Tips For Choosing Retro Motorcycle Helmets
Retro motorcycle helmets are not about classic, but also about projecting the right style. Retro lovers generally do not want to be seen riding around in sports helmets because motorcycle is not about sports performance – it is more about the style. So you’re the proud owner of retro lovers, what crash helmet should you wear?
Your helmet is a prominent part of what other people see when they look at you riding a motorcycle. For instance if you were meeting a fellow biker at a motorcycle rally, think how easy it would be to spot you if you could tell them to look for the helmet. Wearing retro motorcycle helmets create a point of difference between you and other riders with more standard helmets. It is another form of customization; helping you to stand out from the crowd by adding a little flair to your appearance.
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So what colors are most popular? Without a doubt brown is the most common helmet color for retro motorcycle helmets. In fact retro motorcycle helmets also come in beige, white, orange or even black. Other popular colors are its shades which vary as much as your imagination will allow in terms of design and you will also see some chrome helmets which stand out from the norm. Black helmets of course can come in a gloss or a matt finish, both are popular and your choice may depend on how shiny you like your motorcycle.
The common styles of retro motorcycle helmets is the half helmet and the three quarter helmet, this is not to say a full face helmet can’t be used, we still recommend a full face helmet even for retro styles because of the added safety. For riders that choose to go with a half or three quarter helmet you may also want to consider a balaclava to keep your neck warm if you ever ride in colder conditions. If you choose a helmet without a visor it is essential that you wear either glasses or goggles – to ease the wind strain on your eyes and protect them from bugs and flying debris.
Do you already own a motorcycle helmet, but find yourself wondering if there is more to life than simply buying new retro helmet? Well you are right, there are retro motorcycle helmets accessories too. Popular accessories include helmet cam’s and Bluetooth equipment; along with retro helmet decals, ear plugs, replacement helmet liners, protective bags, products to reduce helmet fogging and many others. Different types of motorcycle helmet accessories exist, some are purely cosmetic like decals and stickers – these increase your ability to customize your helmet to your desired retro image.
If you are looking for retro motorcycle helmets, there offer a comprehensive range where you should find something that suits you. Including half shell helmets, three quarter styled helmets and full face helmets. For further information on how to choose a helmet which is right for you browse the internet which has all the information you will need to get the right fit, right ventilation and the right style.
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