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Equestrian helmets have sport-specific differences from those used in other sports.
Wearing a certified equestrian helmet is permitted by some organizations, though not commonly used.
Equestrian helmets are usually encouraged, and sometimes mandated.
An equestrian helmet is a form of protective headgear worn when riding horses.
When jumping, however, tradition gives way to safety and most riders use a modern equestrian helmet, which is often mandatory equipment in competition rules.
Modeled on equestrian helmets, it is strong enough to protect the brain but light enough to wear in Vietnam's tropical climate.
A black or navy hunt cap or derby may be worn, although many riders use an equestrian helmet.
An equestrian helmet has a hard shell on the outside of an impact-resistant resin or plastic, sometimes covered with cloth for a more attractive look.
Most riders now wear some form of equestrian helmet or other protective headgear, such as a cricket helmet with a face guard.
But maybe the Red Sox should wear a replica of his United States Olympic equestrian helmet.
After her accident, however, Josey became a strong advocate of equestrian helmet use and endorses Troxel riding helmets and safety gear.
Product Approved Specification (PAS) 015 is one British safety standard for equestrian helmets.
An equestrian helmet is required for nearly all sanctioned rides, including the AERC and FEI.
For example, AETA strongly supports the involvement of their members in support of increased awareness of the use of equestrian helmets.
The rider is usually required to wear an ASTM/SEI-approved equestrian helmet with safety harness fastened.
Lower-level riders may use a derby, hunting cap, or ASTM/SEI-approved Equestrian helmet.
It is a performance standard written by a volunteer committee of producers (persons who represent manufacturing companies) and users of equestrian helmets, and published by ASTM International.
The Snell Memorial Foundation, best known for its safety testing standards for motorcycle helmets, also publishes a safety testing standard for Equestrian helmets, E2001.
An approved ASTM/SEI equestrian helmet with a harness is always required, however, and is a practical necessity to protect the rider's head in the event of a fall.
For equestrian helmets, these other tests may include dropping the helmet onto an anvil with a sharp edge, to simulate impact with the edge of a jump standard or a horse hoof.
However, a protective equestrian helmet with harness is required, and riders always wear a short hunt coat, except when weather is unreasonably warm, when, at the discretion of the technical delegate, jackets may be considered optional.
With his long hair twisted on his head to form a springy padding under his padded-linen hood, and his helm placed on top, he had head protection not dissimilar to a modern bicycle or equestrian helmet.
The rider is required to wear a protective vest, as well as an ASTM/SEI/BS approved equestrian helmet, properly fastened at all times when jumping (and may be eliminated if this is not done).
The equestrian helmet covers more of a person's head than does a bicycle helmet, fitting lower on the head, particularly at the back of the skull, and has protection distributed evenly around the head rather than concentrated in the front and top.
Conformity assessment organizations that certify safety equipment perform some similar tests on all protective helmets (including bicycle, hockey and equestrian helmets), such as dropping them onto a flat anvil from a height of about six feet from several angles and directions.