like the visibility and flexibility to use as open, 3/4 or "quasi" full helmet. removable chin guard probably wont afford much protection and helmet breathes better without it. large shield provides great field of view. Fit was true to size. 4 star rating given as helmet came without additional "smoke" shield but Motosport quickly rectified. Color is more towards yellow.
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I bought this helmet to use on motorcycle tours around the country. And I love the convertible aspect of it. I use the sun visor on nice days, Pop on the face shield for rainy days. And the chin bar with breath box is just what you'll want on cold days. There are 3 other helmets hanging on the wall I can use, but always turn to this one. Fit is about right, looks are good enough. Plus, with the chin bar on it kinda looks like a space helmet lol. If your new to riding ,and don't have the funds for multiple helmets. Get this one, It's like 3 in 1.
The reason I ordered this helmet was because it looked as though the face opening was much larger than your typical moto helmet. This turned out to be very much the case. when the helmet arrived I found it to be a well made and well designed. Thanks also for such a quick response even though they were on back order, I ended up only waiting a few days extra. nice job.
Met or exceeds expectations. Purchased for wife. Fit is spot on.
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Question asked by Adel
Question:Q: Is it australian certifiied ?Question asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: No, for a Australian certified helmet you would need to purchase the helmet form a dealer in your country.
Question asked by josuarez0629
Question:Q: How safe is the helmet Compared to a full face Helmet??Question asked Over 6 years ago
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 6 years agoAnswer: A: Depending on how you take an impact in the event of a crash with this helmet, will determine a lot of its safety attributes compared to a full face helmet. In a top or rear impact it should be on par with a full face helmet. In frontal or side impacts it will not be nearly as protective due to lacking the chin bar. If you are concerned with safety, I would highly recommend a full face Snell approved helmet.