Klim Cruiser Modular

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Klim TK1200 Karbon Helmet - Skyline Klim TK1200 Karbon Helmet - Skyline Lara - New York, NY, USA Definitely not a $600 helmet "Let me preface this review by stating that this is my 4th modular helmet. Prior to this, I had a Scorpion, a Nelson, and a Schuberth. I buy modular helmets because I've worn glasses since I was 8 years old, and I don't like taking my glasses on and on with my helmet. Frivolous? Maybe. But we all have a streak of frivolity, and that's mine. I don't like to not see. So onto the review. 1. Yes, it's light. Is that worth $600? That's up to you. For me, not so much. 2. No, it's not any quieter than any other "quiet helmet" (I'd put it on par with the Schuberth C3 Pro — which IMHO is not quiet enough for the price tag). I have a Sena 30K in the helmet, and have to turn the volume up to 100% (Google Pixl XL phone) to hear the audio. 3. Ventilation kind of sucks. I generally ride with the visor one notch cracked because (even with the Pinlock) it still fogs up at traffic lights. 4. The helmet runs half a size small. But unlike other helmets (maybe because of the carbon shell), it doesn't ever stretch out. If I'd been able to ride with it for two weeks before deciding on size, I'd have gone a size larger. The bottom line — for me - is that I buy modular helmets so I can keep my glasses on when helmeting/unhelmeting myself. This helmet runs small, and doesn't break in like other helmets. So the functionality of a modular is lost, but the price tag is still there. Maybe you use modulars for another reason. If so, check this out. But for me, it's *totally* not worth it."
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