The angular, dimensional look uses sharp style to camouflage this helmet’s unique flip-up chinbar.
You like to keep your options open so you can do what you want. The SS4100’s Modular Flip-Up Face Guard with an easy-to-find single button release means full-face protection at high speeds or through aggressive sections and open face freedom when you want to cool down, take in the scene, or just chat up a future pillion volunteer. You’ll also have the Drop Down Internal Sun Visor to cut the glare (90% Of UV Rays) and block the wind with the flick of a finger whether the Face Guard is up or down. The Optically Correct Anti-Fog/Anti-Scratch Face Shield and Pliable Rubber Breath Deflector ensure fog-free vision and a Dual-Density Protective EPS System inside of the Protective ABS Shell construction Meets or Exceeds DOT and ECE 22.05 certification, so you’re not giving up anything – a perfect no-compromise solution.
PRODUCT SPECS Protective ABS Shell Modular Flip-Up Face Guard Drop Down Internal Sun Visor Dual-Density Protective EPS System Washable Plush Comfort Liner Face Shield Blocks 90% Of UV Rays Optically Correct, Anti Fog and Anti-Scratch Face Shield Adjustable Air Ventilation System Pliable Rubber Breath Deflector Pliable and Removable Chin Skirt Meets or Exceeds DOT and ECE 22.05 Iridium and Tinted Shields Sold Separately Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL Satin Finish SIZE CHART
HOW TO MEASURE A PROPER HELMET SIZING:To measure your head size, wrap a tape measure horizontally around your forehead. Select the helmet that is the closest fit to that size. A helmet should fit snug on your head. If it moves while wearing, it is too large. If it is painful to wear, it is too small. For proper sizing, your nearest dealer will be able to help you get sized up.
FITTING: Open the chin straps and slide the helmet onto your head starting at the forehead. A helmet should feel snug. If it slides on easily it is too big. It should feel tight to pull down. Make sure the inner padding fits snug all around. You should feel the padding pressing against your cheeks and head. The last check for a proper fit is to test if it moves while wearing, there should be no movement if you shake your head. Place your hands on the helmet and move it front to back and side-to-side. If there is a lot of movement, try a size down.