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Weight: 3.92 lbs

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GMAX GM11D Dual Sport Helmet - Solid

GMAX is extremely excited to introduce the GM11D Dual Sport helmet. This GMAX dual sport helmet is truly an all season sport helmet.

Features:

  • Lightweight thermo-plastic poly alloy shell
  • Helmet can be quickly converted from a visor configuration to a visor-less configuration
  • Helmet includes clear shield, visor and side plate covers for use when visor is removed to give the helmet a clean full face street look
  • Clear shield is completely hidden under the visor and out of line-of-sight, when in the fully raised position.
  • Large eye port that accepts even the largest goggles
  • Visor is designed to allow airflow to pass uninterrupted across the helmet to virtually eliminate helmet-lift at highway speeds
  • Shield can be fully raised or lowered when using goggles
  • Maximum air flow is achieved thru shell/styro & comfort liner vents
  • Top, front, and jaw piece vents are a bold design that can be fully opened or closed with a gloved hand
  • Plush removable washable interior
  • Removable washable cheek pads
  • Integrated speaker pockets in cheek pads will except most communication devices
3.8 / 5
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4.1 / 5
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4 / 5
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Comfort
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Style
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GMax Helmet Sizing

Size Head (cm)
XS 53 - 54
SM 55 - 56
MD 57 - 58
LG 59 - 60
XL 61 - 62
2XL 63 - 64
3XL 65 - 66
4XL 67 - 68

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

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
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No fly, no worries ;)
Originally I was out to get the Fly Trekker in solid white, but they were sold out everywhere I looked. Then I saw the Gmax had just come out, and it looked very similar. I figured for just over $100, I would give it a shot. It is still very new, and I only have a few rides with it, but so far I like it. The goggles I have fit fine and the face shield closes over them without issue. The shield also opens higher than the fly, totally out of sight and keeps airflow going to the forehead vents.<br><br>One feature that intrigued me was the speaker pockets on the cheek pads. I have a Sena SMH10 that I use in my street helmet with the optional ear bud attachment. (Speakers didn't cut it, especially with ear plugs) I decided to put the speaker base on and give it a try on the Gmax. Its great! The speakers sit VERY close to my ears. So close, in fact, that when I put on the helmet, I have to give it a little wiggle to get my ears to unfold into position. Sounds like a drawback, but the advantage is that with the close proximity of the speakers, there is plenty of volume. I use this helmet primarily on my DRZ400, so most rides aren't really<br>long or loud (wind noise), so I haven't tried it with earplugs yet.<br><br>I am taking a trip to Colorado this week, and will try to remember to give any worthy updates when I get back.
July 23, 2012
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
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Early review for sizing help
I normally wouldnt review an item without owning it for a while, but since there are no reviews of this helmet yet I thought I would give my early impressions.<br>I ordered a size Large in solid Black. According to the cart I measure a Medium head 22.5", however the large fits me fine. I would not want it any smaller.<br>The fit is somewhere between the afx fx39 and the Fly Trekker. It is a little tight high on the cheeks like the trekker, but not as bad, and I belive it will break in. Otherwise the size fit is similar to the afx. The chin strap is a little low and close to my neck, but so far not to uncomfortable.<br>The biggest sellilng points for me are the removable visor, and the fact that the face sheild is completly out of view when raised. For these reasons I choose the Gmax over the AFX and Fly.<br>The quality seems good for a helmet in this price range. I have no issues with my sunglasses fitting. I have not tried it with goggles. I dont notice any distortion in the sheild.
June 20, 2012
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3 / 5
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1 / 5
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3 / 5
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Not great, not horrible.
This was the first DS helmet I ever purchased. I ride a street legal dirtbike for a living and was looking for something with a wider field of view, something that would keep the wind off my face on colder days, and, since I ride with a partner, something to keep the dust off my face a bit better than a regular motocross-type helmet.<br><br>This helmet absolutely fit the bill and worked better than expected for all three issues I was looking at fixing. I really appreciated being able to ditch my goggles and, even with the face-shield closed, I got tons of ventilation. And even with the large amount of air moving across my head, with the chin curtain in and the shield closed, it kept me far warmer than I would've been using a typical MX lid.<br><br>A couple problems keep me from fully recommending this helmet and will have me looking at a different brand now that the GMAX is broken.<br><br>One, the shield fogs very easily. I guess I'm spoiled with my street bike no-fogs, but keeping your vision clear on colder mornings was challenging.<br><br>Two, the liner snaps need a major redesign. Nearly every time I pulled the helmet on or off, one of the snaps (usually those on the rear neck) would unsnap. Aggravating when simply brushing your hand on the liner would cause the snaps to undo. Shame, because otherwise the liner is very, very nice. I should mention that the helmet fit me a bit loose so it wasn't a case of me trying to shove my big, fat head into a tiny hole.<br><br>Three, this is fragile! My helmet rolled off my bike and landed IN GRASS and that spelled doom for the shield locking detents. I pulled the shield off, figuring I knocked something loose and would be able to repair it, but there was nothing obvious. After this incident, the shield was either all the way closed or all the way open (after I rigged up a latch to keep the shield up).<br><br>Also, last night, I brushed against a branch and the top visor mount broke, causing the whole visor to slide down and cover my eyes. Look at the picture of the helmet and how the visor bolts to the top of the helmet and you can imagine how and where it broke. Prior to this, the front edge of the visor cracked and broke off after who-knows-what happened. The visor is pretty brittle...just wish it were a hair more flexible just to be able to withstand day to day wear.<br><br>I could probably find a new visor and new face shield locking parts, and I can deal with the liner issues, but taken all together, it's hardly worth hanging on to, so into the garbage it goes. It lasted 3 months (5 days a week, 8 hours a day) and is probably a really good case of getting exactly what you pay for. If you're gentle on your equipment and you're OK with the slightly goofy looking style, this is a great value. It's comfortable and beats the pants off the normal helmet/goggle configuration. I just need something a little heavier duty and maybe geared for more of the dirt side of our sport rather than the pavement side.
October 16, 2013
Ride:
2016 KTM 1290 Super Duke R
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
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3 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
You get what you pay for
I took this helmet along with my AGV Ax-8 on a 2200 mile trip. The summary is that this one was initially my day helmet and the AGV my night.<br>The good: plenty of airflow.. room for earphones.. excellent field of vision.<br>The bad: Very heavy and large.. The visor rattled alot...<br>Small pieces and parts broke easily.. i.e. the center visor screw hole in the helmet stripped right away... The center visor screw plastic broke...the left side shield stopper (small black piece) broke..<br>I'm not extraordinarily rough on my helmets or gear..<br>I guess it was worth a $100 because even after all that, it still functioned as a helmet. I would not buy another GMax product.
October 31, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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Absolutely best bang for your buck at around $100
I did extensive research on an inexpensive helmet to purchase for riding off road/trail on my KLR650. I wanted something comfortable, and safe, but didn't want to worry about dropping it or scratching it all up like I would with my Shoei Qwest. After watching several video reviews of different helmet brands, I committed to the GMAX GM11D in Titanium. My Qwest is matte black in medium. I did like GMAX recommends and measured my head again to determine that I should be in a medium in the GMAX also. When the helmet arrived (a few days earlier than expected) I was pleasantly surprised by the style and look.<br>I'd like to remind anyone who negatively reviewed this helmet, this costs under $100. The standard features on this helmet, including the cool max interior, could easily put this in at least a $200 range. You can notice minor blemishes in the shell, but nothing I wouldn't already expect. When I first put on the helmet there was a bit of pressure near the front of my hairline, and directly to the rear of my head. Many reviewers will describe the sizing on this helmet as more for a rounder head. I have an oval shaped head, and knew that prior to going into this. After knowing how popular this helmet was I had to find out for myself. I pulled the liner out and, with the back side of a spoon, pressed the Styrofoam down just a tiny bit in the places I felt pressure. I reattached the liner and viola! Perfect fit. This helmet actually fits a tiny bit looser than my qwest, but that's probably more the shape of my head. The padding isn't as dense either, but another reason I wanted a dual sport helmet is for venting in the summer months. I love my qwest, but everyone knows there aren't many vents and especially in black matte, it's pretty warm in the summer. This helmet has great venting, and the eye port is gigantic. I haven't ridden over 60mph with it yet, but haven't noticed any buffeting, and the peak doesn't cause any pull at all. I don't understand the people who said this helmet pulls, or that it is loud. The qwest is one of the quietest helmets on the market and I want to say this one is right there with it. Maybe people are comparing the pull to not wearing a helmet?? In addition, I ordered and installed a smoke colored face shield. After riding without one for a day, I was impressed by how much the peak blocked out the sun. I don't think a tinted shield is necessary, but I'm used to riding with one so I'll keep it for a bit. I will say that the "smoke" color is much darker than expected, so prepare for that. I'm not sure I will even purchase another street helmet now that I've been exposed to the DS line. Thank you G-Max, for making such a quality piece of equipment at an amazingly affordable price point!
April 13, 2014
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5 / 5
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Awesome for the price!
I bought this helmet instead of a traditional dirt helmet for two reasons. 1. It looks awesome especially with the tinted visor. 2. It was a much cheaper alternative to the Icon Variant. Overall very impressed with the helmet. Great price and good quality
September 1, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Absolute best entry level DS helmet on the market!
The Gmax 11D,S is by far the best entry level, dual sport helmet money can buy. I've tried other brands and they were no comparison. One important feature of this Gmax is the ability to slightly vent the shield. Anyone who's ever worn a helmet will agree. Most others at this price point don't allow this. The ventilation throughout the helmet is paramount. There are many options for shields as well so if you dont like to vent, you can buy a dual lense shield and have 100% zero fog. I have a dark smoke dual lense and it works perfectly. Cheek pads are another amazing feature here. They are the same type used in $400+ helmets. Very comfortable, super easy to clean, wonderfully priced, and the comfort liner is right on par. My helmet is a medium. It comes with 20mm pads but I ordered 25mm and the fit is now perfect. Glad to say I can't comment on how protective this Gmax is, but it does feel very solid and I surely feel confindent while riding. Lastly, quite possibly the best feature of this helmet, is the full shield clearance when raised. Nevermind goggles, even a small pair of sunglasses are a pain to handle if the shield doesn't raise like this one. Overall, there is no helmet this close to a hundred bucks that will give you the standard features and options that this one does. It's definitely a winner. I have matte black but I'm actually ordering another in the white/silver graphic. There are two small downfalls in my opinion, there is no option for a second sun shield, and there should be more color options for the graphic version. I ride a honda so I'd love some red mixed in. Those two changes would make this helmet absolutely flawless. Not a huge deal though. I hope this review is helpful and gives you a bit of insight. Ride safe. Two wheels down!<br>2008 Honda CRF230L<br>Jerry
August 3, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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3 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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Good entry-level helmet
Fogs up when stopped, as others have said. But it was $100, looks great, fits great. I'm happy.
September 30, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
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3 / 5
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Stylish & good air flow
I really like the style, airflow and surprisingly, it's fairly quiet; compatible to my Arai XD-3. It's definitley much quieter than my HJM Si-MaxII, which now sits on my shelf. Area of improvements, the visor vibrates slightly at the sides where it screws into the helmet, visor could use a non-reflective tape on the underside of the visor, more visor position adjustment & offer different cheekpad sizes. The helmet fits snugly around my head, but the cheekpads are getting loose with each use & there's increased side-to-side movement when I turn my head while riding. But, for the $, it's a "top-notch" product !!!
July 17, 2012
Ride:
2005 BMW R1200GS
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
2 days of wear started to fall apart
After only wearing this helmet for 2 days during my motorcycle safety course the liner that was glued to the foam liner which the comfort liner clips onto began separating from the rest of the helmet and sounded like there was crunchy plastic under it. I know my descrition of the issue is hard to picture so please look at the attached image for a better idea.I bought this helmet from a local shop and they were kind enough to either order me another or let me exchange it for a different helmet. I chose to get a different helmet seeing that after 2 days of wear it was falling apart. I could not trust my head inside this. I would only recommend this helmet to someone who is only looking to have something on their head because its the law. Also the previously posted review about the helmet shattering on a grass impact does not surprise me in the least bit. It sucks because the helmet was very comfortable and the coolmax liner was very nice perk for a low end helmet.
July 5, 2013
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Ordered for my wife I have this model like it a lot
Dan M on May 30, 2016
Birthday present for my son.
Melissa F on Nov 4, 2015
Ordered for my wife I have this model like it a lot
Dan M on May 30, 2016
It's a good dual sport helmet at a great price.
Ryan G on May 5, 2016
Birthday present for my son.
Melissa F on Nov 4, 2015
Chose this helmet because it was affordable, had good reviews, and looks like an amazing helmet
Rick E on Oct 17, 2015
looks great and fit my budget
Jose A on Jun 11, 2015
Price and video review sold the deal
Eric S on May 14, 2015
because I like it
joze e on May 9, 2015
Wanted a dual sport helmet as spare
Frank L on Feb 19, 2015
Like the style and had good reviews
Rey B on Feb 14, 2015
This is a good value helmet for trail riding.
David P on Jan 27, 2015
Needed an inexpensive helmet to take to Ecuador off roading
Carlton E on Jan 5, 2015
Price, Looks, reviews.
Gentil N on Nov 9, 2014
Chose this helmet for the fit, colour and price and bought it from Revzilla to thank them for all their informative videos.

Rob - DRZ 400S rider
Robert G on Oct 11, 2014
Great price for a great looking helmet.
Amy L on Jul 9, 2014
Good price. Good reviews. Can use for summer and winter use.
andy s on Apr 3, 2014
wanted a good/cheap offroad helmet... funny, it has become my full time one.
M Y on Mar 10, 2014
Needed a DS lid, and this one was stolen two rides in.
Kurtis F on Feb 15, 2014
Good helmet. No problems so far. Slight complaint is that the visor is very "curved." It basically creates a slight distortion of the ground in front of you. Otherwise value for money, its fine.
Steve B on Jan 28, 2014
Fits well, does what it's supposed to, and looks cool. Too bad it doesn't come with a mirror shield option.
David F on Sep 7, 2013
It's a good dual sport helmet at a great price.
Ryan G on May 5, 2016
Chose this helmet because it was affordable, had good reviews, and looks like an amazing helmet
Rick E on Oct 17, 2015
What is the difference between the GM11D here vs GM11S listed other places and the GM11 Snow sport Nova besides the color?
The shield looks different, but what is different about it?
I'm looking for an all year round atv helmet and hoping one of these helmets would fit the bill.
Thanks,
Ryan
A shopper on May 23, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The S (snow) comes with a shield that attaches to the normal shield, making it a double shield. It also comes with a breath box. So it's exactly the same as a D but with a couple accessories that help prevent cold weather fogging.
Hello, I am thinking that this is the perfect helmet for me, but the only problem is that i must wear glasses when riding. I was wondering if the helmet has room for glasses underneath or if the helmet comes really close to the temples making it hard to fit glasses underneath? Thank you - Phil
A shopper on Apr 20, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have a tinted visor, so when I do any night riding, I have safety glasses that I put on and leave the visor up. It's somewhat tight, but not uncomfortable. My glass are plastic, so it can bend and form around my head. Metal ones might get bent, or wont form around your head.
What safety ratings does it have?
A shopper on Aug 23, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The helmet has a DOT rating. Which it means it meets the same standards as a Shoei and just about all other helmets produced for the American market. I've owned two and love both. And feel very safe wearing them.
with the clear shield down, do you have clear 100% visibility or is your vision somewhat distorted by the lens?
A shopper on Sep 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: It is distorted at the bottom just a line of distortion if you look foward the lines in the middle of road about 3ft in front of you is the area of effect at first its noticeable but after that you don't notice it's a good helmet no real problems for me.
Recently bought this and my lens is distorted. Is my lens faulty? Will a replacement lens do the trick or are all of them a bit distorted.
A shopper on Apr 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: If the Lens distortion is at the point along the lens little higher then bottom of the face shields it distorts the road as your eyes look down then it is ordinary, it's a little distracting but if you look out sight and move head you will not notice it , I got use to it I have the hd lens too and it is still there soo I don't think buying a new lens should fix it but with the hd lens it is a little less noticeable because of the Orange tint, hope this helped you.^_^ if it's not at the point i said you could buy a new lens if you went or look online for other buys for more info about the distortion you have.
i was wondering how this helmet was on a sport bike i ride a 2004 636?
A shopper on Apr 1, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Take off the visor and you should be fine.
Is the face sheild removable? My goal is to use it for dirt in the summer and my skidoo in the winter but i dont want to ride in the dirt with the face sheild. Thanks.
A shopper on Aug 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is removable, I use the face shield in the dirt with sunglasses.
How much does it weigh?
A shopper on Feb 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Don't know the exact weight, but compared to my Arai XD-3 it's much heavier. However, being constructed of polycarbonate material, it's expected. What I like is the "huge" face opening & the shield pulls up completely out of your view. Also, I've tried several other DP helmets similar to this and found that Arai XD & GM11D has the most effective sun shield. Other are simply too short and angled too high to be useful. I use my GMax for commuting everyday and save my Arai for touring. In my opinion, GMax is the most "functional" DP helmet for the $.
Are there any other shields that can be bought with this helmet? I see it comes with a clear shield.
A shopper on Jun 20, 2012
BEST ANSWER: We have the GMAX GM11D Faceshields available.

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gmax-gm11d-faceshield
What shape helmet is this? Round oval?
A shopper on Jun 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I'd say round oval is about right... I like this helmet a lot. I generally wear HJC and this is a little looser fitting overall. Good DS helmet, especially in winter ??
Hope that helps!
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