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Old 10-02-2012, 04:30 PM   #1
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Inexpensive helmet with smaller shell sizes.

OK so many of you have met me and know I am a bit on the diminutive side.. I wear a size small helmet but I want a new one that doesn't make me look like a bobblehead.

When I say inexpensive I mean around low 200ish
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No? Nothing at all?
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Old 10-05-2012, 10:27 PM   #3
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Scorpion's exo-700 seems to be a more narrow design...

It depends more on your headshape and what riding experience the helmet is built around. I think you might need to know a little bit more about helmet design and function before just going out and buying one that looks good.
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Nexx makes narrow shells and they are SUPER light..
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Nexx makes narrow shells and they are SUPER light..
He's not asking about narrow....he asking about the physical size of the helmet.
Nexx only makes 3 shell sizes so i wouldn't go with them for a smaller shell.

Have you checked out Shoei's? they have 5 shell sizes to accommodate what you are looking for. they are a little over your price range but well worth every penny.

and if not Check out Icons new Armada Line they are noticeably smaller shell sizes.

We have both brands in stock if you want to swing by and try them on!
And if you want some info on helmet design and fit talk to Clayton He has been trained on pretty much every helmet we carry
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Old 10-09-2012, 02:02 PM   #6
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OK so many of you have met me and know I am a bit on the diminutive side.. I wear a size small helmet but I want a new one that doesn't make me look like a bobblehead.

When I say inexpensive I mean around low 200ish
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I wear a small helmet and have a hat size of 6 3/4 - 6 7/8... My old Shoei fit fine & my Bell Ride Smart-1 Victory is an awesome helmet and the best bang for your $$$!! No bobblehead effect from either!

http://www.motorcyclecloseouts.com/s...rcycle+helmets
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