WASHINGTON - If you're planning a Rocky Mountain raft ride, the proper helmet will make a big difference. One brand of helmets is being recalled, because it apparently isn't constructed properly.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission reports NRS water sports helmets have rivets holding the chin strap to the helmet which can fail. If they do, the helmet could fall off on a rough course and pose a risk of head injury. NRS has received four reports of the helmets' rivets failing.
The helmets were sold between April and July for about $60.
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