Monday, April 30, 2007 11.00pm
Cratoni has really pulled out the style stops this year, with slick-looking lids throughout the price range. The Tremor uses long sculpted oval vents which stripe back across the scalp, with more rounded exhaust ports at the rear.
The internal apertures of the ports are relatively small though, and there's not much internal channelling, which leaves it feeling poorly ventilated rather than super breezy when you're riding. Holes in the already slim visor also reduce the amount of air it forces into your nut, as well as leaving potentially distracting glare spots in your upper field of vision.
The relatively small pad area means a comfortable low sweat fit though, and the dial-based fitting cradle keeps the lid well locked to your melon. Small/medium or medium/ large sizes should give a close fit on most skulls, too. Hardshell coverage around the rear underside should prolong scuff life and it's also impressively light.
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