My nose & my bucket …

T Visor

Active Hunter
Well, mother nature has given me a really big big nose who hits the installed visor of my M_S bucket. Shame on me, the crimped end of the nose is clearly visible behind the dark green visor. This gives me a involuntarily funny air and people are able to recognize me easily. How do you manage that with you buckets when like me, you have a bigger nose or glasses?

I don't want to go with plastic surgery …
 

Jodo Kast 2749

Active Hunter
MLC buckets are great for glasses. For your M_S bucket, try putting more padding on the forehead part to keep your head pushed all the way back against the keyslots.
 

T Visor

Active Hunter

Jodo_Kast wrote:

MLC buckets are great for glasses. For your M_S bucket, try putting more padding on the forehead part to keep your head pushed all the way back against the keyslots.
Yes, that's it! I have no glasses, but what works for wearer of glasses should work for big noses … I have to put less padding in the back and more on the forehead

Thanks …
 

Geo

Active Hunter
You could also try putting black screen door mesh on the middle vertical part of the visor. (Not the viewable area.) That way no one could see in
 

E2K13

Active Hunter
Yea, I have quite the "Humpty Nose" myself. I was thinking to do the forhead spacer as well. I originally wanted to do the football helmet padding inside and I may do that in the top but I am going to leave as much room as I can towards the rear
 

Mr Fett

Well-Known Hunter
No way, E2K13, leave as much space towards the FRONT as you can, not the back. Otherwise, your breath may fog up the visor if your face is right on top of it. Spacing it with the forehead spacer padding will allow more airflow to hit your face from under the helmet. :)
 

cal196

Well-Known Hunter
I must have a small head I can spin my dp95 bucket around on my head without anything hitting lol.
 

Prymer13

Well-Known Hunter
:lol:

I TRIED SPINNING MY HEAD LAST NIGHT, JUST FOR CURIOUSITIES SAKE...I GOT ALL OF THE WAY PAST THE RIGHT CHEEK AND STOPPED...PRICELESS.

~dARREN
 

BoJangleFett

Active Hunter

Prymer13 wrote:

:lol:

I TRIED SPINNING MY HEAD LAST NIGHT, JUST FOR CURIOUSITIES SAKE...I GOT ALL OF THE WAY PAST THE RIGHT CHEEK AND STOPPED...PRICELESS.

~dARREN
Believe it or not...I could do the same with my Jango RUBIES when I first got it. The helmet moved up and down like a bobble head. My wife laughed because when I walked...the helmet would turn to the side all on its own. Hence...more padding.
 

Mr Fett

Well-Known Hunter

cal196 wrote:

I must have a small head I can spin my dp95 bucket around on my head without anything hitting lol.
Me too. I have a DP '95 and have padding on both sides of my head, back of head, and forehead. Fits snugly now. ;)
 

Geo

Active Hunter
Yea, I hate having a bobblehead for a head! Damn Irish nose too. :)

Well, you know what they say... Big head.... Ummm, big hats.

:)
 

BelaLugosi

Hunter
Glad someone else posted this. I just got my new DP '95 and holy crap, that thing is TINY. It will work, but that German beak of mine is only milimeters from the visor.

Danke'!
 
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