Colors. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 17:01:41 PM
Open face helmets are prized by motorcycle riders for their convenience and field of vision, but rarely are they ever associated with such traits as aerodynamically refined and quietness. Shoei largely bucks the trend with the RJ Platinum R, an open face helmet that really surprises out on the road. The density EPS liner is very nicely padded and while cooling is already excellent, Shoei has still gone ahead and equipped it with adjustable forehead vents. In addition, a removable visor lets you have the option of attaching a face shield for a little more coverage.
Quite possibly GMax’s best kept secret, the GM45S Modular helmet hides an impressive amount of features under its very low price tag. Literally standing out from its competition, the GM54s comes with a three position LED light bar integrated into the back of the shell. Alternating between steady, slow and fast flash, the light makes a big difference in visibility during night riding. Venting-wise adjustable air vents are in no short supply and can be seen prominently across the chin, forehead and rear. The drop down sunshield is a one finger operation and with the flip up chin bar locking metal to metal, the action is smooth and light. All things considered, if you’re looking at a flip up helmet this GMax should be one to think about.
The Speed and Strength® SS1600 Cruise Missile™ full face motorcycle helmet comes lined with a removable and washable Cool-Core® moisture wicking liner and is built with an A.T.P.A.™ Advanced Thermo-Poly Alloy shell that meets or exceeds DOT and ECE 22-05 standards. The 1550 gram motorcycle helmet contains a Lockdown™ shield security system and an Air Strike™ direct course ventilation system providing proper airflow circulation. A DVD™ Drop Visor Design is included for sun protection and an All Clear!™ optically correct, anti-scratch, anti-fog and UV resistant clear face shield. Tinted shields are sold separately and are for daytime use only.
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