Jet helmets with visor
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The combination of freedom and face protection
A jet helmet with visor combines the advantage of a clear view and fresh air with protection from dust or insects when the need arises. Then the visor can be conveniently folded down and the desired protection sets in. Or you can simply use the sun visor during daylight hours. These jet helmets offer many possibilities. At the same time, the jet helmets with visors are still light and exude the desired retro look. No wonder riders of choppers or classic scooters swear by jet helmets.
Spectacle wearers will find the jet helmet with visor particularly attractive, because it means they don't have to wear motorbike goggles over their actual visor. This makes wearing the helmet more comfortable and convenient. The low weight is also always an argument, because jet helmets with visors weigh only a little over 1000 g. Compared to full-face helmets, the weight is quickly reduced to around 500 g. Most jet helmets come with a transparent visor ex works, but can of course be fitted with tinted visors on request. Of course, we also offer individual visors for replacement. And of course, the jet helmets with visors are available in individual paint finishes just like the jet helmets without visors.
Our most popular brands for jet helmets with visor
It is of course not surprising that the inventors of the Vespa also offer matching helmets for their icon. The Italians know what customers want and also offer special models and series time and again. Whether modern or classic Vespa - the jet helmets with visor from Piaggio are suitable for all scooters and simply look stylish. The visor offers additional protection against rain, sun, dust and wind.
Genuine craftsmanship from Japan. For more than 60 years, around 500 employees have been producing motorbike helmets of the highest quality, and this of course also applies to the jet helmets with visors. Thanks to their experience in racing, Shoei develops extremely safe jet helmets. They use their own compound called AIM (Advanced Integrated Matrix) for the material and promise maximum impact protection. A Shoei helmet is, so to speak, the Ferrari among helmets.
The jet helmets with visors from Spanish production are now firmly established on the European market. The quality of the helmets from Liao's System 2 (LS2) has improved steadily since 2007 and does not need to hide from other products. They have the necessary ECE standard and, above all, the price is almost unbeatable.
The jet helmets with visor from HJC impress with their high comfort, great safety and attractive price-performance ratio. The helmets are designed in HJC's own wind tunnel and also meet the demands and requirements of spectacle wearers.
What size should my jet helmet with visor be?
The best way to measure the circumference of your head is with a tape measure. Place the tape measure about one centimetre above the eyebrows and then bring it together again at the back of the head. Compare the result with this table to find out exactly what size jet helmet you need for men and women. Wearers of glasses measure the circumference in the same way, but choose the size so that the glasses do not pinch the helmet.
Rules of thumb for buying a jet helmet with visor
The selected jet helmet with visor should be worn for ten to 15 minutes to check its comfort.
The jet helmet with visor should fit tightly and not slip down the neck.
The head should have no slack in the jet helmet, i.e. when you turn the helmet, the head should "go with it".
The straps of the fastener should not press against the neck but against the chin.
When the chin strap is closed, the jet helmet with visor should not fall into the face.
If the goggles in the jet helmet press, another model should be chosen.
The cheek pads can be a little tighter at the beginning, because they will give way by one or two millimetres over time. The forehead pads, on the other hand, are thinner and do not do this.
More information about material, care and more can be found here.