What is the best motocross helmets 2018 ?

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What is the best motocross helmets 2018 ?

Postby motocrosstime » Thu Jan 18, 2018 9:08 pm

Hi guy. I'm looking for a new helmet for enduro trip. Read very much review on the internet and have some wanna share with you here :

It’s the start of the year and maybe you’ve made a new year’s resolution to take up an exciting new hobby in the form of motocross. Or, maybe you’re a seasoned pro but need to update some of your equipment for a new year of off-roading. Either way, the one piece of riding gear that must be fit for purpose and that you absolutely must choose well is a helmet. For all of the fun and adrenaline of off-road riding, it’s vital to remember that it can be dangerous and you need to protect yourself should the worse case scenario arise.
So join us as we review five of 2018’s best motocross helmets and discuss a few extra things to consider that will help you find the perfect helmet for you this year.

The best motocross helmets 2018
Airoh Aviator 2.2

The Airoh Aviator 2.2 is the evolved version of its predecessor, the Airoh Aviator 2.1. The sleek looking helmet, available in three different shell sizes, is made of 100% carbon kevlar, which offers high levels of protection with very little weight. And the weight is the real big advantage of the Aviator 2.2. It is so light! Possibly even the lightest on the market. But despite the lightweight build, there is absolutely no compromise on safety and durability.
Airoh Aviator 2.2 Steady Helmet

The helmet features a wide field of vision visor for ultimate visibility out on the track, and a chin guard vent in addition to the standard front, top and rear vents for great breathability. The Aviator 2.2 also features an AEFR emergency release system for the cheek pads should you get into trouble and require assistance. A bonus for the adrenaline junkies out there that like to capture their stunts and best laps on film too, is the compatibility to fit GoPro accessories to the helmet. It didn’t happen if you didn’t film it right?

Troy Lee Designs SE4

We would be raving about how light the TLD SE4 helmet is if we hadn’t just talked about the even lighter Airoh Aviator 2.2! At just over 2 pounds, this helmet is still one of the lightest on the market though, and you can really feel it when you’re riding.
Troy Lee Designs SE4 Carbon Factory Helmet

The shell is made from a strong carbon-kevlar composite, for great protection and durability. Where this helmet really steps up its game from the Troy Lee Designs SE3 version, however, is in its upgraded breathability. There are a massive 16 intake vents, strategically placed around the helmet. Even on the hardest ride on the hottest day, sweat is not going to be an issue if you’re wearing this helmet.

According to the TLD team, the SE4 has an average of 13% more foam around the crown of the helmet compared to other helmets on the market. So you’re guaranteed a comfortable fit and added protection too.

The only slight gripe we could find with the helmet is that the cheek pads, which do feature an emergency pull system, are made from a slightly rough material that can give a scraping feeling when you’re pulling the helmet on.

Shoei VFX-W

Shoei is a well-known and well-regarded manufacturer of helmets in the motor biking world, and with good reason. Their helmets offer a unique aesthetic and a priority on safety. The VFX-W is no different.
Shoei Maelstrom VFX-W

Shoei’s AIM+ technology allows for an extremely strong shell without an ounce of excess weight, by combining fiberglass with organic materials. The helmet also features a handily adjustable visor and emergency quick releases system cheek pads. Another thing to note about the visor is that it doesn’t require any tools to adjust. It can be done entirely by hand which is a pretty cool feature!

The best and worst features of the helmet actually go hand in hand. The specific shape and kind of hugging fit of the VFX-W can make it a little uncomfortable to get on initially, but when it is in your head, it tends to fit extremely well. Overall a stylish looking helmet with an abundance of safety features.

Leatt GPX 5.5

The most notable feature of the Leatt GPX 5.5 is the smaller than usual shell design. It also features a multi density foam molding to greatly reduce the G-force experienced by the rider and a 360 degree turbine technology to help absorb impacts. The lesser volume of the helmet reduces the rotational acceleration of the head according to the manufacturer. That all sounds a bit sciencey, but in basic terms, your head is going to be pretty safe and secure in this helmet.
Leatt GPX 5.5 V05
Add into the mix the emergency cheek pad removal system and an adjustable visor, and you’re looking at a very solid off-road biking helmet. Plus, it’s very easy to put on and remove too. One word of advice though, the helmet can assert pressure in certain areas depending on the shape of your head and therefore the resulting fitting. So it’s always best to try it on before you make the decision to purchase.

I already to have Airoh Aviator 2.1 Cairoli 222 Replica - it was great helmet. Very light and safe.
You can read more review at here : http://motocrosstime.com/procducts_revi ... ts-of-2018
Hope you guys will have a best motocross/enduro helmets 2018 soon. Thank for read.
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Re: What is the best motocross helmets 2018 ?

Postby Yas_bonne_mine » Wed Mar 14, 2018 8:13 am

Great review :)
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Re: What is the best motocross helmets 2018 ?

Postby NealDes » Wed Oct 10, 2018 5:44 am

Very cool selection of helmets. Shoei VFX-W looks best of my tase. Too bad I can't really justify spending money on a new helmet atm since I have 3 of them in very good conditions. haha

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