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Subject: Mesh helmet cover?
Spring has sprung here in the SF Bay Area, and so has the bug population including bees, wasps and yellow jackets. Last year I got a few of the stinging ones trapped in my helmet vents, resulting in sudden stops and rapid helmet removal. Luckily I never got stung, but I fear that luck will eventually run out. I've searched the web for mesh covers I could put over the helmet to keep the critters out, but can only find ones designed for Lazer helmets. I must be doing the search wrong as this has got to be a common issue that screams for such a product. Can anyone point me in the right direction?
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