i have a hat like this http://ripperd2.dhs.org/images/snowmobile/crooked%20lake/meintherv.JPG that I have in my pocket, that I wear when I take off my helmet. I also have pretty short hair, so it doesn't even look bad messed up so.....
I take off my helmet and throw on a hat. Always keep a baseball hat in the trunk of the sled or inside your coat. I can't stand the helmet staying on. Tiny bit clostrophobic and when I am riding it doesn't bother me since I am focused on the ride or other thoughts but at a stop i find it hard to breath and very uncomfortable.
Call me wacked or worse, but when I go out riding with my buddies and I know we are stopping to the local watering holes, I make sure everything looks fine. Sled waxed and armor all'd, helmet waxed, outfit clean, cool shirt and hat. I have several hats from 3 different Polaris models to my Ward Burton Cat Racing hat. You never know what 'snow bunnies' you are going to run into! You know what I mean?
By the way, where the hell is the snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
<BLOCKQUOTE id=quote><font size=1 face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica" id=quote>quote:<hr height=1 noshade id=quote>Originally posted by MegaMan:
So for you guys that wear the baseball cap, where is the best place to keep it?? Does yours crush in your jacket, or does is get filled with snow and dirt in the back seat lid like mine...?
I keep mine in my windsheild bag.Doesn't crush it and it won't get covered in snow.They also make bags now, specifically for hats,that go over the middle of your handle bars.
We dont stop on the trail very often. When we do though, I don't wear anything, even if it's cold. I'm usually sweating anyways, so I take my coat off and head thing off to cool down for a minute because we usually only sit a minute or two then go again. But when we go into a gas station or bar or some other place for a long period, I throw on my hat.
I may be young, but I ain't dumb!!! (I might seem like it, but I'm not. Anyways I don't think so.) The Sled I Ride
2002 MX Z 800 X Yellow/Black
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