Touring helmets, scooter helmets, and helmets for those who want a little more wind in their face. We carry the best open face motorcycle helmets on the market. Removable washable liners, scratch-resistant, injection molded shields, removable, ducted visors are just some of the features included on the helmets we carry.
Steven in Georgia
Just wanted a half helmet for cruising around town on the backroads. It gets hot here in Georgia in summer. Can I complain about the helmets wind noise, NOT! A very good choice for me as I use it. The graphics are nice also. It's also very comfortable to wear. Buying another for the girlfriend.Read All Reviews
Steve in Texas
This helmet looks cool at first sight, but when you put it on, the plastic snaps at the front that hold the liner in, push into the sides of your forehead leaving a painful dent in your head. I only wore it once on a 20 minute ride and didn't feel the pain until I removed it. Ouch! Very poor design.Read All Reviews
clay in Alaska
This helmet is amazing, fits much better (for me at least) than some helmets costing $200-300 more. I read lots of reviews about it being "noisy". Your on a motorcycle, going 70+ mph, welcome to motorcycling. I have a stack of helmets from Arai's to HJC's and I can tell you that they are all noisy. If it bothers you that much, maybe you should find a new hobby. If your not bothered by a little wind noise and you ride a motorcycle, you need a helmet. This helmet is comfortable, easy to use and best of all, has sunglasses built into it. Ive ridden with this helmet in the up position going 80mph and i was amazed that there wasn't any wind buffeting like I've experience with other modulars. The chin button is easy to find and use, as is the sunglass buttons. venting is OK, but no helmet I've used has venting worth talking about. The magnet for the strap is a nice touch also, Like most helmets, id recommend you find a place local to try it on as everyones head is different. Enjoy.Read All Reviews