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Vega Vertice Modular Helmet Vega Vertice Modular Helmet Freelad - Louisville, KY, USA Great lid at a good price "40 plus years of motorcycles and helmets; this may be my favorite of all time. The modular design is such a better setup for me. Easy center push button to raise the bottom half of the helmet, makes it easier to get eye glasses on, lots of room for them. Very comfortable and light weight. I love the drop down aviator type shades, they work great. Lots of venting options for air flow around the shell of the helmet, and again, they work great, best summertime helmet I have. Close the vents in the cold stuff, and it holds heat fairly well while resisting fogging up. Really good straight on wind stability characteristics. Which brings us to the only negative, minor nag I got with this cranium cap, It is a little less stable than some when you turn your head sideways while riding at higher speeds. This may be the same reason it feels so true on the noggin when faced forward. it is slightly oblong front to back. Lovin it for many miles now Lewis"
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Vega Summit II Modular Helmet Vega Summit II Modular Helmet Brian - Fort Wayne, IN, USA Doesn't Seal "The deal breaker for me was: the visor doesn't seal to the helmet when fully closed. I planned to use this helmet for inclement weather riding, if the visor wont seal and keep out rain, then it's useless. Other than the seal (which I thought about modifying w/a trip to the hardware store), it seems to be a good helmet. I loved the modular feature and it was easy to open w/the button at the bottom of the chin area. It did seem a little roomy for air to come in via the bottom opening, but I saw this as opportunity for less fog which I was happy for. The air vents seemed really cheap, to the point where I could see the 'click' function wear out with regular use. Like the plastic nubs that give it the click, allowing the vents to lock open or closed, would wear out easily and become like my LS2 helmet where they just kinda do whatever they feel like (stay open or close when they want). The visor Field Of View was nice, was easy to put on with glasses. If you get this helmet, even considering my qualms with it, it doesn't come with a speed strap. Loosen the strap all the way (or 90% of the way) but dont completely undo it, move the strap all the way forward of the chin area, and put it on like a full face. This will save time and effort putting it on, especially with gloves on. After having this helmet in person and returned (no problems with MotoSport here, except for a very tardy return of my $$$), I now know what I'm looking for in a helmet; the problem is finding one sub $200 that fits the need.......... ... ....................... =("
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