No matter how you shred the trails, you want to create amazing videos that make viewers feel like they’re along for the ride! At Extreme Sports WannaBes, we understand exactly how you feel because we started out just like you. After years of bad angles and shoddy mounts, we developed our own. Check out our chin mounts for the Arai VX-PRO 4 helmets!
- Great vocal reception
- Protected from branches and other scrapes
- Snug fit, no drift.
- Reverse screw direction allows easy access to later model GoPro battery doors WITHOUT removing the camera.
- Tilt indicator gives you consistent camera angles each ride.
- Embedded nut you can’t drop in the mud (even while wearing gloves).
- Reversible camera position. Mount up or down for widest range of angles.
The chin mount for Arai VX-PRO 4 helmets is a great choice for anyone who wants the best possible video angle.
- Helmet Specific Mounts
- Designed by Riders & YouTubers
- Super Strong 3D Printed Design
- 20+ Lbs. Static Weight Capacity
- Precise Fit for Arai VX-Pro 4 helmets
This type of action camera mount is popular among top vloggers and Instagram content creators. Join the league of extraordinary riders, watch our Video FAQ on YouTube.
We designed this chin mount to be as rugged as the trails you ride without making you feel like you have a lead weight on your chin. The feather-light mount attaches with 3M tape and doesn’t require any sketchy helmet modifications. With a snug fit and protection from branches, our durable mounts offer better protection for your camera without compromising vocal reception. Get the ideal depth perception and viewing angle every time! With a unique tilt indicator, you can eliminate awkward side views, strained angle mounting locations, and flattened obstacles.
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Whether you’re a paid pro or somebody who rides because they’re passionate about the sport, you deserve a top-quality helmet mount that delivers pristine video results. Have questions about this product? Reach out to us now!
In some European markets, this helmet is branded as the Arai MX-V.