Fox Speedframe Pro Helmet

David Golay Reviews the Fox Speedframe Pro for Blister

Fox’s Speedframe Pro is a high-end, broad-coverage Trail / Enduro helmet with a 5-star safety rating from Virginia Tech. And given its solid coverage, it’s also been very impressive in terms of ventilation for hot rides. Check out our full review for more, including several comparisons to its competition.

Giro Source MIPS & Giro Manifest Spherical

David Golay reviews the Giro Source and Manifest Spherical for Blister

It’s not hard to spend several hundred dollars on a mountain bike helmet, but should you? And what do you give up, in opting for a less-expensive option? We’ve been doing some head-to-head testing of Giro’s moderately-priced Source and high-end Manifest Spherical helmets to find out, and you can now read our full review to see how they compare.

Smith Mainline Helmet

David Golay reviews the Smith Mainline helmet for Blister

For folks who want full-face protection on the down without the full-face sweatiness on the up, the Smith Mainline should be high on your list. Check out our review of this lighter, more breathable alternative to traditional full-face helmets.

Winter Headwear Roundup

Blister's Winter Headwear Roundup

Keeping your face, neck, and head warm and comfortable during the colder months of the years can be tricky, but we’ve rounded up a bunch of our favorite options from neck gaiters to headbands to balaclavas and hoods. Check out our roundup to see what sets each one apart from the others.

Unit 1 Helmet System

Luke Koppa reviews the Unit 1 Helmet & Headphone system for Blister

The Unit 1 Helmet System both protects your head and lets you listen to & control your favorite tunes via its integrated headphones. We’ve been using it this season and have come away quite impressed — check out our full review.

Sweet Protection Ascender Helmet

Luke Koppa reviews the Sweet Protection Ascender Helmet for Blister

“Dual-Certified” helmets — designed to protect you both while climbing and skiing / snowboarding — are a growing product category. And for 19/20, Sweet Protection is presenting their own version. Check out our full review for more on their new Ascender Helmet.

Petzl Meteor Helmet

Sam Shaheen reviews the 2019 Petzl Meteor Helmet for Blister

The Meteor has served as Petzl’s lightweight climbing helmet for more than 20 years. This year, they made their most significant update yet — making it dual-certified for both climbing and ski touring. Check out our full review of this versatile helmet.

Petzl Boreo Helmet

Sam Shaheen reviews the Petzl Boreo helmet for Blister

Climbing helmet standards have typically been focused on protecting against impacts from above (e.g. rockfall). But Petzl’s new Boreo helmet is also tested against the front, side, and rear impacts that are common in actual falls. The idea certainly makes sense, but how well is that idea executed here? Check out our review.

Black Diamond Vector Helmet

Kristin Van Der Kloot reviews the Black Diamond Vector Helmet for Blister

Once upon a time, climbing helmets were pretty much all the same. Not anymore. There are ultralight helmets on one end, and durable but heavy options on the other. The Black Diamond Vector falls in between, making it a versatile option. Check out our full review, with comparisons to several helmets from Black Diamond, Petzl, and Mammut.

Leatt DBX 3.0 Enduro Helmet

Xan Marshland reviews the Leatt DBX 3.0 Enduro helmet for Blister

With a removable chin bar, the Leatt DBX 3.0 Enduro helmet gives riders the option of a half-shell helmet on the way up, and then full-face coverage on the way down. We’ve been very impressed by its versatility, and you can check out our full review here.

Giro Combyn Helmet

Luke Koppa reviews the Giro Combyn Helmet for Blister

The Giro Combyn is a comfortable, low-profile helmet that’s designed to withstand the daily abuses of skiing / snowboarding, and so far, we’ve been impressed by its performance. Check out our review.