Specialized Sub Zero Helmets

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $89.00

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Specialized Sub Zero

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by ajcoles a Racer from Madison, WI

Date Reviewed: April 26, 2002

Strengths:    Very comfortable, good cooling, strong enough, & looked cool. It was easy to adjust.

Weaknesses:    couldn't find any

Bottom Line:   
I loved this helmet. It was lightweight & had good ventelation. I am pretty sure that it prevented me from having brain damage on two occassions. The last one (2 days ago @ the time of this message) caused it to buckle so I sadly have to replace it.

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Price Paid:    $20.00

Purchased At:   A Swap Meet

Similar Products Used:   An old Rhode Gear helmet

Bike Setup:   My road bike is a Fuji Team Mercury (1999?) Campy Voloce brifters, Derailers, & brakes. Former Crono

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Capo's 3D Sub Zero base layer is AWESOME

In the past, I limited my cold weather riding to 38 and above simply because I couldn't stay warm enough and lost the enjoyment of riding. Now, not to slam any gear maker, or some who may love their preferred brands, but what a difference a good quality kit makes. It can be costly, but I personally ... Read More »

Im offically crazy... nnc sub-zero report.

So tonight was my friends birthday, and a bunch of people went to a bar to celebrate. The place everyone was going was only about a mile and a half from my apartment, but since the CTA sucks, and I dont have a car, nnc was my only option. Normally on nights like this, with below zero temps, I would ... Read More »

Riding carbon in sub zero weather?

Just got back from a chilling ride and while I was heading downhill a nasty thought popped into my head. [I]What if my carbon fork gets brittle in the cold... and snaps!? [/I] I live in southern Canada with temperatures often getting into the minuses. [B]Question:[/B] Is carbon able to handle the c ... Read More »

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