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Just Motorcycle Helmets with Sun Visors

Many helmets come with integral sun visors these days. These are tinted polycarbonate visors that drop down from inside the shell of the helmet and have a cut-out for your nose. They’re usually operated by a slider to the left hand side of the helmet or on the crown.

Here’s tons more info on drop down sun visors. But if you’re fed up of swapping visors or getting caught out by the sun, then we highly recommend buying a helmet with an integral sun visor.

If you’re convinced, all the helmets below come with a sun visor.


A Review of the HJC R-PHA Max Crash Helmet

Summary The RPHA Max is a modular/flip-up helmet that’s well liked by most owners. It’s comfortable, well put together, pretty quiet and light for a...

A look at the MT Flux helmet

MT is reckoned to be a massive name in Spain and becoming increasingly recognised over here in Blighty. And with flip-up helmets becoming more...

Caberg Ego Motorcycle Helmet Review

Summary Caberg are a pretty well known Italian crash helmet manufacturer, producing mid-to-lower priced helmets. Here's some more background on Caberg. The Caberg Ego is...

Shoei GT Air crash helmet review

Summary: the Shoei GT-Air is an expensive, well-built, premium priced full faced helmet that's quiet and comfortable. It has an integral sun visor and...

Nolan N104 Motorcycle Helmet Review: Billys Crash Helmets

Summary: A well constructed flip-up helmet with no massive foibles. Useful internal sun visor, good ventilation and great Pinlock anti-fog visor. The only moans...

Nolan N85 full face helmet review

Summary: A good quality, medium priced full faced helmet that features an integral sun visor and Pinlock anti-fog visor. It's also SHARP 4 star...

Caberg V2RR Crash Helmet Review

Summary: A low cost 5 star SHARP safety rated helmet. It has a polycarbonate shell with integral sun visor and it's well liked by...

Helmet Reviews: Lazer Monaco Flip up Review

Lazer Monaco review: crash helmets for sale section. For other helmet reviews choose either all crash helmet reviews or only SHARP 4 & 5...

Shark Evoline 3 crash helmet review

The Shark Evoline 3 was launched early 2012 and is a little lighter than it's predecessor (though still relatively heavy because of the extra...