Don in AZ
Transitioning from a camelback bladder setup combined with a Klim waist/hip tool pack for trail riding. This fits well over the top of a Leatt Fusion chest/neck combo. Fit and finish look real good, it holds weight very well, and there is no bouncing around. Air flow is less than with no vest, but over the chest protector adds some air flow underneath. No idea how it would be without the chest protector below, though I would have concerns about tools bruising my body in an impact. This holds way more than needed, and can easily be overloaded if you are not careful. The good news is that it rides will with weight, and isn't bulky/flappy without being filled up. It can easily be scaled up or down for the trip. The looks is a bit tactical which gets questions from some. I think it looks fine, but others may not. Someone asked me if I was going to ride to the top of a mountain and parachute off. Probably the strangest comment thus far. I'm a form follows function sort of guy, and looks are secondary. It has no issues working around my neck brace, and being fully comfortable in the whoops, etc. Feels like part of your body even loaded up. Things that could use improvement: The bladder is food grade, and was rinsed. It still tasted funny on the first ride. After that the first mouthful of water has the funny taste, followed by normal water. I suspect the odd taste is coming from the hose, not the bladder. I have not had this issue with other brands of bladder/hose. None of the pockets have a redundant zipper. Too many times I have had friends loose keys/phones/etc. on a ride when a zipper did not stay closed. This has not happened thus far, but I would like to see at least a key loop in one of the pockets so that you could ensure your keys are not lost should a zip come open or be accidentally left open. It would cost all of $0.10 to implement at the scale Ogio is operating at. I'd buy it again in a heartbeat. It presents a better value than the Troy Lee Designs one, and the quality seems top notch.Read All Reviews
WALTER in ID
You cannot beat this helmet for the price. I struggle with most helmets as they are generally designed for a more rounded fit. Helmet noise is not bad either. I wear ear plugs and the sound is really tolerable. Plenty of room for speakers in ear pockets if you're running an comm system.Read All Reviews
Donald in TX
Have worn this helmet for a couple of rides now. Fairly quiet, maybe not as quiet as the Arai XD3 that I have had for years, but as quiet or quieter than most. These helmets run large,....I usually wear an XL in most helmets, (Arai, Shoei, Scorpian, etc) but this took a L for me, almost could have used a Medium but probably would have been a little tight for me. Just keep this in mind when ordering. Quality seems really nice and is a good looking helmet. Visor seems to be stable so far, (does not seem to catch in the wind), probably as not much shading as I was used to from the Arai,.....somewhat a trade off. Happy so far.Read All Reviews
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