HJC CL-17 Victory Helmet Features Advanced Polycarbonate Composite Shell is lightweight and features superior fit and comfort by using CAD technology Anti-Scratch Pinlock ready Faceshield (HJ-09) features new 3D design with 95 UV protection Side faceshield lock mechanism for an ultra-secure seal Pinlock-ready (Pinlock insert sold separately) RapidFire Shield Replacement System provides ultra-quick and tool-less removal and installation of the faceshield 2-Stage faceshield closure system with one-touch center open/close shield locking system for an extremely tight and secure seal ACS (Advanced Channeling Ventilation System) provides full front to back airflow which flushes heat and humidity up and out SuperCool Interior made from anti-bacterial, moisture wicking fabric Crown and cheekpads are fully removable and washable Integrated air deflector is included All CL-17 cheekpad sizes are interchangeable for a custom fit Meets or exceeds DOT and Snell 2010 Standards (sizes 3XL-5XL are DOT only)
This is my first helmet. I chose the Victory blue and orange, graphics are nice, I feel safe with the bright colors even though they're not hi-viz or reflection paint. The air movement is decent. Don't have anything else to compare it too but due to the vents nothing fogs up this windshield. I'm in Miami and weathers been kinda cold. Coldest run I've had is in 63 degrees. No fog at all. The breath deflector keeps the fog off at a stop light. Wish it had a sun visor so bad though. The IS-17 has one but it's not SNELL rated, this helmet is. I wear glasses, They are wearable in this helmet. No drop down visor really hold this back for me though. If you're in a sunny state, go for the drop down, if not, go with this. No anti fog shield needed, this thing is fog proof. Just got a chin curtain to help stop all the airflow to my nose on cold days, its coming in a couple days. This thing moves a lot of air.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Fieldsheer Sonic Air Mesh Gloves
Fieldsheer Sonic Air Mesh Gloves Goatskin leather and air mesh construction Clarino palm patches Padded knuckle protection Adjustable Velcro wrist strap Short gauntlet styling Pre-curved fingers
My hands aren't the same
PostedJune 8, 2012
Bang for the Buck
Protection & Durability
Bulky, square finger tips.
Leather and suade palms
Just got these gloves today, out of the box they look sleek and feel nice. About me: I'm in the process of getting all my riding gear before I get my first motorcycle, these Fieldsheers are the first thing I bought.
I know these gloves have excellent air flow because I have sweaty palms when wearing other gloves and my hands are completely dry after 10 minutes of wearing these.
It seems my left phalanges are shorter than my right because my right glove fits perfectly but the left fingers don't reach the end. My fault, not the gloves.
There is decent padding over the knuckles, over the wrist bone, bottom-inner palms, and the outside-middle of the pinkies. I thrashed my limp hand up against the edge of a wall to see how effective they are and, well it hurt. The knuckle padding is solid but the others seem useless to me, not cumbersome though. However, there are some weird diamond-shaped thin leather padding above the nails that are completely useless. The gloves are pre-curved.
The leather feels nice, seems like a decent quality, still not use to the bulky feeling of them. The tips of the fingers on the gloves seem squared and the space between index and thumb is semi-webed in that you can't open your palms completely. Velcro wrist strap is nice.
For $45 I would have like more padding in the wrist and side as well as less clutter to allow better hand dexterity. also a more narrow "finger tunnel." I don't have sausage like fingers (I think). They are a bit on the small side so I won't be trading for a medium.
RevZilla was great with shipping(free) and I feel confident buying again.