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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 04-07-2012, 10:16 AM Thread Starter
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Thought I'd throw up a picture of my new Bell Drifter. I got it on clearance from motorcycle-superstore for $50. I'm impressed with the quality and looks for the money. It's pretty comfortable too. It came with detachable ear pads for cold weather (not pictured).



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I had a Drifter with the black hyde cover. It had a special anti-comfort lining and lifted like crazy....hope yours feels better

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I had a Drifter with the black hyde cover. It had a special anti-comfort lining and lifted like crazy....hope yours feels better
I had the exact same issues. Hard as a rock inside and the thing would choke me once you got over 55mph. I did like the removable ear pads. I've actually used them on my Zox beanie helmet.

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I have the same helmet. Never used the ear pads though. I have never had any issues with it other than it is just a little to big to fit in the saddlebags.


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