Construction: Seamless injection-molded ABS outer shell, shock-absorbing EPS inner shell and a removable, hand-stitched removable comfort liner with open-cell foam and brushed Lycra construction. The chinstrap is adorned with brushed Lycra material on touch points and features a flat D-ring fastener with an adjustable snap end retainer. Five snaps around the Gringo's eye port facilitate easy installation of a Biltwell bubble shield or Blast shield (sold separately.)
• Injection-molded ABS outer shell with hand-painted finish
• Expanded polystyrene inner shell
• Hand-sewn removable brushed Lycra liner with diamond-stitched quilted open-cell foam padding
• Meets DOT safety standards
• Internal BioFoam chin pad with hand-sewn contrast stitching
• XS through XXL sizes
I am digging this helmet. It looks better in person than on the site. The finish is excellent and I find it very comfortable, maybe a little tight in the cheek area which I'm not worried about because it is new. Average, tolerable wind noise. I wear glasses full time so I have to put the helmet on, then my glasses, then the bubble shield. I ride a bike without a windshield or fairing so the helmet does pull up at higher speeds (70 up). Because of my glasses I am now considering a Gringo S
Bad ass lid!! Fits perfect and matches my harley forty eight awesomely!! And of course I got some bad ass stickers too
If you wear glasses buy the Gringo S. Unfortunately, the Gringo S is not offered in the orange / black scallop or even the solid orange.
I love this helmet, my wife gave it to me for Christmas...Here we go 1. Sizing = Perfect for me, i normally wear a XXL and received an XXL, I wear a 7 5/8 in baseball caps, I have a Bell Custom 500 XXL (2013 Skratch model) and a Lick's NOVDOT XXL(not the newest model, one that was purchased in late 2012) and it fits awesome. The Bell fit me a bit to tight, and didnt work out on long rides, fits pretty similar to my Lick's helmet, but a little better because it has a bit of a gap which lets sunglasses slide in with out feeling pressure on your head. It sits pretty low on the forehead, i dont even need sunblock (live in Florida). note: I ride with a windshield so if you don't you will probably feel wind go in the helmet a bit, but not to much. Finish: The paint looks awesome and of good quality Chin strap: a bit closer to the neck than i'm used to but not a problem Insides: Looks awesome too me and the quality is good Cheek Pads: they press against your face without being to tight, it defintily feels more secure than my 3/4 helmets... Ohh and i have a slight oval head and my first ride was a bit more than 200 miles Hope this helps anyone who is on the fence about sizing
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