Thousand Chapter Helmet Review
In our Thousand Chapter helmet review we will look at what else makes it a great buy for e-bikers and traditional cyclists alike..
- Includes MIPS layer to mitigate rotational forces in a mishap
- Removable light attaches at back by magnet
- Includes port for locking helmet with bike
- Free accident replacement
- Meets CPSC safety standards
- We would prefer to see some vents at the front of the helmet to aid ventilation on hot days
- The visor is too short to help much in the morning or afternoon
The MIPS liner adds to protection from rotational force in the event of a crash.
It’s overall a pretty comfortable helmet. We wouldn’t be mad at a little more ventilation, but it’s not bad either.
We also like that Thousand offers a number of accessories, including alternate visors, bells, gloves, lights and stylish stickers.
A unique feature is the secret poplock where the branding is located. This makes it easy to lock up your helmet with your bike without fear some opportunist takes off with your helmet. It’s a small feature, but a thoughtful one. Bike thieves are opportunists at heart – you wouldn’t believe the amount of stolen bike seats – so you can bet they’d take a nice shiny helmet if it’s just hanging out on the handlebars. But that’s not so easy when you can thread your bike lock around your helmet too!
In a world full of helmets that look like the wearer just exited a rocket ship, we love that the Thousand Chapter looks like a cap, but comes with all the safety features of the most expensive helmets out there.
If you’re interested in getting the Thousand Chapter helmet you can get it straight from Thousand’s website at the button above.
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