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Bell Star Matte Carbon Helmet

From the ultra-light Carbon Composite Shell to the super stable aerodynamic profile, every form and function of the Star Carbon has been designed to make you lighter, faster, and stronger. The Bell Star Carbon also features a head form based on the popular RS-1 for superior comfort and fit. Bell’s Velocity Flow Ventilation system keeps you cool in the heat of battle while the Contour Cut cheek pads cradle your head in comfort. And when you’re looking for that extra edge, Bell provides a wide range of high-performance shields that allow you to stay focused on your next braking point, apex, and pass.


  • Velocity Flow Ventilation system with FlowAdjust for maximum ventilation and temperature control
  • Super stable aerodynamic signature resists buffeting and lift
  • Super lightweight all-carbon fiber shell
  • 3 shell sizes
    • SM: XS and SM Helmets
    • MD: MD and LG Helmets
    • LG: XL and 2XL Helmets
  • Contour Cut cheek pads for superior fit and comfort
  • 3Mode Shield for instant on-bike shield adjustments, and ClickRelease for the fastest, easiest, tool-free shield swaps ever
  • NutraFog II superior anti-fog, anti-scratch and UV protected shield
  • Removable and washable, Xtatic XT2 antibacterial/antimicrobial interior comfort liner
  • Includes self-adhering TrackStrip for additional high-speed stabilization at track speeds
  • Exclusive Magnafusion magnetic strap keeper
  • Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
  • Five-year warranty
  • Certification: Snell M2010, DOT

Note:  Bell Star Carbon Helmet ships with clear face shield only

Bell Helmet Sizing:

Size Head Measurement (cm)
XS 54-55
SM 55-56
MD 57-58
LG 58-59
XL 60-61
2XL 62-63

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
Matte Carbon / XS 872475 768686928109 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Carbon / SM 872476 768686928116 Out of Stock
Matte Carbon / MD 872477 768686928123 Out of Stock
Matte Carbon / LG 872478 768686928130 Out of Stock
Matte Carbon / XL 872479 768686928147 Out of Stock
Matte Carbon / 2XL 872480 768686928154 Out of Stock


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One of the best helmets I ever owned If you are looking for a good lightweigh, very comfortable and aggressive looking helmet,, this would be the one to buy and if you want to spice it up a little,get the dark silver iridium shield for it also at revzilla October 12, 2015
This product is light and comfortable When riding the highway for most all day here in New Zealand, tackling some serious winding roads, a light, comfortable helmet that fits well,with full protection in mind, is a must. My new Bell Star Chris Fillmore Helmet is seriously a good buy for me. Made for the riding position for a sports bike, having full vision of the road especially when cornering, no fogging in the rain, fantastic colours that are easily seen by motorists. The dark visor enhances the modern fashionable look. Ear plugs are always worn as I wear the helmet with air vents fully open. No buffering at higher speeds either. I look forward to wear it on the next track day. No more physically having to tip my old helmet back, no more shoulder pains from wearing a heavy helmet. September 25, 2015
Nice to be back in a Bell Bell used to be my brand back in the day, and all I wore on the street (and road track) was a Bell Star. But somewhere along the way, I drifted away and started wearing Shoei helmets. I've heard good things about the Bell Stars and decided to try one when I went looking for a new carbon fiber helmet. This one exceeded my expectations. I like everything about it, from the style, to the subtle graphics, to the snazzy red ring on the bottom. September 3, 2015
Very happy with this helmet :) I was a bit worried about spending so much, but in this case you do get what you pay for! Considering the fantastic helmet bag, it's kind of a bargain, really. Very comfortable, fits my intermediate oval head perfectly with no pressure points. Nice-feeling materials. Ventilation is great, visibility is great, no buffeting at track speeds. The matte carbon looks fantastic! Love it... June 22, 2015
My third Bell Helmet, went for the Star this time. I grew up using Bell Helmets in the mid to late 80's, early 90's so I've always had a penchant for them. I have had 3 Bell helmets in the last 4+ years all from Revzilla. Bell Vortex, Bell RS-1 and now the Star, Pinned no less. Like any of the previous models, the fit and finish is excellent as alluded to in the videos. The quick release mechanism for the shield is a pinch to work with along with replacement. The Star is just a step above the rest. Its a hefty price point if you are just getting into riding, but its sooo worth it. The Carbon/Kevlar blend on the Pinned is a sight to behold. And the weight of a mere 3 lbs is excellent. Still, Bell has some work to do on wind noise. Its prevalent on both the Star and the RS-1. Ear plugs can fix that in a snap. The Star works very well in the tuck at speed and it is forgiving somewhat if you need to take a peek around your shoulder or down through your armpit. August 3, 2015
Great Helmet, But Loud I replaced two old Shoei helmets with the Star Carbon. The helmet is surprisingly light to the hand, it's fit was accurate (sz L), on my somewhat oval head. The cheek pieces fit snugly but after the first few hours they broke in and I forgot about it. On the bike, the helmet is loud, very loud, so much I couldn't hear my CBR1000F Two Bros pipe over the wind noise. Good earplugs are a requirement. The ventilation system is great but the airflow is highly regulated by the amount of tuck of your chin. The airflow favors a slight downward head position, ie sport bike posture. The aerodynamics are fantastic, all buffeting coming over the windscreen is gone, yes I mean gone. The helmet slices through the wind like no other I've worn. Other than the wind noise issue, it's comfortable, light and feels great. May 22, 2015
Excellent helmet, period. I personally got the blue pinned version. Pros: -LIGHT(obviously) doesn't feel like you're wearing anything. Not neck pain. -Strong -Very nice design -Very good build quality -Fit is true -Price is completely reasonable for what you're getting. -Already has cut outs for speakers if you get a blue tooth communicator. -Good air flow/low noise. Cons: -is there such a thing? Lol. But seriously, it's a awesome helmet. Not just trying to boast. I can't think of any cons. Using the helmet for 3 months now. Got the transition face shield and is perfect. June 22, 2015
Love it! This being my first high performance street helmet you might take my review with a grain of salt, but I absolutely love this helmet! I had been riding with a cheap Biltwell helmet, so obviously I noticed a huge difference as soon as I put on the star carbon. Gone are the days of sweating balls in an unvented helmet, my first ride was in around 85 degree weather, and I hardly broke a sweat. The aerodynamics are night and day as well. Anywhere over 60 mph my last helmet felt like it was going to fly off my head as I would strain my neck try to deal with the buffeting. The Star Carbon cuts through the air like a warm knife through butter. And I no longer feel like I'm going to break my neck doing head checks at higher speeds. Obviously fit will vary from person to person, and I've always found the best fit with Bell helmets (I've worn bell dirt bike helmets since I was 5) but never have I been so comfortable in a helmet as with this one. I have an overall more round head shape, and with a lot of other helmet brands I've worn I tend to fall somewhere in between a medium and large. I had a large Biltwell, which wasn't as snug as I'd like, but the medium was definitely too small unless I wanted to deal with throbbing headaches every time I rode. With the Star carbon however, I'm a solid medium, and it fits like a glove. And to top it all off the graphics are a perfect match to my 81' Honda! (part of the reason I ended up choosing the star carbon over the RS-1) Definitely happy with my purchase though.. and I didn't even realize, but it comes with a pretty nice carrying bag with a few extra storage pockets, which helped to soften the blow a little as far as the price is concerned. So yes, If you're looking for a high end helmet, and you have a "Bell shaped" head, I would highly recommend this product! June 13, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael S: love the look and great reviews. Oct 23, 2015
Michael D. M: very nice and quiet helmet Feb 1, 2015
Julian H: I have a lot of Carbon Fiber components on my bike and I think this would be a good match. Plus I don't have anything that I can "get low" with for faster rides. Im hoping it will make me but a race-bike. I also just like Bell as a brand, and I like that they are still innovating. Jul 24, 2014
diana c: I have a bell star carbon already and love the light weight plus the transions shield is great. Jul 17, 2014
Kyle S: I want the best to protect my brain housing group. And this is quite simply the best. A decade of racing motocross with their helmets, and still being here because of their helmets. That is why I chose to use Bell as I cross over into a weekend warrior sportbike rider. May 23, 2014
Thomas R: Fit is tight. Bell quality. Looks awesome. May 17, 2014
Christopher N: Needed a helmet suited more for the track then my icon and could not be more pleased. This helmet feels very light while riding and great in the tuck ...is windy though but who cares when your ripping up a track Apr 3, 2014
jason c: Looking for a light carbon helmet that looked badass, had good airflow and was comfortable. This helmet is all of the above. Mar 27, 2014
Nathan B: Great styling, performance. Videos make all the difference in my selections Dec 27, 2013
Jacqueline A: Because it badass Dec 3, 2013
Basit S: FREE SHIELD!!!!!!!!!! Sep 23, 2013
John C asked: Any suggestions on how to reduce wind noise? Anything over 45 mph is deafening. Even riding with 25db ear plugs is loud at interstate speeds. Aug 24, 2013
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Sol S: Hi John,
I don't think, in all my years riding (40), I've ever had a 'quiet' helmet. Even when they said it was the quietest one, it seemed noisy. Short of ear plugs my only suggestion is to keep riding and eventually you'll suffer a hearing loss and it wont seem so loud!! Seriously, this helmet is a nice helmet, but even the weight isn't as low as it should be. Two strikes against it. Too loud and too heavy. But only slightly on both counts. I know my motorcycle can't be too loud so it must be the air that's so damn noisy.
Aug 26, 2013
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Roy G: I wear earplugs too and don't have any noise issues. I wear a medium and it is very snug at the cheeks and back of the neck.

I have the helmet chin shield in so that may make a minor difference.

You may want to wear a helmet liner. I have one by Bilt called "Heat-Out". They are cheap $10. It is light weight and wicks the moisture.

Hope you find a solution.
Aug 26, 2013
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John C: I've been thinking that maybe I should be wearing a Medium with soft pads instead of a Large with firm pads.
I wish Bell sold different thickness pads like Arai does.

I do have the chin shield installed.
I'll try a liner because I really like this helmet otherwise.

this sounds dumb but, if I shrug my shoulders or hold my hand in front of my chin the helmet is dead quiet. A neck roll would fix it. Aug 28, 2013
Tarik S: I would suggest trying different ear protection. It's hard to find non-custom plugs that fit snuggly, block noise consistently, and don't sit too far into your ear for comfort and safety. I find this helmet is not the quietest, but not the loudest. I always wear ear plugs, but it takes a lot of trial and error to find ones that work well for the shape and size of your ears. Aug 29, 2013
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John C: Thanks Tariq, I'm using Westone ES49 fitted plugs. Aug 29, 2013
Robert B: Any race spec helmet will be loud. I've owned or tried Shoei X-11 and Arai Corsair and they aren't any quieter. Touring helmets tend to be quieter by design but they're also bigger and heavier.

I use mine on the track only and use earplugs.

I'm sorry I don't have any solutions to offer beside maybe looking at another helmet.

Aug 26, 2013
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Bert J: Hi, I have no issues with it.
All tough, I always ride with earplugs.
I advice better earplugs.

Greetz from Belgium
Aug 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: How many shell sizes? I have buy size medium, but i think is too large on me. Can i simple buy the liner of size Small or they had different shell sizes and are not compatible? My helmet is the Bell Star Speed Freak Medium. Sorry my bad english. Feb 18, 2014
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A S: a further question. would the 3 Shell Sizes be XS-S, MD-L, XL-XXL?
Reason im asking is im looking at buying a Closout sale item, star carbon. Its only available in a small, i tried a small on and it fits well, although the Temple is a bit tight. Could i get a Medium liner and cheekpads and out into a small shell for the added head room?

I really want the Graphic on Closeout, but only available in a Small.
Jul 3, 2014
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A S: So is XS and Small the same shell size? Only difference being the lining and cheek pads?

If I get an XS, I can get the Small liner and cheek pads? I really want this helmet, but I am still in two minds about fitment. From past experiences, helmets always loosen up anyway but if I can mix and match liners 100% I'll buy it
Aug 25, 2014
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A S: I'm looking at buying a one that is currently on close out, it's only available in Small because of last years graphic. I tried on a small but there's a bit of pressure around the temple, can I put a medium liner and cheek pads in a small shell for a better fit?

What sizes do the three shell sizes fall under?
Jul 2, 2014
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Roy G: From my recollection Bell has 3 shell sizes.
I can't help with the liner issues. I have a medium and don't know if Revzilla stocks any liners.
Customer service should be able to answer your question.
Good luck and riding,
Feb 18, 2014
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Imad N: You can change the liner sizes including in between sizes that's what I did and it fit perfectly. Great helmet, I love mine! Mar 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the Silver Button looking things on the sides near the Visor Locking Mechanism? Is it just part of the design or do they serve a purpose? Jun 30, 2014
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Michael G: To my knowledge, they don't do anything as far as the use of the helmet (you can't push them or anything like that). It looks like they may be anchors where the chin straps attach. Jun 30, 2014
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Christopher N: They serve no purpose that I have found other then they may be pins that hold the locking mechanisms in Jun 30, 2014
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Jose Antonio G: It is jus part of the mechanism to keep attach the lever to lift the shield, is part of the design. Jul 4, 2014
Terry B: There is one on each side. They are the rivet heads that anchor the ends of the chinstrap. Jun 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the Silver button looking things next to the Bell Logo on the sides near the visor ends? Just part of the design? Curiousity got to me. Jun 30, 2014
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Jacob A: Yeah, just part of the design of the helmet. I think they just keep some of the inner parts of the helmet from moving around. No functional purpose as I can see. Hope that helps. Jun 30, 2014
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Roy G: I took the cheek pieces out and followed the chin straps to that location. So without ripping out the inner shell I would say it is where the chin straps are anchored. Jul 1, 2014
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Corey S: That is the latch to help hold the shield down in place for high speeds. Also can be flipped to crack open shield for ventilation when stopped. Jul 1, 2014
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Chet C: That is where the chin straps connect to the helmet shell. Jun 30, 2014
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Jon M asked: I'm interested in the Bell Star Carbon helmet, i measured my head right above the ears and it measures 22 1/4
what size will fit me? my head is more intermediate oval rather than round.

thank you.
Oct 22, 2014
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Terry B: Jon,
My head measures 23 1/4 and I own an "XL" Bell Star Carbon. It fits my head perfectly. I hope that helps you narrow down your size question.
Be sure to consider purchasing the solfx photochromatic shield, I really works well.
Oct 23, 2014
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Andrew G: The helmet is very oval most brands I would fit snug in a large being shoei or arai large would fit somewhat loose and would recommend a medium
Oct 23, 2014
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Roy G: Jon,
A medium helmet.
Nov 3, 2014
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A S asked: Does this hemet meet Australian standards? Jun 19, 2015
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Thomas R: Sorry I don't know what the standards are in Australia. This is a light helmet and it gets good airflow. It was expensive but I love it. Jun 20, 2015
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A S: You'd need to buy it in Australia for it to have an A/S sticker. They are for sale in Aus, though Jul 29, 2015
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A shopper asked: I am interested in this helmet. Concerned about fit. Currently wear an arai RXQ xl that I bought from you folks and it fits well if perhaps a we bit loose. Any suggestions on the sizing of this item? May 20, 2015
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saMMY c: This Bell helmet was my first Bell ever bought. All my other helmets were AGV and one Arai Cross Air V helmet which I recently bought. It fits almost the same as Arai Cross Air. Even though Arai has more vents, I think Bell is more airy. I love the way it looks and very comfortable to wear, May 20, 2015
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michel n: M size fit s good for me, previous helmet was a Bell Grands Prix, in M size ,
hope i helped you

ride safe !
May 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: I would like to purchase the Bell star carbon helmet from my local bike shop, it is the 2014 model of helmets. there is some confusion at the shop, whether or not you can get larger cheekpads for this particular year model? ive read here that it may only be the 2013 models that can be changed is this true? Feb 19, 2015
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Terry B: NOT true.
The check pads CAN be changed for thicker or thinner checkpads. The earlier Star Carbons have a different color interior. You will need to know the manufacture date of you helmet (small round sticker inside of your helmet) to make sure the new checkpads match your interior color. You can also look inside of the helmets user manual on page 20, it lists all of the sizes available and part numbers.
Good Luck and enjoy our new helmet.
Feb 20, 2015
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michel n: I dont know, my helmet Bell was purchase 2 years ago, it s a 2013 model, and i already change the cheekpads,it's a very good helmet in fact, but too expensive when you purchase from France, customs tax are huge ! Feb 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does the bell star carbon have different shell sizes. I'm a small and have heard reports of the shell being very large so could look rather stupid?
Nov 27, 2013
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Nathan B: I wear a size small and it does look a little big on me, but I also have a long skinny neck. So most helmets tend to look big on me. Otherwise, I love the helmet and have no complaints. I've worn it for over 6 hours and it never caused my neck to be sore. Also, the Carbon fiber looks awesome in person. I've had a lot of compliments on the helmet. Dec 9, 2013
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Andrew M: The shell is not overly large. Looks great on me and I'm only 5'7 Dec 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: I know Arai has expanded their field of view 5mm on both sides, I was curious how close is the Bell star opening to the Corsair both horizontally and vertically? Jul 3, 2012
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RevZilla: The horizontal angles are similar, but the Corsair V has a taller vertical viewing angle. Jul 9, 2012
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Jeffrey H: I can say for sure for the bell but it feel more narrow then the RX-Q at least. Nov 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the weight difference between the Bell Star Carbon in a large, and the Bell RS-1 in a large? Jan 18, 2012
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OldYeller: The Carbon Star is 2.6455 ounces lighter than the RS1.
RS1 spec lists 1575 grams or 55.5564 oz. or 3.4 lbs.
Star Carbon lists 1500 grams or 52.9109 or 3.3 lbs

I own a Star Cerwinske (non carbon) and an RS1 in gloss black, both size large. The non carbon Star is 1600 grams, 25 grams heavier than the RS1 - that's a bit less than an ounce. I can't feel any difference in weight between the two. I don't know if the Star spec weight includes the optional stick-on spoiler piece. I reviewed both helmets in detail here on Revzilla but since I own both, for your convenience, a short summary here of how they differ:

The RS1 is "cushier" and quieter. Designed with a little more "all around" comfort in mind, it has a thicker more cushioned liner and is a bit more aerodynamic in upright riding positions. It ventilates well and due to the plusher padding, seals nicely around the neck, which seals out noise and drafts up the neck. Venting inside the helmet is very good.

The Star has a leaner, firmer liner and superb ventilation and ventilation control, which makes it noisier. Airflow through the helmet is fantastic and air does come up the back of the neck. I purchased the thicker, firm cheek pads for the Star to ensure a snug, wiggle free fit. I didn't need to do that for the RS1.

Overall - I think both helmets are fantastic! Honestly, it was the Cerwinske pattern that got me to buy the Star, but once riding with it, it does offer superior airflow and airflow control and the aerodynamics at speed are excellent.

One additional note - PHOTOCHROMIC SHIELD IS AWESOME! If you ride day to night often - I commute and do - its worth every penny. Good luck. Email with questions if you want to know more.
Jan 20, 2012
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DauntlessPilot: star is lighter but not by much, around 150g. to me they feels the same. because the balance is very good. May 13, 2013
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Julian Andres C asked: Hi, I had the BELL RS1 for about a year and it's a great helmet, now I need to change it, and I was wondering if it worth the USD 200 difference in price and wich are the real pro and cons comparing them both (RS1 Vs Star Carbon)? Oct 22, 2015
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Roxanne F: It's a great light weight helmet. It fits good and is comfortable to wear. Oct 23, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does SolFx offer a transitions lens for the Bell Star that accepts a Pinlock lens insert? Dec 14, 2012
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RevZilla: The Bell Transitions SolFX Photochromic Face Shield is not pinlock ready, nor do they make a pinlock version. Hopefully we'll see a pinlock version from them in the future. Fingers crossed. Dec 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Does this hemet meet Australian standards? Jun 19, 2015
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