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The Biltwell Blast Shield is a custom-fitted five-snap flex shield designed exclusively to cover the eye port on the Gringo full-face helmet. The Biltwell Blast Shield completes the retro-inspired racing look of Biltwell’s DOT lid. Made with impact-resistant die-cut flex polycarbonate shield construction and heavy-duty stainless steel snaps. Perfect pairing with the Biltwell Gringo Helmets.
Note: SM fits XS-MD Gringo Helmets & LG fits LG-2XL Gringo Helmets
Works great! Looks great!
This is definitely a must have. You know you especially if you have no front Fender. Keeps you rolling through rain or shine!
August 25, 2014
Maybe for cooler days
I prefer the goggles, or sunglasses, but this will probably be better in the winter. I've only worn it once, and got a little hot.
July 8, 2014
Wear glasses? You need this shield.
When I bought my Gringo(full face) I got the bubble snap on. I also wear glasses. Pulling the bubble off and carefully lining it back up was a pain at each stop to remove or put on my glasses. The blast shield is fantastic. You can unsnap all but the the two side snaps and put glasses on/off. Or get some extra volume talking to your friend next to you.
Just remember to remove the plastic protective coating on each side. My friend rode for about 60 miles complaining about distortion in his vision.
April 1, 2014
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Ellen W:I wear glasses and I recently bought the Gringo with the smoke blast shield, and I have to take my glasses off, put the helmet on, put my glasses on, and then snap the shield on. It sounds complicated and I didn't really think about it before purchasing, but the shield is fairly easy to snap on. It's not as rigid as a bubble shield. To answer your question more simply, no.Mar 26, 2014
Gerald W:No. You must put the helmet on and then put your glasses on thru the opening. This is a real drawback of the Gringo. I purchased a blast shield with my Gringo and found that it is a pain in the a$$. I wear prescription glasses and use a pair of over the glasses sun glasses or a cheap pair of Coleman goggles when I ride with this helmet.Mar 26, 2014