The all-new shell sizes mean that for the first time, a Cookie full-face helmet can have an interchangeable liner (or just take it out and wash it) on top of looking great with a new one size fits all visor!
Oh, and you might want to check out that all new Blue Tint or Orange Tint visor!
To see a preview of the helmet colour, use the drop-down options, select the size you want and then the colour - check em out!
Takes less force to open the visor.
The visor integrated into the helmet forms extra rigidity compared to G3 and allows the mechanism
to do less work.
Extra redundancy in terms of screws (G3 could lose 1 screw and release)
Yes, little or no maintenance. Stainless steel spring and screws.
Due to the new design, we do not envisage that the mechanism will require maintenance, lasting the
life of the helmet.
The G4 has a narrower entrance that the G3, this is to ensure the neck curtain closes around your neck making it extremely quiet.
To remove. Have the visor Open. Open the Buckle beneath your chin. Open the rear of the neck curtain with your fingers. Roll the front of the helmet up over your mouth and nose.
It is best if you get the helmet in the front above your eyebrows. Now you are going to roll the visor.
To remove, open the curtain roll the helmet forward beneath your chin. Use the Jeremy move to take the helmet off. (See Video Below)
We have had people with 63cm head try on the XXL size and they were able to get it to fit.
XS‐XXL 53cm – 62cm over three shells
Are there specific visors for the Shell sizes?
No, one visor fits all the helmet sizes
How much does the helmet weigh compared to the G3?
XS,SM‐ 950gr M,L‐1000gr L,XL‐1050 gr +/‐ 50gr
About +100 grams more than the G3, a little less than the weight of a Go Pro
The standard can be found here;
Testing for Shock Absorption where the helmet is condition prior to testing for Hot +50 degC, Cold ‐‐‐
‐20 degC and Artificial ageing(Under Xenon Light for 48 hrs).
The helmet is dropped from a height of roughly 1.6m with an artificial head inside that has G Force measuring sensors.
The Speed for Impact onto a flat anvil must be 5.47m/s and the G Force imparted onto the Head cannot be >250G.
Testing for Snag Hazard so a Parachute Line cannot get caught between any part of the helmet, Open force of the Buckle, Retention system, Roll off. Field of View and Coverage.