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Wearing a helmet isn’t a bad idea when four-wheeling, especially if you’re a rock buggy driving maniac. The Impact Air Draft OS20 helmet may be overkill for rec wheeling, but it’s great for noggin’ protecting. Impact offers a line of open-faced helmets as well with various prices and features. The OS20 has a large eye port for visibility, various cheek pads for comfort, a tight-fitting shield seal for reduced dust ingress, and four air channels for optimal cooling when attached to a blower. The Necksgen head and neck support attaches to the helmet, and then your shoulder harnesses run over the hard carbon fiber composite brace. This reduces neck strain (or worse) in a speed crash but still allows full range of motion for visibility.