JSZ EPS Outdoor Mtb Bike Bicycle Helmet with 18 Vents
Best Use: Cycling, Mountain Cycling, Road Cycling
Weight (g): 265g
Color: as pictures
Pass the impact test and pulling test
Lightweight and comfortable for wearing
High air permeability performance
Provides best protection during cycling and other sport activities
Complies with the U.S. CPSC Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets for personS age 3 and older.
Complies with CE.
PARENTS: A HELMET IS NOT A TOY. DO NOT ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO USE WHILE CLIMBING OR OTHER PLAY ACTIVITIES WHERE A RISK OF STRANGULATION BY THE CHINSTRAPS IS A POSSIBILITY.
IN ORDER TO PROTECT YOU PROPERLY, YOUR HELMET MUST FIT CORRECTLY AND BE WORN CORRECTLY.
IN ORDER TO ACHIEVE A PROPER FITTING HELMET, DO NOT U5E THIS PRODUCT UNTIL YOU HAVE READTHIS MANUAL COMPLETELY AND CAREFULLY, AND UNDERSTAND THE LIMITATlONS OF THE PRODUCT.
NEVER DO THE FOLLOWING:
Store your helmet in a hot or damp place
Wear a helmet that has been damaged
Let someone else wear your helmet
Ride on a motor vehicle while wearing this helmet
Borrow and wear someone else's helmet
Wear your helmet with your forehead exposed
Wear your helmet with the buckle unfastened
Clean your helmet with chemical deaners
Do stupid things or take unnecessary risks just because you are wearing a helmet
ALWAYS DO THE FOLLOWING:
Fasten the buckle and tighten the chinstrap so that it fits snug, but not too tight or too loose
Check the adjustments on the straps ands pads every time you wear your helmet
Wear a helmet that is designed for the activity you are doing
Wear the helmet so that it covers your forehead properly
Inspect your helmet often for signs of wear. damage, and improper adjustment
Replace your helmet if it shows signs of damage or wear
Store your helmet in a cool and dry place
Wear a helmet whenever your ride
When cleaning your helmet. use mild soap and water
Ride safely and use your common sense to stay within your limitations of skil and ability
In order to attain maximum protection and comfort, the helmet must be the right size, and must be put on correctly. Please consider the following guidelines for a proper flt of the helmet.
Put on the helmet so that it sits straight on your head and covers your forehead. With the edge of the helmet approximately 5/8" (15 cm) above your eyebrows. The helmet should fit comfortably, so that it holds onto your head as you move it forward and backward as well as side-to-side.
The comfort pads inside the helmet should exert firm. even, comfortable pressure against your head.The helmet fits well if the pads are in contact with all sides of your head around the interior of the helmet. A helmet that fits well also fits comfortably, Without being too tight.
Your helmet may come with two sizes of comfort pads. Adjust the size with these comfort pads if the helmet does not fit after having adjusted the pads. choose another size. Once the pads are adjusted to the proper fit, grab the helmet and twist it. if the helmet fits
correctly, the skin on your forehead should move with the helmet.
Avoid wearing the helmet so that it sits low on the back of your head/neck and exposes your forehead. Wear the helmet low enough in front to protect your forehead. but make sure your vision is not blocked.
Adjust the strap so that it fits snug under the chin. When the strap is adjusted properly and buckled. it should hold the helmet firmly in place.The strap forms a 'Y' under the ears. and must be closed under the jaw and on the side of the neck. Make sure the strap is back against the throat, and NOT placed on the point of the chin. If you open your mouth and feel a slight pressure from the chinstrap, the helmet fits well. Any slack in the strap must be pulled through the chin buckle. The loose ends of the strap must pass through the rubber 'O' ring on the strap.
in order to adjust the position of the straps. hold one end of the chin buckle in one hand and slide the adjuster up or down the strap. as necessary to create a balanced and even "Y' shape under the ears Check to ensure that the chinstrap is secure each time you put on your helmet .The chinstrap must be properly adjusted in order for the Helmet to work. The strap is what keeps the helmet on your head.
Try to remove the helmet while the strap is closed Grab the helmet with both hands. and try to remove it by rolling the helmet forward and backward. if the helmet moves excessively on your head, re-adjust It. it should not be possible to remove the helmet
without opening the chinstrap .if you can roll the helmet off in front or back. or roll it so that it blocks your vision or exposes your forehead. it does not fit correctly.
If it is not possible to adjust the helmet pads and strap so that it fits properly, do not buy this helmet.Try another style or another brand of helmet. Please buy a helmet that fits and that protects you properly.
CARE AND CLEANING:
Only use a soft towel. soap. and warm water to clean your helmet.You can remove and clean the comfort pads by hand, and re-insert them after they have been air-dried.The use of solvents and solvent based paints or similar solvent-based materials can damage your helmet. We recommend not changing anything about the helmet after you have purchased it.The addition of stickers and painting the surface is not recommended.The helmet can also be damaged if exposed to extreme changes in hot or cold temperatures. Store your helmet in a cool.dry place.
Your helmet was designed and manufactured very carefully. it went through numerous quality controls during the manufacturing process.The helmet passed all inspections and fulfills the requirements for CE and CPS safety standard certification.
No helmet can protect against injury in all types of accidents.Helmets reduce or prevent injuries, but even low-impact accidents can result in serious injury or death. Cycling. BMX. skateboarding, snowboarding, and similar activities are inherently dangerous.While no helmet can guarantee your safety, the use of a helmet, taking lessons, riding responsibly and within your skill level and abilities. and using common sense, can all reduce the risk of serious head injuries. Keep in mind - wearing a helmet does not make you free from injury.
Do not make any attachments to this helmet other than those supplied by the manufacturer.This helmet is designed to absorb shock by partial destruction of the shell.This damage may or rnay not be visible to the user. lf this helmet is involved in a severe impact or blow to the head or helmet, it is absolutely necessary to destroy and replace the helmet.