Triple Eight Sweatsaver Liner Helmet for Skateboarding and Roller Skating, Sizes for Adults and Teens

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Color: Carbon Rubber

Size: Large


  • Classic skate helmet with ABS outer shell and stink-free, moisture-wicking Sweatsaver liner; designed for skateboarding and roller skating. Sweatsaver liner is easily-removable for cleaning; adjustable chin strap
  • Sweatsaver pads fit very snug when they are brand new, and will break in for the optimal fit; expect to wear for a couple of hours before the helmet is completely broken in
  • Available in five sizes: S fits 20.621.3 in (5254 cm), M fits 21.422 in (5456 cm), L fits 22.122.9 in (5658 cm), XL fits 2324 in (5861 cm), XXL fits 24-25 in (6062 cm)
  • This product is NON-CERTIFIED and is NOT intended for use as a bicycle helmet. This product has NOT been tested under CPSC, ASTM, or CE safety standards.


Triple Eight Sweatsaver Liner Helmet is a classic helmet designed for skateboarding and roller skating. The design incorporates an ABS outer shell with a stink-free, moisture-wicking Sweatsaver liner inside. Adjustable chin strap ensures a comfortable fit. Sweatsaver liner is easily-removable for cleaning; wash gently by hand and air dry. The Triple Eight Sweatsaver Helmet is available in five sizes: Small fits 20.6–21.3 in (52–54 cm), Medium fits 21.4–22 in (54–56 cm), Large fits 22.1–22.9 in (56–58 cm), X-Large fits 23–24 in (58–61 cm), XX-Large fits 24-25 in (60–62 cm). To determine proper size, measure with a soft tape measure or string. Plush sweatsaver pads are designed to fit very snug when they are brand new, and will break in for the optimal fit. Expect to wear for a couple of hours before the helmet is completely broken in. Pro Tip: If your measurements are in-between the sizes shown, we strongly recommend sizing up to the larger size. Manufacturer’s 180-day limited warranty. This product is NON-CERTIFIED and is NOT intended for use as a bicycle helmet. This product has NOT been tested under CPSC, ASTM, or CE safety standards.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No

Package Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 10.79 x 8.98 x 8.46 inches; 15.2 Ounces

Item model number ‏ : ‎ SweatsaverOG

Department ‏ : ‎ Mens

Date First Available ‏ : ‎ November 17, 2009

Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Triple Eight

Best Sellers Rank: #6,888 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #8 in Skateboarding Helmets

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Customer Reviews: 4.6 out of 5 stars 6,719 ratings

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • very comfy and very dangerous
Color: All Black Rubber Size: Medium
I bought this helmet because I needed one to skate in and I was impressed with the 4.8/5 star reviews. when it arrived after a quick look I was happy with it and impressed at how comfy and low profile it was, after A little farther examination it is clear to see that this helmet is not safe, there is no crushable foam or "Expanded Polystyrene" which is the stuff that is designed to crush on impact and absorb most high impact shock there are just some thin foam pads and a bendy plastic shell (its bendy enough that you can easily put it on sideways) and clearly states on the inside that this helmet "does not meet any national safety standards" and "Impacts even at very low speeds can result in injury or death". If you read any of the other positive comments, they are based solely on how much their grandchildren wear it and and how comfy it is, nothing concerning the safety even remotely. So if you want a comfy and stylish helmet and don't really care about permanent brain damage, paralysis, and death then this could be the perfect helmet for you but if that's the case whats the point of wearing a helmet in the first place. the only reason I took the time to write this long article is solely because I care, who knows, maybe it will save someone's life someday. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018 by Amazon Customer

  • Not good
Color: Baja Teal Rubber Size: Medium
This helmet does not meet any safety standards for skating or biking. So lame to sell a helmet that isn’t much more than a piece of plastic. Posting a picture that states the warning.
Reviewed in the United States on December 10, 2018 by Andrea Jarvis Andrea Jarvis

  • Don't recommend! Unsafe
Color: Black Rubber w/ Red Size: Medium
Does not meet or exceed U.S. CPSC Bike and ASTM F-1492 Skate safety standards; no EPS, or MIPS. Returned item and purchased a Bern helmet instead. Triple 8 offers U.S. CPSC Bike and ASTM F-1492 Skate safety standards; get that one instead! Not this one if you truly want your skull and brains to be protected! Stay safe! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2020 by chgofirefighter

  • Not CPSC certified (not safe for biking or skating)
Color: All Black Rubber Size: Medium
This is not a safe helmet. It lacks the foam core that prevents brain injuries. The pads are comfortable but the ABS shell alone is not sufficient for most applications. For the price and target demographics, it doesnt make sense not to have the foam (which explains the lack of dual certification... which even Bell brand helmets have). As a skater, you'd almost be safer without a helmet providing the illusion of safety because this helmet provides a false sense of security. It doesn't make any sense how many grandparents bought this for their grandchildren! A Bell helmet cost half as much and will provide more safety. I can't believe how many people left rave reviews and few people actually caught this. On the bright side, the return process was easy and streamlined. It is comfortable but mostly useless. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on April 14, 2020 by Aleah

  • XXL too small for 24” head!
Color: Black Rubber w/ Red Size: XX-Large
I was hoping this helmet would fit. I measured my head and it was 24” exactly. I went a little conservative and bought the XXL, which supposedly goes from 24-25”. I had high hopes that I found the helmet that could actually fit over my big noggin. I shoved it on my head and felt my brain compress - it was way too snug! I can’t imagine anyone with a 25” head fitting into this. I like the design and the sweatsaver liner would have been great, but apparently I would need an XXXL, which doesn’t exist! Off to find another brand. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on September 11, 2019 by ErkNinja

  • Doesnt Meet ANY National Safety Standards? Really?
Color: Black Rubber w/ Red Size: X-Large
Bought this helmet based on the GREAT Amazon reviews, let me be the first to say it fits well, it looks awesome, priced amazingly well and has an awesome feel to it, (wait for it).. I was pretty stoked on this purchase until I gave it a squeeze and noticed how much it flexes which I thought was odd for a helmet with really only one job. I then flipped the lid over and noticed on the inside more warning labels than I have ever seen on any helmet I have ever owned.. (I was raised on back country skiing, Mountain biking, skating and motocross, I have seen a helmet or two, and no that doesn't make me the Helmet expert, I just like my brains to stay on the inside verses scattered all over the sidewalk). Take it for what its worth, the warning that jumped out on me was the following (Pic attached): "Warning: Product Designed for Recreational, Non-Advanced, Skate use only. It is NOT intended for Bicycle use and does not meet ANY National Safety Standards." Seriously? Not one? Not a single National Safety Standard? I'm no expert but shouldn't a Helmet designed to protect your head meet at least one National Safety Standard? Anyway the more you know.. Happy shopping. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on July 24, 2015 by Toasty Bunyons Toasty Bunyons

  • Snug Fit
Color: All Black Rubber Size: X-Large
I was weary after reading some reviews about the sizing. I made sure to measure myself and then my girlfriend measured my head. We measured roughly one inch above my eyebrows and my head was 23.25 inches in "diameter". So, I ordered the X-large and when I first put it on, I have to say it was quite snug. I thought it was too snug at first and it was sitting too low on my head. I was disappointed to see that there were no thinner pads to exchange for the fatter pads inside the helmet, plus the straps around your ears DO NOT adjust like the video shows. After putting it on a few times, it seemed to get less snug and I put the helmet on so that it was about one inch above my eyebrows. When I did this, it felt better and my ears weren't being bent down at the tips. I'm going to keep this helmet, because I feel it will work well and it will "break in" over a few uses. I' still wish they included the thinner pads like the video shows. Pictures hopefully show the "fit", lack of room for ears, and the re's enough room to wear glasses. Sorry about the unshaven face, but I'm still dealing with a sunburn and I don't want to shave just yet. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 1, 2020 by Robert L Veilleux Robert L Veilleux

  • Great helmet but lose the giant logo please
Color: Blue Fade Rubber Size: Medium
I just got my helmet in and I love the fit, comfort, and the vibrant colors of the paint job. My only complaint is that the pictures don't show you that in addition to the very tasteful logo on the front of the helmet, there is a massive logo taking up basically the entire back of the helmet. I had purchased this one because I thought it was much sleeker than the other helmets out there but being a rolling billboard for the brand is pretty uncool. If Tony Hawk is selling your helmets you can probably back off of the obnoxious advertisements on your products. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States on June 22, 2020 by K K

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