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Ski and Snowboard Boys ski helmets Bill in CA Approved

June 14th, 2010 Children under 18 skiing and snowboarding in California will be a little safer on the slopes next year by law with Boys ski helmets. A new law approved by the Senate Health Committee will require all children under 18 to wear a Boys ski helmets while skiing or snowboarding. Senator Leland Yee received approval of bill SB 880 which closely models itself after the existing law requiring a helmet to be worn while riding a bicycle. The law applies only to minors skiing and snowboarding in California and would hold the minors parents responsible if they are caught without Boys ski helmets. A fine no more than $25 would be imposed on the parents of the child skiing or snowboarding without using a helmet. I love wearing my Boys ski helmets! Personally I believe this is a step in the right direction, children may see wearing Boys ski helmets as not cool and may feel this encroaches on their style but as an avid snowboarder whom wears a helmet this comes as a relief. I wear a helmet myself and I do so for many reasons, not only to protect against myself being out of control but to protect against other skiers or boarders that may cross my path in or out of control. The growing number of participants in our great sports is making it more populated and more dangerous when you hit the slopes meaning the likelihood of a crash whether it be small or large is greatly increasing. California is going in the right direction passing this bill making it safer on the slopes for every skier and snowboarder and we hope that more states follow. As many may oppose this law we believe there will be many more supporters, where do you fall? We want to hear from you, please comment below.

Properly Measuring Your Head


Steps in the Process

Step 1: What You Need to Measure the Circumference of Your Head for your Boys ski helmets Correctly sizing for Boys ski helmets is a relatively simple process. The first step involves measuring the circumference of your head. The best way to do this is to use a fabric tape measure that can easily wrap around your head. Obtaining this measurement will not only ensure that you are not wasting your money, but also ensure that Boys ski helmets will provide maximum safety for the user. If you do not have a fabric measuring tape there are additional ways to measure head circumference. Another way is to use a piece of string and then measure the length that you have determined with a standard measuring tape. Once you have determined how you will measure your head you can then determine your head circumference.

Step 2: Measuring Head Circumference Using the fabric tape measure (or other measuring device), wrap the tape around the users head to measure the circumference. Place the tape just above the eyebrows, making sure that any hair that may be coming down over the forehead is out of the way. Make sure the tape is tight and take the measurement from the point of overlap. This measurement is the circumference of the head and will help you determine the Boys ski helmets size that is necessary.

Step 3: Determining the Boys ski helmets Size Based on Circumference The circumference measurement will now be used to determine the Boys ski helmets size that is needed. Sizing measurements will vary from one brand to the next, which is why the head circumferences is very important. Most Boys ski helmets manufacturers will list their sizing in centimeters (cm). Others will simply use the standard Small, Medium, Large indication. This complicates matters because the Small, Medium, Large indicator does not always offer the circumference measurement for proper fitting. Further complicating this process for you is that a Small in one brand may not be sized the same by another brand. To help clear up the confusion on Boys ski helmets, take the circumference measurement and match it up to the appropriate brands sizing chart listed. Whether you have measured in centimeters (cm) or inches (in), you can determine the size that is necessary. You will also be able to determine if you need a Small, Medium, Large, etc. for that Boys ski helmets respective brand. If you are looking for specifics on Boys ski helmets use the search bar. We hope you learned something with this article not only being informal but stressing the importance of kids ski
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