Part No: AF M10 Status: Available
- DOT approved
- Zinc alloy chin bar latching mechanism
- One-handed chinbar operation
- QR1 quick release shield system
- Padded D ring retention system
- Ultra plush removable/washable interior
- Adjustable chin and top vents
- UV protective clear coating, protecting paint and graphics
Some helmets shown with optional shields. Clear shields are standard. 3X in black only.
Available Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X
|Chrome QR1 Quick Release Mirror Shield||QR100050|
|Blue QR1 Quick Release Mirror Shield||QR100012|
|Black/Chrome QR1 Quick Release Gradient Mirror Shield||QR100055|
|Blue QR1 Quick Release High Definition Shield||QR100HD7|
|Yellow QR1 Quick Release High Definition Shield||QR100HD3|
|Smoke QR1 Quick Release Standard Shield||QR100015|
|Clear QR1 Quick Release Standard Shield||QR100010|
|Smoke QR1 Quick Release Zero Fog Shield||QR1ZF015|
|Clear QR1 Quick Release Zero Fog Shield||QR1ZF010|
Better than an $800 Schuberth
Yes, I have both and prefer the Fulmer. The Schuberth does not a have a D-ring, allowing it to be locked to your bike. Also, you can't ride with the shield cracked slightly open it's either wide open or shut tight. Yes it's quiet with the vent closed, but it's like having your head in a thermos bottle - no air at all and humidity buildup. Oh, and what's the cost of a new shield? $100.
Comfortable, modular, well vented
I've had this helmet now for 3 years and it has been comfortable and functional. The modular element makes it easy to keep the helmet on when running errands. It's great at stoplights to during a hot commute to get extra air. The only issue is the button has taken some wear but it still works and locks in place.