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      11-11-2011, 09:01 AM   #1
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Anyone use the Hazardous Sports Headcase?

I'm looking for a nice padded helmet case and this looks pretty good but I can't find any reviews. If you have used or seen this in person please let me know what you think about it.

http://store.hazardous-store.com/casegoods.html

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Helmet bag Pro Tip: It doesn't matter how nice your helmet case is if you leave your helmet on top of the car and hit the brakes too hard on the way back from the tech shed. Your helmet will still get scratched when it flies across the paddock.
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Helmet bag Pro Tip: It doesn't matter how nice your helmet case is if you leave your helmet on top of the car and hit the brakes too hard on the way back from the tech shed. Your helmet will still get scratched when it flies across the paddock.
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Helmet bag Pro Tip: It doesn't matter how nice your helmet case is if you leave your helmet on top of the car and hit the brakes too hard on the way back from the tech shed. Your helmet will still get scratched when it flies across the paddock.
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I'm mostly concerned about while it's in my backseat headed to the track or in if someone bumps it off of a low table or chair at the track.
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Update if anyone is interested: This is a very well made case and it does a great job of protecting my expensive helmet. I've been using it for about 2 months now with zero complaints.
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