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03-11-2009, 01:00 PM
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Originally Posted by SyracuseBulldogs View Post
If your helmet is fit correctly the helmet should not move when you get hit and your chin should not be fitting snug on the chin cup.
Why wouldn't you want it to fit snuggly on the chin cup? That seems backwards. If your chin fits snuggly, instead of the chin cup being hit INTO your chin, it should spread the impact along the cup and lessen the impact on your chin, not too mention keep your helmet on. Think football helmets.

Then again, I'm from Texas and did grow up playing football so I may be wrong, but wearing my helmet with the chin strap and chin cup straps tighter felt much better for me.

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