Themes. Saturday , September 30th , 2017 - 17:22:51 PM
Lightness, cooling and safety are the pillars of an off-road helmet and since this is based on one, the AGV AX-8 DS EVO already comes to the table with the features that street helmets often neglect. And yet, because the AX-8 DS EVO is a dual sport helmet, AGV has gone ahead and ensured that the comfort and aerodynamics are up to par for all day road going excursions. Whether the need is vision, air or just comfort, this hybrid takes in all riding conditions with confidence.
Official Licensed MARVEL® product, the CL-17 isn’t just one digit more name wise, it is a nice evolution of an already very good budget helmet, now with a cool graphic. Not groundbreaking in construction, the design is nevertheless well throughout and well put together. The lighter and stronger polycarbonate composite shell is a nice step forward, as well is the refined ACS ventilation system which makes a big difference in improving ride comfort. Shield changes are done by way of HJC’s very easy to use Rapidfire™ system and though not equipped with Pinlock®, the shield is prepared for it. All things considered, the CL-17 is popular for a good reason. It has great features, a solid construction and nice looks at a hard to say no price.
A HJC modular helmet that’s hard to fault, the CL-Max II Atomic brings together good value with an easy to use flip-up chin bar. Actuated by a single button, the bar is simple and natural feeling to open and close. Venting is basic yet effective and though using the more conventional polycarbonate composite shell material, the CL-Max II isn’t noticeably heavier than any of its much more expensive competitors.
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