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DOT Approved: Yes
Gender: Men's
Helmet Graphic or Solid: Solid Color
Helmet Model: Zox Chopper Helmets
Helmet Style: Half Helmet
Manufacturer Part Number: Z88-10011
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DOT Approved: Yes
Gender: Boy's, Girl's
Helmet Graphic or Solid: Solid Color
Helmet Model: Zox Sonic Junior Helmets
Helmet Style: Full Face Helmet
Manufacturer Part Number: 88-34932
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We understand that protecting your head is the highest priority in terms of safety, so it’s no surprise that a motorcycle helmet is the most vital piece of protection you can wear. At J&P Cycles, we strongly recommend that every rider wear a helmet, because we want to see you riding for years to come. So what type of helmet should I wear? What makes a helmet safe and right for you? These questions have confused not just beginner riders, but even veteran riders. There are a few factors that play a major role in defining what route you should take when choosing a riding helmet. Style, fit, safety ratings, budget and plenty more factors all come into play.

Motorcycle Helmet Styles

How and where you ride can decide what style helmets will make riding more enjoyable. For example, a long distance touring rider will have different demands out of a helmet than a track racer or a rider taking a long cruise to the next rally. Luckily there are many helmets built for virtually every riding scenario. 

Full Face – Full face helmets are the safest and for that reason they are the most popular style of motorcycle helmets and can be worn for almost any type of riding. No matter what your riding style is, commuter, racer, tourer or cruiser, a full face helmet is a great choice. The design of a full face helmet offers complete coverage, with a chin bar and a shield protecting your face. 

Half Helmets/Open Face Helmets – If you want a little wind in your face; a half helmets or an open face helmet gives you the feeling of freedom with protection included. If you ride a Harley or metric cruiser, a half helmet may be what you are really looking for without the captive feeling of a full face helmet.

Modular Helmets – Giving you full coverage when you need it and an open face when you want it; modular helmet or flip-up helmets are extremely flexible with the ability to turning a full face helmet into an open face helmet by flipping up the chin bar. If you’re on a scenic backroad, take in the view with the open face option but when it’s time to get on the highway, just pull the chin down and get full face protection. Modular Helmets are popular amongst adventure and touring riders, you can get the best of both worlds with a flip up helmet. 

Helmet Safety Ratings

How do you know if a helmet is considered safe? The motorcycle helmets safety standards are set by three primary organizations: DOT, ECE and Snell. Every helmet page in J&P Cycles will say the ratings of the helmet. Some helmets are rated for one, while some for two and others are rated by all three standards. Each organization has different methods on how they achieve their ratings, but in general, ECE and Snell are considered a higher rating than DOT.

Helmet Budget

“How much will the helmet cost me?” there’s no real easy answer here, but the best answer is “How much is your head worth?”. You don’t need to have the most expensive helmet, to be safe with quality helmet. However, respected brands like AGV, Arai, Bell, GMAX, ICON, Shoei, and others spend endless number of hours dedicated to testing and providing the safest helmet available and often have affordable styles. They may be a bit more expensive than an entry level lid, but you’re getting proven science and protection behind the helmet.

Helmet Features

Other things that factor into helmet price are the features. Removable sweat-wicking liners, tinted shields, shell construction, internal sun visors, ventilation, Bluetooth compatibility are all features that can be found on various helmets. The best way to approach buying a helmet is figure out what features you need most for your style of riding, and find a helmet within your price range that has what you need but remember, the more features you want, the higher the price may be.


Motorcycle Helmet Care 

Motorcycle Helmets ,from plain black, motorcycle half helmets to full-face motorcycle helmets with cool graphics, we have got you covered! Our huge selection of styles like beanie helmets, modular helmets, and open-face helmets is sure to have something for everyone. We know that choosing a motorcycle helmet is a very important decision and safety is your primary concern. Helmets are specifically designed to protect you from major impact during an accident. D.O.T. approved helmets are tested for safety and provide you with the best possible protection. If you have been in an accident, your helmet should be replaced. If you have dropped your helmet several times this can affect its ability to protect you as well. Motorcycle Helmets are made from a variety of different materials. A Carbon fiber motorcycle helmet is very popular among riders today.

Motorcycle Helmet Sizing

What you choose is up to, but make sure your motorcycle helmet fits correctly and that you fasten the chip strap securely when wearing it. Fast hooks are available to make fastening and releasing your helmet a breeze. Keep your motorcycle helmet clean and look for scratches from time to time to make sure your helmet is in good condition. Have trouble knowing your helmet size? J&P Cycles® has a motorcycle helmet measurement video that will hopefully help. A few sizing tips include. 1. Measure your head with a tape measures about 1” above your eyebrows. 2. Remember, the helmet is to protect your head so it should fit snuggly so it does not pop off on contact. 3. Measure several times to make sure you get precise results and get the same result several times. Having someone help you measure also helps. You want the helmet to be comfortable, as well as fit correctly, so you don’t want it too tight.


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