Charles Owen Pro II Plus Jockey Skull PAS015: Silver: 55Cm – 1

The groundbreaking Charles Owen Pro II Plus Jockey Skull is the only
triple-standard, precision-fitting cross-country skull cap with a
removable liner. Featuring a sized liner that allows for the closest,
most customised fit yet, the Pro II Plus includes front and rear
ventilation slots for superior cooling and a GRpx® technology harness
for unsurpassed stability. With a liner that can be replaced when it has
been broken down by wear cross-country, riders can easily refresh the
life of their helmet.

Available sizes:
00 1/2 – 6 or 52 – 65cm
Round
Fit available: 1 1/2 – 3 or 56 – 59cm

PLEASE NOTE: We DO NOT accept any
returns on riding hats for your safety. All riding hats we sell are
brand new and never been used before. We highly recommend being fitted
for a riding hat at a qualified retailer like ourselves. By purchasing a
riding hat from us online you agree to these conditions.

Riding Hats Size Chart

Measure head circumference at widest point, one inch above the eye. We
highly recommend you have your riding hat professionally fitted by a
fully trained person. We must point out due to health and safety reasons
we do not accept riding hats back. We do this so you know every hat we
send out is brand new and has never been tried on by anyone else.

Circumference Hat Sizes Skull Sizes
51cm 6 1/4 00
52cm 6 3/8 00 1/2
53cm 6 1/2 0
54cm 6 5/8 0 1/2
55cm 6 3/4 1
56cm 6 7/8 1 1/2
57cm 7 2
58cm 7 1/8 2 1/2
59cm 7 1/4 3
60cm 7 3/8 3 1/2
61cm 7 1/2 4
62cm 7 5/8 4 1/2
63cm 7 3/4 5

Charles Owen Riding Hat User Guide

PLEASE READ THESE FITTING INSTRUCTIONS VERY CAREFULLY FOR
MAXIMUM EFFICIENCY OF THIS HELMET.

  1. Make sure that the helmet is the correct size with a firm but
    comfortable fit. (WARNING) For children, never select a helmet that is
    too large on the basis that they will grow into it.
  2. Adjust the fit of the harness whilst wearing the helmet. Insert the
    buckle on the end of the chin strap into the clip on the harness. To
    tighten the chin-strap, pull the slack downwards through the buckle
    and then adjust the rear straps, until the helmet is firmly positioned
    on the head. If fitted with a draw lace, then adjust the lace at the
    back and knot securely until the helmet is firmly positioned on the
    head. To undo the chin strap, squeeze the two prongs on the buckle
    clip in towards each other to trigger the release mechanism.
  3. To fasten helmets with a metal hook and bar buckle, clip the free end
    over the hook. Slacken and tighten by means of the metal bar buckle,
    and position the ‘O’ ring up to the buckle. Press stud the leather
    above the hook if fitted. Adjust the lace at the back and knot
    securely. If the leather harness is fitted with an enclosed magnet
    tab, position the end clip over the hook. The magnet will clasp the
    hook and tab together.
  4. The helmet should not rock forwards or backwards excessively.

For adequate protection ensure that it is the correct size and fits
snugly. Helmets can move more on your head when riding. In order to
ensure that the helmet remains in position during riding, adjust the
retention system to ensure that the movement of the helmet on the head
is minimal, both for front-to-rear and side-to-side movement This helmet
maybe partially destroyed or damaged by a severe blow, even though such
damage may not be readily apparent. The helmet may, after receiving an
impact, be damaged to the point that it is no longer adequate to protect
the head against further impacts. Any helmet subjected to a severe
impact should be replaced by a new one, as a subsequent impact may not
give the wearer such adequate protection. No headgear can protect the
wearer against all foreseeable impacts and under certain conditions
riding accidents can lead to death, serious injury and long term
disability. Helmets are not designed to protect the head in the event of
crushing by a horse.

The materials used in this product do not cause skin disorders or are
hazardous for the user health. If you experience any reaction during the
use of this helmet then you should stop using it.

Storage, Use, Cleaning, Maintenance, Servicing and
Disinfection
Helmets should be stored at ambient
temperature out of direct sunlight.  This helmet is designed to absorb
some of the energy of a blow by partial destruction of the shell or
protective padding material or both.  This damage may not be visible and
therefore any helmet which suffers an impact should be discarded and
replaced by a new one.  This helmet should not be dry cleaned or exposed
to solvents.

When to replace the helmet
Modern helmets do
not deteriorate in a bag on the shelf.  The helmet has a stored amount
of protection which is used up when the head hits the ground; the damage
will not be obvious in the majority of blows. A helmet should always be
replaced if the rider has lost consciousness or suffered a severe
headache after the blow. All other blows may have reduced the protection
which may be required in the next fall. Remember the damage to the
helmet is caused by the primary impact site and any contact with the
horse. If a helmet has had no blows, then other factors should be
considered: fit of the helmet, condition of the helmet, and out-of-date
designs.

Care Instructions
A helmet is designed to be
weaker than your head.  Do not do things to the helmet that you would
not do to your head. Do not subject the helmet to temperatures above
50oC or below -20 oC. Do not store the helmet in direct sunlight.
Cleaning of the interior should be done using Charles Owen helmet
cleaning products, foamed detergents or shampoo and water followed by
vacuum drying the lining. It is important to use the minimum amount of
water as helmets are difficult to dry and easily become mouldy. With any
cleaning agent, it is important to try a small section to establish any
allergic reaction. After riding, leave the helmet in a warm dry place
overnight.  Do not dry in front of a fire or a
radiator.
  Do not store it in a plastic bag before it is
dry.  This will reduce the risk of rusting the metal components. Mud on
velvet is best left to dry and then brushed off.  The pile of the fabric
can be revived by holding the hat in steam from a boiling kettle
(excluding Ayr8® Classic).

Suitable accessories and spare parts
Accessories
not approved by Charles Owen COMFG Ltd may affect the functionality and
the performance of the helmet.

Limit of use of PPE
This helmet is designed
to be used whilst riding horses or ponies.

EU declaration of conformity can be accessed here www.charlesowen.com/ppe

Obsolescence deadline
See “When to replace
the helmet.” Under normal usage, a helmet will last between three and
five years.  If you use the product more frequently, then the helmet may
need replacing more often.

Type of packaging suitable for transport
The
packaging should avoid the helmet being crushed and becoming wet.

Significant markings
The kitemark signifies
that this helmet has been manufactured under the control of BSI (0086)
MK5 8PP, UK.

The SEI logo signifies that this helmet has been manufactured under the
control of the Safety Equipment Institute (USA).

This helmet has been manufactured by Charles Owen COMFG Ltd, Royal
Works, Croesfoel Industrial Park, Wrexham, LL14 4BJ, UK

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