Is nutcase helmets still in business?

Is nutcase helmets still in business?

In February of this year the company hired its first-ever CEO and a few months ago Nutcase made the decision to drop their motorsports helmets to focus exclusively on bicycling helmets. Nutcase helmets are currently sold by a network of 35 sales reps who oversee the brand’s 600 dealers nationwide.

Are nutcase helmets certified?

With funky designs, a great fit system, and dual-certification, the Nutcase Street is a fun and safe helmet for kids and adults on bike or skateboard. While a bit heavier than other helmets, they kill it with style!

Are nutcase helmets hot?

The Nutcase isn’t a great hot weather helmet either, but with more vents it is better than the Bern. Its fit on the head is less adjustable, with only different-sized foam inserts to tailor fit.

How long does a Nutcase helmet last?

3-5 year
While Nutcase helmets kept in good condition can be suitable for use beyond the 3-5 year recommended lifespan, it’s also true that they can degrade over time. This is why Nutcase recommends replacing the helmet within this 3-5 year timespan.

Are nutcase helmets made in USA?

Nutcase helmets are bold, funky, colorful, and a bit nutty. These USA-made skater-style helmets are a piece of art intended for kids and adults, that will protect your head and make you stand out wherever you go.

How do you clean a nutcase helmet?

For best results, clean your Nutcase helmet using a soft cloth or sponge, warm water and mild soap (such as a mild dish soap). Allow the helmet to air dry and then store it in a cool, dry place where it won’t get damaged. Keep your Nutcase helmet out of direct sunlight for long periods of time.

Can nutcase helmets be used for skiing?

Nutcase snow helmets also feature a strap holder in the back for goggles, and our Fidlock magnetic buckle that’s easy to open and close with gloves on. So yes, let it snow, and snow, and snow.

Are nutcase helmets good for skateboarding?

One Helmet That Works for Multiple Sports A lot of ‘skate-style’ bike helmets are only certified for bicycle use. The Nutcase, however, is certified for skateboarding. A skate-style helmet you can use on a skateboard. You can also use it for scootering, roller-skating, and rollerblading.

Are Bern helmets safe?

Here at Bern, we are committed to keeping you safe no matter where your adventures take you. All of our helmets are designed to reduce as much impact as possible to meet and exceed stringent safety standards. However, these standards do not address rotational impacts caused by the most common types of crashes.

Do bicycle helmets work?

This review included five well conducted case‐control studies and found that helmets provide a 63–88% reduction in the risk of head, brain and severe brain injury for all ages of bicyclists. The review authors concluded that bicycle helmets are an effective means of preventing head injury.

Should I replace my motorcycle helmet after a crash?

For starters, most people are aware that you must replace a helmet after any crash where your head hit. The foam part of a helmet is made for one-time use, and after crushing once it is no longer as protective as it was, even if it still looks intact. Cracks in the foam always require replacement of the helmet.

Does Shimano own Lazer?

From Shimano: Shimano Europe (Shimano) is proud to announce that it has signed an agreement for the acquisition of Lazer Sport NV (Lazer), the Belgian helmet company, on 30 June 2016.

What makes the nutcase Little Nutty the best helmet for kids?

With an easy-to-use dial-adjust system, durable build, magnetic Fid-lock buckle, and MIPS safety system, the Nutcase Little Nutty checks all the boxes for functionality and safety. The Nutcase Little Nutty’s removable visor and dual-certification also make it a great helmet for young kids who will be switching from bikes to skateboards.

What kind of helmet should I get for my child?

Little Nutty. Eye-catching designs for safety and style, this is the helmet kids will want to wear. This multi-sport street-styled helmet has Nutcase’s signature no-pinch magnetic buckle and is made of durable ABS, making it ideal for any rough-and-tumble tot.

What size is the nutcase Little Nutty?

Designed for toddler and kids, the Nutcase Little Nutty comes in two sizes: Toddler (48-52 cm), and Youth (52-56 cm). The smaller Nutcase Baby Nutty is for… babies, while the Nutcase Street is made for adults or kids with heads larger than 56 cm.

What is the difference between the nutcase Little Nutty and Giro Scamp?

Additionally, the Nutcase Little Nutty is a tad deeper than the Giro Scamp, which makes it sit lower on the forehead. If your child has a “tall” head, the Little Nutty would be a good option. If you haven’t heard of MIPS yet, let us fill you in. MIPS stands for Multi-Directional Impact Protection System.