I think that’s a really good point about round helmets and fewer vents. Helmets with fins and lumps and stuff are more likely to snag and torque your neck when you hit the dirt. I have snagged vents on low branches and that is not fun. I have to say that one of the most comfortable helmets I have had was an Urge with only a few vents and no head clamp deal. The rear straps crossed behind the head and the inner foam kept the helmet in place. I tested it the hard way once too. I needed a ventless helmet for medical reasons (efeudex) and once that was done I didn’t wear that helmet much as it was pretty warm.
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