Womens Motorcycle Helmets
So, let me start off by saying I looked and researched A LOT of Women’s Motorcycle Helmets. Youtube, Amazon, ETC. I was being picky as to what I wanted. This Women’s Motorcycle Helmets met a lot of the criteria but not all. I ALMOST bought the Vr2 Rebellion. Actually the only reason I did not is that the sun visor is NOT removable ( it is replaceable).
On to this one. If you can see the pics, I have a 22.5 in head so, according to the chart, I would have been a Large. I ordered it and it was just too small. So exchanged for an XL. FITS great and OMG WHY does all helmets not have the dial on the back??!! It is incredible. The DDV (drop-down visor) I will only use when it is raining and I will already be miserable so the fact that the visor is hitting my nose (see pic) is not that big a deal for me. The lid visor comes out with 3 screws. I plan on changing to 3 buttons so I can add a full shield for rain (maybe not use the DDV). As you can see I do not, in my opinion, look like a mushroom. It is not a skid lid so it would be unfair to compare to a skid lid. LOVE the way it looks. DDV is a little hard to pull down. I can tell with thick gloves it may be a challenge.
I did order the ear pads from Vega. They fit perfectly but I had to put L on R and R on L ( maybe they marked it wrong) and my Sena 30 installed easy. There is no removable liner in this but I used a plastic auto trim remover and was easily able to push all the wires into the helmet without any issues.
I took a star off for the DDV hitting my nose and for the no removable liner. Oh. the quick-release chin strap is da bomb!!Promised Review By Lost Pathfinder