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  • LS2 Subverter MX470 Helmet

    Jonathan in NM


    I bought this helmet for the air flow. Here in the SW desert it can get pretty warm on days out. It definitely can flow air as advertised. One downfall to that is with all the venting it can be noisy. I have my cardo JBL speakers in it and at times it's hard to hear them. Going to try earbuds if I can get them to stay in place while dawning the helmet. I bought the white one and why would they make the cheek pads white in a dirt helmet I have no idea, they get dirty fast and stain easily. But I like it even with those few things.

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  • LS2 Subverter Evo Helmet

    Alisa in WA

    Great helmet for price!

    Good solid fit and very comfortable to wear, this helmet is a great value for its price. The vision is good and has plenty of space for your goggles without pinching your nose.

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  • LS2 Gate Stripes Helmet

    Jeremy in UT

    Go up one size.

    Seriously order one size larger than normal. This helmet is meant for a more oval shape head (perfect for me), and sized run just slightly small. But really order one size larger in LS2 helmets. Aside from sizing, this is literally the PERFECT helmet.

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  • LS2 Gate Helmet

    Erika in FL

    Good budget helmet - if it fits you...

    The LS2 Gate and it's variants are excellent budget helmets. That is if they fit you, specifically because the internal shape of the helmet is somewhere between a long oval and intermediate oval. I'm a definite long oval and this is one of the few helmets that doesn't result in pressure on my forehead --so for me this is perfect. For those with more a more round head shape then you might find the helmet puts pressure on the sides of your head. I would say the helmet runs about a half large. Normally I'm a medium but on this one I opted for a size small which was quite snug but it broke in very well. I've had mine (2 of them actually)for about a year now and it has survived plenty of encounters with branches, falls, and a few trees. The ventilation isn't the best as there are limited openings in the shell. However the weight on this helmet is very good, 1349 grams on my scale which is just under 3 lbs. There are helmets that cost more than double which don't even beat that. Plus you're getting ECE/DOT and a dual density EPS liner. Speaking of liners, the comfort liner is pretty decent and a lot less rough/harsh than say, a Troy Lee Designs SE4, which says a lot. LS2's top of the line dirt helmet is the subverter but I like the classic shape of the Gate/MX437 better. They look pretty sharp with any modern set of googles and for the price I don't think you can get more helmet. Yes you can get MIPS with some others like the MSR SC4, etc but you're going to pick up a lot more weight which for me is a deal breaker.

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  • LS2 Pioneer V2 Helmet

    JULIAN in WV

    Great helmet but cheek pads fall out easy

    The helmet is great but I hate their cheek pads they fall out constantly ive tried everything to get them to stay in but since they are the emergency release they just refuse to stay in place

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  • LS2 Pioneer Replacement Faceshield

    jason in IA

    don't use loctite on LS2 helmets loctite eat plasti...

    don't use loctite on LS2 helmets loctite eat plastic bolts and lenses. had to buy new lense. learn from my mistakes.

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