Nolan Trilogy Outlaw N43

Modular N-Com Motorcycle Helmet w/ Drop Shield Sun Visor

Posted by Andy

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Nolan Trilogy Outlaw N43 How does one become an outlaw? Well, if you're Nolan, you just remove all your labels and stickers and any kind of branding that you have and create a helmet that is as pretty much in its birthday suit. But, you might ask, how will anyone know who made that helmet in case I also wish to purchase one? The answer is in their unique design, my friend. Nolan continues to push the envelope further to create a more streamlined design with every helmet.

One of the most interesting things about the Nolan N43 is the design of the face shield. From a distance, it looks like it could be an open face or 3/4 helmet. But take a second look and you'll see the chin bar securely in place. It's kind of a like a mix between the two. The face shield continues down below the chin bar which will keep wind from sneaking in. Another great feature is the drop-down integrated sun visor -- that way, you don't need to pull over and switch into your sunglasses. The main visor also accepts the Pinlock anti-fog insert which will keep you seeing clear even when it's cold outside. The N43 is N-COM ready, making it easy to talk to your passenger (as long as they have an N-COM helmet, too). This modular helmet uses the GE Lexan chinbar, which is EPS lined and mounted with strong stainless steel latches. The N43 passes the tests for full face helmets of the European standard ECE-2205 as well as DOT. With ample, stylish vents, this helmet will cool you down easily.

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