Duane in NY
It's obviously not a top of the line helmet but for the price it's decently comfortable and not too noisy. I've ridden dual sports for years with an open face helmet and goggles and prefer this helmet as it is quieter and the wind doesn't catch it as much. If you're mainly going to wear goggles, they fit better on a traditional open face helmet but I like this shield for the road. The fit is a little snug but I'm hoping it will break in nicely. I'm glad I got it.Read All Reviews
marc in NJ
well, i've wanted this helmet for a long time... i finally bought a new drz400sm which has been my naughty want for many years... well since i got the bike i always wanted, i figure why not upgrade the old trekker helmet to the variant... well i love it except for a couple things... first, the skirt around the bottom pushes really hard against my sides of my neck... it almost chokes me... kind of like when you stop the blood to your head to pass out... makes me feel very uneasy... i am not a steak neck either... i have a 17" neck, and i bought the xl... i have a 24" head... the rest of the helmet fit me as it should and it was wonderful... but the choking neck i couldn't live with... it broke my heart... but the other things that made it a little easier to send back is the fact that my fox main pro goggle CAN NOT fit... the padding in the helmet keeps the goggles so far away from my face it was crazy... (during the summer i like to remove the shield on my fly trekker helmet and run goggles, i get much better air flow and don't feel like i am breathing my exhale. hahaha) i also like to take the sun visor off and rock it that way for longer trips... easier on the neck and shoulders... the visor does not come off for riding purposes on the icon.... those 2 things alone is a no good for me... also, when you open the shield, your finger rubs the shield seal gasket pretty hard... i can see this becoming a problem over the long term.... some of the fitment of the front mouth surround were not attached and you could see light though it... i tried pushing it in and finessing it some, but it just kept bubbling out.... besides glue or an epoxy, it was not gonna be fixed.... so all in all, besides the head shape fitting me better, and me loving the "BUG" look of the helmet... it was a flop for me in every other field... sad, i was in total lust of the helmet.... i went with an AGV ax-8 evo DS instead and don't regret it one bit...Read All Reviews
Luke in Washington
I bought these on clearance from a local shop. I was excited until I rode with them for the first time. The knuckles have a hard plastic/carbon fiber dome over each knuckle which digs into the hand. Over the course of an hour-long ride my knuckles were in real pain. If it weren't for the knuckle busters I'd love them.Read All Reviews
Shannon in UT
these boots are surprisingly comfortable. I have had mine for about a year now and they are still pretty stiff (I am not a daily rider, we start in spring and go till fall for two weekends every month)but I can go all day and hike around and my feet still feel great. I liked these because they were a little bit wider than a lot of the other boots. WD40 the buckles because they will get hard to snap after about 6 months.Read All Reviews
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