Douglas in NH
Had a Shoei Hornet before this which I really liked. Decided to try the AGV this time. Much quieter than the Shoei. Possibly quite as much ventilation. I do get a bit of bufetting but I think that is just the combination of my particular windscreen (the tall touring windscreen on a KTM 990 Adventure). If I stand up and get into clear air I don't notice it at all. Fit is about the same as the Shoei for my head, went from a large Shoei to a large AGV with no fit issues.Read All Reviews
Malcolm in Arizona
It is a decent helmet does run a bit small don't know what the next size would be like but the helmet is not good for highway use at all whatsoever my current fully offroad helmet is less wind resistant than this helmet definitely a city helmet. Otherwise the visor and shield are pretty nice, strap system feels like really cheap metal though. If you are just looking for something for very light duty riding this helmet is okay otherwise I really do not recommend it.Read All Reviews
John in TX
My first modular helmet. Was very impress with the Neotec out of the box but after using it for about 4 months the helmet is pretty noisy. I have a HJC full face that is about 6 years old and it is a lot quieter than the Shoei. Maybe it is due to the fact that it is a modular. Overall fit and comfort are very good. Just wish it was quieter. Was expecting a lot more considering the cost of the helmet.Read All Reviews
Edward in ID
I was in the market for a dual sport style helmet when I ride my DR650. I read reviews from the AFX FX-39 (same as FLY Trekker and MSR Xpedition), I liked the price of those and the features but two things I didnt like with those. One was the fit, they are round shaped and i have a more oval shaped head. The other thing I didnt like about the AFX/FLY/MSR was the visor when flipped up sits in your field of vision. I tried on the Arai XD4 the Arai and as with all Arai helmets the front of the helmet (that you look thru) is small and blocks a lot of peripheral vision, not something good for street riding. On top of that the Arai is way overpriced. I started looking at the reviews of the LS2 and after reading about the good things people had to say about them I bought one. The oval shape fits perfect on my head. Its a little tight when you pull the helmet over your ears but fits great when its on. The cheek pads are tight but like all helmets they will break in, if the not the company offers smaller pads. The visor flips up and out of the field of vision, and i have what must be a newer visor on the one i got as earlier models had an air gap in the front nose of the visor, mine does not, it fits down tightly when closed. I bought the high viz yellow which is actually a nice color and has some nice looking LS2 graphic logos on it so its not all one plain color. I havent had time to ride test the helmet as its snowing here, but will report back later on the performance. All in all I am impressed with this dual sport helmet.Read All Reviews
MICHAEL in NM
The face shiels are great you have clear for nite and smoke for the day. The sizeing seems to be a little small for our big american heads. The only flaw that I have found is they like to use small pieces of plastic trim that are a little to dainty. I am not gentile on my equipment and need to have a trim piece replaced. The finish is excelent. My headset mounted easily.Read All Reviews
Mike in California
I tried some of the less expensive models first and this helmet is much better than anything else i've found. Really light weight and great features like the flip down sun shad and adjustable vents. My only complaints are that i'm a size large in a sumoy dirt bike helmet and an extra large with this helmet. Seems odd i have to go a size up. I also wish i could buy some different size cheek pads, but they don't seem to be available in the U.S.Read All Reviews
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