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post #1 of 37 Old Jun 8th, 2006, 5:56 pm Thread Starter
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What helmet?

Well folks, coming off an HD here in OH, I never wore a helmet, but now its time. Im curious what people are wearing (Brand, style) on the LTs. Im leaning toward a shoei Synchrotech (sp?). Any thoughts/ideas/experiences with other models that I should consider?


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I started my ride'n career in an HJC AC-10 - wore that thing plum out.

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Arai SZ-m 3/4 ...... Molded flip sheild is easy to use & helmet is VERY quiet and has 6 vents to let air circulate as you wish.

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Shoie X-Eleven for me, RF1000 for my wife, we both like ours, I didn't care as much for the RF1000. Leaning towards an Arai RX7 Corsair for the next lid (plus Hopper and Nicky Hayden wear 'em), liked it very much when I slid it on. Would like to try on a AGV, guess it's a Rossi thing.

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Shoei guy here also. Talked my Brother in-law in to a shoei RF1000 and he loves it after trying several others. Why didn't I listen to you before?

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My last helmet was an HJC Symax. I wore it out so will be changing to my new (for me) helmet: an HJC Symax..

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Suggesting a helmet is like suggesting underwear. It's just too subjective. David, you have to try on a whole slew before you'll know what's best for you.

Case and point, in this thread there are already two strong recommendations for an HJC Symax. My friend just sold her Symax for a Nolan N102E. She HATED that HJC! Does that make the Nolan a better helmet? No! It just means that the Nolan fits her better. Now go out there and find the helmet that fits you best.

Oh . . . and make sure it's a Nolan! D: Either the N100E or N102E...
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There several great helmets out there. Shoei and Arai are two of the most common high end helmets but they aren't the only ones worth considering. First decision is what style helmet you'd like. I have a standard full face Arai and a Jarrow (now called Caberg) flip style (also a new Shoei I haven't used yet). They are all great helmets with good and bad points. The flip ups are not as quiet as a good full face but they are really convenient, especially if you wear glasses. I use my flip up around town and the full face Arai on long trips when I want a quieter helmet. The next step is to actually try each helmet you are interested in. Not all helmets and heads are the same. In the past I couldn't stand the way a Shoei fit me while the Arai felt great. Others have had the opposite experience. The Shoei I have now (won it in a raffle) is one of their newer styles and actually fits me pretty good. In short, make sure it is a quality helmet and it comfortably fits your head.
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Shoei X-11 is a fairly quiet helmet w/ easy change out shields, seems a little narrow after you wear it a few hours, these things you can't tell in the showroom. Cycle Gear has the 30 day helmet exchange which gives you a good oppurtunity to field test the Arai Corsair has great ventilation and a good fit for me, but a tad noisier. The Shuberthh S1 is super quiet and very comfortable, but a little hot in high heat of summer. just my 2 cents
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There is a web site that has reviews on different helmets. I might help with your decision. They talk about fit and other issues with the different helmets but it all boils down on how it fits you.

Be sure that it fits properly and is comfortable I have even walked around the store for at least half an hour wearing the different helmets. Because once you walk out of the store with it most businesses will not let you return it.

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For what it's worth, we picked up Arai Signets. Two reasons, one they are a very good helmet, and two in 2001 at least you could get them to match the LT colors. It was special order, but there was no extra charge for it. Actually the wife's idea, "If we're going to spend this much on a bike, we are going to get helmets to match it." What can I say, I never argue with that kind of logic.

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I have a Nolan 100E and 102E. I really like the flip up front and they fit my pointed head nicely. The wife uses a 100E and it seems to fit. Her never says much - she just listens to the tunes...

The bummer is there are very few dealers that sell them. No profit margin. Order them from helmetshop.com

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Greetings all.

I've been very happy with my Systems 4. Great ventilation when closed and if when you're in the mood, flip her up for an open face style as the weather warms up. The best of both worlds.

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My wife and I are currently wearing Nolan N100's (modular) and really love them. I would try on several different makes to get the best fit.

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Had ARAI helmet and it was great but just switched over to Scorpion helmets. Great price, excellent air flow, no fog shield and looks nice. Great price too!
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If you have a big head you can't beat an Arai or a Shoei. I have both - one with speakers in the helmut and one without.
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I have a summer, around town helmet, and a down the highway, winter flip helmet.

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I had a Shoei RF 700 for six years and liked the helmet but wanted to try the flip up for ease rather than pull off my glasses etc at each gas stop etc. I agree with previous posts you must first find a helmet that best matches your head shape.

While I like the Shoei, I opted to buy the New Nolan Xlite 1002 flip up. The helmet seems somewhat louder than the shoei but then it has more surface seams. The one thing I noticed that after wearing the helmet for longer periods of time I developed a sore spot just at the top of my forehead and my wife noticed the same thing as well. Shoei is a better fit it seems for us. I removed the liner and and the hard shell had a formed pad at that point that put addtional pressure through the liner. I took my wifes bic razor and shaved the spot down on both helmets and it fits very good and is comfortable. I liked the looks of the Schuberth but cost and the effort to put in the intercom was a concern. T

The Nolan Xlite 1002 was easy to put the BMW system in although I may recess the speakers more for room as the fit is snug,but comfortable.
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Just got a couple of Arai Quantums to replace our old AGV Q3. I did not realize how noisy the LT is. I never understood the reason for ear plugs until this helmet. It is still quieter than the HJC that we have for relatives.

They don't build them like they used too.
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Re: What helmet?

I literally wore out the lining on my Simpson Bandit over the last 15 years. Figured with the new bile it was time for a new helmet. Picked up a Bell Mag 8 and love the peripheral vision it afforded me although I feel somewhat nekkid without a full face. I will probably switch back to a modular as soon as I sort out the bluetooth comm set that I want. The SO will only wear a half-helmed due to her voluminous hair which upsets me to no end. That big head of blond hair might look pretty blowing in the wind but won't help a bit if we end up upended.
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I wont' buy a helmet that I can't take in the shower with me, but I'm out in the sweaty west too

Shoei or Aria, mostly Aria (quantum, corsair, SZ-M, the best helmet on earth other than not being a full-cov)...

can't seem to get away from them no matter what I try on fit-wise but I do spend a lot of hours in the saddle so fit/comfort is #1 on the list.
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Re: What helmet?

My wife and I wear HJC SymaxII modulars. I wear glasses and the modular system allows me to put on/remove my helmet without taking off my glasses

They are a little noisier than a non-modular but the convenience WAY more than makr up for the noise.

The Shoei and Nolam modulars might be quieter bt in the endit doesn't matter as we have found that riding with foamy ear protectors make the ride extremely more comfortable.

Definitely consider modular.

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I'm not and HJC fan. I find there helmets to be low-end, but they're light and cheap.

Arai's make awesome helments. But wow they're pricey. Shoeii trails Arai in my opinion. They don't have the same quality as Arai, though a lot of people put them in the same category.

Now I use a Nolan modular, and I love it. I do have one complaint - it's a bit heavy. I'm 220lb, so it's not an issue for me, but for the misses - it might be an issue.

Schuberth is another great helmet - german made. But they're hard to find in the states, you prob have to get it off the net.
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I own two Scorpions and love them both. I don't much care for modulars because compared to a solid full face, they are noisy. They fit ME great and the Scorpion ads make me think that I am hip and cool while grunting to get my leg over the seat!

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I use a Shoei modular helmet. For that type of helmet, The Shoei is the best. The HJC has very sensitive plastic parts that dont like to be bumped.
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Well folks, coming off an HD here in OH, I never wore a helmet, but now its time. Im curious what people are wearing (Brand, style) on the LTs. Im leaning toward a shoei Synchrotech (sp?). Any thoughts/ideas/experiences with other models that I should consider?


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I have glasses and a long head like the alien in "Alien" so my choices are limited.

I have an HJC modular that is noisy (don't use it anymore)

Shark Evoline - fits ok and very well made. The flip full face/open face is the kabomb.

Shoei Multitec - noisy but super comfy
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I have an Arai Quantum that I love...it is definitely the quietest helmet I've ever owned. I also have a Nolan X-Lite 1002 for the convenience of the flip front. I usually wear it when travelling with the SO, who also has one.

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I've owned Simpson, Arai and Shoei over the last 10 years. The Shoei X-11 has the best airflow of any helmet I've ever worn. Some say it's a little noisy but with a full fairing it's not an issue with me. For the last year I've worn a Shoei Multi-Tec and have been very happy. Both are extremely comfortable and the shield system is super easy to use. Several weeks ago I bought a Shark Evoline modular helmet. It's really the only helmet out there that converts from full face to 3/4 by design. Worth looking at if that sorta thing is important to you. If my Multi-Tec could convert like my Shark it would be my ultimate helmet. Unfortunately it doesn't so the Multi-Tec is relegated to second string in my line-up behind the Shark.

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is it me or is this thread old? new glasses for me!

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Schubert's J1 for Summer and a older Nolan for Winter.

Plenty of UK shippers out there for the J1.

The J1 is the quietest helmet I have worn. Only Snell approved though, not DOT. I don't care and have ridden in many States with it, been pulled over with it on, and it was never questioned. The clear and HUGE line of sight with it is amazing. Bluetooth installed and it is a jewel.

The Nolan is getting a bit long in the tooth so I will be looking at another Flip, hopefully a Nolan but I will try others on.

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Interesting, the J1 looks like the basis for the helmet Sylvester Stallone wore in Judge Dredd.

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