Dalton,DaltonH said:This is by far the quietest helmet I've ever owned. It is a flip face as you can see, but it comes standard with a chin spoiler. I've met a few folks riding with the US version of the helmet that swear its as quiet as the Arai and Shoei's they've had in the past that were full face.
Its not a cheap helmet to be certain, but I like it a lot. Sizing on it was identical to my HJC-CLMax, but there's really no comparison when it comes to fit, finish and features. The airflow into the helmet is slightly less than I was used to, but its more than enough to prevent fogging once you get moving.
I bought it from Ebay based on information I got from this site as a matter of fact, but I've been told there is a DOT approved US version of it, and have seen it myself when I picked up my bike there was a guy there on a goldwing that had one and showed it to me. The US version is a bit different than mine as you can actually remove the face shield and chin guard and wear it as a 3/4 helmet. May be able to do that with this one also, but I don't care to personally.
Would recommend if you're interested in this one to do a search for Caberg helmets and find a US distributor with the US version. Its not 100% the same, chin area is different, inner visor controls are on the left ear area instead of top rear slider. This was also the first helmet I've ever purchased that came with its own helmet bag. Has a quick release chin strap as standard also.
Hope you like.
In other words......there is not much point in askin others about different helmets.DaltonH said:hehe.. thats funny.. same exact helmet I wear and I think its very quiet for me... hehe