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The design of the AGV Horizon largely reflects that of the Stealth SV, which it replaces in the line. Inspired by the lines that have characterized the innovations by AGV for several years now, it features a narrow, streamlined chin guard, the channels in the shell (derived from the IVS used in the RACE helmets), evident lines and edges on the sides. The spoiler adds an aggressive and dynamic touch to the design and improves the ventilation, aerodynamics and stability of the helmet. The removal of the holes and lateral grids not only gives the AGV Horizon a more compact look, but has made it possible to reduce turbulence and improve the aerodynamics.

Features:

  • Shell: Carbonglass (Fiberglass and carbon shell)
  • Shell Sizes: 2
  • EPS Liner: Multi-density
  • Ventilation System: IVS (Integrated Ventilation System) with channels formed directly in the outer shell and dynamic system with air vents and rear extractors
  • Interior: Dry-Lex with sanitizing treatment
  • Internal Padding: Completely removable and washable
  • Removable chin curtain and breath deflector included
  • Faceshield: GT2 clear visor in optical class 1
  • Faceshield: Non-scratch and anti-fog polycarbonate with 100% protection from UV radiation
  • Visor Mechanism: XQRS (Extra Quick Release System) visor removal and replacement without tools in just a few seconds
  • Internal Sunshield: Drop down ISV (Internal Sun Visor) is non-scratch and anti-fog polycarbonate
  • Retention System: Double D
  • Safety Certification: DOT and ECE 22.05
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AGV Horizon Helmet - Solids 4.1 5 46 46
Great bang for the buck! I have worn many helmets but the AGV Horizon is by far the most comfortable and best looking. It hugs the face perfectly and has great airflow. The space right by the mouth for the microphone is extremely convenient and helps during long trips. I highly recommend this product to anyone who wants a high quality helmet for a steal of a price! August 17, 2015
Comfortable fit Comfortable wear. although the padding in the back of the helmet comes out and always needs adjustments. other than that it is great quality and very comfortable. August 10, 2015
Very happy I am very happy with the helmet. It is true to size, as quiet as the Shoei R-1000 I am replacing. The style is aggressive. I like the internal visor, and I have found it very comfortable around town with the main visor up and the internal down. There is a good deal of wind protection from the internal visor. Airflow could be more. July 29, 2015
Bought it for internal air flow but disappointed Bought this helmet for the internal air flow since I live in FL; however, it does not appear to make any difference if the vent is open or closed. I've expected more. in addition, the internal visor have a tendency to get caught and failed to work properly. The lever to flip it up and down doesn't work properly and I don't even get to go out much. Pick a different model or brand.... not worth it. Worst of it all is that I bought two.... :( July 28, 2015
A lot of little problems. This helmet is the sum of a million problems that completely overshadow what may otherwise be a good product. I find myself annoyed every time I put on the helmet, strap it up and take it off. Frankly, for me, this was a gigantic regret of a purchase, even when I got it on closeout pricing. First, the good. I really like the look of this helmet and this was probably the biggest deciding factor for me originally. It has a semi-aggressive styling that's clean and sleek. The padding is also a good material, though it comes super-stiff. Second, the neutral-to-bad. This helmet does have quite a bit of features. But most of them aren't executed all that well or feel cheap. Many helmets priced $100 less have the same features. For instance, the flip-down sun visor only covers about half your vision and the vents, even when open, do not provide much air flow. Also, the mechanism to remove the visor is strangely aggravating in that it's not a quick release like most others are. There's a tab to push and then you almost need to twist the visor off (feeling like you're going to break it in the mean time). Third, the bad and the annoying. And there's a lot of bad (in no particular order): -The visor does not have a cracked setting. It's either open two inches or closed. -The visor also doesn't have a good seal, allowing quite a bit of wind noise. -The slider for the front vent can not be accessed if you are wearing the helmet with the chin curtain. -The chin curtain doesn't strap in on the sides and therefore comes undone at random times. -The cheek pads aren't snapped in on the bottom, they are merely slid into a slot which is fairly easy to pull out. -The forehead padding is not attached to the helmet at all, so when you put the helmet on, you push the padding up and it's nearly impossible to pull back down. -The chin strap has little comfort padding the snap itself is so close to the helmet it is hard to snap in place even without gloves on. Overall, I feel that if this helmet were priced in the $100-150 range it would fit right in. But for $300+ (or $250+ on closeout) it fails miserably. June 20, 2015
okay for what you pay for The styling on this is probably it's best feature. The second would be the rasy release face shield. The flip down visir is easy to use but not an ideal shape or shade for keeping the rays out of your eyes. While it gets good airflow the vent in the mouth piece lets to much air in when open. The air isn't directed well so it hoes into your eyes as if the faceshield were up. The noise level is more than I would like but it does not shift dramatically when you turn your head which is a plus. Over all it is worth what I paid for it though and is a solid helmet. May 25, 2015
Almost perfect with a quick fix. (Phillips head Screw driver needed to fix whistling sound.) The whistling can be fixed very easily by adjusting the visor bracket screws. Just adjust the bracket so that it pulls the visor in when closed and check with a piece of paper between the gasket and the visor when fully closed. If there is a gap you must readjust until air tight (paper doesn't go in between rubber and visor.) Tighten the screws to make sure all gaps are closed and double check with your paper. Problem solved right out the box. Once you fix that issue the only other thing to really complain about is the Double D Ring system. It will sometimes rub against the left side of your jaw line. It's not that bad as long as you don't tighten it too much. And I mean really tight. Inner sun shield is now one of my must have features. I have had a few friends get stuck with either a clear visor during a sunny day and a tinted visor at night. It really is just one less thing to worry about. Fits narrow to oval shape heads. Air noise is under the usual amount as long as you have a good seal around the neck and base of the padding in the helmet. Air flow is good as long as your going 40mph and up. If you like to crack the visor open at stops or lights or in traffic then you want to use the blue tabs that come extra with the helmet in the accessory bag. They let the visor cracked open enough to cool off when stopped. Visor will fog up in certain situations. All you have to do is open the visor all the way for a couple seconds at speed and that will clear it up. The main reason I bought this was because after all my research, this helmet looked to be the most aerodynamic while not breaking my wallet and having the features I wanted in my helmet.Cfxdxdxcgggxxdddxcf ft ggxxdct ft g xxddr c May 10, 2015
All around great helmet! The internal sun visor was the initial draw, then upon viewing the revzilla review video the icing on the cake was the quality of the internal liner and the ready speaker holes and removable chin guard area for a boom mic. The neutral to round shape is also a better fit for my dome. Better than average comfort and functionality. It boasts an aggressive look. As a side note, I installed the Sena 3s-b bluetooth speaker/intercom which I also purchased for a great price here at revzilla and the fit was perfect for this helmet. June 9, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
M O: My old Icon Variant which I loved became loose from age and daily use. Needed a replacement which would look better on my sportbike since I was riding that more than my dual sport. Tried 3 different helmets including the shoei rf1200 and Icon Airmada but none of them fit well because I have a flat head in the back (blame my parents for laying me on my back as a baby). This one was the only one in which the chin guard would not hit my face upon applying pressure to the front. Jul 14, 2015
Chris W: Was in need of a new helmet, good price and look. Jun 19, 2015
M. Afzal J: The horizon shares a lot of design elements from many higher-end AGV helmets, and for the price it's a great value. Compared it with the K3 SV, but went with the horizon as the former lacks the rear spoiler. May 20, 2015
Braden K: Wanted High Vis Helmet for rounder head with build in sun shade. This should do well... as long as it fits best of the ones I orderd May 5, 2015
Robert T: I picked this helmet because it looks great and is reasonably priced. May 4, 2015
kevin v: This helmet has everything I needed in it for only $250. Apr 1, 2015
Mike F: Design, ratings, price. Mar 19, 2015
Austin P: Valentino Rossi wears AGV/internal sun visor Mar 2, 2015
greg s: Great value, good fit and features Jan 29, 2015
Yuval P: Great reviews, good price. Dec 16, 2014
Alfredo D: Great reviews online and a few of friends have the brand and they all love their helmets. I'm hoping to enjoy this one as well Dec 5, 2014
Roger C: Great helmet at a Great Price! Dec 1, 2014
Antonio V: Price and fitment. Nov 11, 2014
james w: a good review on webbikeworld. good info and selection at revzilla. i hope it performs as well the review indicates. May 27, 2014
Brad B: Overall function & looks. Italian made. Mar 3, 2014
Dylan Y: Looks great and also great air flow for hot summer days. Defiantly recommend A+++ Feb 28, 2014
drew b: visor, style, aerodynamics, quiet, brand Dec 2, 2013
Diane D: I wanted an "aggressive" look to my helmet and chose the AGV Horizon. Sits just right on my head and I've also bedazzled the entire helmet to give it the style that suits me. It sure is a head turner everywhere I go. Sep 2, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm right between a large and an extra-large, should I order a little bit small or a little bit big? Jan 28, 2013
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Bryan J: I'd suggest going a size down. As you wear your helmet the padding will "break in" to your heads shape and fit a little looser. It's important to have a snug fit so going too large can compromise the performance of the helmet in a wreck. But if you find you don't like the bit you can always return it and get the other size. Mar 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Short answer? Large. 99% of the time when someone is in between sizes, we recommend going with the smaller of the two. Helmets fit best when they are "comfortably snug," and since they break in - going with the smaller of the two sizes is your best chance at finding the ideal fit. Jan 31, 2013
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Geir K: I followed that advice with my Shark helmet and after about 45 minutes riding, the headache kicked in. Everytime I rode. My nice, EXPENSIVE helmet was turned into a medieval torture tool. And now it was too late to return it. So I would go up a size. Apr 22, 2014
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Jesse M: If you can fit into a size smaller comfortably, thats the route you take. I often find I am inbetween sizes on certain brands. The make model of the hlmet often effect which hlmet fits and how it fits. Aug 18, 2013
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Yamabob: I'd recommend going with the one that's a little bit smaller. It should break in a bit and loosen up over time. If it's too big it may move around when riding or even worse, come off in a crash. Jan 28, 2013
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Garrett B asked: Is there space in the ear pockets for a headset? Like a Sena SMH5-FM? Apr 6, 2015
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Matthew M: I have the cardo scala installed in mine. Fits like a dream. So yes to ear pocket cutouts. Great helmet too by the by. Only (minor) complaints i've had are i had to loctite the screws holding the visor tension assembly in, and the neck curtain blocks access to the front air intake lever. Apr 6, 2015
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A s: i replaced this helmet with a SHOEI 1200. It has pockets for in helmet speakers. I don't recommend the AGV. Had problems with it. Apr 7, 2015
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Jesus G: Yes, it has the space, but, does not have something to cover it, like the AX 8 evo naked, so is a little bit uncomfortable Apr 6, 2015
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Jason W: Yes. Standard round cutouts with removable spacers. Also has cutout in face guard for mic. I'm running a Sena SMH-10R Apr 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: I would like to know which internal sun visor ships with the helmet? Dec 25, 2014
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Drew B: did you remove the clear plastic film that comes on the inner visor? Because if not, then it distorts your vision. I have this helmet and both visors are crystal clear... Jun 23, 2015
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Michael M: I'm not sure if there are different options but I would describe it as medium dark, maybe 60% compared to other visors I have (40% light transmission). Dec 30, 2014
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Kevin J: My solid black AGV Horizon helmet came with a smoke grey internal visor. I later purchased an iridium gold visor to replace it... Dec 30, 2014
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A s: I do not recommend this helmet. The internal visor is not well made and is distorts your vision when using it. Dec 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: does this helmet come with curtain? Nov 2, 2014
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Kevin J: This helmet does have a removable chin curtain. Well built, and stays put, but makes it tricky to open up up the mouth vents with gloves on... kev Nov 2, 2014
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Bill H: Yes it does. Other than that it's awesome definitely one of my favorite helmets. Got alot of compliments on it too. Nov 2, 2014
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Michael M: Yes, it does. Easily installed and removed when needed, too. Nov 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm currently looking to purchase a new helmet, as my current one has seen its day.
I'm going between the AGV Horizon and the AGV Skyline, as I know they are shaped a bit differently.
My current helmet is a rather old Arai Quantum 2, and it fits me (or, it did a few years ago, before the padding got worn in by 40k miles) perfectly.
Which of these would be the closer fit to that shape helmet? I believe it is classified as a "Round Oval"?
Jun 2, 2014
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Bill H: I was very happy with my agv horizon as far as the fit, shape and especially the style. As far as the fit im pretty sure you can do the same size. I have the arai signet q as well and I wear a large in both. The agv is very comfortable and for me it almost felt like more of a custom fit to my head. Wind noise was a bit louder than I expected but if you wear headphones like I do it won't bother you. I got in an accident with it on as well and it held up great. So I'm actually going to buy the same exact helmet again. Hope the feedback helps! Jun 2, 2014
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Michael D: I wore a Shoei Quest prior to buying the AGV Horizon and the new lid fits fine so I guess my hear is a "round oval" The air circulation is way better than the Shoei and the drop down internal visor is a real plus. The only negative with the AGV is that it's louder than the Shoei. I just wear Hearos ear plugs for a 32 decimal drop in noise. Jun 11, 2014
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Samy M: Def go with the Horizon. Very good helmet air tight as well. Love it. Jun 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, is the visor pin lock ready? If not can I use pin lock with it? Jan 12, 2014
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Michael Z: No it's not pin lock ready. I've never used that set-up before so I don't know the requirements to use pin lock. But with just a quick Google search it looks like there is just two pins that hold a anti-fog shield in place.... seems like a easy DIY if you want to. Jan 15, 2014
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Jason W: It's not. I think they sell a pinlock visor option or it's only available on other models.
I live in FL where it's either very humid or raining. The anti-fog is very good but I can definitely see benefit of going pin lock.
Jan 12, 2014
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Diane D: Hello,

No it is not pin lock ready. It does have a drop down sun shield though, which is replaceable to either smoked or clear.
Jan 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend the AGV Horizon to someone with an oval shaped head, when it's described as a neutral fitting helmet? Oct 21, 2012
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RevZilla: There are three main categories that classify helmets; round oval, intermediate oval, and long oval. However, there is no set standard and all individuals have a unique head-shape. RevZilla's recommendations on shape are largely dependent on subjective customer feedback and previous helmet history. That said, this helmet fits similarly to the Shoei RF-1100 or Arai Vector 2 (which are both considered intermediate oval) in terms of front to back length.

For a personal helmet recommendation we would advise you to call and speak with one of our Gear Geeks who can ascertain some more specific information from you and hopefully guide you in the right direction.
Oct 23, 2012
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Mark B: From Anthony's description in the video I get the impression the horizon is neutral to round... But if its similar to rf1100 it should be more oval. Any comment on that?
I like the shape of rf1100 and am interested in the horizon, but thought it would be too round from the video... Sep 22, 2013
Jesse M: I have an itermediate oval head. My best fitting helmet of all time has been the Shark RSI. The extended chin helps cover my long square head. I recently bought a AGV Horizon for Sun shield versitility and because of the shape of the helmet. If you side profile the Horizon it has that long chin area much like the RSI although not quite as long. I find it very comfortable and have had no issues other then my review points. Looking at the GP techs they seem to have that same profile, I wouldnt forsee issues ordering one. Aug 18, 2013
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Mapache: Yup. I'm oval and it works well for me. It doesn't come down past the earlobes more than 1.5 inches on me, so you may want something longer in the rear though. May 21, 2013
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Omar D asked: Is this helmet PinLock ready? If not, Can I use PinLock with this helmet? Jan 12, 2014
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Barry M: Hi,
Not pinlock ready , dont know if it will fit.
Who cares .. this thing is very comfy.. love this helmet.
Barry
Jan 13, 2014
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Jesse B: Not pin lock ready,but I'm sure agv makes one that is. Feb 21, 2014
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Helmet Sizing

Size Hat Size Measurement (in)  Measurement (cm)
XS 6 5/8 - 6 3/4 20 7/8 - 21 1/4  53-54
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22  55-56
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 3/8 - 22 3/4  57-58
LG 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 23 1/8 - 23 1/2  59-60
XL 7 5/8 - 7 3/4 24 - 24 3/8  61-62
2XL 7 7/8 - 8 24 3/4 - 25 1/8  63-64
3XL n/a 25 1/2 - 26 65-66

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 847591 1301O4D0001009/1301O4D0-001-L Out of Stock
Black / MD 847590 1301O4D0001007/1301O4D0-001-M Out of Stock
Black / SM 847589 1301O4D0001005/1301O4D0-001-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 847592 1301O4D0001010/1301O4D0-001-XL Out of Stock
Black / XS 847588 1301O4D0-001-XS Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 847593 1301O4D0001011/1301O4D0-001-XXL Out of Stock
Matte Black / LG 847597 130104D0002009/1301O4D0-002-L Out of Stock
Matte Black / MD 847596 130104D0002007/1301O4D0-002-M Out of Stock
Matte Black / SM 847595 130104D0002005/1301O4D0-002-S Out of Stock
Matte Black / XL 847598 130104D0002010/1301O4D0-002-XL Out of Stock
Matte Black / XS 847594 1301O4D0-002-XS Out of Stock
Matte Black / 2XL 847599 130104D0002011/1301O4D0-002-XXL Out of Stock
White / LG 847585 1301O4D0003009/1301O4D0-003-L Out of Stock
White / MD 847584 1301O4D0003007/1301O4D0-003-M Out of Stock
White / SM 847601 1301O4D0003005/1301O4D0-003-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / XL 847586 1301O4D0003010/1301O4D0-003-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / XS 847600 1301O4D0-003-XS Out of Stock
White / 2XL 847587 1301O4D0003011/1301O4D0-003-XXL Out of Stock

The AGV Horizon falls right in that sweet spot of the food chain from AGV. At more of that entry-level $200 price, you're going to see the K3 and the K4 Evo. Then you step into the Skyline and the Horizon, really having some of the nicer upgrade features that you might see in the grid and the GP Tech, but you're not having to make that over $400 investment.

So here, with the Horizon, it's really an aggressive helmet suited for a lot of different styles of riding. But when you throw the extra ventilation as well as the spoiler on it, you really end up with a more aggressive helmet, in my opinion. Wear it upright, but I think this helmet loves to be in the tuck or the three-quarter.

Now, if we look at it, it's one of the newer designs from AGV, and it's really playing off what I see as some of the design elements of the piece the GP, which is that prototype helmet that Rossi is wearing in Moto GP from AGV. They're starting to build helmet that have a little more protection around the jaw and around the chin bar, and they have a very aggressive sweeping look to it. This graphic is called the racer red.

Now, let's talk about fit before we hit anything else here. The fit of the Horizon is different within the AGV line. We've seen some intermediate oval-head shapes, and the Skyline is intermediate oval. The Grid and the GP Tech are. The Horizon is actually a neutral-to-round shape, which we saw, and it surprised us at first. But because there are other aggressive helmets in the AGV line, it's nice that AGV is putting out a helmet that's high-end functionality but might cater to someone who doesn't have that typical, traditional, intermediate oval-head shape. We're actually a big fan of it, and I think it's going to gain a lot of fans from that.

Now, talking past . . . Kind of looking at the helmet from some of the nuances standpoint, we do see the shell is going to be ECE rated and DOT, but it's carbon glass. This is a new material from AGV, and that's going to be a fiberglass and carbon construction. Whereas the step up from that would really be that tri-composite that you see in the GP Tech, but the step down would be something like polycarb. So you're getting a bit more strength and weight savings without having to make the investment in the exotic materials that tend to drive the price up.

We threw a size medium on the scale. It gave us three pounds, 10 ounces. So not the heaviest scale in the bunch, not the lightest helmet in the bunch. It's going to fall right in that sweet spot with what you'd expect.

Now, if we look at it, some of the creature comforts. They're using a new shield mechanism. We have our polycarb shield with strong detents. Shield change mechanism is fairly easy. You can see here on the right. Just pop it down. It comes right off. Very easy to get back on there. Very simple. Different shields available.

If we look down here again, I talked about the hawks bill on it with this venting. The cool part is that the venting actually has a switch on the inside. You can see it right here where my finger is. There is your open and close for the vent. One of the other things that I want to talk about is that that little dollop right there, that little circle, that's actually about the size of a dime or a nickel, it's completely removable. You can see those lines going from either side. That's actually if you install a communicator on this helmet. You now have an area that doesn't stick out, where you can kind of slide the boom mic into. You can remove that little dollop, and now you have a boom mic that's going to be more nestled within the helmet.

So moving past that, let's talk about the ventilation. We've talked about chin venting. Moving up here, we see remnants of technology that they've completely stolen from the GP Tech. This is the IVR system, that integrated ventilation system. And in my opinion, I actually like the way that it sits lower profile within the helmet. If we think of a GP Tech, those big ridges stick out, and they're very prominent. Think about Rossi's helmets that we've seen.

On this helmet, we have the ridge down the middle. They're a little bit more low profile. Still have your big intakes. When I pull the liner, you're going to see all the different channels on the inside. But again, you have that IVR that runs all the way back, that now hits your extractors, which are seated below your spoiler here, your wing in the back. So high speed air comes over, creates a bit of an area of low pressure, a vacuum behind, and you're going to have further extraction sucking that warm, moist air out of the helmet. No winglet vents down here. But again, you can see with the shape of this helmet too, it's pretty aggressive.

Now, one thing that I want to get into that I probably should have talked to a bit sooner is that this is definitely a more aggressive street-level helmet. You probably, when I said three pounds 10 ounces, you said, "Wow. That's right in the middle of the sweet spot, but it's a little bit heavier than I was expecting." What you have here is a drop-down, optically-correct, class one, anti-scratch, anti-fog internal sun shield from AGV. Drops right down. My mechanism is over here, right on the side. Simple to use. Up and down. Easy to find with a glove. But it's nice to see that functionality now make its way here into the AGV helmet.

From there, let's go into the guts. So as we pull it down, pull out my donut here, look at it from the bottom on. Now, remember it has what you would think would be an intermediate oval-type shape, but the interior guts more are that round neutral oval. And as we start to pull everything out, you're going to see that we do have our cheek pads, which are integrated with our neck roll. Typically three snaps, I can get them out.

And you're going to notice too that we're really happy that AGV has done this. You also have cutaways for your speaker pockets. So here's the interior. The interior on all the new AGV helmets is very much an upgrade of what we've seen in the past. They're using a material called Dri-Lex, which is wicking anti-microbial, but it's just downright comfortable, and especially on the comfort liner which is going to touch your head. There's a lot of padding built in there.

So here's my right side, my left side rather. Let's pull out my right. Notice we even have reflective on the bottom. You can see the bottom of the neck roll, pretty all-encompassing. Here's my Dri-Lex material with some mesh for breathability. See the way that that pulls out.

Now, let's go . . . oop, I pulled out my speaker pocket here. Show you that in a sec. Now, let's go for my main comfort liner. So two snaps in the front, two snaps in the back, and we can see that one of the key things, using that IVR system, is you can see that there are three holes on either side, and they're going to directly channel the IVR vent, which is a 10-millimeter vent holes, right into your head and scalp. Then that warm, moist air is going to pull your sweat away and exhaust through the back.

On the inside, I talked about it earlier. If we turn it inside out, you're going to see these big areas of 3D foam padding that are really, really comfortable. So you have your areas that are going to flow air, and then you have the areas that are going to sit against your head, both on the neck roll, around the crown of your head. They're just going to be very comfortable, and they're going to be wicking. They're going to hold up in the longer term.

Let's show the interior here. Again, you're going to see a big area of foam, and you're going to see my big . . . You could see those IVRs right there, where they're coming through directly from the IVR system, which is those chimney vents on the helmet. They're going to channel through and give you great airflow. Again, that's technology that was pioneered for Rossi for the GP Tech that's now making it all the way down to a $300-$400 helmet.

And I did mention that there are speaker holes. It comes installed with these discs, which are going to live in that hole. But you remove them and now you have a hole that's plenty big enough for a speaker here on the side, and they're going to be on both sides.

So again, remember this is the baby brother slightly. You're not making any investment in tri-composite on the shell, from something like the Grid. But the Horizon and Skyline, which in my opinion are part of the same family. they're similar helmets with different positionings and shapes. They're really dramatically forward from what we've seen from something like the K3 and the K4 Evo from AGV.

AGV continues to listen to its customers and its dealers, and they're continuing to improve their product, which is really nice to see.