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Old 12-22-2008, 04:19 PM   #1
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Keep wind out helmet?

Is there something i can buy to keep wind from blowing up into my helmet from the chin? Its the only thing thats making me cold. I have i neo mask but it barely helps
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Old 12-22-2008, 04:20 PM   #2
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I wear a fluffy scarf, and I make sure to tuck it up in my helmet. My face never gets cold.
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Old 12-22-2008, 04:20 PM   #3
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what kind of helmet?

Some manifacturs have add-ons you can buy, check out there website



edit: or wear a fluffy scarf like stated above
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Old 12-22-2008, 04:23 PM   #5
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Lol its a joe rocket rkt...
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baclava... or i had some kinda leather/fleece triangle/bandana thing that worked really well.
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borrow squoddy's fluffly scarf....
Then what would I wear? No way.

It's EASY to make! Buy a strip of your favorite polar fleece. Cut it 6-8" x 48". If you want the frills (I do) then cut the bottom edges into strips, careful to make sure they are perfectly even, about 1/3" wide X 6".

To WEAR the scarf properly, fold it in half, wrap it around your neck with the folded side in front. Pull the frilly ends through the fold, and VOILA! You now have your own fluffy scarf! Tuck it in your jacket and zip it up. I bet they even make a polar fleece with motorcycles on it!
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I have a suggestion that Scotty hates....take a face towel and tuck it in the helmet in front of your mouth (no don't gag yourself) and this will create a barrier....keeps the cold air out & the warm air in....down side if if you are sitting @ a light you will fog the visor if you don't crack it a lil
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Then what would I wear? No way.

It's EASY to make! Buy a strip of your favorite polar fleece. Cut it 6-8" x 48". If you want the frills (I do) then cut the bottom edges into strips, careful to make sure they are perfectly even, about 1/3" wide.

To WEAR the scarf properly, fold it in half, wrap it around your neck with the folded side in front. Pull the frilly ends through the fold, and VOILA! You now have your own fluffy scarf! Tuck it in your jacket and zip it up. I bet they even make a polar fleece with motorcycles on it!
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Old 12-22-2008, 04:40 PM   #14
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Seriously, though, make yourself a scarf. Tuck it up in your helmet, you won't be disappointed.

I don't have any trouble with my visor fogging up, either, but I don't know why. Maybe it's that funny part that covers my nose...
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took a bit.. this is what I use (when I can remember where I stored it for the summer)

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You should construct/sew/bake me a hot, single, clean female that likes short, fat ugly, white guys!!!!
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Okay, but she's going to look a lot like a blow-up sheep.
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Hey ryne the holes in it make it look like its supposed to keep me cool. But i need to stay warm
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There are several different variations of this same type of product. Different manufacturers may not put any holes in them at all.........You just have to look around.
Let me see what I can find. I have a few minutes to kill before I leave work!!!

However, the link I posted is for the MOTRAX Wind Stop Helmet Skirt......notice the wind stop part in the name....I don't have this one, so I can't personally vouch for it though
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