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Default All About Helmet Types, Head Shapes and More in a Video by Our Experts

Wearing a high-quality helmet every time you ride your bike is crucial for your safety. You need to protect your head that can sustain serious and even life-threatening injuries in case of a crash. Your helmet needs to be suitable for your riding style and type of bike. Not only that. It needs to sit snugly on your head to perform its functions properly.

But how can you be sure to get a perfect-fitting helmet when ordering one online? Our in-house expert Greg will try to answer this question in our newest video about motorcycle helmet fitment. He will break down six main types of motorcycle helmets, their features, advantages, and drawbacks. He will explain how to measure your head size correctly and how to determine its shape. All that and more in this video:

Here are the helmets featured in the video:

BellŪ - Pit Boss Half Shell Helmet -

BellŪ - Riot Open Face Helmet -

Shark HelmetsŪ - Race-R Pro Carbon Replica Zarco GP DE France Full Face Helmet -

ShoeiŪ - Neotec II Modular Helmet -

BellŪ - MX-9 Adventure MIPS Marauder Dual Sport Helmet -

6D HelmetsŪ - ATR-2 Stripe Off-Road Helmet -

Go to the product page for more information.
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