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Did you like the original Nolan N104 helmet? Good, because the N104 EVO takes that design and largely mirrors it. Yet once you put it on, one will start to notice the small improvements Nolan has made. Aiming to make it quieter and vent better, Nolan set to work changing the interior padding and neck curtain while also opening up the front intake air vents. Untouched in this overhaul is the flip up chin bar, the drop down sunshield and easy to change out face shield. Start to add it all up and you will find that the Nolan N104 EVO is a very, very solid choice in the competitive modular helmet segment.
The EXO-R710 is Scorpion’s latest edition to the popular R-Series with a feature list that is unparalleled in the sub $200 fiberglass helmet category. Advanced features like the Fiberglass / Aramid Matrix Shell, Ellip-Tec® Base Plate System, Everclear® No-Fog Face Shield and Emergency Release Cheek Pads allow the EXO-R710 to be at home in the canyons, while commuting or during closed course competition.
N-40 – perfecting the Open Face Helmet using the developments learned from Nolan’s Crossover design quick-change accessories allows for customized looks and functions for every ride. The new Nolan N-40 comes with the clear shield, the integrated sun shield, and a peak. The New Nolan N-40 open face gives the rider flexibility with a maximum field of vision.
The EXO-T510 is a helmet that will teach you to not judge a book by its cover. Utilizing such features as: KwikWick® II liner for extreme moisture control, AirFit® cheekpad system for a custom snug fit, drop down SpeedView® sunvisor, and Aero-Tuned Ventilation with 4 intakes vents and 1 mega exhaust vent for maximum breathability. The EXO-T510 is the industry standard for technology and style. From the daily commuter to the seasoned touring rider, the EXO-T510 is a featured pack helmet at an uncompromised price.
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