RevZilla Face Shield / Visor Bag Oversized banana pouch Smile holder Maybe. Visor tote Definitely. Don't scratch up your faceshield! Carry it along in RevZilla's handy visor tote. How many times have you put a nick in your tinted or clear shield from letting it float around in your backpack, saddlebag, or stuffed inside your jacket Never again shall your visor suffer such ignominy! Made from 600D Maxtura and padded to keep your shield snuggled up safely, this visor bag is just the ticket for keeping your shield clean, clear, and unblemished. If you have an anti-fog coating (many shields do), protecting it is the first step in having it work correctly. Rep some ZLA style with the highly-reflective logo emblazoned on the tote. A handy carry strap is included for lashing to the tippy- top of the stack of gear you take on your next trip! Note Faceshield and/or banana sold separately.
After spending over $45 for my spare visor, I really like the idea of having a protective case to put it in. The only 2 shortcomings I've found with this Revzilla visor case are: 1) it is a tight squeeze to get my Reevu FSX1 visor into the case, and 2) the spartan velcro closure tab doesn't keep the flap fully closed. Maybe this visor is too big for this one-size-fits-most visor bag.
The things I like about this bag are: 1) soft lining to prevent scratching, 2) straps with quick release buckle to allow carrying your spare visor like a fanny pack, 3) decent price.
Reevu FSX1 Rear-View Modular Helmet Reevu, the technology-leader in rear vision helmets has introduces the world's first rear view modular helmet system. Reevu has been the industry leader in rear view technology with their patented mirror system, manufactured from a reflective polycarbonate material rather than glass! The polycarbonate material is almost impossible to break, weighs less than glass and provides additional safety and comfort to the rider. The mirror system essentially bends the light around the shell of the helmet, offering a clear view of what's behind. The Reevu System works just like a car's rear view mirror offering awareness of the road ahead and behind without making a conscious effort as both are simultaneously in your field of view. Features Tri-composite carbon fibreglass, Kevlar and synthetic hi-tenacity advanced fibre shell Dual density EPS Polycarbonate ventilation slots that together with the channeling on the inside shell, allow the air flow inside the helmet Polycarbonate injected visor with high optical quality and easy shield swap Completely removable and washable lining for perfect comfort and cleanliness Note Helmet ships with clear face shield.
I already have an MSX1 helmet that I really like, but I wanted a modular for the convenience of being able to put on or remove the helmet without taking off my glasses. Also, you can talk to someone, or take a drink, etc. without having to remove your helmet. I just took the "MSF Basic RiderCourse2 Skills Practice" class (used to be called the "experienced rider" class) and it was very nice to be able to open the helmet's modular section between training sessions to hear the instructor and to ask questions.
Pros: 1) Very convenient (see above), 2) love the rear view feature, 3) lighter than the MSX1, 4) modular front section feels pretty secure when closed, 5) easy to open the modular section--even with gloves.
Cons: 1) Very loud wind noise (it's tolerable with ear plugs), 2) price seems close to the Nolan modulars, but seems much noisier, 3) chin strap is a little too far back for me compared to the MSX1 so it digs into your throat a little.
Overall, I like it, especially if I can figure out how to put in a gasket to block out the wind noise.The noise is really irritating when riding my electric motorcycle--not so bad on my Buell Blast.