The Freestone Helmet by Fly Racing was sculpted as a true all mountain/ trail lid. Through its progressive ConeHead Technology, the Freestone features a revolutionary EPS foam system that acts as a crumple zone around the head to absorb and dissipate impact forces more efficiently than conventional hard foam liners. Two separate foams with two different densities work seamlessly together to create a resilient inter-foam bond strength with optimal recovery from impact.
With 19 ventilation ports, the Freestone helmet excels at keeping air flowing throughout, while the built-in mesh comfort liner serves as a bug screen to prevent ride-ending insect bites and stings. The one handed fit adjustment makes it quick and easy to dial in the perfect fit on the fly. The Freestone helmet's 6 piece shell construction and simple, yet aggressive, aesthetics look just as good tearing up the weekend enduro as they do caressing the local loop during the week.
Recommended use: Mountain Bike, All mountain, Trail, MTB Endurance/Marathon
ConeHead Technology for superior impact absorption
317.5 grams for a Med/Large helmet
Deep rear EPS profile offers extensive coverage
Ventilated comfort liner with built in bug screen
Adjustable moto inspired visor
One hand dial fit adjustment, dial fit on the fly
Quick adjust chin/cheek strap
Available in 5 color ways and three sizes
Cushy EVA impact foam on sides and back for comfort and protection
6 piece shell construction for a unique style and bold look
Safety compliance: EN1078-1997 +A1-2005 standards
Helmet Size Chart
XS - S
M - L
XL - XXL
Head Diameter (in)
20 - 21.75
21.75 - 23.25
23.25 - 25.25
Head Diameter (cm)
52 - 55
55 - 59
60 - 63
To determine helmet size: Measure around head one inch above eyebrows and across the largest portion on the back of the head and use this cross reference chart.
Didn't buy this helmet off of Jenson, got it from a local shop, but just figured I'd say how surprisingly durable and protective it is. Took a good digger yesterday when I landed and my front tire washed out sending me straight to my head. No headache or anything today, and just scratches on the helmet.
I've worn this helmet on 5 rides now, some with balaclava underneath, some w/o. Adjustable size fits both ways. Adjustment knob is large and easy to use even with full finger winter gloves. Helmet stays in place. Adjustable visor is nice, but a little difficult to get at the dial that tightens it into place.
I finally got to use my new Fly Racing helmet last night. Fit is excellent with the dial tensioning system. Comfort is excellent as well. The bug screen at the front 1/3 of the helmet serves multiple purposes. In addition to keeping pesky insects out, it also successfully keeps most of the sweat out of my eyes and acts as a hammock for my forehead. Much better than older helmets creating pressure points. I would definitely recommend this helmet.
This Fly helmet replaced a 10 year old Giro. The color is vivid - I got the orange. The fit is excellent and I love the two densities of foam. Being able to adjust the dial with one hand is new to me and I love that feature. It can get nice and snug and with the light weight I really don't notice it when riding compared to my old helmet.
Good looking, well fitting helmet. Great ventilation and I like the vent netting. Single dial knob easy to work with even with full finger gloves. Same with the visor and it works just the way I like it to. I like my Visor setting so that I can push it up or pull it down and it stays where I put it. See if it holds up over time. Originally tried the M/L based on head measurements. Ran small for me. Easy swap out and Jenson was impressively fast.
I originally was looking for a new helmet to wear while on the trails. My road helmet didnt quite have enough coverage. My head is 55cm and the M/L fits well with enough room to accommodate headwear in the winter. The helmet looks good and feels like a quality piece for what you pay. The only issue and reason for only 4 stars is the retention system. My road helmet isn't a high end lid, but its ratchet system feels more substantial. I havent had an issue with the Freestone's ratchet system, but it just doesnt inspire much confidence as i tighten it down.
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