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07-10-2008, 09:55 PM
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Visor Question

Hey all, I just bought a new HLC iTech visor and I attached it to my helmet and all but it comes down past my nose. I dunno, aren't they supposed to rest above your nose? This is my first visor and I guess I just want to know if I put it on right. Well, I know I put it on right but is there something maybe wrong with the size of my helmet?

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I think that particular visor does come past the nose, depends on the person.
My Itech HS22 is curved at the nose area otherwise it would come past my nose.

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Are the plastic clasps that attach at the top of the visor facing down or up? The clasps should be going down with the top of the visor above them.

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Are the plastic clasps that attach at the top of the visor facing down or up? The clasps should be going down with the top of the visor above them.
Down. But thanks guys, just wondering. Will I have fog trouble since it's so close to my mouth?

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You may get some moisture on the bottom of the visor, but I don't think it will affect the area that you look through.

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Depends, if you sweat and like overheat like steam alot it'll fog depending how close it is to you.
From breathing, you shouldn't get fog, maybe a little bit but once you start skating around it'll go away.

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now be sure not to get it tinted because it'll magically turn you into an a$%@hole that eats babies like twinkies!

as for the rest of your equipment you'll need to talk to the equipment gestapo on hfboards... you wouldn't want to wear something that'd make them want to cry now would you? Just be sure and follow their advice to THE LETTER! jock type...socks (and don't get those rbk ones ...you'll look like a wanna be) oh and be sure and skate/play REALLY REALLY AWFULLY.... that way you'll ensure the self esteems of a few on here will remain intact


cheerio!

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