How to choose the right airsoft helmet?
Make sure that the fit is right for your head; the helmet should not slip over your eyes when you run, but it should also not be too tight as you might wear a warm hat under the helmet in the cold months.
The usual safety configuration for airsoft helmets consists of a helmet and ballistic glasses. Should you wish to increase the level of protection, you may also consider adding side shields to cover the ears and a face mask.
When choosing the right helmet for you, don't forget that, in addition to being an essential piece of tactical equipment that ensures safety and protection from accidental injury, it provides more storage space to add tactical accessories. In fact, there are an infinite number of accessories that can be mounted on the helmet, some useful, others just for aesthetics. Let's take a look at the ones we think are the most important:
- Helmet headsets greatly enhance communication, do not underestimate their importance;
- Visors protect the eyes from the sun and wind;
- Mounting kits can be used to connect accessories such as cameras and lights to the airsoft helmet.
Why is it important to have one or more helmet covers?
Helmet covers are essential for camouflage. Instead of changing your helmet because it is not the right colour for the field or the season, you can simply apply a helmet cover to improve camouflage. White helmet covers for snow, green camu covers for the woods, camu tan covers in the desert, and so on.