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Author Topic: Modular FLIP OVER Helmets  (Read 2978 times)
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« on: May 23, 2022, 06:26:16 PM »

Variant is very nice. Only issue I had with them is the sizing. I wear XL or XXL depending on brand. But I couldn't even get the V2 closed with that size.
I had to go up to the XXXL size. Otherwise very nice.
You mentioned the RPHA helmet. I like that helmet due to it's low noise reduction when I have a OEM type windscreen.
With aftermarket screen(Givi) it's super quiet.
I have 20 or so helmets. And if I have a good windscreen I use my Daytona 3/4 most of the time.
With my OEM screen, the LS2 is just as noisy as my 3/4 helmet.
But my go to helmet is the Sedici Sistema II modular from Cycle Gear. I know many people don't like them, but it works, fits, and is low noise in turbulent wind.
I have trouble with ear plugs and use muff/pads/thick skull caps that cover the ears and other remedies to reduce noise.
Having said all that, my scoot, my height, my windscreen, all cause my own unique results.
The Sistema venting isn't as good as my LS2, but close.
I like the space suit helmet look of the LS2.....
so there is my $0.40 worth more than you asked for. 
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