Join Date: Oct 2008
Location: Salt Lake City, UT
Rep Power: 1
I understand that hours and hours of testing and analysis go into the production of each helmet, but consider that many helmets only have 2 "shell" sizes. This means that the EPS sizes within those shells vary in thickness. Couldn't you argue that each EPS will react differently based on the size of the helmet then? I can understand why it would be wisest to just say, "Never mess with your helmet." But there was a time when doctors said, "Never touch the heart". Now we do open-heart surgery. These are different subjects, I know, but I'm just wondering if a small shave wouldn't really mess with anything.
Maybe I'll shave some off and go wreck. I'll let you know how it goes...
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