I'm with ya on the visibility... Since it looks like somebody maybe worked the face onto a regular helmet, the eyes are much farther forward. This is gonna give you next to no peripheral vision. That's one hell of a safety issue right there. Hope the helmet really works, cause you're gonna be putting it to the test if you ride with it. Yikes.walker said:i don't think DOT would approve it because of the visibility limitations
There is no way you're gonna have good visibility. Helmets give you good visability by wrapping the visor around your face to give you good peripheral vision. The eye holes on that do not wrap around, and they even jut out farther than the standard visor would on a normal helmet. That is just like a horse with blinders on. You will not be able to see anything but what's practically straight in front of you. Put on a set of Oxy/Acetalene goggles and you should have a decent idea of how your visibility would be compromised.booda said:I bet the visibility is better then you think, that picture looking inside is at a bad angle but I bet those eyes are large enough to see very well.