Why you should always wear a helmet
The importance of having your kid wear a helmet when riding a kick scooter, skateboard, balance bikes or roller skates cannot be underscored.
I had my first child about two years before we lived next door to our parents.
When I started working to help my kids get out from under the influence, and get out of the house more safely, I was doing just that, with my kids.
I started working with a group of young women and boys on an urban cycling team, which quickly turned into a bike safety group for adults.
I became a volunteer bike mechanic because my kids wanted me to help them fix their bikes.
I began to see the world in a new way. After my eldest started going to school, we decided we'd like to keep that part of our lives for our kids.
We worked hard at our skills and got better at fixing bikes more often.
We never let our own safety come into question either, even as we'd struggle to find a helmet that fit well enough. But I found my perfect helmet at Kids ATV Sale.
My experience with the first ones was a little different from most, as they came with a little pocket on the strap underneath that was just for this. It was a little annoying, but I didn't realize the size of the pocket until a bit later and then it wasn't a big deal when I realized it had to be pulled up. I was actually able to test them out with a small group of people when I first went to the store, and even though the fit was kind of weird, it was also very comfortable to wear.
Now that I own some that fit well, and I know better when I start doing the research on what to expect, I do feel a bit better about the fit. I can say, now, that I will most likely never get rid of those, and we are in one big shop at the moment who will be selling them if you need them. (We have three of them now.) One of the problems with them that we discovered was that the material wasn't a very good fit – the leather was just an overstuffed.
The fit is a bit awkward for me. But it is not uncomfortable, just a bit awkward for the length I have chosen. The only real issue is that the straps are a bit large for the headband. If you go with a regular strap design on your harnesses, you will have to deal with the fact that your harness cannot fit as comfortably.
It's worth noting that I have owned this bra for about three months. Since my last review it has been worn two times. The second time is a special occasion. I had been wearing it to work the day before the birthday gift exchange for my co-worker. I was surprised to find that I wanted to continue using it to work the day after the gift exchange. I wear it on weekends for hiking out to the parking lot at work. I usually use 4x1 for the front and 2x1 on the back. It was wearing well during the first few days.