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Motorcycle Helmets with a Wide Visor

It’s worth buying a helmet with a wide visor. They give better peripheral vision which is great for improved visibility and a more involved riding experience. It’s also important for spotting more hazards on the street and if you’re a trackday rider, for being aware of the riders around you. All in all, helmets with larger visor apertures are just better.

Human vision can only extend around 200-220 degrees horizontally or 130-135 degrees vertically, so if you go for a helmet with a wide visor, those are the max figures you’re looking out for. Many helmet brands simply state their helmet’s got a wide visor or wider peripheral vision, but where they quote figures, we’ll include them in the review.

So, if a helmet has a particularly wide visor, then it’ll be included in the reviews and articles below.

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...

Arai Chaser V Review (aka Arai Vector 2 in the US)

Arai Chaser V review. For other motorcycle crash helmet reviews, visit our All Crash Helmet Reviews section or our Only SHARP 4 or 5 Star Helmet Reviews section....

Roof Crash Helmets Review: The Boxer Classic

Summary: the original flip-up dual homologated bad ass Roof helmet. Comfy, quiet, quirky, 4 star SHARP tested, quiet(ish), mean-looking and surprisingly practical. SHARP 4...
Arai RX7 GP crash helmet

Arai RX-7 GP: Motorcycle Helmet Reviews

Summary Top quality construction, vents that really work, quiet and good peripheral vision. Worth the price (if you can afford it!) Sharp 4 Star Safety Rating All-day-long...

Shoei Qwest – New Crash Helmets for Sale

Summary: The Shoei Qwest has been around since 2010, replacing the Raid 2. Based on lots of  info on crash helmets around t'interweb, here's...