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The Best Harley Davidson Helmets

By Edited May 31, 2015 1 1

The Best Harley Davidson Helmets

When it comes down to branding of the protective equipment, and accessories that go along with motorcycles, Harley Davidson has all of the competition under its belt. From their Harley Davidson helmets to their branded socks, this company has this area of attire advertisement in the bag. However, with such a large selection of models, it may be quite difficult to know which Harley Davidson helmets will suit you best! This company makes models for both men and women, and does a great job at doing so. This article lists 5 types of Harley Davidson helmets, and the most popular models within each type; use it as a guide when you are ready to make a purchase, and you will surely be satisfied with what you have bought.

The Best Mens Half Harley Davidson Helmets

These models are the ones that give the rider that "tough" look that the loud exhaust pipes emphasize. These models of Harley Davidson helmets cover the top half of your head, but leave the bottom half uncovered so that you can have the maximum vision available, and the highest degree of comfort. Although their protection is roughly the same throughout all of their models, these models have the best designs for the best price!

Souless Hybrid Ultra-Light $199.99

Cremator $109.99

Hi-Vis $124.99

Ride Ready Hybrid $199.99

Bar & Shield Logo Boneyard $124.99

The Best Womens Half Harley Davidson Helmets

Although individuals riding these vehicles were always envisioned as being males, progression in society has led Harley Davidson helmets to be available in womens models. These still possess that same "tough" look that the mens models possess, but definitely do so in a lady-like manner. Boasting colors like pink, red, and orange allow these models to show of the feminine side of motorcycle riding that rarely gets exemplified.

Fall Miss Enthousiast $112.49

Dusty Roads $89.99

Harley Diva $139.99

Pink Label Classic $179.99

Sassy $129.99

The Best 3/4 Harley Davidson Helmets With Shield

Although having the wind blow in your face may be a great feeling, it can get quite painful and annoying when you are going 100 klm/hour for longer than 20 minutes at a time. These Harley Davidson helmets have a visor and shield that can be retracted; they will give you the same vision and open feeling, while eliminating the painful feeling of wind to your face at high speeds for long periods of time.

Mens 3/4 With Retractable 189.99

Jet II $179.99

Womens Skyline $89.99

Womens Bling Skyline $99.99

Womens Skyline 3/4 $104.99

The Best Open Face Harley Davidson Helmets

These are the choice of many riders that want the best of both world; they cover about 3/4 of your head. They allow the wind to blow in your face, while covering your ears from the potential loud exhaust pipes of your bike! These models of Harley Davidson helmets are definitely in demand, and offer designs that emphasize the common "tough" look that is common among riders of these motorcycles, while maintaining a classy appeal.

Mens Carbon Kevlar Ultra Jet $209.99

Mens Stock 3/4 $179.99

Mens Ultra Jet $184.99

The Best Full Face Harley Davidson Helmets

Although it is rarely seen while riding a cruiser styled vehicle, some individual choose to wear full face Harley Davidson helmets. These can be extremely valuable if you are an individual that chooses to ride when the temperature falls below 10 degrees Celsius because they will keep your head, face, and most importantly ears very warm. They also give the rider a sportier feeling that will definitely keep them more alert, and keep their morale up.

Mens Souless Modular $274.99

Mens Ride Ready Modular $299.99

FXRG Full Face $329.99

Mens Stealth Flame $269.99

Womens Skyline Full Face $229.99

Whether you own a sporty Yamaha or a cruising Harley, these models are sought upon by many individuals, and definitely provide style, comfort, and brand identification. While there are many different types of head gear available by this make, this article lists the top 5 types, as well as the most popular models within each type. You should definitely take a look at these models before you make a purchase, as they will leave you with the most satisfaction for the longest period of time!

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Comments

Sep 22, 2010 11:02am
eileen
Gee you have done your homework on these motorbike helmets, thanks for sharing.
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