Kids Motocross Helmet, Youth Dirt Bike Helmets
Motocross and dirt biking are two of the most fun and exhilarating sports a kid can take part in growing up, but they can also be extremely dangerous without the right gear. The number one piece of gear for kids (and adults), hands down, is the helmet. A kids’ motocross helmet or dirt bike helmet provides essential safety and protection for the head and neck while riding a motorcycle, ATV or dirt bike, and can considerably decrease the likelihood of a serious head injury occurring.
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Fit is incredibly important when it comes to youth dirt bike helmets or kids’ motocross helmets, because if the kids’ motocross helmet or dirt bike helmet is too big it can slip around and possibly come off in a crash. (Even if it doesn’t fall off, it won’t be providing the best protection possible.) Kids’ dirt bike helmets or motocross helmets should fit snugly, but shouldn’t be uncomfortably tight. Because the helmet will loosen up a bit as the liner compresses with use, a kid’s motocross helmet should be as tight as possible when it is bought.
Youth dirt bike helmets and motocross helmets should sit squarely on the head (not tilted back like a hat), and the cheek pads should touch the cheeks comfortably with no pinching. There should be no gaps between the temples and the brow pads of the kids’ motocross helmet, and on full-face helmets the face shield shouldn’t touch the nose or chin when pressing on the chin piece.
While a kids’ motocross helmet won’t completely guarantee your child protection against head injury, it will decrease the severity of injury and reduce the likelihood of a paralyzing injury that may occur in the event of a big fall while riding.
If you ever have any questions about finding the correct youth motocross helmet or dirt bike helmet sizing or fit, feel free to call us toll-free at 888-613-3393 (for international orders call 805-777-7601), or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.