View Full Version : Smith: Holt Skullcandy Audio Helmet (Helmets)
09-22-2008, 10:53 AM
<h3>Holt Skullcandy Audio Helmet (http://www.tetongravity.com/proshop/holtskullcandyaudiohelmet_SMI0494.html)</h3><p><em>Wear the Smith Holt Skullcandy Audio Helmet on the slopes and in the skate park too. This brain bucket's got it all: AirEvac design maximizes helmet and goggle airflow to prevent fogging in the winter, and the convertible ear pad kit adapts for use when you're riding on cement instead of snow. </em></p><p></p><p><img src='http://akamai.backcountrystore.com.edgesuite.net/images/items/medium/SMI/SMI0494/CETHST.jpg' ></p><br />Gear Pro Shop (http://www.tetongravity.com/proshop/holtskullcandyaudiohelmet_SMI0494.html) All Smith Gear (http://www.tetongravity.com/proshop/brand-smith.html)
09-24-2008, 08:53 PM
(my) Cinders wears a Holt helmet & Turbo Phenom goggles.
The only complaint, ironically, is that the goggle strap retention device, on the back, sucks :nonono2:
It's a plastic "arm", attached at one end, that you stick your goggle strap into. But the damn thing pops out as often as not :confused:
I guess it's made for the Troubled Youths, who like to wear their goggles under the helmet...:rolleyes2
10-26-2008, 10:55 PM
I wear a Holt with the Smith Fuse goggles, and have yet to have any problems with the strap sliding out of the retention arm. My goggles have popped off the helmet a few times while I've had them resting on the brim in sloppy night skiing conditions, but thankfully they've always been there dangling off the back.
Don't have the Skullcandy audio kit, but hoping to pick one up for this season.
12-23-2010, 01:14 PM
Not that it means much coming from my jong ass, but I also wear The Holt with a pair of I/O's. In my 20 days with this setup (I am a Gaper) I've never had any problems with the strap, or my goggles sliding back. Plus I like the look of the Holt better than the other smith models.
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