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post #1 of 3 Old 01-08-2013, 10:02 AM Thread Starter
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Hunstman 951P?

Fixed shade model. Anyone using one? I don't like my current helmet due to the fact that it doesn't have a lock so it either falls down on its own or doesn't flip all the way down with a nod of the head, so looking for something different.

Was gonna order a 951P with a gold filter plate. Just looking to get some feedback, even though its not super expensive.


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post #2 of 3 Old 01-09-2013, 11:59 AM
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Search the net for a the best deal on a Jackson Halo-X hood with the Jackson 370 headgear for it......

The Hood only weighs 6 ounces,and its the full view large common lense,and headgear is THEE BEST i've ever used,every adjustment you think of ,in and out from the face,up and down...and it has a "lock" when in the up position so it never falls down on your face when you don't want it too,and a big knob to tighten the band makes it easy to adjust when wearing thick gloves...i've been using one with the NexGen lense in it for about 4 years and it's my favorite to this day to use..

The ONLY downside is the 370 headgear seems to tear in some weak points after alot of use,but how comfortable it is and how it works is well worth it to me to spend around 15.00 every year or longer on new headgear,depending on if it's been sitting in a gang box getting banged around or not..

I have that same Huntsman hood hanging in my shop that was givin to me as a replacement from a company i was working and my old Jackson Shadow got damaged...it's just "OK",just seem too small for my comfort and the head gear sucks...

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Thank you. Any other passive helmet recommendations? I don't really need something super lightweight, just something of good quality with good headgear. I don't mind buying different headgear. If the halo is the best, I'll go for it.

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