Shell is made from LS2’s proprietary ultra-light extra strong High Performance Fiberglass Composite.
DOT approved quick-release chin strap is easy to open with a gloved hand.
Twin Shield System drop down sunshield protects your eyes and is easy to operate with a gloved hand.
3 shell sizes with multi-density EPS for the utmost in protection.
Fit is long oval.
DOT and ECE 22.05 certified.
For proper fit and size measure the circumference of your head 1" above your eyebrows and around the largest portion of the back of your head.
20.8" - 21.3" ---------- X-Small
21.6" - 22.0" ---------- Small
22.4" - 22.8" ---------- Medium
23.2" - 23.6" ---------- Large
24.0" - 24.4" ---------- X-Large
24.8" - 25.2" ---------- XX-Large
25.6" - 26.0" ---------- XXX-Large
Fitment: Over the years I've had a very difficult time finding a helmet that fits my Extra-Long Oval head shape. I've tried on an Aria (Claimed to be for X-Long Oval) that wasn't a good fit, still left a red spot on my forehead in the short time that I had it on. My last helmet was a Icon Airmada which fit fairly good but still wasn't ideal. The LS2 Vector is simply a better fit for my Extra-Long Oval head shape. It hugs my cheeks pretty tight which is fine for me but that could be a con if you don't like that type fitment.
Pros: The padding is thick and comfy. Most helmets in XXL and XXXL size simply utilize thinner padding to make a "M" or smallish "L" shell fit a XXL noggin. The LS2's shell is actually big enough that the inner padding is still thick and plush in my XXL helmet. The leather-like neck roll and chin curtain add to the quality look and feel of the helmet. Overall it has the fit and finish of much pricier helmets. The ratchet strap closure is easy and simple, I like it, some won't. Quiet
Cons: The inner shield needs to come lower. It's not an issue until you look down at your gauges or mirrors. Airflow could be better but the helmet is the quietest I've ever owned. I think the two are directly related.