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Created for speed. All the protection, features, comfort and styling you need for great riding. Kestrel Z-Line helmets include the breakthrough Pinlock equipped Lumino Photochromatic faceshield and Pinlock lens.
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Hans K: I choose this helmet b/c it fit the style and features I was looking for and also b/c it was on sale.Jan 27, 2014
DAVID M: Excellent value given the positive reviews with the lumina and pinlock thrown in .....Sep 22, 2013
Eugene L: Smaller Fit, Premium materials compared to others, NOISE REDUCTION and of course, the photo-chromatic shield!Sep 15, 2013
S H: Needed a replacement helmet; this one was on clearance. The photochromatic lens was attractive as I really don't like buying extra face guards and having to swap them out. Also like the style of the internal (removable, wicking) liner. The video illustrating the features was very helpful. Also like that they have an "ML" size as I often find myself squeezing hard into an "M" but too loos in an "L".Aug 10, 2013
DAVID M asked:Is this helmet suitable for fully upright riding position?Sep 22, 2013
Michael A:David, I believe the LaZer Kestrel helmet seems good for upright as well as the tuck position. I ride a Ninja 250 which I sometimes I am in the upright position. I bought the Kestrel Deep but I also bought the transition visor as well. It is awesome. The Kestrel does fit differently (snugger) that my Scorpion EXO 400. It's a little more challenging putting on my glasses. Otherwise, you get sufficient air even in the upright position.Sep 22, 2013
Christopher M:I'm wearing the Kestrel Deep Hi-Viz on my dual sport, and loving it. Even while riding upright, I still get lots of airflow. The Lumino shield with pinlock is probably one of my favorite features. It's a little louder than I expected it to be, but it's quieter than the Scorpion or the HJC that I had before it. It fits great on my fairly round head, much the same as HJC in my opinion.Sep 23, 2013
Joseph B:I have the Kestrel Deep and ride a Yamaha FZ6 naked. I find this helmet to be among the quietest I have ridden in (compared to Scorpion 1000 and Bell Vortex). If I have one criticism it would be the cheek pads on the Kestrel cover my ears and become uncomfortable on longer rides.Sep 23, 2013
Thomas G:It seems it was designed to be used in all three positions- full tuck, 1/2 tuck, and upright. I use it while riding a Versys and it works just fine. However, it does require you to move your head slightly to achieve a full lower field of view. The photochromic shield is awesome. Sep 22, 2013
Sheikh H:Hi David M. Yeah sure it's great for upright riding. I've been riding on this helmet on my scooter up to 140km/h & it holds up quite well. I even can check for my blind spots effortlessly. But of course, there's a little resistance during windy days...but its alright.Sep 22, 2013
Marcel G:It has a very wide angle of view and it's very comfortable in an almost upright position (I ride a Triumph Street Triple, mostly). The lumino visor really makes it practical for all day/night riding and that reduces stress a lot.Sep 22, 2013
Thomas A:I'm riding an upright standard and this helmet is fine. No buffeting (wind blast hits me just under the helmet, a little higher than I would prefer). Lots of wind noise, so I always wear earplugs.Sep 22, 2013
Nick P:Works fine for upright riding. The bottom chin bar is a little high, and may get in the way of an instrument panel glance, but not bad. The transitions visor makes it great, but the visor needs to be a little darker.Aug 4, 2014
Nick P:I feel I'm an expert on this. It doesn't block out the noise from rally loud pipes, (like mine), but otherwise, is average on noise level. The best bluetooth setup would have to be with earbuds of a noise isolation type. Best buy and performance hands down ins the Plugfones, (~$15), with a bluetooth device that will allow their use. I use a Sena SMH-0306 kit with the SMH-10. It's great. The problem with regular earbuds on this helmet is the earpad that presses against the earbud. If the earbud is protruding, it presses, and the wind noise gets transmitted into the ear. The Plugfones are essentially earplugs with speakers, and they do a great job (NRR of 25). Speakers in this helmet aren't a good idea, unless you are willing to do surgery on the padding.Aug 4, 2014
James R:It is decent but wind noise takes over at 60mph+. I wear earplugs if im riding farther than 30 mins. Can't help you on Bluetooth. I absolutely love the visor. That is why this helmet gets bought.Mar 25, 2014