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    Default Selecting a modular helmet....

    Hi everyone, I stepped in to ask your folks opinion on these 2 helmets.
    As you understand, I need to pick only 1, and both seem to be good enough.
    Shark Discovery EvoLine Series 3 Hakka Modular Helmet at Moto ID
    Nolan N100-5 Motorcycle Helmet Black Graphite on Amazon
    I tried both, and both fit shape of my head, so it's hard for me to select one. That's why before I go and spend $400, I'd like to ask you to kindly comment on helmets by these 2 brands.
    If you have experience with 1 of them, please let me know, what you think.
    Thank you!

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    I will attach pictures of both helmets for you folks to see them right away...
    Appreciate any feedback, folks.
    Selecting a modular helmet....-shark-helmet.jpgSelecting a modular helmet....-nolan-helmet.jpg

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    Either one is good if it fits well.

    I have been using Nolan 104 EVO for the past three years and it still is snug after 15,000 miles + of riding.

    The Shark is good if you want a helmet that feels and protects like a 3/4 helmet.

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    Appreciate your reply, sir.
    Then I will go and try both on again, will be selecting based on the way they fit my head.

 

 

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