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  • Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Motorcycle Helmet

    Scorpion EXO-900 Transformer Motorcycle Helmet


    Head gear

    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.

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  • Nitro FW-369 Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    Nitro FW-369 Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    MIKE in ID

    Size is way off

    Good looking helmet, but couldn't try it out because the size is way off. Ordered XL and it fits like a small. Had to send it back.

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  • HJC IS-Max BT Full-Face Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    HJC IS-Max BT Full-Face Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    Mike in Ohio

    look for something else

    This helmet looks and feels cheap. The one I got has messed up logos and the seals look and feel worthless.

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  • AGV AX-8 Dual EVO Helmet

    AGV AX-8 Dual EVO Helmet

    Douglas in NH

    Very quiet

    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.

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  • Shoei Neotec Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    Shoei Neotec Modular Motorcycle Helmet

    John in TX

    Was expecting a a lot more

    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.

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  • Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet

    Bell Revolver EVO Motorcycle Helmet

    Ken in Utah

    super small fit

    I came in the the store to try on this helmet, as the other reviews had been positive. I could barely close the faceplate, my chin and nose were being crushed against it. the wraparound cheekbone protection is so tight as to be highly claustrophobic. Do not buy without a try on, and size it 2 above your other brand helmet.

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When it comes to motorcycle helmets, this is the right place. We offer an incredible selection of the best helmets in the industry.

There are many types of motorcycles, and there are just about as many types of helmets out there. Of course, there is a lot of crossover between helmets, and you aren’t limited by the type of bike you ride. But we’ve done our best to categorize our products to help you find the helmet that’s perfect for you.

Sport bike helmets feature a streamlined design to enhance performance while providing maximum protection. They’re full face helmets engineered to be both lightweight and extra strong, with visors that offer a combination of clarity as well as strength. There are also modular helmets which offer great protection while still providing the benefits of open face helmets for certain circumstances.

Cruiser helmets are built for comfort. This is where you’ll find the most variation in designs – full face, modular, open face and half helmets. In this case, pick your preference and go from there. Many cruiser helmets offer protection without sacrificing the all-important feel of air in your face as you head down the road. They’re classic helmets that maintain the nostalgic classic feel of motorcycles throughout the past century.

Adventure touring helmets are largely hybrids of street and dirt. Both full face and motocross helmets are designed for an optimal riding experience in their respective elements, and adventure touring helmets incorporate elements of both to give their riders the best of both worlds. When shopping for a helmet like this, it comes down to your personal street-to-dirt ratio. It’s all up to you!

Touring helmets feature an emphasis on long-distance requirements. If you’re going to be on your bike for long periods of time, you’re going to want something comfortable. But at the same time, if you’re going to be on highways, sharing the road with many other vehicles, you’re also going to want something that offers adequate protection in the event of an accident. Touring helmets do a great job with both.

Safety is a serious matter, and nothing is more important than a quality motorcycle helmet. Not only do we want you to keep your head safe, we want you to look good as well. When you browse our inventory, you see that there are plenty of choices with a variety of styles and colors. You’ll find variations of the primary helmet types – full face, modular, open face and half – but you’ll also see a number of design options, from conservative single-tone colors to flashy graphics that will really make a statement.

At Jake Wilson, we’re proud to offer you many choices so you get the motorcycle helmet that’s right for your riding needs as well as your style. On this page, we’ve highlighted a number of different options. You can utilize this table to jump right to the type of helmet that matches the type of bike you ride.

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Browse our extensive selection of motorcycle helmets. You’ll find the perfect option for you, and you’ll discover why Jake Wilson truly is known for everything street.