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One of the first companies to make an adventure touring specific helmet, Shoei has been well represented over the years by the Hornet DS. The time for a replacement has come though and the very advanced Hornet X2 Dual Sport helmet is it. Placing a big emphasis on aerodynamics, the X2 features a noticeably sleeker mouthpiece, a completely redesigned visor and vents that are better positioned to scoop air in. The shell is a composition of Shoei’s proven Multi-Ply Matrix AIM+ material and by using the CNS-2 shield, you get optically correct vision. Street or off-road, globetrotting or weekend ride, the Hornet X2 has a design that comes as close to that happy medium as you’ll find.
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. Featuring a small aerodynamic visor (which can be removed if desired), a drop down sun shield and space for N-Com communication, the N40 is a surprisingly comfortable place to be on long rides. 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. And while venting may seem redundant on an open face helmet, Nolan has nevertheless equipped the N40 with intake and exhaust vents for excellent airflow.
The aerodynamically designed tear-drop shell shape minimizes buffeting at high speeds and the AirFit® cheekpad system ensures a custom snug fit. The EXO-R2000 comes equipped with Emergency Release cheek pads, a standard EverClear® shield. Pinlock® MaxVision®-ready flat shields with tearoff posts are available as an accessory for the track.
Built from the Pro-Star pedigree, the star delivers performance at a price point the everyday rider can appreciate. Constructed with a lightweight TriMatrix Composite Shell, making a lightweight aerodynamic signature that resists buffeting and lift. The Star comes equipped with premium features like Bell’s X-Static® XT2 silver liner which offers exceptional vent and temperature control with antimicrobial fabric technology and is eyewear compatible. Back that up with Bell’s five year warranty and protection for your Noggin from both Snell M2015 and DOT Certified, you’re looking at a winner, on or off the track.
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