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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
Edward in ID
I was in the market for a dual sport style helmet when I ride my DR650. I read reviews from the AFX FX-39 (same as FLY Trekker and MSR Xpedition), I liked the price of those and the features but two things I didnt like with those. One was the fit, they are round shaped and i have a more oval shaped head. The other thing I didnt like about the AFX/FLY/MSR was the visor when flipped up sits in your field of vision. I tried on the Arai XD4 the Arai and as with all Arai helmets the front of the helmet (that you look thru) is small and blocks a lot of peripheral vision, not something good for street riding. On top of that the Arai is way overpriced. I started looking at the reviews of the LS2 and after reading about the good things people had to say about them I bought one. The oval shape fits perfect on my head. Its a little tight when you pull the helmet over your ears but fits great when its on. The cheek pads are tight but like all helmets they will break in, if the not the company offers smaller pads. The visor flips up and out of the field of vision, and i have what must be a newer visor on the one i got as earlier models had an air gap in the front nose of the visor, mine does not, it fits down tightly when closed. I bought the high viz yellow which is actually a nice color and has some nice looking LS2 graphic logos on it so its not all one plain color. I havent had time to ride test the helmet as its snowing here, but will report back later on the performance. All in all I am impressed with this dual sport helmet.Read All Reviews
Mike in California
I tried some of the less expensive models first and this helmet is much better than anything else i've found. Really light weight and great features like the flip down sun shad and adjustable vents. My only complaints are that i'm a size large in a sumoy dirt bike helmet and an extra large with this helmet. Seems odd i have to go a size up. I also wish i could buy some different size cheek pads, but they don't seem to be available in the U.S.Read All Reviews