When it comes to choosing a motorcycle helmet, of course, there are many options to choose from. From today's three-quarter shell and half shell helmets, there seems to be a style to suit every rider's taste and comfort level.
Choosing the right helmet depends on your taste. Here is a brief description of each basic helmet style to help you make the best decision. You can check out various helmets at www.sharkleathers.com.au/.
It features a hard shell that extends from the forehead at the top of the skull to the base of the skull at the top of the neck. This tough protective shell also moves forward along the cheekbones to cover the jawline and chin.
Full face helmets are generally considered the safest of all styles as they cover the largest area of
the rider's head and face. However, their main drawback is that they are the heaviest of all helmet types and can cause neck fatigue in high winds or for extended periods.
There are two distinct styles in the full-face helmet category: racing helmets, which are very stylish and lightweight; and Dirt Bike Helmets, which are the lightest version of the full-face helmet available. Since it does not have a visor, glasses are recommended.