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Slotting in to replace the N90 as Nolan’s value priced modular helmet, the new N91 features a couple key improvements but thankfully hasn’t increased its price over its predecessor. Besides the more modern and angular shell design, the real big difference to the N90 is the overhauled ventilation system. A more simplified system, the N91 now features one large chin vent, one large forehead vent and a prominent Venturi vent on the back. Both the easy to use drop down sun shield and flip up chin bar remain and combined with the more intermediate oval fit, the N91 should appeal to an even wider range of touring riders.
Even though it may be the little brother to the Star, the Bell Vortex Flying Tiger is the farthest thing from being a push over in the family line. With some of the exact same features as the Star, such as Velocity Flow Ventilation™ with FlowAdjust™ and the ClickRelease face shield, the Vortex is built with the options and comfort you’ve come to expect from a Bell. A race bred designed lightweight shell gives a sleek, slippery shape that allows for unmatched stability at speed and on the inside, contoured cheek pads and a plush removable comfort liner finish it off to give you a complete package at a killer price.
Nolan has a great urban style open face helmet in the N20 but what they didn’t have in their lineup was a more touring oriented open face helmet. Enter the N40. A small amount of adjustability has been built into the cheek pads to let you customize the fit and with the generously sized face shield, your face will stay insulated from the elements.
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