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Icon Variant Construct Helmet

Stripped of graphics and devoid of undue flair - the Construct wanders the earth in opaque minimalism. It is purity of form amongst the flamenco masses. It is truth of materials amid the technicolor hordes. In a world where no two helmets are created equal, the Variant Construct and its raw shell stand alone.

Features:

  • All world standard, meets or exceeds the following: DOT FMVSS 218 (US), ECE 22-05 (Europe), SAI AS1698 (Australia) and SG (Japan) safety and testing standards - does not ship with SAI or SG certification stickers
  • Fiberglass / Dyneema / Carbon Fiber Shell
  • Industry leading multi-inlet ventilation system
  • Wind tunnel tested and refined anti-lift visor 
  • Integrated chin EPS air channels reduce shield fogging
  • Optically correct anti-fog shield
  • Removable and washable HydraDry moisture wicking liner
  • Removable chin curtain

NOTE: Helmet ships with both Clear and Dark Smoke faceshields.

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Icon Variant Construct Helmet 4.4 5 57 57
Love this thing. Matches my DR650 perfectly... and by "matches" I mean "makes me look like a psychopath as I ride to work." A great compromise between a street and dirt helmet, great ventilation, solid build quality, and although it might not be everyone's cup of tea, the visible construction of this specific model is a slick touch. My last helmet was a Scorpion EXO-400, which fit nicely, and in the ICON I am a size smaller, for what it's worth. October 28, 2014
Love it! When I first decided to buy this helmet I was worried about how satisfied I was going to be with it given its high price, now that I got it I can say it would still be okay if they charge more for it, I mean this helmet is awesome and very comfortable and you can feel it's very protective, I am not even going to bother with the looks as it's the sexiest looking helmet out there, people always admire and complement on it especially with the mirrored visor on. I highly recommend this October 20, 2014
Snug at first, but needed broke in, now that it is, I'd never buy another brand, Love it, wouldn't buy another brand, tried many but for cost and cool factor this was the one, October 13, 2014
Bad*** Helmet!!! The white-ish color and black sunvisor really sticks out, making any sunset or sunrise easy to ride against. The wind noise is minimal for a DS helmet but you should certainly be wearing ear plugs anyways. I don't see myself putting bluetooth or a radio in the helmet anytime soon so the noise doesn't really concern me. It's waterproof (obviously after the vents are closed) and the fog-free faceshield works ok. This is a great feature but it's not possible to make any visor "fog free" when you're breathing into a closed-off helmet, the vents are closed, heavy and cold rain outside, riding under 10 mph, etc; so I think it works well for what it is. I originally ordered a medium, knowing I'm a small so I just ordered the small inserts and everything turned out ok. Very comfortable helmet. My only complaint is my own fault: I have a small head and helmets, especially DS helmets look rather large on me. Haha. This is worth every penny spent!!! October 12, 2014
Icon Variant Construct. Absolutely love this helmet! Best I've had yet. Little background on myself, I started with an HJC helmet back in '05(Super Heavy). Shortly after in '06 purchased an ICON Domain(Blue/White) helmet which weighed considerably less, and in '09 got a new ride('05 600RR) and upgraded to an ICON Death or Glory Airframe helmet(Still have it). I purchased the ICON Variant Construct and I love it. Yes, it does show the fiberglass weave underneath and, Yes, it does have an extremely, I repeat, extremely, light yellow haze to it especially in areas(the lip near the tab to open the face shield) where epoxy should be thick and have a little contour to it. Does it detract from the asthetics of the helmet? In my opinion, Not at all. This helmet is meant to be a statement. The black/white contrast(along with my motorhead black/white jacket and B/W gloves) it definitely stands out. The smoke screen that comes with the helmet, is a MUST. It comes stock with the clear but included in the box is the dark smoke. I recommend to anyone that buys it to install the smoke. When I first used it, i could barely tell it was there except the fact that everything was a little darker obviously(not by much). These shields are so clear and perfect you don't even notice. This helmet also has an amazing field of view. I don't have to turn my head nearly as far as I do with my Airframe to see the lane next to me or behind me. For the shield change, the manual could be a little better. When removing the side covers over the screws that hold the shield in place...pop the front of the cover up, and then PULL IT FORWARD AND AWAY from the helmet. If you look at the back two tabs you will see the that they point to the rear meaning you have to slide it forward and out away from the helmet to get it off or else you may break them off. Luckily I didn't break mine but now I know.(P.S. I have never broke the cover plates on my ICON helmets. They always see to be made out of material that can withstand the force of you removing them over and over.) The peak on this helmet is hardly noticable to me when I am riding. I can barely see 1/4 inch of it when I look up, so it doesn't really obstruct my view. I haven't yet had the pleasure of using it on a sunny day as I am stationed in Germany and the weather is turning. I do feel drag when I turn my head to the sides to look behind or just looking around which is to be expected when having something like that jutting out from your head while doing 100km/h(stick your leg out and you get the same effect, yes?). However, in a straight line I find it quite nice on the neck I actually feel like it has a slight lift to it which, to me, makes the helmet feel lighter as you ride. Fit wise, I've always felt that all helmets are too big for me(mediums, smalls are always too small). This one seems to fit/look like it is proportional. My older helmets were more round shape and always felt big after break in. I wear a medium size and this is as true to size as I can imagine. It's snug in the cheek/cheekbone area like a helmet should be to begin with and the pads will soften with use. The forehead and top are all well padded and snug as should be. I have't crashed and don't plan to with it so protection wise, I will have to take their word that it meets the standards. Especially the ECE standards that are followed in Germany(Well noted on the sticker on the back). Ventilation is amazing with this helmet. However, with this added ventilation comes added road noise. Unfortunately, it is the nature of the beast and it is a little louder than most. To be honest, you should be ready for it. I've been riding for almost 10 years now and I can tell already(due to aftermarket exhausts) that my hearing is deteriorating. My suggestion, with any helmet, wear earplugs. With this helmet, if you do, noise shouldn't be any worse than most helmets. I really don't know what else to say. I love ICONs style and when I first saw this helmet I knew that I would eventually get one and I do not regret my decision at all. Overall a fantastic investment. If anything major comes up in the future i will update this review accordingly. September 25, 2014
Incredible helmet, lightweight, excellent peripheral vison! I love this helmet, I get sooo many compliments daily, it is a head turner. Very functional, lightweight, little wind noise, great vision, perfect fit! September 8, 2014
Saved my head This helmet is absolutely stunning! Pics don't do it justice. Goes great with my white alpinestars mesh jacket. The noise at high speeds is a little loud, but no worse than my icon airmada. At high speeds, the peak can pick up some wind but its not bad, especially if you tuck down. I was going to give the helmet a 4/5 except today i put its protection to the test. Long story short, a guy fell asleep and drifted into oncoming traffic, causing a chain reaction of braking. My front brakes locked up and i went shoulder first into the suv in front of me. My shoulder left a huge dent, but is ok from the shoulder pad in my jacket. My head hit and shattered the tail light, no concussion, no head pain, nothing. Its truly amazing. August 8, 2014
Great looking, great fit, but a bit loud when doing highway speeds Love this helmet! Took me awhile to bit the bullet and buy it, but I did and don't regret it. Always get comments (which is just a fun thing) and I know I'm protected well. I trusted the fitment chart and as others have said.. it was very snug to start with. But after 2 weeks of normal use, it's perfect. I switched out of my XL Shoei Qwest to the XL Variant and am super happy I did. Way more air flow and vision. I actually have most of the chin bar vents closed because it was a bit too much on most occasions. Currently using it on my 2007 Ninja 650r. Haven't tried it yet on the BMW 1150RT July 28, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kelly K: safety Nov 16, 2014
Neb M: Looks so fricken awesomee! + Meets & exceeds so many regional safety standards! Oct 16, 2014
Andrew P: I'm a huge Icon fan. I loved the Airmada and wanted to try the next step up as an alternative lid to wear. Oct 8, 2014
Julie M: My son told me to! Sep 18, 2014
Ian P: Previous good experience with ICON helmets and I like the technical look of the construction details Sep 5, 2014
Matt S: Love the style and think I will stand out more from traffic. Will update review once in hand and after a few weeks of use. Jul 14, 2014
Christopher A: Nice looking helmet for a decent price. Love the white/black combo. Jul 13, 2014
Penelope C: Chose it for reputation and style. May 20, 2014
Timothy R: This is the coolest helmet ever. Fits snug. great movement. May 5, 2014
Mike M: I like to be a little different. Read several raving reviews and, well, it looks badass. Mar 15, 2014
Lakiri H: Looked awesome! Light weight. Nov 25, 2013
Joseph B: looks rad Oct 21, 2013
James L: I like the way I look with my head intact Sep 16, 2013
Travis C: Multiple pathways of online research and budget considerations led me to this nasty lid. Sep 2, 2013
Michael S: The good reviews and videos from your site. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Does this helmet come with the smoke shield as shown in the picture? Mar 11, 2012
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caninphx: As others have stated the Construct one does come with a dark smoke shield as well as the clear shield. Both shields are treated with the antifog coating. However, with my dark smoke shield the fit of it is not as good as the clear shield. It seems to stick out slightly to the left and right of the nose area on the chin bar. Not much but just slightly, like it is not curved correctly or something. Maybe just my shield, does it affect anything no, it just allows a bit of air to come in. Apr 10, 2013
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cANDc: Icon variant Construct White.

Yes it comes with a clear and smoke/dark lens.
The contrast between the white shell, visor and the dark lens is amazing.
Aug 8, 2012
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Rigs: The Rubatone comes with a clear shield. I believe only a couple of models actually come with the smoke shield, one of them being the Construct model. Apr 5, 2012
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Thomas S: Comes with a clear shield installed and the smoke shield is included. It's a dark smoke. Hides your face, but not good for night riding at all. Feb 18, 2013
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Chris K: Yes, as notated at the bottom of the product details, this helmet comes with a clear AND a smoke shield. Mar 12, 2012
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Larell: Yes. Helmet comes with the clear shield installed and the dark smoke shield in the box. Jul 16, 2012
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Aexus: It comes with a clear shield installed, and the dark smoke in the box as an extra. Mar 13, 2012
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upononenewman: Comes with a clear shield installed and dark smoke in the package. Jan 8, 2013
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ClutchN808: yes mine came with both tinted and clear shield Dec 14, 2012
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Sidky I: Yes. One clear shield, and one smoked shield. Sep 22, 2013
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TheKernwhole: Yes it does, it also comes with a clear shield and a handy little flat head tool for your key chain that will undo the screws to change shields. This process takes about 5 minutes. Jun 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: How much does it weigh please? Aug 15, 2013
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Chris M: It is a moderately heavy helmet. A friend of mine has a full carbon helmet and it is dramatically lighter!!! ( and more expensive). This helmet is a Kevlar compound. That being said I have no complaints about the weight when comparing to my old fiberglass helmet.

Cool look, Get tons of compliments about my lid.

Side note: Visor is not quick change, must remove screws.
Aug 15, 2013
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jacob r: I don't know the exact weight but I have serious neck I jury's and this helmet doesn't bother me. I'm coming from a RK102 carbon helmet and was t a huge transition. I love mine. 20,000 miles on it and would get another Aug 15, 2013
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Jon V: I am not sure of the exact weight of the helmet. I purchased one a few months ago. It feels very light. Not heavy on the head. Very comfortable, probably feels lighter than it actually is. Aug 20, 2013
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Steven D: Hello! The weight of size S in total is 1782 gramms. Greets Steven Aug 20, 2013
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Sidky I: 1.6 Kg..saw it from the DOT sticker on the back of the helmet. Sep 22, 2013
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Wesley M: Helmet weighs in at about 3 lbs. My favorite helmet!!! Aug 15, 2013
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David S: My scale said 4 lbs. Aug 15, 2013
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KINSEY M: I think around 5lbs Aug 15, 2013
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Alex N: 1690g +/-50g Aug 15, 2013
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Jenner B: 3 lbs 11 oz. Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the peak removable? I love the look, and functionality in most scenarios, but could see removing the peak if i was doing a lot of highway/highspeed riding. Nov 26, 2013
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derek w: It does not come with a removable peak. That being said, there is a video on youtube about how to remove it. Also you can get instructions from icon on how to remove it. It doesn't look hard to do, just not something you could do quickly and easily. Hope that helps.
Derek
Nov 26, 2013
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Steven D: No it isn't. It is replaceable but I definitely do not recommend trying to swap it in and out. Very tricky and the back edge is held on with double sided tape. Took me a while to get mine installed correctly. Quite a bit of swearing involved as well. Nov 26, 2013
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Joe S: i've never tried to take it off, but it doesn't bother me too much on highway riding. granted i ride a moto so it hasn't seen much over 100mph. but either way it cuts through the wind pretty good imo. and for the record, this is a great helmet. Nov 26, 2013
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Charles V: I haven't tried to remove it yet, but I can tell u it doesn't vibrate at all in hight way travel. It works at look awesome. I hope that can help. Nov 27, 2013
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Nathan S: The peak is not removable. I own the helmet to get the peak off you would most likely permanently damage the helmet. Nov 26, 2013
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Sersy V: No the peak is not removable. It is integrated with the visor and the vents. Highway riding is not that bad with it. Nov 26, 2013
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Alex N: The peak is not removable but it also does not catch the wind at speeds up to about 120mph. Nov 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Even though this touted as street helmet, are there any features/aspects that prevent this from being a viable dirt or dual sport helmet? Aug 27, 2013
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Ronals C: This is what I would consider a great helmet for adventure bike owners who spend about 60-80% of their time on the street. I have owned this helmet for nearly a year now and wear it daily on my commute to work. It is very comfortable, vents well, and turns heads. However, there are better choices if you spend over half your time on the trail. Aug 27, 2013
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Jared S: It really is quite similar to other dual sport helmets, I have used mine on trails quite a bit. Obviously you want to be careful not to scratch the visor on branches and the like, but I've been happy with it. I ride a supermoto

Also, the pads are easily removable for cleaning if you happen to get them muddy or otherwise dirty.
Aug 28, 2013
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Timothy R: The only feature I would see is if you want tear offs. As a dual sport it would be fine. But when u go to dirt, i would have a regular helmet and goggles for that. I have not tried this helmet with goggles since i dont ride dirt yet. But i do love this helmet. Changing lenses is a pain with the two screws but, it is easy. Aug 28, 2013
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Robert L: I believe this is the perfect helmet for duel sport/adventure riding. Taking the visor off and using googles would make it just right for dirt/duel sport. Good air flow but it is not affected by wind. The helmet runs a little small. I'm normally a large but its a bit tight in the cheeks. I would not size up though. Aug 28, 2013
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John-Devin A: I use it as a dual sport on my wr250r. Take down the levees and trails and it works fine. I wouldn't trade to a different helmet. I highly recommend it. Aug 27, 2013
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Trevor C: I personally use it for street only. Some of the guys I ride with use them when they're on their supermotos and it holds up just fine. Aug 27, 2013
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Matt M: I have heard that goggles don't fit well inside the helmet opening - I haven't tried but that is what I have heard from others. Aug 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this specific one or any of the variants come with a chin skirt? Dec 31, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes! This variant, as well as the other variants of the Variant (hah) - all come with a removable chin curtain. Jan 2, 2013
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caninphx: YEs the Icon construct helmet comes with a chin skirt, I believe all the icon variants do. Apr 10, 2013
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JK47: I believe it's any Variant but I know my Variant Construct came with one. May 10, 2013
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Thomas S: This one does indeed come with a mesh skirt already installed. Feb 18, 2013
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jimmy w: Didnt notice before but the Item specifics state it does. Dec 31, 2012
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upononenewman: All of the variants come with matching chin skirts Jan 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Looking to see the difference between this new Variant helmet against the previous versions, also I've seen some people say that it runs a size bigger? Feb 22, 2012
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RevZilla: The ICON Construct helmet is just a new graphic that ICON has offered for the Variant in 2012. The primary difference is that the Construct includes an extra dark smoke tinted windshield. The fit on the Variant is a bit tight, so if you are between two sizes, we would recommend to go one size larger. May 2, 2012
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Sean11: I wore a Large in my other helmet and ordered a large in the Variant and it fits pretty tight on my cheeck bone area but feels like it could be a little tighter around the side of my head and the back. But it doesn't wobble side to side or up and down so it works well for me. Apr 2, 2012
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ClutchN808: seems that every ones opinion is diffrent ... people say that they had to send back because they needed to size 1 up from their normal ... with me i stayed with my normal xxl when icon's measurements sized me with a 3xl im 228lbs 5'9 with a big head xD Dec 14, 2012
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Larell: I have a size LARGE in the Bell Vortex but a MEDIUM in the Variant. Both helmets fit very well. I tried on the Icon Alliance before buying the Variant, and I was a LARGE in that as well. Also, the fit is a little narrower than the Alliance. Jul 16, 2012
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Thomas S: Slightly bigger. I went down a size and it was a very snug fit. If you are a larger medium you may not want to order a small. If you are a smart medium then I'd order a size down. Feb 18, 2013
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CBRr: The k3 fit me perfectly in a medium, but the k4 medium didnt fit at ALL! Feb 23, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have an Icon Alliance Helmet, size Medium...
For the life of me I can't find this helmet in any of the shops near me to try it out, and I was wondering how the sizing of this helmet compares to any of the other helmets in the icon line up, such as the airmada, alliance, etc...
Is the sizing similar to any other helmet?
Sep 9, 2013
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Yeshe P: I found that the sizing is partially accurate. I normally wear a large helmet, and while most brands are comparable, the cheek pads in this helmet may be a little too tight depending on the shape of your dome.. For me It's far too tight as is and removing the helmet is difficult. There is a sizing reference for cheek pads and I've read that another owner purchased the 3XL cheek pads since they are thinner. Sep 25, 2013
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Jet T: The Variant runs slightly smaller in fit than the Alliance. Depends on how snug you like your helmet but It was still really comfortable for me. Kind of like the difference between a standard car seat compared to a racing seat. Sep 18, 2013
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KINSEY M: Hi we'll not sure if your familiar with the flex fit caps, but I wear the L-XL size and I use a XZl helmet so basically it's the same as your hat sizes. Sep 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: what is the extra hydradry piece with the butterfly wings for? and where do i place it? Jul 4, 2014
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Lakiri H: It's for cold weather riding. You attach it to the helmet on the bottom just below where your chin would be while wearing the helmet. The " butterfly" wings are tucked in between the plastic outer rim and the cheek pads. If you have ever pulled your cheek pads out you will see that the pads have the same type of plastic butterfly-looking pieces that hold them in place. The wind stopper device attaches the exact same way. With it installed is sucks getting the helmet on and off but it's worth it when the temps are 50 degrees and below. Hope this helps... Jul 4, 2014
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David S: It fits up under your chin. The "butterfly wings" slide up the side of the helmet between the lining and shell and keeps that piece keeps those pesky bugs out. Jul 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Any issues with fitting glasses after putting the helmet on? Jun 23, 2014
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Steve B: With the standard cheek pads it was a bit difficult. i switched to thinner cheek pads and it made the helmet more comfortable and my glasses fit much better. i have a size L helmet with size xxl cheek pads. Jun 23, 2014
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Aaron A: No problem wearing glasses with the helmet on , I wear prescription glasses and still find the helmet very comfortable. Jun 24, 2014
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Brann H asked: Two question; What's the weight difference of this compared to the Variant Carbon? Do you think the "exposed" construction of this helmet makes it more susceptible to sun damage? Nov 3, 2014
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Luke R: This is my daily helmet that i grab every time. i have three helmets, (one other being the Shoe x-12, a much more expensive helmet) and i choose this helmet every time! i love it, You wont go wrong if you buy it!! Nov 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Revzilla, I tried on two other Icon helmets locally, and hopefully you can me which fit is closer to the Variant.

I wore different sizes in each style:
Airmada Large
Alliance Medium

Please tell me which got the Variant is closer to? Thanks!
Aug 31, 2014
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Chris H: From what I can tell the shell is closer to the Airmada. I take a medium in my Seven Zero Seven and Shoei but a Large in other makes. I'm right between sizes on the chart but I've got a large Variant fits great. The sizing guide is accurate from what I can tell and with the cheek pads that are available you should be able to adjust the fit. Sep 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: How many shell sizes are in the variant? Mar 10, 2012
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RevZilla: The Icon Variant Helmet comes in two different shell sizes; XS to MD and from LG to 3XL. May 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: Or is it just the included padding size. Feb 9, 2012
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RevZilla: The sizes XL and the XXL use the same shell size. The only difference is in the cheek pad and liner thickness. May 3, 2012
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Icon Men's and Women's Helmet Sizing

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

Click here to see the full Icon Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 822561 0101-5895 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
SM 822562 0101-5896 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
MD 822563 0101-5897 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
LG 822564 0101-5898 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
XL 822565 0101-5899 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
2XL 822566 0101-5900 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
3XL 822567 0101-5901 Available: Expect 1-4 business days processing time prior to shipment