I've had helmets from Giro, Bell, Kask, Catlike, and Lazer, and they'd always end up pushing my sunglasses down and had to constantly be repositioned. The Smith Overtake is the first helmet I've owned that didn't have this problem. It's very comfortable and I like the way it looks. Ventilation may be a bit slightly lacking compared to some of the more open high-end helmets, but I've worn it in 100 degree heat without a problem.
Great fit, looks and bee in your bonnet protection. Reasonably light. But here is the thing, none of that matters if it doesn't work. I crashed at 27mph on gravel. High sided it over the bars and hit my head hard. The helmet did it's job in spades ... the Koroyd collapsed and the helmet broke and displaced in the rear almost 2. I had zero concussion symptoms. Ordered another one without blinking an eye.
Light and comfortable. Very adjustable fit - accommodates winter cap. Seems sturdy and stable. Use it for road riding and feel safer because of the high visibility orange color. The one negative so far is that because of the koroyd inner shell I haven't found a good way to attach my safe zone mirror.
My 1st road helmet, all ways used MTB helmets before this. I like the fit, weight& looks of it. After my friend crashed and got a concussion, with a standard helmet, I got the Smith mips& glad I did. Seems to cut through the air, don't ever want to crash, but if I do this helmet will be on my head.
I have had many road helmets over the years and I will say this is the best helmet to date. It is very aero and has a lot of ventilation for those hot steamy summer days. The fit is great and the forward view is unobstructed like many of Smiths rival competition. The mesh screen should be on all helmets, it keeps the bugsbees out yet does not obstruct airflow. Smith has hit a home run with this helmet!