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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-11-2019, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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HD Maywood 3/4 helmet?

I just picked up one of these to try a larger helmet. Seems worth a try at $160. Was basically thinking it might be useful for longer rides. Anyone used it & what do you think about it??? Thanks in advance!

https://www.harley-davidson.com/stor...t-9836119vx--1


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Hey that looks interesting! How's the air vent on top, can you feel any air?
I got a Pit Boss a while back for the summer, but it's hotter than my full face.


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Hey that looks interesting! How's the air vent on top, can you feel any air?
I got a Pit Boss a while back for the summer, but it's hotter than my full face.
Iíve only spent about 30 minutes in it with about 4 miles of interstate, but I thought I could feel a little air circulation w the vent. Iíve got a madstad and really not a lot of air turbulence. Iíd think the top of my helmet has to be in some airflow. Might have been my imagination but I thought it was warmer w the vent closed. Big difference ratcheting up the face shield. Lots less air closed and quieter. Think it would be a lot better in rain than my glasses & half helmet.


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My wife has that helmet (not Harley branded) and she likes it. She did say the sun shield sucks the big one.
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Not the helmet you have listed I have a bell 500 3/4 helmet, I like the 3/4 for the cooler temps..


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