Well Vented Helmet

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Well Vented Helmet

#1 Postby Kneedown » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:30 pm

I'm looking for a summer helmet as my current one is quite heavy (flip front) and vents are not terrific

I do want a full face with internal visor and would prefer pinlock but not deal breaker. The deal breaker is I need excellent ventilation as my head overheats really easily.

Anyone got any recommendations.

Budget would be £300 max
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#2 Postby Baloo » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:31 pm

Shoei Neotec, but I doubt it's with your budget

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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#3 Postby Joeman » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:38 pm

HJC RPHA ST

I had one until i recently​ replaced it with a shoei GT-Air.
In some ways the HJC is better than the GT-air
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#4 Postby tbone.inniss » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:39 pm

Scorpion ex510 I love it

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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#5 Postby Arwen » Thu Apr 20, 2017 8:47 pm

AGV k5 is well in your budget. It's so well vented it pisses water in when it rains and you have them open!

Pros: pinlock and sun visor included, pretty light

Cons: i find it a bit on the noisy side. Chin vent is difficult to use with a glove on.
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#6 Postby Six30 » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:26 am

Joeman wrote:HJC RPHA ST

I had one until i recently​ replaced it with a shoei GT-Air.
In some ways the HJC is better than the GT-air



Second that for the HJC RPHA , best fitting lid I've had and ventilation is fine :thumb:
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#7 Postby Joeman » Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:28 am

Six30 wrote:
Joeman wrote:HJC RPHA ST

I had one until i recently​ replaced it with a shoei GT-Air.
In some ways the HJC is better than the GT-air



Second that for the HJC RPHA , best fitting lid I've had and ventilation is fine :thumb:

Other good thing is the pinlock is recessed into the visor and there the top of the pinlock is out of view. Not so with the shoie.
Also the internal visor comes right down on the HJC. On the shoie it stops short so you end up with wind blast coming under it.
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#8 Postby NearOn » Sat Apr 22, 2017 8:12 am

Just bought a Icon Variant Thriller £300. Doesn't have internal visor but comes with free dark visor fog treated. It has feckin vents everywhere. Going to a ball ache in winter but summer it's perfect. I think it looks damn nice too!

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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#9 Postby Kneedown » Sat Apr 22, 2017 9:15 am

Thanks guys


My current helmet is an HJC and do like them but seems my size is out of stock but am taken by the Scorpion EXO510.

Looks to fit the bill so just hope it fits my head :-)
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#10 Postby tbone.inniss » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:53 am

It has a pump in it for a snug fit

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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#11 Postby Picollus » Sat Apr 22, 2017 11:56 am

Kneedown wrote:Thanks guys


My current helmet is an HJC and do like them but seems my size is out of stock but am taken by the Scorpion EXO510.

Looks to fit the bill so just hope it fits my head :-)


That black with neon yellow scorpion using a gold mirror racing visor is one of the most attractive I've seen outside of custom paint jobs, nice find.
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Re: Well Vented Helmet

#12 Postby Liveware Problem » Sat Apr 22, 2017 10:31 pm

I had a HJC before my current Scorpion, both seem a good fit so I reckon you'll be fine :)


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