Some Moto-9 units are not Snell certified (Moto 9 Carbon Flex)
Some model FG-17 units are not Snell certified
Model i10 in size XXXL is not Snell certified
Model i70 is not Snell certified (don’t mistake for model i10)
AXXIS brand helmets mention Snell in their advertising and on their websites but their models are NOT Snell certified.
Charles Owen, Inc. has posted safety notice for owners of certain of its equestrian helmets. Snell commends the company for identifying and responding to this matter.
There are reports that some NHK branded helmets falsely claim Snell certification. At this time, there are no NHK branded helmets in any of the Snell programs. There are also reports that a Snell M2010 certification label was found in an NHK branded helmet. We have examined images of this label and confirmed that it is a counterfeit. Snell's attorney is looking into this matter to determine further action.
We will be grateful for any information concerning fraudulent claims of Snell certification either on a helmet, or its packaging, or in its promotion. We will also be grateful for any reports of questionable Snell certification labels. Send us a description or, even better, a photograph of the label and its serial number. We will get back to you with our evaluation.
Simpson Helmets has posted an important notice for owners of the SA2015 certified model Voyager II for sizes XS-L with manufacturing dates in 2016 only. We commend Simpson for their handling of this matter.