It doesn't matter what you ride, you need to make sure you cover your head. Chances are you want the highest quality, most protective helmet available, without the full, restrictive coverage that comes with a full face helmet. You're in the right place. Half shell helmets have a classic look and meet a variety of needs including safety, price, and fit and function. Within our selection of 57 half helmets, you'll find all the brand names you love at prices you'll love even more. We have a full line of motorcyle half helmets including 57 helmet varieties for men and more than 40 styles for women from the industry's most trusted brands:
A properly fitted motorcycle half helmet can play a major role in the outcome of an accident. First, determine your head size. Read Motorcycle Helmet Size Guide - How To Measure & Fit The Right Helmet. for more information and instructions on motorcycle helmets and how to size. Once you determine your head size compare that with the sizes on the individual half helmet product pages to find a match. Each motorcycle helmet manufacturer has different sizing charts for their helmets compared to other helmets, so you will need to compare your head size to each brand's sizing. Once your half helmet arrives, try it on before using it. The helmet should sit squarely on your head with the top of the helmet eye port just above your eyebrows. A properly fitted motorcycle half helmet fits snug at first then loosens slightly as you break it in. If you can move the helmet easily while it is on your head or can fit your fingers easily between your head and the helmet, you will likely need to step down a size. MotoSport offers a free first exchange program so we will gladly get you the right size half helmet if the one you order does not fit.
When you're looking for motorcycle half helmets or other protective gear, turn to MotoSport. Stay safe and get a lid that fits you best. If you have questions about sizing or need more information call our toll free line 1-888-676-8853 and chat with a gearhead who can get you dialed in based on your riding style, comfort level and where you ride.