A synthesis of innovating safety and comfort features incorporated into a contemporary design. The lightweight and aerodynamic Lexan® polycarbonate shell features a built-in spoiler for improved stability, improved airflow and a quieter ride. An ultra large, optically correct face shield offers wide field of vision and tall eye-port plus UV400 protection and a Pinlock® anti-fog inserts. The internal scratch and fog resistant VPS sunshield deploys and retracts instantly by an easy access button on the lower side of the helmet.
The pivoting flip-up design uses a secure stainless steel latches opened with a single hand by pinching the release tabs under chinbar. The fully removable and washable interior padding is anti-fungal, anti-microbial, designed to accommodate glasses and provides an intermediate oval fit. Reflective panels on the chin curtain and removable neck roll improve visibility for nighttime safety. The comfortable chinstrap uses the fast Microlock quick release clasps. Exceeds D.O.T. Standards. Read sizing instructions before ordering, and let us know if you have questions. Black, Silver, White, Yellow. Intermediate oval fit. S–XL. 3.86 lbs.Helmet Fit Guide
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A Simple Guide to Modular Helmets
We sell four modulars; good, better(two versions) and best. Top to bottom they are from Korea, Italy, and Japan. You can’t go wrong functionally with any of these. Some models fit different head shapes (round, wide, long-oval, etc.) better than others, and you’ll find specific information about this in the detailed product descriptions for each helmet. General fitting instructions and some useful tips are found in our Helmet Fit Guide. – Mr. Subjective.
Lightweight and very quiet. The standard cheek pads were very tight on my face (different thicknesses are available from RPHA, but improvising after the first day of a longer trip with this brand new helmet I used my motel room’s plastic ice bucket to compress the cheek-pad foam almost flat overnight…and from the next morning onward these standard cheek pads were all-day comfortable). Airflow vents extremely effective. Double D ring chin strap a pain after using the great Nolan chin strap latch, but you get used to them after a few days of regular use. This one is very lightweight, which is nice. From Korea.
Kind of gimmick-y in styling and features, but very nice overall. From one of the world’s largest helmet companies. I wear an older, simpler version of this helmet for 95% of my riding (X1002). By far the easiest to use chin strap latch system. Lots of other nice details and features. Durable. Fairly quiet. Integrated intercom or audio system available. The ultimate chin-bar opening latch and hinge system. From Italy.
What I'd probably buy today, and would immediately void the warranty by taking the wonderful chin strap buckle off my old Nolan and sew it onto the chinstrap of one of these, replacing the forever-proven safe-and-reliable-slow (ergonomic P.I.A. in short-distance daily riding) double-D ring system. Superb quality of construction and details, everywhere. Everything works perfectly. A second or third generation design from one of the world's best helmet companies. From Japan.
Modular helmets provide superior versatility. At highway speeds and on sport and unfaired bikes you’ll enjoy ‘full-face’ protection and comfort, yet during short stops, or when riding slow somewhere you can open up the chin bar. This can be especially nice in hot weather. If you want only one helmet to do both all-day longer-distance rides and also for frequent short-hop urban riding, we recommend them.
New helmets take a while to 'break in'. Especially 'full coverage' and modular types. They also take a while to learn the various tabs and slots that open the chin bar and visor and vents. For a while one fumbles around with a new helmet but eventually one learns to use the various bits and it all gets easier. On my old Nolan helmet everything is now second nature.