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Gopro Chin Mount for Smith Mainline MTB Helmets

Gopro Chin Mount for Smith Mainline MTB Helmets

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Gopro Chin Mount for Smith Mainline MTB Helmets.

  • Easy to install
  • Extremely Secure
  • Lightweight (11g) 
  • Minimalist streamlined design
  • Removable

Our chin mounts are 3D printed in high-strength PETG filament, and all feature a minimalist yet durable design. The mount attatches with two zipties, and preinstalled 3M VHB adhesive for an extra secure attachement.

Not a fan of adhering 3M VHB onto your helmet? No problem! The zipties are more than strong enough to attach the mount, and the VHB dampens vibration and improves the fit even with the adhesive backing left on.

Includes:

  • Chin Mount for Smith Mainline
  • Alcohol cleaning wipe
  • 2 zipties

Installation (Skip steps 1-3 if not using VHB) :

  1.  Clean your helmet with the included alcohol wipe.
  2.  Remove adhesive backing, and apply heat to the adhesive with a hairdryer or similar device.
  3.  Press mount onto helmet, and apply pressure for 10-15 seconds. Allow 24hrs for the adhesive to completely cure.
  4. Fasten the zipties until snug, and trim the excess with flushcutters, nailclippers, or a sharp knife.
  5. Go shred!


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Carl

Awesome product and super strong. Crashed a few times with it and it’s still perfect. I thought it actually clipped onto the helmet but it’s held with zap straps. Not a big deal, it doesn’t move and is a great angle for GoPro footage. Got the vertical battery cover mount to attach to this as well and the cover is super hard to remove. It may loosen up over time but it almost takes a tool to open the battery cover. Not great for trailside battery changes but works good otherwise.

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Joe Bauer
Works great and best angle!

The chin mount is easy to install and use on my Smith helmet. You have to test the GoPro angle to get it right, but once you get it... I think it's the best POV angle out there!

I don't have these videos up on my YouTube yet, but you can see videos shot with this mount on my Instagram at https://instagram.com/allaroundjoe. Checkout the Reels.