02Klausrider
 
 
 
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    August 8, 2011
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REVIT Sand 2 Jacket Those looking for a jacket to wear on an around-the-world trip need look no further than the REVIT Sand 2. The already popular Sand jacket has been improved with a bevy of innovative new features. The jacket features adjustable VCS zippers that increase ventilation by 200 percent over the originalplus, it has a wind-catcher feature integrated into the zipper for even greater airflow. The jacket is compatible with both Leatt and MOVEO neck brace systems, the latter of which conveniently stays attached when taking the jacket on and off. The Sand 2 also comes with a connection zipper. This makes it easy to connect the jacket with compatible REVIT! trousers and eliminates any gap that would allow water to creep in. With the inner membrane removed, the outer shell can be upgraded with a Challenger cooling vest insert. The Sand 2 comes with CE shoulder and elbow protection and integrated reflective panels for nighttime visibility. PROTECTION FEATURES Outer shell PWRshell 500D, polyester rib, polyester 600D, PWRwax 1200D, Lorica Insulation detachable thermal liner Waterproofing detachable hydratex 3L (5000mm H2O) Breathability detachable hydratex 3L (7000g/m2/24hrs) Composition Outer shell 52 polyester, 48 polyamide (colour 1500 64 Polyamide, 36 Polyester) Lining 67 polyester, 33 polyamide Thermal liner 99 polyamide, 1 polyester (insulation 100 polyester) Membrane 100 polyurethane (tricot 100 polyamide) Protection ProLife CE protection at shoulders and elbows Back Protector (sold separately) Seesoft Back Protector -Type RV Type RV / Size 04 fits SM-MD Type RV / Size 05 fits LG-2XL Type RV / Size 06 fits 3XL-4XL Visibility laminated reflection at chest, upper arms and back, laminated reflective logo at back, reflective logo at upper arms ERGONOMIC FEATURES Fit Tour fit, regular Adjustability UTA tab at cuffs, flexisnap, double adjustment straps at waist, adjustment strap at under arm, adjustment tab at upper arm, adjustment drawcord at hips Ventilation VCS I zippers at front, chest, back and under arms Features prepared for Challenger Cooling vest insert, prepared for Leatt and Moveo neck brace, prepared for Vest Connector HV, hydra bag prepared, long and double short connection zipper Pockets stash pockets, membrane storage pocket, hand warmer pockets, inner pockets
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
A couple small features shy of perfect.
PostedJuly 10, 2013
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02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Comfort 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Features 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Fit
Small
Small
Large
I believe a review is really only valid if you know the reviewer's expectations. For instance, I rated this jacket as overall "excellent," despite it having average air flow and a small missing feature or two. How can it be excellent, then? Well, I don't expect a solid, touring-style jacket to have excellent air flow. I expect a mesh jacket to have excellent air flow. I will say that it has sufficient air flow, and is exactly what I expect for this type of jacket. Further, I don't expect any motorcycle jacket to be truly 100% waterproof regardless of manufacturer or price. From a $180 Firstgear Jaunt T2 to a $900 Klim Badlands, I simply don't trust them to keep all the water out. Invest a c-note in a decent rain suit and keep it with the bike at all times. It works much, much better on the bike and also gives you a windbreaker/rain jacket to wear off the bike. So, if you would only rate this jacket "excellent" if it held up to a typhoon and kept you bone dry, your expectations are different than mine.
On with the review, then. Rev'It puts nothing but quality materials into their products, and the Sand 2 is a shining example of this. Let's have a show of hands...how many of you have a Tourmaster jacket with a broken zipper pull? Me too. Read enough reviews and forums and you'll find it's a very, very common complaint. Ain't gonna happen with the Rev'It jacket. All zippers, inside and out, are YKK. All snaps are spring-type snaps, so they won't wear out and get loose. Fabrics are rugged, yet not overly stiff. Stitching is flawless. Collars, both in the jacket and liners, are microfleece and very soft. The elbow and shoulder armor are both sturdy and very comfortable. The back pad is nothing special, but can be replaced easily. The sizes run small for most Americans. At 6'0", 225lbs with a 46" chest and 36" waist, the XXL is a great fit. There is an abundance of adjustability to create an almost custom fit. So, the jacket fits great, feels great, and looks great. It easily meets my expectations for quality, comfort and protection in a $489 jacket.
So what would I do differently? Just a couple of minor things. I'm a huge fan of the sleeve pocket found on the Tourmaster Transition and other jackets. It's a super-conventient place to keep a license, insurance card and toll money, as well as medical information. The Sand 2 doesn't have that pocket, nor does it have the chest pocket found just under the storm flap on many touring jackets. What it does have that surprisingly many other jackets don't is handwarmer pockets. The Sand 2 does not have a means of securing the neck open. That should be standard on every jacket. Finally, though the jacket has a pouch for a hydration bladder, there is no loop to secure the hose on the shoulder.
In conclusion, I have three touring jackets. A Tourmaster Transition, a Firstgear Jaunt T2, and the Rev'It Sand 2. Is the Sand 2 worth more than twice as much as either of the other two? Well...let me just say that since getting the Sand 2, I haven't even thought of wearing either of the others. Anyone in the market for a gently-used jacket or two?
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Firstgear Jaunt T2 Jacket Firstgear fit Firstgear function Firstgear value. Features Generous fit A larger, boxier, universal fit Hypertex waterproof and breathable, high-density 600 denier polyester outer shell CE-rated armor in the shoulders and elbows plus an EVA foam back pad with reinforced shoulders and elbows Inside the storm flap is a security pocket with a red slider for visibility Two front 8 intake plus two 10 back exhaust vents Detachable, insulated, fully-sleeved liner Four generous patch pockets with envelope fold, hook-and-loop and snap closures Adjustable straps on the collar, arms, sleeve cuffs and waist Reflective panels on the front, side, arms and back Phone pocket on the left side and a map/cargo pocket on the right side in both the liner and the jacket 1-year manufacturers limited warranty
 
Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Good jacket at any price, excellent at this price.
PostedMay 9, 2013
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02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Style 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Comfort 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Protection & Durability 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Air Flow 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Features 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Fit
Small
Slightly Large
Large
I own both the Jaunt T2 and what I would consider its closest competitor, the TourMaster Transition. So, I have a good basis for comparison between somewhat similarly priced jackets.
The Jaunt T2's overall construction is quite good. Stitching seems secure, nothing noticeably sloppy or "cheap" looking. Materials are top quality.
The comfort of this jacket is somewhere between awful and excellent. I know...what??? How can it be both? Well, overall, the jacket wears well. The neck and cuffs are soft and feel great next to the skin. The material isn't overly stiff, and moves well. My complaints, and they are major, are with the armor. First, the way Firstgear installs the armor is to put it inside nylon pounches that are held in with velcro on the inside of the elbows and shoulders. So, if you have the quilted liner removed and are wearing short sleeves, your elbows are rubbing against this pouch (which, itself, closes with velcro so your elbows are rubbing against the velcro stitching on the outside of the pouch). The Transition, by comparison, holds the armor inside the lining of the jacket...nothing irritating against your skin at all. That, though, isn't the worst complaint I have with the armor. The elbow armor is, BY FAR, the stiffest, most irritating armor I've ever suffered with in a jacket. The armor is moulded with a very deep elbow pocket. Comfy in the riding position, but once you straighten your arms it is stiff and just awful. I replaced it with Icon D3O armor, which fits perfectly and is way more comfortable.
The zippers seem to be of good quality and all work well, provided you have both hands available. The vents can be fairly easily openeed with one hand, but I've had no luck closing them with one gloved hand.
The jacket has plenty of pockets, and I greatly appreciate the chest pocket just inside the storm flap, but it is lacking my favorite pocket of all...the pocket on the bottom of the left sleeve. The Transition has the sleeve pocket (as well as one just inside the storm flap). It's a minor thing, I admit, but I love the sleeve pocket. I keep my license, insurance card, and road/bridge toll money in that pocket. Super easy to access without having to open any velcro or zippers to get at the chest pocket.
The collar...well, good and bad. As mentioned before, it's very soft and is high enough to block most of the wind on cool days. Two complaints, though; the adjuster won't hold its position if you have the collar adjusted at all snug. Second, there is no snap or velcro to hold the collar open if you want a little air.
As for size, READ THE SIZE CHART! If you order your normal size, the jacket will almost assuredly be too big. I'm 6'0", 225lb with a 45 inch chest and the size Large fits me well. I'm an XL in most brands, and a XXL in Rev'It. I originally ordered the XL in this jacket and was swimming in it. I had the waist straps cinched down all the way, and it was still loose on me.
You'll note I haven't commented on the "waterproof" nature of the jacket. That's because I never, ever count on a bike jacket to be waterproof, whether it be this $180 Jaunt or a $900 Klim Badlands. There is always a rain suit in my pannier. That said, it'll certainly keep you dry in a light rain or at least long enough to pull over and put your rain gear on.
So, finally, a summary. Good looking jacket, well made, and mostly comfortable. I think this would be plenty of jacket for the vast majority of people most of the time. I'll still wear a mesh jacket in the summer, and you'll want more layers under this in the winter, but it's a very good 3 season jacket.
Personally, I have to admit in all honesty that I prefer the Transition to the Jaunt T2. The armor is light years more comfortable, I prefer the armor retention method, I'm a big fan of the sleeve pocket, it has a snap to secure the collar open, the sizing runs true. I would point out that the Transition is around $45 more expensive, but in my case I spent the savings on more comfortable armor, so I have the same amount invested in both jackets. Bottom line, though, is that the vast majority of people would likely be happy with either of these jackets, and I'm not at all sorry I bought the Jaunt T2.
Yes, I recommend this product.
 
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Overall rating 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Does its job, does it well!
PostedMarch 11, 2013
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02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Ease of Install 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Durability 
3 / 5
3 / 5
Sound Clarity 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Ease of Use 
5 / 5
5 / 5
I've had several of these installed on various helmets, and I doubt I'll ever be without one. First, the positives. They install exactly like the original mount that comes with the SMH-10. Using headphones rather than the in-helmet speakers has a couple of huge advantages. First, you can actually hear them at highway speeds. Second, they also act as ear plugs, which I am a huge proponent of for every rider. Obviously, you don't have to worry about routing wires like you do when installing in-helmet speakers. The quality of the sound is directly proportional to the quality of your headphones. I use Skull Candy Titans, and the sound quality is fantastic, whether talking to another rider, talking on the phone, or listening to tunes. The only issue I have had with these is with the headphone jack. The older units had rigid plastic jacks that would eventually break off, no matter how gently you inserted and removed the headphones. Sena recognized the problem (props to them!), and now use a flexible, articulated jack. Great idea, but I've still had cracks form. I have solved this on three different installed mounts by simply putting a tie strap around the jack and sliding the extra length of tie strap up between the helmet shell and foam insert (just like the inner bracket of the mount itself). This easy and inexpensive precaution works great, and I've had no more problems with the headphone jacks. Overall, this is a great product, and one that I personally believe should be standard issue with the Sena units. As for buying from Revzilla...that's a no-brainer. There is simply no better customer service on planet Earth.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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LaZer Monaco Pure Glass Helmet One of the most compact and lightweight modular helmets available, the LaZer Monaco in its fiberglass version weighs in at around 3.5 pounds (1,600 grams). Monaco Helmets include the breakthrough Pinlock equipped Lumino Photochromic faceshield. This helmet sets the new standard for rider comfort. Shell M.D.C.F. (Multi Directional Composite Fiber construction) Weighs approximately 1600 grams in size Large Safety Double homologation, full-face and open face Micrometric buckle 3 reflective zones (3M Scotchlite) Rear reflector (3M Scotchlite) EPS - optimized upper insert protection Interior Interior is 100 removable and washable Morpho System Plus (cheeks and head pads available in multiple sizes) Dri-Lex interior - Aegiswith antimicrobial treatment Flexible removable nose deflector Flexible removable chin curtain Removable noise reduction pads Acoustic collar for noise reduction Other Features Lumino photochromic Pinlock faceshield pinlock lens included Quarter-turn faceshield screw attachment Multi compressible tubular visor seal Ventilation Full Air System (FAS) Chin bar features easy one-hand opening system Specific helmet bag 5 year warranty (2 years + 3 years after registration) Note Helmet ships with Lumino photochromatic face shield, not dark tint as pictured. Helmet has LaZer logo on forehead.
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Very nice helmet!
PostedFebruary 11, 2013
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02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Comfort 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Protection & Durability 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Air Flow 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Features 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Noise Level
Quiet
Quiet
Loud
Weight
Light
Very Light
Heavy
Shape
Narrow
Intermediate Oval
Round
Vision
Narrow
Exceptionally Wide
Wide
Helmet reviews are such subjective things...does one rate this against a Schuberth C3? Shark Evoline? HJC IS-Max? Well, truth be told, I think it would rate very favorably with any of them. It isn't as cushy inside as the Schuberth...it also costs $300 less. It likely isn't as quiet as the Schuberth (no other modular is), but did I mention it costs $300 less? On the opposite end of the scale, compared to a Bell Evo this helmet is ultra light, whisper quiet, and extremely comfortable. I aboslutely LOVE the Lumino visor. Not only does it transition quickly, the optical quality is stunning. It's seriously like looking through the lenses on my Oakley Splinter sunglasses. My other "main" helmet is a Shoei Qwest. The Shoei slightly beats the Lazer for interior plushness, but the Lazer flows more air through the vent and is certainly lighter. Interestingly, though the Lazer is a modular and the Shoei isn't, I find the noise levels fairly comparable. At 70mph the Shoei might have a slight edge, but not by much. At lower speeds, the difference is undetectable. Less air gets by the chin curtain on the Shoei, but that is purely because of the modular design of the Lazer. The chin curtain works well, and keeps noise levels very manageable. The interior of the Monaco is very easily removed and is washable. Fit and finish on the Monaco are first class. All controls are very easy to find and manipulate with golves on. The locking mechanism locks solidly to metal studs, and feels very secure with no play or rattling. The chin strap is the ratchet-type and is the target of my one and only (minor) complaint about this helmet; there is no snap or means of retention for the extra length of chin strap. No big deal. I use a Sena SMH-10 Bluetooth, and it mounted easily to the helmet. The helmet is pre-wired for Lazer's proprietary bluetooth. Overall, I give the Lazer Monaco very high marks. If you're thinking of buying a more expensive modular, buy this instead and pocket the extra $$$. You won't be disappointed. I docked it one point on "durability" simply becaue it takes, in my opinion, a couple of years of use to really judge a helmet's durability. One point was deducted from "features" for the lack of a chin strap retention method.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Shoei Qwest Solid Helmet Aerodynamic Shell Design Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and professional riders feedback Dual Layer EPS liner enhances impact absorption and ventilation Five shell and six EPS liner sizes present increased fit options that help to comfortably fit most head sizes Molded air spoiler to reduce drag and lift as well as diminish weight pressure on the neck while riding at high speeds Ventilation System Upper Air Intake Vent is positioned to maximize air volume into the helmet interior Large upper intake vent positioned to maximize performance in high wind conditions Easy to operate large lower intake vent Lower air intake/defroster vent reduces shield fogging and increases ventilation Rear/neck outlets allow for effective air exhaust Breath guard and chin curtain included Lightweight Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus (AIM+) High performance fiber materials are combined with extremely elastic organic fibers to create a shell structure that is ultra lightweight, rigid and resilient Interior System 3-D center pad and multi-layered, polyurethane foam cheek pads Cheek pads are replaceable or removable for maintenance Eyeglass compatible interior Standard Chin-Strap Clip neatly secures chin strap CW-1 Shield and Q.R.S.A. System Q.R.S.A. (Quick-Release Self-Adjusting) base plate allows for tool-less shield removal and installation. Spring-loaded base plate pulls the shield back to contact the window beading evenly and ensures a proper seal Scratch-resistant coating 99.9 protection from harmful UV A and B rays Optional, CW-1 Pinlock prepared shields are available to accommodate Pinlock Fog Free Inserts The CW-1, three-dimensionally curved shield is both wider and taller than the CX-1V it replaces Optional, CWF-1 two-dimensional Pinlock equipped racing shields with tear-off posts are available A pre-set lever can easily lock the shield in place to prevent the shield from opening unexpectedly, as well as prop the shield open to increase airflow Additional Specs Construction AIM+ (Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi Fiber) Weight 3.644 lbs / 1,653 grams (approx, for Size Medium Solid Color) Standards Snell-M2010, DOT Please Note The vents on the Brilliant Yellow helmet are black, not yellow as shown in product photo. Note Due to manufacturer restrictions, Shoei products can only be shipped to addresses within the United States
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Excellent lid
PostedAugust 15, 2011
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02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Comfort 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Features 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Noise Level
Quiet
Very Quiet
Loud
Weight
Light
Average
Heavy
Shape
Narrow
Intermediate Oval
Round
Vision
Narrow
Wide
Wide
Took it out of the box and went over the helmet with a fine toothed comb. The paint (light silver in this case) was literally flawless. I didn't find any floaters, the paint and clear coat were uniform, the paint has a nice metal flake. All the parts fit perfectly and are made well. In this price range, you expect top quality fit and finish, and that's what you get. I was even impressed by the face shield quality - there is zero distortion. The vent switches operate smoothly and the visor system works well. I'm especially impressed with the "de-fog" position on the face shield, which moves a nice amount of air across the face without increasing noise appreciably. Speaking of noise, Shoei did a great job with this helmet. Keeping in mind that "quiet" is a very relative thing in a helmet ("less loud" would be a better description), this helmet is about as good as it gets. It's certainly the quietest of the four helmets I have. One note here; this helmet was designed for riders of touring bikes, and is at its quietest in an upright riding position. If I move my head down in more of a sport bike position, noise increases noticeably. Ventilation is, again, a relative thing. I swear some people think a helmet with "good ventilation" means it should feel like you have an air conditioner in your helmet. This helmet doesn't feel like that. Neither does any other. However, the chin vent in the Qwest moves quite a bit of air and the top vent moves an adequate amount of air. It doesn't feel like the air flow is parting my hair, but the flow is noticeable and performs about as well as any, and better than quite a few. My biggest gripe would be with the exhaust vents on the back of the hemet. They just aren't easy to operate with the helmet on and while wearing gloves. No big deal; I leave them open all the time, anyway. The recesses for in-helmet speakers are a nice touch. All told, I think this is a fantastic helmet, and I feel confident having my melon protected by it. As for Revzilla - simply fantastic. I ordered the helmet on a Tuesday afternoon and it arrived at my house on Thursday. This wasn't my first purchase with them and I assure you it won't be the last!
Rides: 2002 BMW K1200LT
Yes, I recommend this product.
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 Shoei Qwest Neuron Helmet
Shoei Qwest Neuron Helmet
Shoei Qwest Neuron Helmet Aerodynamic Shell Design Aerodynamic properties are maximized through extensive wind tunnel and professional riders feedback Dual Layer EPS liner enhances impact absorption and ventilation Five shell and six EPS liner sizes present increased fit options that help to comfortably fit most head sizes Molded air spoiler to reduce drag and lift as well as diminish weight pressure on the neck while riding at high speeds Ventilation System Upper Air Intake Vent is positioned to maximize air volume into the helmet interior Large upper intake vent positioned to maximize performance in high wind conditions Easy to operate large lower intake vent Lower air intake/defroster vent reduces shield fogging and increases ventilation The rear/neck outlets allow for effective air exhaust Breath guard and chin curtain included Lightweight Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus (AIM+) High performance fiber materials are combined with extremely elastic organic fibers to create a shell structure that is ultra lightweight, rigid and resilient Interior System 3-D center pad and multi-layered, polyurethane foam cheek pads Cheek pads are replaceable or removable for maintenance Eyeglass compatible interior Standard Chin-Strap Clip Neatly secures chin strap CW-1 Shield and Q.R.S.A. System Q.R.S.A. (Quick-Release Self-Adjusting) base plate allows for tool-less shield removal and installation. The spring-loaded base plate (U.S. patent pending 11/799935) pulls the shield back to contact the window beading evenly and ensures a proper seal Scratch-resistant coating 99.9 protection from harmful UV A and B rays Optional, CW-1 Pinlock prepared shields are available to accommodate Pinlock Fog Free Inserts The CW-1, three-dimensionally curved shield is both wider and taller than the CX-1V it replaces Optional, CWF-1 two-dimensional Pinlock equipped racing shields with tear-off posts are available A pre-set lever can easily lock the shield in place to prevent the shield from opening unexpectedly, as well as prop the shield open to increase airflow Additional Specs Construction AIM+ (Advanced Integrated Matrix Plus Multi Fiber) Weight 3.644 lbs / 1,653 grams (approx, for Size Medium Solid Color) Standards Snell-M2010, DOT
 
Overall rating 
5 / 5
5 / 5
The Qwest has ended my quest for a great helmet
PostedAugust 8, 2011
Customer avatar
02Klausrider
From Fredericksburg
State:VA
Rider Type:Road Warrior
Age:45-54
Gender:male
Bang for the Buck 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Style 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Comfort 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Protection & Durability 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Air Flow 
4 / 5
4 / 5
Features 
5 / 5
5 / 5
Noise Level
Quiet
Very Quiet
Loud
Vision
Narrow
Wide
Wide
Shoei got my attention when I heard the new Qwest was geared toward the touring bike riders. I compared against other makes/models, and got the Qwest in white Neuron. What a great helmet! I believe the sizing is absolutely spot on with this helmet. I've got a 62cm noggin and the XL fits nicely. Graphics and finish were absolutely flawless. The lining is plush and comfortable. The venting works as well as I'd hoped it would, which is to say it's at least adequate. I don't believe any helmet blows as much air over my head as I would like, but this does as good a job as any. I love the "anti-fog" position on the visor latch. It provides a perfect amount of air for defogging and also provides a bit of extra air flow over the face without adding a lot of noise. Speaking of noise...this helmet is quiet. The wind noise compared with my Bell Arrow is somewhere in the vicinity of half as loud. By the way, if money is an issue (or even if it isn't), the Arrow is a terrific helmet for a hundred bucks. The Qwest is made for the upright riding position I have on my K1200LT, and is very quiet in that position. Move your head down into more of a sport bike riding position and the noise picks up considerably. All told, from fit and finish to air circulation to comfort to security, the Qwest is an outstanding helmet. So much so that I bought my wife one, too.
Rides: 2002 BMW K1200LT
Yes, I recommend this product.
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