Themes. Monday , December 18th , 2017 - 06:19:52 AM
The original Revolver helmet was a solid design but nevertheless presented areas that could be improved upon. So as would only be natural, Bell went back to the drawing board to create the more refined Revolver EVO. Highlighted by a better sealing eyeport, a new chin curtain and a smoother operating flip down sun shield, the Revolver EVO is not only more comfortable but substantially quieter as well. The aggressive and good looking shell carries over as does the $200 price point which combines to make the Revolver EVO Ghost a very compelling modular helmet choice.
As every SCHUBERTH motorcycle helmet, the S2 Sport features reflecting pads on the helmet edge. This ensures that you are easy to spot in the dark. Selected COOLMAX® textiles on the inside are responsible for the fast and reliable transport of moisture to the outside and for providing a comfortable inner helmet temperature for the rider. Ventilation openings can be opened or closed through a summer or winter position of the upholstery. The inner lining is constructed in such a way that a comfortable ventilation is possible. The cushioning is anti-allergenic and antibacterial. Furthermore, it can be removed and washed.
HJC’s replacement to the CL-16, the CL-17 isn’t just one digit more name wise, it is a nice evolution of an already very good budget helmet. Not groundbreaking in construction, the design is nevertheless well thought-out 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.
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