Bell Bella FS Helmet

DESCRIPTION

This one is for the ladies. Independent, stylish and fit. In addition to Fusion In-mold construction, the Bella FS features our improved Twin Action fit system, easy-to-adjust Cam-Lock levers, 17 vents, and a snap-in visor. Go on goddess, give it a try.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 08, 2004]
Kirsten
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
Strength:

Price, lots of colors available, 17 vents

Weakness:

universal fit. not a whole lot of ventilation.

i have a small head and this helmet looked huge on me. it fit, but the universal fit system isnt comfortable. I do wish that Bell had sizing like Giro (Small, Med, Large). I opted for the Havoc as well, even though it costs $50-70. My old helmet was a Bell Aquila. and it had the same flaws as the Bella...universal sizing. it's a decent helmet...if you have an average head.

Similar Products Used:

Bell Aquila; Giro Havoc

[Aug 27, 2004]
Gertie
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

The helmet is light, 9.5 oz. It comes in a few different colors.

Weakness:

Although it was designed for women with universal sizing it hurt the top of my head. I think it has to do with the way the interior plastic frame lies against the inside of the helmet. My head is a bit square-shaped. I think the helmet is intended for rounder heads. I opted for the Giro Havoc (small) and it fit snug and comfortable.

I'm giving the helmet one chili... it probably will suit a greater majority of women riders and for that reason it probably deserves a higher rating, but until more women rate this product... More tests should have been done before claiming the helmet as "women-specific" and "universal fit".

Similar Products Used:

Schwinn Typhoon, Giro Havoc

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