The top paddling helmets, reviewed and curated by the Trailspace community. Stores' prices and availability are updated daily.
Recent Paddling Helmet Reviews
Shred Ready Super Scrappy Helmet
Nice helmet, wish it was a bit bigger. Nice helmet for the money. The only reason I gave it less than 5 stars is the fact that this helmet runs small for a one-size-fits-all helmet. I pulled all the extra padding out of it and it is still a tight fit. No way I will get a skull cap under it for cold weather. Full review
Shred Ready Shaggy Helmet
A little about me first. I'm 6'0, weigh 248 lbs. and am a rather large guy. I enjoy kayaking, self-contained kayak trips, hiking, camping, self-contained hiking trips, etc. I'm not a pro, by any means, but I'm on a trip at least once a month and have been kayaking steady for 3 to 4 years. I did quite a bit of research when looking for a helmet. I looked for the significance between plastic, carbon fiber, fiberglass, and even Kevlar. I read some blogs from people who have hit their heads and have… Full review
Pro-tec Classic Full Cut Water
I love mine. A helmet must be comfortable to wear, otherwise it is a distraction, like a neck gasket that is too tight. Pro-Tec makes a good helmet, and this one is light weight and not restrictive. After several years with a small, my son needed a medium. I trust the Pro-Tec and bought another in medium. Full review
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