Samshield Helmets. Yes or No?

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    03-13-2011, 02:12 PM
Samshield Helmets. Yes or No?

Hi There,

I have been looking around for a new helmet for the hunter/equitation ring. I have an Antares helmet which is amazing, but it is shiny and a little bit sparkly so it's not something that would be my first choice for the judged arenas. I have been looking at the Samshield helmets and I really love the look of them! I have tried one on and they are very comfortable. Now that I need a helmet for the upcoming season I need a helmet. My head gets hot when ride so I need the ventilation. I was wondering if anyone has had experiences with this helmet. Any advice or comments would be helpful.
I have attached a link of what I would like mine to look like. The link is from Dover Saddlery's website and the helmet's options in that picture are Black Shell, Black lizard skin middle, and black matte trim/logo. Those are the options I would like to purchase and I was wondering if this is fine for hunter/equitation.
Thanks so much.
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    03-13-2011, 02:47 PM
Well for that price, I would think that it would have a good cooling/ventilation system.
In my opinion, that's realllly expensive for a helmet, but I say go for it if you like it alot and have the money! :)

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