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Question HJC CL-SP Helmets

Anyone bought or tried the new HJC CL-SP helmets yet? If so, what are your opinions?

Gary & Mary Droege
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Hjc Helmet

I'll ATTEMPT (it's not showing up in the preview?) to attached a pic of the helmet and some of the information from their website.

FEATURES
Injection-Molded Polycarbonate Composite Shell Construction
The lightweight injection molded Polycarbonate composite shell is the latest advancement in Polycarbonate composite technology
Wind-tunnel tested aerodynamic shell shape with an extra large eye port for greater visibility.
Channeled, Dual Density EPS (expanded poly styrene) liner.

Three shell sizes provide a comfortable fit for youth and adult sizes.
Flow-Through "ACS" Advanced Channeling Ventilation System
Dual flow-through channels
2 high capacity, multi-stage, forehead intake vents

Venturi exhaust spoiler

Anti-Fog System
Side chin-bar mounted vortex vents create a low-pressure vacuum effect drawing heat and moisture out of the face shield area
Adjustable chin vent re-directs air upward and across shield interior
Anti-fog treated 3D shield.
Next Generation, 2 Stage Compression Shield Closure System
A two-stage pivot mechanism, compresses the shield into the eye-port gasket, providing an extremely secure seal
Improved, no guess work, tool-less shield removal and installation
Aerodynamic flush mounted fit for reduced turbulence
Scratch resistant hard coated shield
Optically superior 3D design
Rated at 95% UV resistant

Removable / Washable Bioceramic Nylex® Interior
Anti-bacterial Bioceramic Nylex ® liner and cheek pads quickly wick moisture away from the skin and eliminate odor causing bacteria
Streamline, wrap-around neck roll reduces wind noise
Padded chin strap design
Nylon strap retention snap
Neatly secures excess chin strap

Soft Helmet Storage Bag Included
Built-in Communication System Speaker Cavity

TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Standards: Dot-218, Snell M-2005
Construction: Injection Molded Polycarbonate Composite
Weight: 1650 grams (approximate based on size medium solid color)

Size: XS to 3XL
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