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Old 10-20-2007, 09:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Does anyone have a BV2 helmet??? If so, did you have to go a size up from what you normally wear?? I want to buy one for my husband for Christmas this year (hoping he will buy ME one for Christmas lol). He wears a medium now and I have heard that I should buy up 1 size....Any help on this would be great !!! Thanks.
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Does anyone have a BV2 helmet??? If so, did you have to go a size up from what you normally wear?? I want to buy one for my husband for Christmas this year (hoping he will buy ME one for Christmas lol). He wears a medium now and I have heard that I should buy up 1 size....Any help on this would be great !!! Thanks. [/b]
Its generally aways a good idea to buy one size larger...they should not fit real tight...leave a little room for thin baclava or face mask for cold days, and the fit should be comfortably snug...but naturally its a good idea to try em on.
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i actually have a thread around somewhere about helmets specifically the bv2s, do a search for which helmet or something along those lines i was thinking of buying one this year
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LINKY... just realised your new probably dont know how to use search... welcome

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Old 10-20-2007, 05:31 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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Does anyone have a BV2 helmet??? If so, did you have to go a size up from what you normally wear?? I want to buy one for my husband for Christmas this year (hoping he will buy ME one for Christmas lol). He wears a medium now and I have heard that I should buy up 1 size....Any help on this would be great !!! Thanks. [/b]
i would say no i bought one 2 years age both were THE SAME SIZE XLARGE .JUST TALK TO THE DEALER AND MAKE SURE YOU CAN BRING IT BACK IF IT DOSE NOT FIT
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Maybe a BRP gift card for the value of the helmet?
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I ended up going slightly smaller than my Ski Doo Modular helmet- which was a XXXL. My BV2S is an XXL. I have a fat head....
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What about the new Modular 2 ? NICE.
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nope, they fit normal........

use this sizing chart, I did and the helmet was perfect http://www.ski-doo.com/SKIDOOPUBLIC/_Stati...sizingchart.pdf

Make sure the helmet says "BRP" not "Bombardier" on the side.....the BRP ones are the new ones with the updates, many dealer are still selling the old ones
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Its generally aways a good idea to buy one size larger...they should not fit real tight...leave a little room for thin baclava or face mask for cold days, and the fit should be comfortably snug...but naturally its a good idea to try em on.[/b]

and NO, you can only use a BV2S balaclava............and these helmet a freeken HOT
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