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Scorpion EXO-R2000 Helmet - Ravin Scorpion EXO-R2000 Helmet - Ravin EliRix - Chicago, IL Great First Helmet! "For my first new helmet, I wanted something that wouldn't break the bank. I did my research and decided on the EXO-2000 Ravin based on multiple reviews of the overall craftsmanship and reliability of the Scorpion brand. I also wanted something that would keep me visible, so the Neon/Matte color scheme was the perfect choice. I went with the Medium and it seems to fit true to size based on the sizing chart. It also perfectly matches my Scorpion Battalion jacket. Finish on the helmet is beautiful and you can really see the quality of the paint right away. It's actually much brighter in person, which is a good thing. Comfort-wise, it's difficult for me to say that this is "the most comfortable helmet ever!", but I will say that the Medium fits really well on my noggin. The AirFit system provides a custom fit too, which is a really nice feature. I also wear glasses, and didn't experience any discomfort with the helmet on. I've tried other helmets that place pressure on the arms of the glasses, which lead to painful temples. Not so with the EXO-2000. Fortunately, since I've worn the helmet on rides a handful of rides, I can't speak to it's durability in a crash, but it feels like it would hold up well. I'm tempted to run head first into a concrete wall, but don't think it's necessary to scuff up the helmet at this point. Ventilation seems good, although I haven't used it in warm weather yet, so it's difficult for me to say one way or the other. There are multiple vents though, so I imagine airflow will be decent at the very least. It's a relatively quiet helmet, attributed mostly to the Quiet Neck Roll, which prevents wind from sneaking up under the helmet. It also helps with warmth in cooler months. My only real gripe is related to foggy glasses. I'm not sure if this would happen with every helmet, but I find I need to raise the visor up a click for a moment in order to get rid of any fogging. Overall, this is an excellent helmet and I couldn't be happier so far. Bonus tinted visor is a nice inclusion too. Thanks MotoSport!"
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HJC CL-17 Helmet - Marvel Captain America HJC CL-17 Helmet - Marvel Captain America Christian117 - Awesome looking helmet! "Thought it would be painted very terrible but it is actually is very well done. I love this helmet and would buy another if something happened to the one I have."
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Fully in Your Face

Full-Face helmets provide the best all-in-one protection for your head money can buy. Full-face helmets cover the back of your head to the front, under the chin and finally a visor to protect your eyes from road debris and sun glare.

The full-face helmet market is big. As more and more states pass helmet laws and more riders opt for better protection the motorcycle helmet industry is red hot. Today's full-face helmets are nothing like the past. Full-face helmets not only provide the best protection but the features packed into current models offer optimum comfort and mobility. Plus, most helmets are now just so cool to look at riders can't wait to get their hands on one...or maybe get one on their heads!

MotoSport offers one of the widest selections of full-face helmets on the web. We carry more than 350 different helmets, many more when factoring in styles and colors, from 20 companies. Our catalog of full-face helmets includes budget-friendly helmets under $100 to top-of-the-line feature packed helmets for the more serious, everyday rider. Whatever your choice - all our helmets come with SNELL and/or DOT certification.

How to Size a Motorcycle Helmet

A properly fitted motorcycle helmet can play a major role in the outcome of an accident. The first step in finding a motorcycle helmet is determining your head size. Follow these steps:

  • Wrap a soft measuring tape around your head about a half inch above your eyebrows, above your ears and around the back of your head at the largest point.
  • Compare your head size with the specific motorcycle helmet manufacture's size to find a match. Each motorcycle helmet manufacture provides different sizing charts for their helmets so you will need to compare your helmet size to each brand's sizing.
  • Try the helmet on before using it. The helmet should sit squarely on your head with the top of the helmet's eye port just above your eyebrows. A properly fitted motorcycle helmet will fit snug at first and loosen slightly as it is broken in.
  • If the helmet moves or your fingers fit easily between your head and the helmet you'll likely need a smaller size.

Stay safe and get a full-face helmet that fits best. If you have questions about sizing a motorcycle helmet give one of our experienced staff members a call at 888-676-8853 or chat with an expert.

MotoSport is the best place to find full-face helmets. We have a 90-day return policy. MotoSport offers fast, free shipping on orders over $79.

Of course, what's a motorcycle helmet without all the accessories? We sell state-of-the-art communication devices with Bluetooth technology that allow you to talk to a passenger or riding partner and/or listen to music or make hands-free phone calls. We have a full inventory of replacement face shields and one of our favorites ?? helmet cameras. Look at our riding headwear to wick away sweat and moisture and help you weather even the toughest Mother Nature can throw at you.