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    Lid pics too.

    Cori and i both entered a contest online for Hells Bells Customs and she one one of the 8 helmets they were giving away. She ordered it for me instead, as my helmet is almost 30 years old.
    Here is the one i got, their Screaming Charlie extreme on a DOT base.
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    I'm assuming your asking for other helmets as well.

    I rock an Arai RX-7RR4 Nicky. By far the most comfortable best fitting Helmet I have ever worn. I got lucky I won it when I worked at Cycle City in Burlington through our distributor for Arai. I really don't know how you folks ride with an open face helmet. Just doesn't feel safe to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBJeepThing View Post
    .... I really don't know how you folks ride with an open face helmet. Just doesn't feel safe to me.
    I can't see well, hear well, nor stand the claustrophobic feel and stifling heat of a full faced helmet. Feels like Winnie the Pooh with his head jammed in the honey jar. Surprisingly , when I was in Florida and got to ride without a helmet it felt great. I felt as though I had much more use of my senses, my peripheral vision and absolutely no movement restriction. At least 85 to 90 % of motorcyclists I saw in Florida rode without helmets. To each his own, I guess, but I feel much safer with the least amount of restrictions.

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    I still got a 35 year old Bucco helmet from the QPP,do not ask how. We used to take a quick ride down to Ohio,no helmet laws there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Morpheus View Post
    I can't see well, hear well, nor stand the claustrophobic feel and stifling heat of a full faced helmet. Feels like Winnie the Pooh with his head jammed in the honey jar. Surprisingly , when I was in Florida and got to ride without a helmet it felt great. I felt as though I had much more use of my senses, my peripheral vision and absolutely no movement restriction. At least 85 to 90 % of motorcyclists I saw in Florida rode without helmets. To each his own, I guess, but I feel much safer with the least amount of restrictions.
    You bring up a very good point. Vision out of the Arai is un-obstructed where as the Shoei and the HJC I had before blocked it somewhat.

    I took what was thought to be a bumble bee right above my sunglasses while on the back of my dads bike when I was younger. The swelling lasted a few days and my eye was completely closed which is another reason I prefer the full face. The sound thing I agree with though it's like people who wear headphones just never been able to do it myself.

    Keep her rubber side down

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    Quote Originally Posted by RBJeepThing View Post
    You bring up a very good point. Vision out of the Arai is un-obstructed where as the Shoei and the HJC I had before blocked it somewhat.

    I took what was thought to be a bumble bee right above my sunglasses while on the back of my dads bike when I was younger. The swelling lasted a few days and my eye was completely closed which is another reason I prefer the full face. The sound thing I agree with though it's like people who wear headphones just never been able to do it myself.

    Keep her rubber side down
    I'm with ya..... I also rocked an ARAI Harada and was the most comfortable helmet I owned.....

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    When picking out a lid, I was given one piece of advice... don't cheap out! So I picked up this... It was more than I originally decided to spend, but I figure I'll just spend less money on a bike to compensate.
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