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Bell Rogue Helmet

Purpose built to guard against the elements, the new Bell Rogue Helmet has the look of a half helmet with the comfort of a 3 quarter. Featuring an adjustable and removable muzzle, the Rogue Helmet offers an innovative solution for exceptional rider comfort. Add in a lightweight composite shell and ultra-comfortable interior, and you’ve got the perfect weapon for a day on the road. 


  • Lightweight composite shell
  • Durable and innovative Muzzle for optimal rider comfort
  • Adjustable Muzzle features removable liner
  • FidLock magnetic connection makes it easy to put on/take off the Muzzle
  • 3 shell and EPS sizes for maximum comfort and size range
  • Removable and washable interior
  • Convenient speaker pockets
  • Premium stainless steel D-rings and metal badges
  • Five-year warranty
  • DOT approved

Please Note: The "muzzle" on this helmet is purely for comfort and is not a protective element. This helmet should provide a similar level of protection that an open face helmet would provide.

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Bell Rogue Helmet 4.4 5 138 138
Great look but bulky I have worn this helmet for 500 miles. It is comfortable, but kind of bulky. The price was to high. I usually wear a large helmet, this fits nice but when I take the removable jaw/ear pads out the airflow allows the helmet to ride up unless I have it REALLY tight. The "Muzzle" is what attracted me to this helmet. It took some time to get used to but definitely keeps the debris from your face. It's down falls are as follows: The "muzzle" its self restricts your view when looking DOWN (only when looking down) for instance into pockets, trying to locate a noise from the bike or trying to find a zipper. I wear sunglasses when I ride and they fog a little when the mask is on and I am sitting at a light or going through a parking lot. I dont think goggles would be possible with the mask on. The pros for this mask are: the look is awesome, face protection better than a bandana, once you get moving it allows for nice air flow so your face doesn't sweat and It does NOT catch wind at high speeds, even when checking over the shoulder. DID I mention it LOOKS MEAN! I would definitely recommend this helmet. April 14, 2014
Great Helmet This helmet has the look and the comfort... This is a must buy March 30, 2014
I like it because the style and color really matches my sportster iron883 Looks great but when I am riding at around 80km/hr, the helmet catches the wind and moves backwards a bit causing the helmet inner lining squeezes my temple. After riding for around 2 hrs, start getting a headache and need to pull over and rest. Would be best if there's done sort of cushion lining on the strap. Looks cool and catches attention (or maybe because my bike is really loud) March 26, 2014
Glad i bought it Was very unsure but now im glad i made this purchase. March 17, 2014
All-in-All Good helmet The fit is great. I'm at the large end of a XS and the small end of a S so I ordered the XS. The fit is excellent and I fell well protected with this helmet. The style is awesome, definitely a head turner. My complaints are the strap sits on your throat so it tends get uncomfortable at high wind/speeds for a long period of time. My other complaint is the face guard sits low so it can hit the bridge of your nose. It could use a little more range of motion in the adjustment. After playing with the adjustments I have no more trouble with that. The face guard liner works great in colder weather. No need for a bandanna. March 6, 2014
cool Can't beat the way it looks. Doesn't fit perfect but pretty good all around March 4, 2014
Just purchased this At first, i had the same qualms that everyone has about this helmet. I was worried the face mask wouldn't fit and that it wouldn't fit right. I was also worried about the mounting straps for the face mask. I was worried it would have too much up and down motion, which it does seem too when you have it off and you are just messing around with it and getting the face mask adjusted right. However, it finally warmed up and was nice enough here in NY to take a quick ride. It was a little under 50 and the roads dried up. Well, at speed my worries were unfounded. The helmet functioned as expected and the up and down motion of the face mask ratchets was not an issue at all. Overall, I would definitely recommend it. However, I hope they don't flood the market in my area because I don't want to look like everyone else! February 24, 2014
Helmet as hardcore as my fatboy perfect match Overall helmet looks mean and nasty like my fatboy it fits perfect I picked up my13 fatboy today and did 50 miles home on highway had some pretty good wind but helmet was quite as a open face would be used the mask look awesome and works awesome hooked up my shm10 Bluetooth headset and worked perfect speaker pockets great bell s has hit it on the head with this helmet great job will recommend to all my Harley buddies get it!!!!!!! February 23, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Chad S: Like the style of the jack and open feel of helmet. Apr 16, 2014
Nate S: New look and detachable cold weather protector. Apr 16, 2014
Andrei D: looks Apr 4, 2014
KEVIN D T: The Video/ spokesperson very detailed, i like that. unbiased information. once i receive my Bell Rogue Helmet iâ??ll let you know if i will be shopping here again. Mar 26, 2014
Ruben E: Good detail on helmet on youtube Mar 23, 2014
Alfonso S: Besides the cool stuff here, I like the vidios witch helps a lot with my decicion Mar 15, 2014
tonya b: LOOKS REAL RUGGED AND BIKISH. Mar 13, 2014
zachary c: looks awesome Feb 23, 2014
Wesley F: I was looking for the safest helmet that did not stray too far from the look or feel of a traditional half-helmet. Plus it looks bad@$$! =) Feb 21, 2014
George G: Color, style, versatility; removable face guard, extended neck liner/cover, removable breath liner, removable ear covers with speaker pouches, removable/washable inner liner. Good reviews and UNIQUE APPEARANCE! Feb 18, 2014
Jack P: style goes with my bike project. Feb 13, 2014
Marvin L: Look at it! Need I say more? Jan 31, 2014
leslie g: look and function versatility Jan 25, 2014
jon l: I have been looking for an open face Helmet that had a semi military look to it. I considered the new shark helmets but I did not like the goggle aspect as I wear glasses and I wanted to have the option to wear my Kasson prescription glasses with a new helmet. I think this will do the trick! Jan 20, 2014
Jeffery Q: I wanted to change up my look so I decided not to go with a traditional sportbike full face helmet this time. Or anything that even looked like a full face helmet. I just wanted something really different without sacrificing too much safety. At the same time, it still needed to have that "POP" effect and the Bell Rogue really grabbed me...this is the one! Jan 17, 2014
Mohammad Karam H: Great helmet..bought 2 for me and my friend Dec 24, 2013
Joseph M: Just for the pure BadAssery of it. I wanted a half helmet with face protection and this fit the bill. Dec 18, 2013
Sean M: It just looked awesome. The video showing all the features of the helmet sold it and all the customer ratings just helped to make my decision. Dec 14, 2013
Robert L: Looks great. DOT approved. Offers some face protection. Dec 11, 2013
Romaine B: for the look, but I hope it comfortable as well Dec 3, 2013
Kevin W: With both a unique look and adequate protection from the elements comparable to a full face helmet, I anticipate being very happy with the Bell Rogue while riding my cruiser around Arizona. Dec 2, 2013
Eddy A: Looks excellent... functionality is the key with this helmet with regard to open face designs. Nov 28, 2013
Donald H: son liked it Nov 8, 2013
Jorge G: Like the look!!! Nov 4, 2013
Robert M: Style Nov 4, 2013
Matthew C: great look and good review Oct 30, 2013
Griffen C: awesome styling. trusted manufacturer bell. Oct 30, 2013
TJ D: Great looking helmet Oct 23, 2013
JOHN L: Purchased for son who loves the look. Oct 21, 2013
micheal s: I really liked the style. I also like that the face shield easily snaps on and off yet is sturdy while riding. The padding that drops down and covers your ears dampens the wind and road noise....A plus!! Also, wearing radio ear buds in this helmet seems to cause no discomfort. Great helmet.... Oct 13, 2013
Carlo S: Just look at it! It's GORGEOUS! Also, I'm a fan of the airflow in half faces. In my country (hot/tropical), every chance to get air is precious Oct 5, 2013
Trece K L: This helmet looks awesome and is another option to a modular yet looks/matches better when you're riding a custom bike (cruiser/chopper). And it's October, so chock up a donation to Breast Cancer Research. Oct 1, 2013
EMILIO M: Beautiful design of the helmet to make very valid and useful to use both road to both experiences enduro Sep 20, 2013
Deborah C: I have a sport bike, a cruiser, and a scooter but only have full faced helmets.
The full faced helmets are too hot and cumbersome for riding around town in SoCal.
This helmet has great reviews and the muzzle provides that extra protection if I
need to pop on the freeway unexpectedly.
Sep 8, 2013
F E: Badass Sep 7, 2013
Drew B: LOOKS SICK!!!, and I needed a good 1/2-ish helmet. Sep 5, 2013
David B: Look Sep 4, 2013
Riley W: style and protection, has the front muzzle that looks B.A. room for goggles, AWESOME LOOK, just wish they had incorporated an internal flip down sun visor, and the ratchet chin strap. all in all cant wait to get this intense looking lid cover!

Sep 1, 2013
Matt W: Looks awesome and will go well with my Buell and vintage BSA Aug 30, 2013
Dan W: Brand name was trust worthy and looked/looks badass!! Proved to be a worth while helmet! Aug 30, 2013
Adolfo V: Love the look. I heard a lot of good things about it from people that already have them. Plus I like the extra protection from the bugs!!! Aug 27, 2013
Sheryl M: Just purchased this helmet for the looks. It hopefully will match our sidecar. Looking forward to receiving it in two days. Aug 27, 2013
Wayne B: It's BADAZZ...LOL Aug 25, 2013
Teddy A: style Aug 23, 2013
peter b: looks like it might offer better protection. Aug 18, 2013
lucas f: i like the way it looks. can not wait to try it on Aug 15, 2013
JESUS G: Liked the looks a lot. Aug 15, 2013
Michael R: Bought one for my brother, after purchasing one for myself. Extremely comfortable and good look. Overall nice helmet. Aug 14, 2013
John O: Sick looking unit! Aug 14, 2013
Henry P: I like the style and protection. It look great and have great features. Aug 13, 2013
A shopper asked: It would be sort of annoying to have to remove the muzzle independently every time you want to take off the helmet. Jan 24, 2013
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spinnindjs: I've had mine for a couple of weeks now. With the straps that come with it... comfortably you will have to remove it every time or at least unlatch one side.
My understanding from Bell is that they will be releasing extended straps on or about April 20th of this year. The price range I was given was $13-$15.
Mar 26, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Rogue Helmet can be removed without disconnecting the muzzle first. The FidLock magnetic connection can extend via ratcheting adjustment straps to allow for more room.

However, it should be noted that you may run into some clearance issues when the cold weather breath box is installed in the muzzle, as the chin curtain extends further than the rest of the muzzle.
Jan 24, 2013
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Timmy J: I just remove one side and can comfortably remove the helmet. Quick and easy, no problems at all. Not sure if this will cause the material to wear faster, however, I have yet to see any wear and tear. The helmet is pretty sturdy. Dec 12, 2013
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FXDWGGhost: I am able to remove the helmet with out removing the muzzle as easily a fixed full face helmet. It is easier to take the helmet on and off with out the muzzle but not required, unless you have an exceptionally long nose. May 3, 2013
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Dawg: Depending on where you have the muzzle set. As for taking it off, you can slide one side off to take off the helmet but I don't find taking the muzzle on and off to be an issue. Mar 22, 2013
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alrozen: In my case a first disconnect and then pull it off May 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Has anyone mounted a blue tooth kit on this helmet yet. It has internal speaker pockets and was wondering if someone has discovered a good fit yet? Mar 26, 2013
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RevZilla: Since there isn't much room to clamp mount anything on this type of helmet, using a sticky mount is your best option. Something like the new SMH10R would be a great choice as an example. Hopefully some of the new owners of this helmet can chime in below to give everyone some feedback on their experiences! Mar 27, 2013
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alrozen: Yes May 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello. I was just wondering if someone could measure the clearance between the muzzle and helmet for goggles. Thank you. Mar 17, 2013
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RevZilla: There is approximately 3 inches between the top of the eye-port and the muzzle on the sides of the helmet and about 2 1/2 inches in the center where your nose would be. Mar 19, 2013
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spinnindjs: at the bridge of the nose: 2.67"
and at the temple: 2.85"
Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: E.g - like pinstripe or different graphics? Jan 2, 2013
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RevZilla: The Rogue will only be available in the matte colors shown above for 2013. Jan 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: what would be a good pair of glasses/goggles to wear with this helmet to protect your eyes? Aug 13, 2013
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Chris D: I wear a pair of global vision eye goggles, and RayBan aviators, both fit comfortably. The goggles fit better if i wear them under the helmet, putting them on first before the helmet, the only down i felt a slight discomfort on the adjusting plastic piece on the back of my head but I'm sure most glasses or goggles will work out, good room in the front. Aug 19, 2013
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John M: HELLO,
Aug 14, 2013
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Dominick P: I found its trial and error based on the size of the arms on the sunglasses and the fitment of the helmet on your head. For me, I found a bobber style with the padded inserts fit fairly well. I little snug on long rides but good wind protection. Aug 15, 2013
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Georgios P: Oakley Deviations Aug 14, 2013
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Daniel M: Personally, I like the Oakley Wind Jacket. These are great sunglasses with interchangeable lenses to use both day and night. They're a bit on the pricey side, but you'll only need this pair. Plus, they're made in the USA (which I think is a bonus). Hope this helps. And keep the rubber side down. Aug 14, 2013
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Andres B: I wouldn't recommend goggles since they will fit very loose and won't snug around your face due to the shape of the helmet. Other than this, any pair of glasses will do the work as you will have enough clearance. Aug 14, 2013
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Timothy R: I wear a pair of "Spyder" goggles with this helmet as well as a smaller pair of sunglasses that fit over my regular glasses. The goggles work better when encountering rainy conditions though. Aug 14, 2013
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Brett W: Ok my friend Ugly Fish Multi Functional Motor cycle3 pack
or ESS Profile NVG (black & clear ) goggles I hope this help
your Mate Brett
Aug 14, 2013
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Rudi J: wear a glasses or goggles is good to protect my eyes and will look more cool.... Aug 14, 2013
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nalin n: i wear Oakley Monster Dog and Straight and both work well. Aug 15, 2013
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Greene Locksmiths a: I use goggles however a drop down visor would be awesome Aug 14, 2013
A s: I wear KD's with my Bell Rogue helmet Aug 14, 2013
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CPOCD L A G: This helmet is the best helmet I have ever own. I can't believe how light the helmet is, how it fits my head like a winter beanie. The front jaw system is great, I like it on for ID protection, it assist when using comms, and it protects my lips from sun & wind burn.

I brought two, my wife who is crazy about her hair loves it, she is not experienced with wearing helmets, but I jus. asked her and she agreed. Comfortable light and looks after my hair, her words not mind.
Aug 14, 2013
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Sheryleann S: i wear several different kinds of eyewear...but mostly Harley-Davidson Men's Speed Performance Eyewear. 98284-12VM. i also have a set of Flight Goggles by Lane and then old school KD originals. Aug 14, 2013
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Brett W: PS about Ugly Fish I've had a rock hit the hard Lens when I was riding It came off a weed wacker at some speed I was going about 80kph bounset off I trust them to protect my eyes Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Very interested in this helmet, tried one on locally and it fit very snug which I like. My question is, I ride a Harley Softail Custom with 16" apehangers and no windshield, will this helmet lift or start creeping back on your head at highway speeds? Sep 27, 2013
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David P W: I wear a L Shoei and I got an XL Rogue. It fits great. No lift without my windshield and none with either a mid or tall windshield either. This is by far the best non-full-face helmet I've had and I've tried many. I'm really happy with it. I wear it on my cruiser and sometimes on my Buell. Sep 27, 2013
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Carl L: I bought the rogue helmet for same reas Sep 27, 2013
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Carl L: I bought the rogue for same reason as you I assume you want a bad ass look on your Harley ( I drive a Dyna WG) and want the full protection mainly for road grime and stones as well as bugs and anything else that can come flying up.I found the helmet fairly comfortable but never found the "snout" attachment very comfortable and seriously obstructed my vision.I returned helmet,I don't feel the helmet is worth the sacrafice of not getting a full face.Id recomend the matte black Arai XD 4.better coverage,option to take off Sheild and takes care of buffeting w no windscreen.hope that helps Sep 27, 2013
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Michael H: I have had no problems at all with the Rogue. It fits snuggly with no movement, although I do have a medium windshield. Sep 27, 2013
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Dominick C: I ride a H-D Switchback with 14 inch bars and have found it is no different than the other shorty helmets I use Sep 27, 2013
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William C: No it will not. I ride a Suzuki Boulevard M109R and at highway speeds my helmet stays put. Sep 28, 2013
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denis i: if I understood correctly despite the speed with which.
to 160-180 can be said that it is normal..
more and put on glasses...
then start to get (interesting)
Sep 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the front face part fit good with a beard? Feb 3, 2014
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Vincent G: Yeah it does no problem. The only part of the mask that makes contact with your face is the birdge of the nose. Plenty of room under the chin for airflow and beards... Feb 3, 2014
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William C: Yes the mask will fit good with a beard. The mask is adjustable also you can wear it close to the face or away from the face. It's true to fit.. awesome helmet! Feb 3, 2014
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Horatio A: You might have to get the extension for the muzzle to fit a beard. Feb 3, 2014
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Hussain Alaa T: It's not . The problem the front face part Not stable Feb 3, 2014
Frank L: Yes it's adjustable in and out. Feb 3, 2014
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denis i: Cool & nice Feb 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do you have to take the muzzle off to put the helmet on and off? or can you just leave it on? Mar 11, 2014
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Thomas S: My main complaint about this helmet was that I had to take the muzzle off every time, or rip my face off. Depending on your face shape, you could leave it on the largest setting away from your face but that just doesn't feel right when riding as you want the muzzle up against your face somewhat. It's a badass looking helmet but you have to compromise in this regard. Mar 11, 2014
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David P W: I take it off every time I take the helmet off. I wear glasses, and with the muzzle off, you can leave your shades on while donning the helmet or removing it. It is so easy to remove the muzzle, I've not tried leaving it on.

I am away from my gear right now, so I can't try it, but I don't think it is possible.
Mar 12, 2014
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Vincent G: You dont HAVE to, but I usually pop at least one side free when I put it on and take it off so it doesnt drag over my face. It attaches and detaches very easily. Mar 11, 2014
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William C: Yes you have to take your muzzle off to put your helmet on, but the muzzle is a snap to put on and take off. You can't go wrong with this helmet! Mar 11, 2014
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Frank L: You can take one side off Mar 12, 2014
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Andrew M asked: I wear an XL AGV GPTech helmet cuz it fits my head shape perfect. What size should I get and how do you think the fitment would be? Oct 25, 2013
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ROBERT S: I'm in the middle between L and XL. I somehow ended up with both. I prefer the size L as it sits better, especially after it breaks in a little. Also, the mask fits higher up and better with the L (was too low with the XL).
I gave the XL to my cousin who has a bigger dome.
Cool helmet. Experienced buffeting at highway speeds which got tiring after a while, but expected with this design.
Nov 27, 2013
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Oleg N: Hi Andrew,

My head is 57 sm I bought M size of Rouge. Fits fantastic as well quality and comfort . In this May I was on trip from Moscow, Russia to Odessa, Ukraine, over 1500 km in one way. Very comfortable, taking into account that last 450 km was in heavy rain and just + 7 C.

Take care and ride safe,
Oct 25, 2013
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Thomas C: Not aure if this helps you at all. I take a L in my Shoei RF-1100. In the Rogue I take an XL, the large was too big and put pressure on my forehead. Go by the measurement of your head. For the Shoei I am in the end of the L and the bell the beginning of the XL. Hope that helps you. It's an awesome helmet. Oct 25, 2013
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Christopher C: I would stick to the xl size. At least revzillas exchange policy is pretty decent. If you can try measuring your head in cm, that will give you a better idea on what size to purchase. Oct 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: are the sizes the same for men and women? Aug 12, 2013
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Saman A: Yes, it is same size but If you're getting for women I would go with one size smaller. I'm large on my all helmets even my bell rogue but medium also fit me on the same helmet, it's just more fit than large ! Aug 12, 2013
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Virgile P: For any Helmets you buy, men or women, the only thing that really matter is your own head measurements, use a roller to take your measurements and then check the helmet sizing on the revzilla wedsite. Aug 14, 2013
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CPOCD L A G: No, brought a XL which for me was a firs], I m normally a medium... Follow the guide online to assist you. Plus there is a outstanding return system. Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Currently wearing shorty and pretty much have to wear ear plugs...will this block wind and road noise..? Will the shape cause issues with wind buffeting?? Thanks Mar 10, 2013
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spinnindjs: I wear a polyurethane beanie on cold days and that amazingly cuts down quite a bit of noise. With just the helmet on, even with all of its padding... it's louder than when I wear the beanie alone. Mar 26, 2013
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Miro: So I am not used to open face helmets, but for me the wind noise is pretty significant.
Any time I am moving faster than 45mph the noise is so bad I can't hear the engines of passing cars. I do have the muzzle & bottom part of the helmet on, and I also have large goggles (airfoils, over eye glasses), so my setup is not aerodynamic at all.
Apr 1, 2013
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GumNeckEnduro: It helps for sure. Doesn't completely block all noise, but not deafening. Wind gets up the chin area. The thing worked for me at 65 in crosswinds. Just don't look around too fast. Mar 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: does this helmet fit close to the head so you don't get the "mushroom" affect like you get with most DOT helemts..... Jan 9, 2013
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Dawg: I find that the helmet comfortably makes contact on my entire head. I find this helmet extremely comfortable even with a skull cap or bandana underneath. I find this helmet easy to get on and off with even pressure all around. When I shake my head to test the fit the helmet stays in place. Extremely satisfied with the fit. Mar 22, 2013
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spinnindjs: In my opinion, the mask is the only thing that makes this helmet tolerable if you are trying to avoid the "mushroom". Mar 26, 2013
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Capa: No its still a DOT, but the shroud that comes down fills it out and reduces the mushroom head look. Mar 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these DOT approved? Jan 2, 2013
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spinnindjs: yes they are... nice over sized label on the back. Mar 26, 2013
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alrozen: yes May 24, 2013
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RevZilla: All of the helmets we carry are DOT approved, the Bell Rogue Helmet included! Our buckets are always the real deal. Jan 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: So i want to get a rogue helmet for my boyfriend whos hat size is a 7 3/8 which is the last size in a L helmet, should i get him the L or should i go a size up and get the XL for a better fit? The only reason i ask is because when he pull his fitteds down like a baseball cap they look alittle snug Dec 19, 2013
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Michael H: I also wear a 7 3/8 hat. I have this helmet in large. A helmet should be snug so doesn't move in the event of an accident. Regardless, every helmet will break in after some time and west. Dec 19, 2013
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Frank L: Well you want the helmet to be snug fit and to have no movement left to right or up and down. After wearing helmets they usually start to break in a little. Dec 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey all, looking for the size of the helmet...specifically the height if the helmet (say 2XL). I have a 2012 HD FLD switchback, the bag are smaller than on the other touring bikes. Would like to make sure the helmet fits before I buy one. thanks! Apr 19, 2013
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CoastyBear: The 2XL is way too wide for a full size Harley saddlebag. However, it fits fine in a tour pack so long as the chin bar and shield are down, Apr 20, 2013
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JROD530: I doubt it. I have a Victory Cross country with hard bags and it does not fit. Helmet is awesome thought! Apr 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: My head is 22" around. That is the upper sizing for the size small. Should I go up to the medium? Sometimes a "small" helmet is just way too tight notwithstanding the fact I'm usually in the size range. Thanks. Mar 24, 2013
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BenR: I just got the M and it's a tight fit for me. I would recommend going one size up as it is a smaller fit than some helmets I have owned. Apr 8, 2013
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hrbeta: I suggest you go small. Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: First, any recommendations what goggles would go well with this helmet? Are there any staff favorites?

Second, it was mentioned that this had 3 shell sizes - care to break down which sizes fall into which size? Does the size L fall into the largest, or the middle shell size?

Third, as a general suggestion - perhaps you ought to include shell-size breakdowns on ALL sizing sections of your helmets - like just include a footnote on the size chart or something on the individual product pages . I'm sure a lot of people are concerned one way or the other when it comes to looking like lollipops ;)
Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Rogue Helmet will look great with a set of Bobster or Airfoil goggles. In order to avoid the lollipop look this helmet is available in three shell sizes. They are divided as follows: XS and SM, MD and LG, XL and 2XL.

"Mr. Owl, how many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a Tootsie Pop?"... "Let's find out. A One... A.two-HOO...A three.." (Tootsie Roll Pops)
Mar 27, 2013
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FXDWGGhost: I wear Oakley Wind Jacket sunglasses unless it is raining. I carry some Walmart ATV goggles with my rain gear. The ATV goggles combined with the muzzle provide awesome rain protection. May 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: When will the Rogue be available? Jan 4, 2013
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Dawg: Pre ordered my helmet in feburary and received it today. Mar 22, 2013
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JackPlaysBass: Available now. Apr 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the safety rating for this helmet? Jan 2, 2013
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WhiteLineForever: Meets and exceeds DOT standards. Composite material is good quality and light; not plastic. Bell is safety over style, so this helmet is their typical big size. Mask is not for impact protection, it only locks in place when you pull away from you, not when you push in. You will break your jaw as easily as if you were wearing a half-helmet. Honestly, considering where you live, and if you can comfortably wear a full, get an Arai or Shoei. These are GT caliber helmets, and offer remarkable airflow and full protection. This helmet is for guys who don't like a half, can't wear fulls, and think straight 3/4 looks stupid. May 7, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Rogue is DOT approved only. Jan 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Has anyone recently tried to mount bluetooth to this helmet? Not a big fan of the sticky option. Apr 2, 2014
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CPOCD L A G: I have mounted the Bluetooth for my wife and mine helmets. No drama's at all it fits just at the middle vent between the neck and helmet rim... Apr 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey I have an icon helmet now size xl. Is the sizing of the rouge helmet similar or should I get a lg? Mar 24, 2014
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Saman A: If your icon it's full face helmet then you should go one size down to LG, I own 3 full face helmet in large size by different brands and when I go this helmet I had to go down to medium, because it's open face and runs bigger Mar 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Im in the military and my patrol cap is 7 1/4 which is a M on the chart, the rouge helmet wasn't available locally so I purchased a HJC CL17 full face helmet and I fitted S on that one and its a snug fit like I want, should I also go with a S on the rouge or stick to the chart ? Jan 15, 2014
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Saman A: If full face helmet fits you in small then you should go for small on this helmet as well. 2 and 3 quarter helmets are not as tight as full face helmet so I always go one size smaller. I do have 3 full face helmet in large and I got this in medium Jan 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Looks great, but ... where's the safety evaluation data? Any links to independent (third party) safety evaluations? Cool looking helmets aren't so cool when splattered across the asphalt after a get off. Jan 2, 2013
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RevZilla: The Bell Rogue Helmet carries DOT approval, BUT, that does not mean that if you go off, that your face will not still end up a bloody smear on the road. The best way to ensure that all the squishy insides STAY on the inside is to go with a full face helmet, which Bell caries in abundance.


Here are the DOT standards, as well as the other ratings systems, from Web Bike World.
Jan 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: I would love to buy one, however the Matte Black size L (or any other size) is not available. I signed up for the email notification but I have been waiting for a month now. Should I start to look elsewhere for the helmet? Jun 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi there. My friends and I are really eager to get our hands on the Bell Rogue. However, most of us don't like to buy gear online, due to bad past experiences (None of them the result of Revzilla). So, we were wondering when and where these helmets will be given to dealerships/retailers. Or, will this be an online exclusive? We are in Edmonton, AB, Canada.

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May 26, 2013
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Bell Helmet Sizing

Size Hat Size (in)  Measurement (in)
2XS 6 3/8 - 6 1/2 20 - 20 1/2
XS 6 3/4 - 6 7/8 21 1/4 - 21 5/8
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 3/4
LG 7 1/4 - 7 3/8 22 3/4 - 23 1/4
XL 7 1/2 - 7 5/8 23 5/8 - 24
2XL 7 3/4 - 7 7/8 24 1/2 - 24 3/4

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

Click here to see the full Bell Helmets Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 872633 768686929298 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / SM 872634 768686929304 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 872635 768686929311 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 872636 768686929328 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL 872637 768686929335 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 872638 768686929342 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / XS 872639 768686929359 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / SM 872640 768686929366 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / MD 872641 768686929373 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / LG 872642 768686929380 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / XL 872643 768686929397 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / 2XL 872644 768686929403 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Army Green / XS 872645 768686929410 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Matte Army Green / SM 872646 768686929427 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Army Green / MD 872647 768686929434 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Army Green / LG 872648 768686929441 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Army Green / XL 872649 768686929458 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Army Green / 2XL 872650 768686929465 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / XS 872651 768686929472 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / SM 872652 768686929489 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / MD 872653 768686929496 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / LG 872654 768686929502 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / XL 872655 768686929519 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gunny / 2XL 872656 768686929526 In Stock: Ships next business day

At first glance, the Rogue is a groundbreaking new helmet from Bell. It’s taking the best of what we’ve seen in their half-helmet line, and it’s adding a nice iterative badass flavor to it. There’s really no other way to describe it. If we look at it from an application standpoint, it’s going to cater to the rider that wants the airflow and the feel of an open-face helmet with some more protection. Think of it as a bandana on steroids. The big thing that jumps right out at you is this extendable and removable muzzle that we have right here on the front. We’re going to get to that in a second.

If we look at it, 4 colors available: Army green, matte black, gloss black, and then almost a gunmetal green that they call Gunny. I’d love to hear your gut reaction to the Bell Rogue. Leave it for us on our YouTube Channel or you can always click right here and subscribe and stay up-to-date with all the latest gear reviews we’re constantly rolling out.

A quick note on fit: It is going to fit slightly differently. The guts of this helmet, the half-helmet element of it is going to fit much more like an RS1. They’re staying with that fit pattern; it’s an intermediate oval head shape. There really shouldn’t be any surprises. The nice part is you do have some of the feel and connectivity of what you’d see from the ¾ helmet, even though ultimately, the protective elements are really encompassed within this half-helmet shape. Then with the front, it is completely adjustable. It moves in and out. You can see it here on the side. I press that button and I slide it in and out. It’s the . . . I always call it Ron Popeil effect; the set it and forget it on the side.

Remember, if you’re not sure about sizing: Extra-small through 2-extra-large; 3 EPS sizes, 3 shell sizes. You should be able to get it right. We ship for free exchange and no restock fee if you need to send it back to us. Take in mind that we’re going to make it pretty painless if you’re really concerned about buying and fit over the internet.

Back to the actual Rogue itself; back to some of the nuances, the nitty-gritty of the helmet. I’ve showed the guts of the fully removable liner, but the way that it touches you and interfaces with you is actually quite unique. You have this half-helmet design, which is completely different from Bell. It’s a different shape than we’ve seen. It’s going to look great on a cruiser. You guys are thinking, “It’s great. It’s a Harley-Davidson. It’s a bad-ass helmet.” Honestly, I’ve seen this on Monster; looks phenomenal. Any naked bike, city riders, somebody that want something different, likes the airflow of an open face-helmet but maybe wants a little bit more of a protective aspect. Its, again, not protective in your full-faced helmet regard of things, but it’s really protective from the standpoint of bugs, road grime, rocks, Mother Nature. Again, it’s that injection-molded TPR that sits on the front in the muzzle.

We do have what they call the shroud, which again, is that same injected molded TPR that connects to the helmet with a proprietary material. On the interior, you have your EPS in the top, but it actually extends slightly below that. It comes down to about here in the helmet. It’s still rated as a DOT motorcycle helmet, but again, it’s DOT as an open-face or a half-helmet, and you’re getting just some of the benefits, comfort, and support of that EPS slightly extending. Again looking at it, it’s just a nice, added benefit.

Jumping back into the muzzle, you’ve heard me talk about. A few things about the muzzle you need to know, besides the fact that it looks Bane from Batman, which we absolutely love. It’s using a technology called Fidlock, which is really an easy way to make it so this muzzle, once locked in, is non-removable. You have a magnetic connection point, and then towards the back, you’re going to have this self-adjusting ratchet that you can pull it down. Some guys that have been wearing this like to have it close to their face. Other folks like it with a little bit more room between your mouth and nose. Again, it’s personal preference. To remove it, you’re actually going to slide it up, and you can see how I pulled that out. This is a newer technology, Fidlock, from Germany. We haven’t seen it in a lot of places, but again, it makes it really easy because once you slide it out, you just pop it back in. There’s no sliding it back in. It just pops back in. Again it’s self-finding; you can do it in a pinch.

Looking at the muzzle and the breath box itself, again, really gnarly. They went for aggressive. It has some airflow vents on the front. As we turn it backwards, you’re going to see that for winter riding, it does come with a removable 3D form breath box. This is fleece-lined. It’s a breath guard. It’s going to block some of that wind if it’s really, really cold out, saving you from having to wear an extra bandana. Again, when we remove it, now we’re in summer weight riding mode, and you can see that it still has a nice microfleece in case it’s touching your nose or touching your chin, depending on how you’re wearing it. Now we do have cutouts as well that are going to flow air. I can chuck that bad boy back on it, and you can see how that works.

No surprises as we move down from it; double D-ring construction. It’s the same microfiber we see from Bell. One of the things that they’ve done that’s really cool, in my opinion, is wearing this helmet, you could really wear it two ways. You can wear it with goggles. A lot of guys wear a pair of riding goggles that might have a strap to go around the outside. They’ve left you enough room to be able to wear that goggle with the strap, no problem. What they’ve also done is they’ve trimmed the density and they’ve put in our cheek pad towards the top that’s going to be really accommodating for a pair of sunglasses. If you’re wearing a pair of gas can or oil cans from Oakley. . . I actually don’t know if there’s an oil can; I might have just made that up. The gas cans from Oakley that have the really wide plastic frame, you might have a little bit of a tough time. If you’re wearing a normal pair of sunglasses, a normal pair of eyeglasses, you should be able to get them in no problem. Again, Bell took into account the fact that different riders are going to have different tastes and different styles, and you might want to integrate differently.

As we start to rotate the helmet up as well, you’re going to see that this TPR, which is, again, this shroud, comes all the way around the front. Again remember, it connects with a proprietary, they call it this ring connection, that allows Bell to seamlessly integrate the shroud into the EPS into the outer shell of the helmet so that it’s not going to ever pull apart. Again, it becomes one seamless piece. One of the things that I really like about the helmet is that they’re not using your standard polycarb. It’s not an entry-level helmet. Using fiberglass, Kevlar, and resin, it’s really a composite matrix in the shell, so that allows them to make it a bit more lightweight, and it’s going to be stronger than your typical polycarb helmet.

If we go for the guts, you can see that I can pull out my cheek pads that do have speaker pockets. Again, I’m curious when this thing hits the market en masse, how people are going to feel about putting a Bluetooth communicator on there and how that’s going to work. Right now, I think the jury’s still out, but you can check out the comments on the video or on our page, and we’ll see how people fare with it. If we look at the neck roll, it comes all the way down. Here in the back, we have the neck roll that also is removable. Again, this is going to give you some nice connectivity and a nice point of comfort around the backside of your head, around the base of your skull. That’s going to snap in with two snaps, and it actually looks really well-styled because you see these cutaways, and you can see that mesh that sits behind it, again, adds to the finishing on it. Again, that pulls out. When you come in here, you can see how far the EPS comes down. Remember, that EPS is going to slightly extend underneath this ridge by about an 1”, 1½”, but it’s giving you a little bit more room to stay covered, especially in the unfortunate event of a get-off.

If we look at the main comfort liner, fully removable. There’s no vents on this helmet. They went streamlined. They didn’t want to compromise look, but it is an open-face helmet so it’s going to flow a ton of air from the front anyway. What they’ve done, as I open it up, is you’re going to see that we have big cutaways. We have a different area of mesh that’s going to be sweat wicking in the back. Remember, this is fully removable, it’s fully washable. It’s going to hold up over the long run, and you can see the way the EPS is done. Basic EPS without any cutaways, but again, it’s meant to be comfort. We’re calling this an intermediate oval head-shape that’s going to fit along those same lines as the RS1.

A final note on fit and fine-tuning: Keep in mind, on the side you’re going to have these straps. Sizes up to large come standard length; XL and 2X come with a longer length. You can buy the other length straps on Revzilla.com. If you’re in a large helmet and you want a little bit more clearance in the front even though there’s a good amount of adjustability out of the box, you can always get the other length size strap. I think on a final note, the last thing you have to remember is as this is a new helmet in new waters as RevzZilla.com from Bell, the worst thing you can probably do is pigeonhole it. Whether you are a sport bike rider, a naked bike rider on a Ducati Monster or something like that, a cruising rider, or a Harley-Davidson rider; if you’re used to wearing a half-helmet, if you want something that gives you a little bit more coverage which really has a new bad-ass look, the Bell Rogue should be something that you’re evaluating. Don’t put yourself in the box of saying, “This is only a naked bike helmet. This is only a cruiser helmet.”