It’s no secret that we’re all big fans of youth motorcycle helmets.
While the idea is well-documented, they’re not always cheap and not always practical.
But the new YMCA’s helmet can be yours for less than a hundred bucks.
It’s called the Smith helmet and it’s the first to feature the visor that’s going to be the focus of this review.
The Smith is made of plastic and comes in two versions.
It’s a “full-face helmet” that will be available for $79.99.
The other version, the “light-weight” helmet, will be $49.99, and is designed for people who’re looking for a more affordable alternative.
The Smith is a great choice if you’re looking to take your bike to the water or to a day camp.
But if you want a more serious look, it’s worth looking into a different helmet.
If you’ve been following our coverage of the YMBA’s latest purchase, you’ll know that we’ve been using their full-face helmets for many years.
And although we have some issues with their visor (read about that in our review of the Smith), they’re a great helmet.
But Smith has an interesting helmet design.
It features a visor over the top of the helmet, rather than a standard visor.
The visor has an integrated metal clip, and a clip is attached to the back of the visors head to keep it in place when the helmet is removed.
The clip is not attached to a base of the head, but instead to the side of the top edge of the face, making it look like you’re wearing a full-faced helmet.
The headband on the Smith also has an adjustable visor to adjust the visour visor visor style, and the visoured visor on the helmet itself is designed to look like a full face.
The overall design of the helmets visor is quite unique, though.
It resembles a “mask” on top of a helmet, but underneath it is a thin layer of visor material.
The front of the mask is designed as a protective layer to protect the eye and ear, while the back is designed primarily to block out the light.
The face mask also features a clip that attaches to the helmet’s base to hold the visours head in place.
The visors visor also comes with a removable clip.
When the helmet comes off, it slides open, revealing a mesh mask.
There are two pieces of mesh that are attached to each other, making this a very flexible visor and mask.
The mesh has a material called polycarbonate, which is more flexible than plastic.
It also acts as a shock absorber when it comes in contact with a hard surface.
The mask also comes in a variety of colours and patterns.
We were also able to try the Smith visor for ourselves, and it was quite comfortable.
It had a nice feel to it, although it wasn’t as comfortable as a real full face visor would be.
It felt like it was a bit of a compromise on comfort, since the mask had a slightly different look to the visores face.
However, the Smith is not cheap, and Smith says the price tag for a full visor helmet is around $800.
That’s still pretty cheap for a visour helmet, and compared to the price of a full headgear that you might buy for less money.
But given the design and the fact that it is designed with a full, full face, I think it’s a great alternative to the real deal.
If it’s not too expensive, it may be the perfect choice for people looking for an affordable alternative to a full helmet.
The other cool part of the hood is the reflective liner, which can be a bit pricey.
Smith says that the price is around 30 bucks per liner, and that’s not including the visoring.
The hood also has a reflective layer that helps to keep the visored visor from reflecting light.
There’s also a mesh strip that covers the sides of the neck and back of both the visore and mask, and then a metal strap that holds the mask in place while it’s on.
The whole hood is made from a metal mesh that is also designed to deflect UV rays.
It helps to reflect light off of the front and back visors.
There is a mesh on the inside of the metal strip to protect you from being exposed to the sun and rain while riding, and there is also a metal strip that holds in place the visorable visor when the hood isn’t on.
It looks pretty good.
There was a lot of overlap in the helmet visor with the mask.
It was a little hard to make out the visos on the front, but it was pretty obvious on the back.
The metal strips on the side were just a bit too small to be