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VAS Shield System: Normally the shield mounting position must remain relatively high, because a lower shield pivot will not allow the shield to open or close. The VAS (Variable Axis System) has a variable axis (moving pivot point). This allows shield opening and closing even with the 24mm lower shield mount position, compared to the Corsair V. PB SNC2 Shell: The Corsair X helmet shell is constructed from Super Fiber and other special synthetic fibers developed for F-1 helmet visor panels, assembled and bonded by Arai experts. A specially-developed resin creates stronger bonds between shell materials with less weight.
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.
A company that has perfected the art of providing excellent value to the streetbike rider, Scorpion seeks to reinforce this legacy with the all new EXO-R410 Airline helmet. Made using a tough polycarbonate shell, the EXO-R410 displays clean lines that are both stylish and functional with the latter aiding in aerodynamics and the channeling of air into its vents. On the inside, Scorpion has provided a moisture wicking liner with a quick release for emergency situations. And to finish it all off, the quick changing EverClear® faceshield is fog free, highly adjustable and tight sealing. For any motorcyclist, the Scorpion EXO-R410 Airline is not one to overlook.
An all new helmet from Scorpion, the EXO-T1200 is intended to be the company’s premier touring/sport touring lid. Similar to the EXO-R2000 in regards to its construction, the T1200 gets the lightweight TCT composite shell, the same sleek fitting faceshield and the handy AirFit system. Touring specific designs include a 3 position drop down sunshield and the new VSV (Venturi Super Vent) ventilation system. And yet even with its premier status in the Scorpion line, the EXO-T1200 still comes in less than most of its direct competition.
A shadowy menace, Speed and Strength molded the Solid Speed helmet to dominate the road with sleek looks wrapped in raw street riding functionality. An Advanced Thermo-Poly Alloy shell with free flowing venting makes this helmet the new value priced standard.The first true open face helmet from Schuberth, the M1 is a clean slate design for the German company and sees them combine urban focused comfort with their typical panache for cutting edge tech features. Communication is a big priority for Schuberth and by equipping the M1 with built-in speakers and mic, only the optional snap-on intercom system from Cardo (the SRC-System) is needed to become Bluetooth communicator ready. A drop down sun shield pairs well with the aerodynamic face shield, though you can replace the shield with a peak for a more open format. Intake and exhaust vents are quite large on the M1, yet if you’re stuck in traffic this is definitely a plus. And when it comes to the interior you get a liner that is seamless, antibacterial, and moisture wicking.
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