All in all, these are both fantastic class I-IV helmets. They are top of the line in safety for their coverage and made by renowned companies. Choosing between them comes down to your style and head shape. A rounder head should go with the Zeta and a narrow head should go with the Strutter. Don’t forget to let your style make the decision for you because it’s really all about looking good on the river.
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WRSI Trident Review / Interview 1.) What features does the Trident have that make it a superior helmet? The Trident features a 3 Layer Interior which helps disperse the blows before they reach the heads. The Trident has the Interconnect Retention System which holds the helmet in place under hydraulic forces. 2.) Why get a… View Article
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The 2012 Sweet Protection Strutter is a unique whitewater helmet, packed to the brim with technology and style.
The Sweet Protection Strutter and Shambala Product Reviews Sweet Protection has a reputation of delivering the finest sporting equipment in the world to their consumers. The company was founded in 2000, and and began building ski and snowboard helmets, that gained the attention of the worlds top snow sports athletes such as Terje Håkonsen. Ever… View Article
CKS Squad Review: Tom Janney Reviews The Shred Ready Full Face Helmet One of the main questions that many up and coming creekers have is, do I need a full face helmet? A helmet is the most important piece of safety gear that any of us own. There are many great helmets out there, but… View Article
Sweet Rocker Full Cut Helmet Review Sweet’s game is pretty tight. They make some of the best sporting equipment in the world, sponsor the best athletes in the world, and have a very unique style that has been often imitated. As far as snow and water sport helmets go, Sweet makes the best ones on… View Article
Predator Six Full Face Helmet A little while ago, Tim Kelton emailed us a review that he had written about The Sweet Rocker. His reasons for wanting the helmet were as clear as day.Click here to see why Tim got a $400 full face protection helmet. Casey, a staff member here at CKS had a… View Article