Lori Grimes Styles, 2017-09-27 12:19:36. For some starters or those who are new into buying helmets online or for those new in custom motorcycle helmets. There are some shops which have a turn around time of 2 weeks so as to ensure that you will get quality helmets. Be patient in waiting for the equipment. Remember to follow up and keep in touch with the layout artist as well to know if he or she has done it right most especially if you have special requests.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-12-18 01:12:37. When you write out a list of the features you want in a helmet, the GMax GM32 surprisingly meets just about all of them. It’s got a visor that snaps on and off, a drop down sunshield and an interior that is moisture wicking and removable. Venting is already going to be good on a 3/4 but GMax has nevertheless still taken the time to add vents above the brow and along the back. And because this is a GMax, the price is hard to beat.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2017-10-09 09:20:13. If there is one thing you can fault HJC for it is not the lack of providing the customer with enough options. Sliding in between the CL-MAX II and the SY-MAX 3, the $200ish IS-MAX 2 continues the trend of HJC delivering a lot bang for your dollar. More angular than most HJC helmets, the stylish IS-MAX 2 nonetheless still uses a polycarbonate composite shell and the proven QuickSlide shield system. The biggest difference you’ll notice though is the revised venting which feature large button operated vents. The IS-MAX 2 also comes with a drop down sun shield which further helps it differentiate from the CL-MAX II.
Lori Grimes Styles, 2017-10-09 09:20:15. A custom motorcycle helmet is something different – it’s made SPECIFICALLY for you. It’s one-of-a-kind: everything from the texture of the helmet to the design of the pattern — the color(s) you choose, both exterior and interior.People who create a custom design helmet are considered airbrush artists whose focus is on attention to detail, great finishes, unique designs and customer taste. Comparing a custom helmet with one purchased directly off-the-shelf is, according to some.
Morgan Jones Themes, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. Perfectly at home in the city environment, Speed and Strength’s SS650 helmet offers up a huge field of vision with its open face configuration. The face shield ratchets up and down smoothly based on riding preference and weather conditions while the easy to reach drop down sun shield provides just the right amount of convenience during any ride.
Morgan Jones Styles, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. Race graphics are also perfect for a customized motorcycle helmet. Indy logos, motocross logos and race-related designs are just some of the themes available. We’ve also seen people customize their helmet to look like a baseball cap! This is a great way to show the world their love for their team as they cruise their bike down the road.
Lori Grimes Colors, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. Already an industry standard, Arai has kept at its commitment for excellence and has made the XD-4 one of the finest dual sport helmet you can buy. Gleaning the hard learned lessons from the XD-3 helmet, careful improvements were made for better visibility, comfort and weather handling ability. The end result is a helmet that is extremely safe and versatile, ready to tackle long rides on both the street and dirt. If adventure touring is your thing, this is a helmet to consider.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. Speed and Strength is no stranger to the entry level helmet segment and it appears they’ve redoubled their efforts with the new aggressively shaped SS1200 United By Speed helmet. The basic formula of the SS1200 is nothing groundbreaking, a tried and true thermo-poly alloy shell, but the well-executed design makes it a solid and safe choice. Large chin and forehead vents pair with equally large Venturi vents on the back and to take things one step further Speed and Strength has supplied the SS1200 with a chin curtain and breath guard.
Morgan Jones Colors, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. The Speed and Strength® Hammer Down™ full face motorcycle helmet comes lined with a removable and washable Cool-Core® moisture wicking liner and is built with an A.T.P.A.™ Advanced Thermo-Poly Allow shell that meets of exceeds DOT standards. The 1500 gram motorcycle helmet contains an Air Strike™ direct course ventilation system for proper airflow circulation. Lock ‘N Load™ conversion shield replacement system with All Clear!™ optically correct, anti-scratch, anti-fog and UV resistant clear face shield that is included with all full face helmets. Tinted shields are sold separately and are for daytime use only.
Rosita Espinosa Themes, 2017-10-09 09:20:12. 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.
Rosita Espinosa Colors, 2017-12-14 15:28:00. Shoei’s name means that as a company they are naturally expected to make a great touring helmet and thankfully, the Qwest can handle this pressure. Shaped by what Shoei claims to be countless hours in their very own wind tunnel, important details like shell design and foam placement have been refined to cancel out noise and reduce drag and lift. The ventilation system is also wind tunnel tested and this has resulted in large upper intakes and rear exhaust vents that maximize the Venturi effect. The proven ORSA shield carries over from other helmet models like the X-Twelve and when combined with Shoei’s typical knack for quality, the Qwest becomes a very, competent touring helmet.
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