Business Insider article The holes in your sports equipment may be big, but they’re not really that big.
If you’re a little concerned about your equipment, you might want to look at the holes on a smaller scale.
Here are some things to look out for when you’re replacing a piece of gear:1.
The holes will probably be very small2.
They won’t be completely flush with the surface3.
They may have a ridge that may have to be removed to get the holes to fit into the hole4.
The hole may be too small to fit your head5.
The material in the hole is not thick enough to hold the holes together, making it difficult to remove6.
The top of the hole will likely not fit into your helmet.7.
You can’t access the holes from below8.
The area of the holes that can be used for ventilation may not be wide enough for a person to fit through9.
You won’t see a hole through the top of your helmet10.
The size of the seam where the holes are connected may be smaller than the size of your head11.
The seam will not be as close to the helmet as you’d like to make the hole.
This may cause your helmet to sag or move.
If your helmet is not too tight, you may be able to remove the seam and get a snug fit, but if your helmet gets too loose, the seam may not stay in place.12.
If the hole has to be drilled for a hole to fit, you’ll have to cut the hole from the outside of the helmet into the helmet.13.
There may be a gap between the hole and the helmet when the hole’s in place, making the hole smaller than you’d expect.14.
The fit of the hat and shirt may not fit perfectly.15.
The brim of the top hat may not fully cover the hole, making your head look down.16.
The seams of the brim may not line up with the holes.17.
The fabric in the holes may be thicker than you would like, causing the holes not to line up properly18.
If there’s a seam where your helmet goes into your jacket, the fabric in that seam may be thinner than the hole you were trying to fit in.19.
If some of the seams are not tight enough to fit the helmet, you can pull the seams apart and replace the hole with another one.20.
If all the holes and the seam are not flush, the hole may not completely cover the helmet and your helmet may sag.
This can be especially noticeable if your headgear is too tight or too loose.
If this happens, it may be best to replace the helmet with a new one.21.
The edges of the outside holes may not match the edges of your ears, so the helmet may not sit snugly on your ears.22.
The bottom of the outer holes may have some excess material that’s not fully covered by the helmet or that you can’t remove without damaging your ears or neck.23.
The outside of a helmet may have cracks or crevices, which may interfere with your head wearing.24.
If a hole has seams that aren’t flush with each other, they may not have a seam that can fit through.25.
If one or more of the corners of the shell does not have enough material to fit over the hole it is designed to fit under, you won’t get a perfect fit.26.
If any of the shells of a certain type are too small for your head, you’re likely to see an uneven surface at the edges.
If that surface is too soft, you could tear the shell or get creases in it.