What is best motocros/enduro helmet 2019 ?

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12/24/2018 2:23 AM
Edited Date/Time: 3/22/2019 1:55 AM

Motocross /Enduro are just one of those sports that were made for adrenaline junkies. The sharp twist and turns, the kick off the bike and that dust flying everywhere. However, as much as we love this sport it can be very risky at times and it is important for the athletes to protect themselves.
All across the world, there are stories of athletes who have been prevented from serious injury due to wearing the most effective headgear. That is why only the best helmets should only be worn to get the best possible performance while riding. If you agree then here are some reviews of the best motocross helmets which will help you choose only the best helmets to protect you and your livelihood.

Top 5 Helmets Reviews


The 6D ATR-1
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The 6D ATR-1 Fuse Yellow Black Helmet is a product that has Omni-directional suspense technology so that whatever direction your head turns on your bike you are covered. The combination of Carbon, Aramid Fiber, and Fiberglass Shell makes for a stronger and more shock absorbent helmet that is able to withstand almost any impact. Improved Visor Durability and Visibility with Shear Away Screws, 8 Intakes, 13 Transfer Ports, and 4 Exhaust Ports and 8 Intakes, 13 Transfer Ports, and 4 Exhaust Ports for effective airflow and vision throughout the entire course. The 6D also meets DOT standards.



Troy Lee Designs SE4
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The Troy Lee Designs SE4 Polyacrylite Factory Helmet is DOT approved and is aesthetically pleasing. It uses MIPS brain protection system which limits rotational force and protects the brain. There is also a chin bar for protective purposes and comes in three sizes for adults to get an exact fit. This product more than meets DOT and other important standards.


Shoei VFX-W
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Shoei VFX-W Block Pass Helmet-TC-1-M is a lightweight helmet made from Advanced Integrated Matrix plus Multi-fibers that comes with an easily installed and removed visor as well as the interior for hassle-free cleaning. There is ventilation throughout the helmet and the product is DOT certified.


Bell Moto-9
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Bell Moto-9 MIPS Off-Road has MIPS Multi-Directional impact protection system which uses maps is a leading slip-plane technology inside the helmet created to minimize rotational forces that may occur from certain impacts
TRI-MATRIX COMPOSITE SHELL - a proprietary mix of Aramid, carbon fiber, and fiberglass deliver all the strength of carbon fiber in a more budget-protecting package.
MAGNAFUSION magnetic cheek pads which allow less complex removal pads for cleaning and enables emergency responders to effortlessly remove the cheek pads first prior to removing the helmet following after impact. The helmet also utilizes the best Antimicrobial fabric technology from X-STATIC XT2 silver liner which is clinically-proven to protect against bacteria and odor so far. In addition, there is velocity flow ventilation for great air circulation.

Fly Racing 
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The Fly Racing F2 Carbon forge helmet meets DOT FMVSS 218 and SNELL 2015
MIPS standards and has a low-friction layer which can absorb more of the rotational force of impacts and this, in turn, provides increased protection than most other standard EPS helmets. It uses a combination of carbon fiber and Kevlar for a super strong but lightweight helmet.


Guidelines to Purchase the Best Helmet
To choose a helmet that’s right for you, there must be great consideration on the different specifications that you know I’ll be important to you while riding. However, there are some specifications that are a must have when considering the perfect helmet first. As seen in all the above-mentioned helmets, the helmet you choose must meet the standards of the Department of Transport (DOT) because that means that the product would have gone through some safety tests to ensure that it is good for its users.

A helmet that is able strong and is able to absorb shock is important so that damage that can occur should an impact take place will be minimal. Therefore, materials used to make the helmet should be lightweight but able to take protect your head and face from impact by distributing the shock. Most helmets are made from carbon fiber which definitely does the job well.

Also, the rider should be able to get proper airflow while wearing the protective piece of equipment and consequently proper airflow or ventilation should be something to consider. Also, as a Motocrosser or Enduro athlete, it is important to see where you are going while riding and you do not want a helmet that obscures your vision because visibility is of great importance to the sport and it can make you see without any problem. Thus, choose your helmet wisely.

After you have considered all or most of these product qualities then you can move forward with purchasing according to aesthetics, easy removal, and washability. It is also a great idea to consult experts on which protective headgear will give you the most complete protection and durability.

Conclusion
Ultimately choosing a helmet is up to you, the buyer and it is important that you know what you are looking for. The buyer should do the necessary research and take the aforementioned guidelines into consideration before making a definite decision. Don’t forget to consider things like certifications such as DOT, how well the helmet absorbs and distributes shock, the material that the helmet is made out of, proper ventilation, being able to see while riding and overall air flow. Engaging in the sports of Motocross and Enduro is a risky but rewarding one and it is up to you to ensure that you purchase the best protective gear and helmets so that your future in this rewarding adrenaline filled sport will last for a long time.

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12/24/2018 7:53 PM

The Airoh Aviator 2.3 is nice. It was just released and is the first Airoh to have a MIPS-like liner (called AMS).
The medium is 2,43 lbs.

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1/28/2019 7:50 AM

brian9 wrote:

The Airoh Aviator 2.3 is nice. It was just released and is the first Airoh to have a MIPS-like liner (called AMS).
The medium is 2,43 lbs.

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Arai, Shoei, and 6d on the shelf at home, but I just purchased this sans AMS, ...really like it.

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1/29/2019 6:43 AM

brian9 wrote:

The Airoh Aviator 2.3 is nice. It was just released and is the first Airoh to have a MIPS-like liner (called AMS).
The medium is 2,43 lbs.

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swtwtwtw wrote:

Arai, Shoei, and 6d on the shelf at home, but I just purchased this sans AMS, ...really like it.

I bought the Azzure Matt blue. It is pretty nice. I've hit the deck a few times and it feels pretty solid.

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2/20/2019 11:27 AM

I do not like my Moto 9. Very poor venting and the eye ports are too small.

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