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This is a great product!
on July 22, 2013
There is no mystery here. Says what it does and does what it says.
It was clear to me that it would make my helmet a warmer wear. It does but it's an acceptable downside.
It is supposed to reduce wind and noise and it does so noticeably well which is the first reason I had considered buying it.
It appears to be made for a lasting life. Without abuse, this thing could work for many years. If the stitching fails, it would be worth it to repair it or just buy another, which I wouldn't hesitate to do again.
It also reduces the drag from wind on my helmet which reduces neck strain and over time/distance/speed riding, this little item really pays off the longer you enjoy using it.
And it comes off easy. With a simple amount of patient work clutching your helmet with your knees you can put it back on in about 30 seconds and spend maybe another minute or two getting it just right.
The only other mention I want to add about the actual space for your head concern I read somewhere, is that the yoke is neoprene which only stretches so much before you're probably going to be flat out uncomfortable going on and off more than once a day. If you are trying to use headphones or some kind of beanie headwear stuff before you add the helmet to your head, with this jammer on your helmet you better figure out slow and easy does it or you'll fight with it. But that's only a situation, not a failure of the device. Unless they can make a Velcro-type adjustable collar closure, you , me, and everyone else is stuck forcing our heads through what can feel a bit like cramming your head into a pickle jar with no lube. You get the idea.