OPEN FACE HELMET A501 Fiberglass Mono

Short Description:

Classic jet, simplicity design, rich functionality, and perfect fitting.

Product Detail

Product Tags

- 3 shell and 3 EPS  sizes ensure a low profile look and perfect fitting
- Prepreg fiberglass composite shell, high strength, light weight
- Special EPS structure provide big enough room for ear/speaker pockets
- Clear long visor, anti-scratch
- Smoke sun visor inside, the position could be adjusted as you need
- Bluetooth prepared
- Padded chin strap with micrometric buckle
- 1100G+/-50G
- Certification: ECE22.06 / DOT / CCC

Material selection will be a big factor, as well, because not every helmet is made of the same material. The helmet shell can be made of hard plastic, carbon fiber, carbon fiber Kevlar and other woven fibers to increase the safety of the helmet and reduce the possibility of brain injury and penetration. The price varies with the choice of materials. Due to manufacturing costs, things like carbon fiber weaving, especially those exposed to carbon, will increase the price of helmets. This is what you should pay attention to.
As for the total price of helmets, it ranges from hundreds of dollars to thousands of dollars. This price difference depends on material selection, functions such as built-in communication, paint scheme, and manufacturer.
Advantages and disadvantages of open face helmets: open face helmets look handsome and have a wide field of vision when driving. They can ride with glasses and have good air permeability. The disadvantage is that it has poor protection for the chin, high wind noise and general warmth retention. Helmets without windshield need to protect the face by wearing protective equipment such as glasses and masks. Applicable for riding: streetcar, travel and cruise

Helmet Sizing















 Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How to Measure

How to Measure

Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.

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