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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.
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.
Schuberth engineers everything to the maximum; it’s just in their DNA. This is especially evident with the modular C3 Pro helmet. Refinement and quality exude from every corner and because of this you can be confident that it drags less, sound dampens more and comforts and protects the best. For those willing to take the plunge, the Schuberth is one of the best touring and street bike helmets available.
Open face helmets are prized by motorcycle riders for their convenience and field of vision, but rarely are they ever associated with such traits as aerodynamically refined and quietness. Shoei largely bucks the trend with the RJ Platinum R, an open face helmet that really surprises out on the road. The density EPS liner is very nicely padded and while cooling is already excellent, Shoei has still gone ahead and equipped it with adjustable forehead vents. In addition, a removable visor lets you have the option of attaching a face shield for a little more coverage.
The shell shape is both stable at speed and quiet while inside comfort is helped with 3D shaped padding that is plush and easily customizable and replaceable. For the rider limited to one helmet, the RF-1200 wins out with excellent safety, comfort and style. And to match almost any type of bike, the RF is available in a huge number of solid colors and graphics.
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