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#2034691 - 10/14/09 03:36 PM
Best Anti-Fog Helmet
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In your opinion, What is the best anti-fog snowmobile helmet and why?


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#2034757 - 10/14/09 05:09 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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i wear an open face with anti fog goggles that works the best for me.


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#2037453 - 10/18/09 10:34 AM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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Just ordered a Polaris AF-1.5 snowmobile helmet. Does any one have this helmet and how does it work? Thanks

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#2040738 - 10/21/09 09:58 AM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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The ski-doo modular is by far the best. I believe it is in the way the mask captures and exhausts your air out the helmet.
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#2040959 - 10/21/09 12:26 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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Just ordered a new HJC HSO-classifieds-15 Cyclone Snowmobile helmet for the wife. Does any one have experience with this helmet? Any negative or positive comments on helmet? Thanks

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#2042263 - 10/22/09 12:32 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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I have 4 different helmets of all diff. styles and I always seem to go back to my open face with the flip up face shield. If I could find one at almost any price that I KNEW didn't fog and was comfortable (I am a little claustrophobic) I would buy it in a minute.
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#2044327 - 10/24/09 04:40 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: fishorgolf]
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HJC HSO-classifieds-15 and here's why....the vents are in the perfect spot (can open and close at will also). I've sledded when it's been plus 30 and also minus 30 and the thing HAS NOT fogged up. My father-in-law (who used to sell sleds and parts) said that the HSO-classifieds-15 is the first helmet he's ever gotten that doesn't fog up (beside electric shield). I'm a heavy breather and sweater and it's been GREAT for me. It's fairly cheap too. $125 I think or if you look around you can find a good deal. Check them out...they are really, really good.
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#2044330 - 10/24/09 04:41 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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HJC C L 1 5 is what you want.
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#2044483 - 10/24/09 08:18 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Goosepride]
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Originally Posted By: Goosepride
HJC C L 1 5 is what you want.


I just ordered one online, 2 minutes after reading this post. If I have any dissatisfaction whatsoever, I will hold you personally responsible. wink
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#2045799 - 10/26/09 07:33 AM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: kdawg]
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I have a HJC HSO-classifieds Max and I was very impressed at how good it is at staying fog free. I bought a electric shield to put on but it works so good I have not put it on.

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#2048715 - 10/28/09 03:37 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Jim Almquist]
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so this hjc is as good as the sho doo ones ??
hjc...$125
shi doo 3-400$ i think ??
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#2050411 - 10/29/09 10:12 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: gregg52]
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the best investment I made was buying a electric shield. these work great, especially when its real cold, you also get a little heat on your face. cool
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#2083700 - 12/03/09 01:59 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: knoppers]
FLaker Offline
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Loc: Forest Lake, MN
Ski-doo modular. I ride polaris, but have the doo helmet. I tried others, but all pale in comparison.

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#2083816 - 12/03/09 03:11 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: FLaker]
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I have had excellent results from using a lens cleaner/anti fogging product called Cat [PoorWordUsage].
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#2083956 - 12/03/09 04:48 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: MNTwinsFan]
Moe Szyslak Offline
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I bought a cheap ($40 new) Ski Doo open face and a nice set of goggles and havent fogged up yet. All temp ranges, no probs.
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#2085239 - 12/04/09 01:24 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: Tinkhamtown]
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Registered: 06/04/08
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I ride cat but have the Ski doo on my head.
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#2090549 - 12/08/09 11:04 AM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: knoppers]
tcwin Offline
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Loc: Twin Cities, Minnesota
Originally Posted By: knoppers
the best investment I made was buying a electric shield. these work great, especially when its real cold, you also get a little heat on your face. cool


I concur with heated shield -- $90.00 for my helmet and I never have a problem. Have been out at -20 and shield stayed crystal clear.
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#2094178 - 12/09/09 11:39 PM
Re: Best Anti-Fog Helmet [Re: tcwin]
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I have an HJC HSO-classifieds-14. I had it as a motorcycle helmet and used to ride sleds with the shield cracked open (til 70mph) then it would "self close". I got fed up and bought a snowmobile shield for it and added the fighter jet mask and its SWEET. It has never fogged since and I wouln't pay more for a snowmobile helmet.

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