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Wearing a Hat Under Your Helmet: What You Need to Know

Jul 09, 2024

Why Hats Aren’t Recommended and How Our Tech Ensures Helmet Safety

Curious about wearing a hat under your helmet?


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Safety always comes first, and we always say it’s better to be safe than sorry. While it might seem cozy or stylish to wear a hat under your helmet, it’s generally not recommended. Putting a hat under your helmet can mess with the fit and reduce how well it protects your head. It might not sit right or stay secure.


To keep safe, it’s best to wear your helmet directly on your head without a hat underneath. If you need extra warmth, consider using a thin skull cap or a helmet liner made for wearing with helmets. Keeping a proper fit ensures your helmet can give you the best protection.


At The Helmet Doctors, we use advanced laser scanning tech to find helmet defects and issues 100,000 times better than what the naked eye can see. That means we’re leading the pack in laser tech for helmet safety. Our precision in spotting defects is up to 100,000 times better than what others can do (that’s 10 times better than our competitors!). This lets us catch invisible problems that might weaken your helmet’s ability to protect you.


Protect yourself smartly – have your helmet laser scanned at The Helmet Doctors for top-notch safety without compromising fit.


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