There’s two ways to set up your helmet and googles. Watch SnowboardProCamp’s Kevin Piece teach Sunglass Rob how to ditch the old school and wear his gear like he was born to shred.
While neither way is wrong, Kevin’s setup offers extra advantages that Rob’s doesn’t. Kevin’s goggles and strap are inside the helmet which can be better for getting that perfect seal around the face. This seal is what keeps the elements out for better fog prevention and ultimately better visibility.
Okay, so maybe the dad way isn’t wrong, but Kevin’s setup is better. His hood will keep his goggles dry even with outside precipitation. And bonus, Kevin’s goggles don’t sit on his helmet when he tilts them up, so anything that might be on his helmet never touches the inner foam lining of his goggles.
If you’re sold on configuring your helmet and goggles like a pro, here’s the step-by-step for Kevin’s setup:
1. Put on your beanie nice and snug
2. Fit goggles over beanie (beanie acts as part of the seal)
3. (If you have a hood like Kevin, now is the time to put it on)
4. Put on your helmet
5. Do a check for any gaps
If the fit is comfortable then it’s time to hit the slopes!
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