KAV Hockey Helmet User Manual
Welcome to the KAV H1 User Manual. This manual will be your guide to all of your helmet needs.
Our hockey helmets are certified to exceed ASTM performance specification for hockey helmets. Altering the helmet in any way may change that.
Please replace your helmet if there are any signs of breaking, cracking, or damage, whether from playing hockey or zombie attacks. Go to KAVSports.com or contact email@example.com
How do I clean my helmet?
You can clean your helmet with most household cleaners. An all purpose cleaner works great, as well as soap and warm water. In a pinch, wiping down with a clorox wipe will do just fine, too.
My helmet is too tight/too loose in the front and/or back
If your helmet feels a little too loose, an adjustment can be made to the neckroll. You’ll see 6 side arm holes on the side of your helmet, near the front of the ear cups. These holes allow you to move the sidearms of the neckroll to be more loose or more snug. All you need to do is pull the sidearm from the default hole and push it back in the desired hole.
The chin cup is too far from my chin
If you feel the chin cup is too far away from your chin, you can move it closer. If you pull out the entire chin cup strap from the chin cup, there are 3 ridges. The ridge farthest from the strap itself will be the setting that makes the chin cup closest to your chin. The middle will move it farther from your chin. Once the chin cup strap is flush to the chin cup, it will be back in the default position, as far as possible from your chin.
The chin cup isn't moving low enough
The default position is the way it came in the box. The raised letter is in a “V” and the thick side of the chin cup is the top. If you flip the entire piece upside down, so that the raised letter is an “A” and the thin side is the top, this will slightly lower the chin cup position.
The chin cup isn't moving high enough
The default position is the way it came in the box. The raised letter is in a “V” and the thick side of the chin cup is the top. In the highest possible position, the raised letter will be and “A” and the thick side will be the top.