However, the cycling helmet industries were not prepared for this, resulting the small number of ponytail friendly helmets. Few people would choose to tie their hair in pigtails or a low ponytail that sticks out at the back of their neck. Therefore, ponytail friendly helmets were invented. Here are a few ponytail compatible helmets.
1. Specialized Andorra Mountain Biking Helmet
This helmet has a ” hairport ” which allows the user to fit their ponytail inside. It is also aerodynamic, allowing it to kill two birds with one stone.
2. Giro Air Attack Shield
This helmet is good for time trial races and triathlons. The shape of the helmet makes it very aerodynamic, reducing the air resistance created when you ride. It even has a magnetic attachment to protect your eyes. You can find this helmet at giro.com.
3. Kask Protone
This Kask Protone Ladies Cycling Helmet has an incredibly aerodynamic and top performing shell. This helmet can be found at kask.com.
4. Lazer Grace Helmet
The Lazer Grace Helmet has a Rollsys fit system, with a six-piece in-mold construction that saves a lot of weight. Its 19 vents will also help you keep cool. Purchase this helmet at kylesbike.com.
5. Bell Women’s Citi Bike Helmet
This helmet was originally designed for women, including a ponytail compatible fit system. This helmet has 13 vents and a removable cloth visor. Buy this helmet at amazon.com.
6. MET Strale
The MET Strale will keep your head cool due to its good ventilation and the Venturi effect, bringing all the warm air out of the helmet. It has soft padding, vertical adjustment and 360 degree adjustment to fit your head comfortably. It is also aerodynamic and very compatible with ponytails.
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