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Nolan N104 Helmet - Solid
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The Nolan N104 Helmet represents an evolutionary step forward in Nolan's helmet line. The N104 is much lighter (7oz) than previous models and features a lower profile, achieved through the use of multiple shell sizes, better aerodynamics and a much larger viewport for increased visibility. The (patented) chin guard rotation mechanism, with elliptical trajectory, makes it possible to minimize the total size of the helmet's front section when the chin guard is open. The "sail" effect is consequently greatly reduced, increasing rider comfort even when the chin bar is raised. The ultrawide eyeport is the largest of any Nolan helmet, both vertically and laterally, allowing for maximum field of view.

The AIRBOOSTER ventilation system is equipped with an air intake in the chin bar, another intake in the brow, and two exhaust vents at the rear. The inner comfort lining includes removable cheekpads, inner liner, neckroll and chin curtain, all of which are washable as well as antifungal and antibacterial. The redesigned comfort liner also accommodates eyeglasses much more easily than before.

All Nolan N104 helmets are also N-COM B4 ready (N-COM B4 is designed expressly for the N104 and is sold separately).  

Shell Features:

  • Injected polycarbonate GE Lexan shell
  • 7oz lighter than the Nolan N103
  • Two Shell engineering allows Nolan N104 to offer sizes from 2XS to 3XL (2XS-LG and XL-3XL)
  • Dimensionally correct sizing allows ample cubic volume in chin/nose area

Faceshield Features:

  • Face shields are now sized to fit the two different shell sizes (2XS-LG and XL-3XL)
  • Ultra wide eye port opening is the largest on any Nolan helmet for superior visibility
  • Shield is changed by a simple push button mechanism
  • Pinlock shield included with each helmet
  • VPS (Vision Protection System); slider bar to lower, push button release for instant retraction
  • VPS lens is scratch and fog resistant

Chin Bar Features:

  • Centromatic chin guard opening mechanism requires dual action, simultaneous action to prevent accidental opening
  • Dual action opening mechanism is positioned in the centre of the chin guard and allows for easy, one-handed opening


  • AIRBOOSTER ventilation system, ensures optimal ventilation where is is most required
  • Air intake in the chin guard draws air in and onto the inside of the faceshield
  • 3 position top vent (closed, crown vent, crown/brow vent)
  • 2 venturi exhaust ports at rear of helmet
  • Plastic vent tube channels in EPS disperse cool air throughout the helmet interior

Inner Liner:

  • Features removable cheek pads, inner liner, neck roll and wind protector
  • The inner padding of the N104 is easily removable and washable and antibacterial
  • The shape of the inner comfort padding facilitates eyeglass wearing
  • Reflective insert at the centre of the roll neck further improves the rider's visibility at night
  • Neck roll can be removed easily, for more comfort in the warmer months

Other Features:

  • N-Com Communication System compatible (sold separately)
  • Features Microlock2 quick-release retention system
  • Microlock2 consists of a plastic ergonomic opening lever, and of a second aluminium toothed and holding lever
  • Microlock2 minimizes the possibility of unintentional opening while still making it ergonomic and easy to use
  • Meets or exceeds D.O.T. standards

Nolan Helmet Sizing

Size Measurement (cm)
2XS 53
XS 55
SM 56
MD 58
LG 61
XL 62
2XL 63
3XL 65

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
Metallic White / 2XS 798644 N145270330059 Out of Stock
Metallic White / XS 798645 N145270330057 Out of Stock
Metallic White / SM 798615 N145270330055 Out of Stock
Metallic White / MD 798646 N145270330052 Out of Stock
Metallic White / LG 798647 N145270330051 Out of Stock
Metallic White / XL 798648 N145270330056 Out of Stock
Metallic White / 2XL 798649 N145270330058 Out of Stock
Metallic White / 3XL 798650 N14527033005X Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / 2XS 798688 N145270330019 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / XS 798687 N145270330017 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / SM 145596 N145270330015 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / MD 798686 N145270330012 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / LG 798685 N145270330011 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / XL 798684 N145270330016 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / 2XL 798683 N145270330018 Out of Stock
Platinum Silver / 3XL 798682 N14527033001X Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / 2XS 798624 N1452703300069 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / XS 798625 N1452703300067 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Wine Cherry / SM 798626 N1452703300065/N145270330065 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / MD 798627 N1452703300062/N145270330062 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / LG 798628 N1452703300061/N145270330061 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / XL 798629 N1452703300066/N145270330066 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / 2XL 798630 N1452703300068/N145270330068 Out of Stock
Wine Cherry / 3XL 798631 N145270330006X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Nolan N104 Helmet - Solid 4.5 5 544 544
Excellent helmet, but a bit loud This may be due to the fact that I've never owned a modular helmet, but the N104 is definitely not a quiet helmet. Other than that, you can easily tell it's a quality choice. A bit on the heavy side due to hinges, flip up etc. The look is stellar, airflow is above average. A bit tight on the ears (and I have average to below average sized ears). In general I think it nails its price point but I believe next time I'm going Shoei or Schuberth. November 3, 2015
This Product Is Great So Comfort... So Quiet... Wide Visibility... Pinlock System Is Easy To Use... September 24, 2015
Good helmet with a few small issues The helmet is comfortable but not as quiet as I hoped for. Latch to open is made of thin plastic. It probably will last long but just seems fragile.Features are good .Vents , size of visor, pin lock,interior. Fit is on the tight side. July 27, 2015
Microlock bad, real bad! Finally a helmet that fits but the microlock chin strap is horrible. I wore it for my commute a few times then did a 5000 mile ride. I messed with it all day every day. Pretty good helmet with a log chain for a chin strap! July 4, 2015
Way too tight around jaw. Feels great without the cheek pads.. Build quality-style-ventilation-features-very nice. Cheek pads are too thick and too firm. No smaller replacement available. Check comments on replacement pads- poor fit. June 2, 2015
excited but.. Maybe I'm too hard on the helmet. It maybe just slightly too large now that it is broken in. I love the speed strap instead of the d ring. I love the modular feature. I love that you can get different shields for it, but... I get a lot of buffeting at higher speeds and there is a lot of wind noise. I've never needed ear plugs before and now I had to go out and get them. I got the B4+ for the helmet and like that just fine so all things considered. May 11, 2015
My third Nolan When I found Nolan was made in Italy, decision over. I will not trust my head to something made in China. My squash is worth more, yours should be too. This is the helmet I took on my 3600km tour of New Zealand. Light and adequate ventilation. May 3, 2015
great helmet Daisy use, comfortable easy to use. One of the most comfortable helmets I've tried. April 27, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ian F: Loved my previous Nolan modular helmet Nov 29, 2015
Pete E: The 3X fits me better than other helmets. good fit for my big head :-) Aug 31, 2015
Elias D: Needed a super type helmet Jul 23, 2015
Phillip B: Price, reviews, and a friends experience with this helmet led me to purchase one for myself. Apr 14, 2015
Donald H S: reviews Apr 6, 2015
Charles W: Needed quality helmet ,after purchase, I knew I had a great helmet. Mar 19, 2015
MARK P: watched revzilla youtube video and liked the features & benefits of this model helmet..also I currently a Nolan helmet Mar 14, 2015
Travis B: Best Modular helmet I could find that was sub $300. It also fit well and has the largest field of view I have ever seen from the inside of a lid. Mar 9, 2015
P L: features and price Mar 1, 2015
Richard H: Because it was a Noland. Feb 28, 2015
G R: Allround good helmet Feb 22, 2015
Asher M: Best value, best visibility
But I want more quiet
Feb 19, 2015
Adam F: it was a great price and the n104 was a very well reviewed helmet. Feb 12, 2015
Daniel N: Recommended by a relative who has similar helmet. Very satisfied Feb 9, 2015
Terry A: Reviews showed this was a quiet and light modular helmet. Feb 4, 2015
david c: wanted flip up feature and nolan not only has a good product but has been involved in this technology for years Jan 27, 2015
Matthew K: I've had previous versions of the Nolan N series and I've found them to be terrific helmets. I understand the N104 is a little lighter and has a slightly smaller shell, so I'm looking forward to getting it. Also, my head is more oval vs. round shape, and I find the Nolan to fit my head much better than say a Bell Revolver. Jan 25, 2015
Kevin R: Price and Nolan quality Jan 23, 2015
Robert S: Best price by far Jan 16, 2015
Steven F: I have had 3 Nolan helmets before and was very satisfied. I think this will be the best one yet. Nice styling and good price. Jan 15, 2015
J U: Used before and got this for my wife, who doesn't wear/ride as much as I do. Fine and confortable helmet. Jan 12, 2015
Lon R: Read several helmet reviews and the Nolan was rated very high in all areas, along with the reviews in revzilla and the videos that made my mind up Jan 5, 2015
Steve O: recommended by a buddy; like modular; on sale. Jan 4, 2015
Jacob K: I've wanted a modular for a long time and Schuberth and Nolan were on the list of contenders. Good quality helmet and on closeout, how could I resist. Jan 2, 2015
Thomas B: I wanted a helmet that would hook up to my Goldwing and bluetooth to my cell. I did like that the communication system was made for the helmet and not a thing on the side. Dec 26, 2014
Adam Z: I have been wearing Nolan modular helmets since their first model at least ten years ago. I have tried a few other brands, and nothing else works as well, fits as well, or feels like this level of quality for a similar price. Plus, they are made in Italy, not China. Dec 24, 2014
Dennis R: Wanted a high quality Poly carbon helmet in modular design. I liked the wide vision area and fog proof design. Dec 18, 2014
Daniel I: To protect my and my wife's noggins. Dec 13, 2014
RICARDO P: Good price, size, great quality and very good review. Perfect! Dec 4, 2014
Richard P: Looking for a good quality helmet. Based on the reviews this should be a good one. Also the Boise City Police us this one. Dec 3, 2014
william M: I have owned Nolan helmets before and I liked the comfortable fit. I wasn't real pleased with the release being on the side.It took two hands to release the chin bar. Now I see that the N104 has a single front release. yea Nolan!!! Dec 1, 2014
Christina G: Nolan fits my round face perfectly...I want modular for the hot sunny days in town. Dec 1, 2014
Richard R: A great product at a world's best price - Richard Reeve Nov 30, 2014
Jon J: I thought it looks and sound's like a good product from all the videos I've been watching! Nov 28, 2014
Michael T: The price and review of product. Nov 28, 2014
Michael S: Upgrade from N103, great helmet :) Nov 23, 2014
patricia b: Nolan usually has Proper fit for me, color (cab yellow), modular, pin lock included, PRICE, ventilation,supposedly improved visual area, and did I mention Price? Also hope it has reduced noise compared to some less expensive modulars. These pluses should out weigh the inherent Sena mounting difficulty. Nov 20, 2014
Zario C: Best bang for the buck. Nov 16, 2014
"" ": Combination of quality and features for the price. I wanted a solidly built modular with drop down tinted visor, wide view, comfortable fit, decent wind noise reduction and pinlock included without taking a second mortgage on my house. I had my heart set on a Shoei Neotec, but this seemed like an acceptable compromise for a little less than half the price. MSRP on this helmet is $450. I got mine on clearance at Revzilla for $289 (36% off). The Neotec is $584 pretty much anywhere that sells it. Nov 1, 2014
Angela H: I checked the reviews, I ordered it we will see. Oct 28, 2014
Robert M: Comprehensive research and evaluation led me to this model. RevZ's price and reputation caused me to purchase it here.Thanks.RWM, Jr. Oct 26, 2014
John D: The Nolan N104 Helmet is a premium grade helmet that will provide me with years of wonderful use touring Australian roads Oct 26, 2014
Edmund H: my third Nolan, great price. Oct 23, 2014
Kevin T: Impressed with video explaining everything and nolan reputation Oct 18, 2014
Gary K: Selection and price. Oct 14, 2014
K I: Great price and fine quality. This was my third Nolan helmet in the last 12 years. Oct 12, 2014
Raymond W: It has all the quality features I'm looking for including the pinlock system, sun visor, and it happened to be discounted $170.00. I purchase all my high end items from Revzilla because they have outstanding customer service and they stand by their products. I don't mind extra spending money either when I can get great product education with product videos. Oct 10, 2014
Paul Y: My current helmet is a Nolan and I like it. Time for a new one. Oct 7, 2014
Eric J: This helmet was great but the chin strap mechanism was very uncomfortable. I could not find a position that didn't end up hurting my adam's apple. Oct 7, 2014
Rolando A: Nolan are exelent helmets.I,m using Nolan for over 12 years. Oct 6, 2014
Wade T: read great reviews. Had it almost 5 months now and absolutely love it. Will never try anything else. Sep 29, 2014
Bruce M: I compared a lot of helmets. This seems to have the most protection for the price. Also, repeated comments about the wide field of view compared to other helmets. Sep 22, 2014
Scott W: I've been looking at this helmet for awhile and it is normally out of my price range. Once I saw it on closeout, I couldn't help but make the purchase. Now all I need to do is wait for the N-COM B4 Bluetooth Kit to go on close out and I'll be complete. Sep 22, 2014
Ken M: Quality and reputation of Nolan; cost Sep 22, 2014
Brian G: My second Nolan. Been happy with the first one so I'll try this. I Like the Euro style chin strap, and the last one had great ventalation. Sep 20, 2014
Jerome H: fit, features Sep 20, 2014
Peter K: Recommended by a friend. Sep 17, 2014
gary j: Modular design and quality helmets Sep 15, 2014
Michael L: Checked out the ratings and it was well rated. Sep 14, 2014
juan omar p: alreaddy know it, exelent view from inside. Sep 12, 2014
Tom S: Wanted modular good price and Nolan has so laid rep. Sep 8, 2014
Fred H: Returning this product. Does not fit my head. Not impressed with the quality--seems flimsy. Hoping the Schuberth I just ordered will be better. Sep 7, 2014
carlos r: the looks is super for the price is greet Aug 31, 2014
Sean P: The video demonstration explained all the positive points of this helmet. The sale price was another factor why I chose this helmet. Aug 25, 2014
William G: Excellent video, good reviews, great price Aug 23, 2014
Arthur G: needed a helmet for those long days and drinking water is sooo important Aug 23, 2014
Keith M: Mostly the price and reputation of Nolan. I am trying the flip up style for the first time too. Aug 22, 2014
Raul S: "I picked this items for price and I like the model. Aug 22, 2014
Robert S: A friend has one...I like the modular helmet. My old helmets are very old. I am going to Europe to ride BMWs through the Eastern Alps. Most riders in Europe whear full helmets. Aug 19, 2014
Myron F: Personal favorite,good helmet value. Needed a new one. Aug 18, 2014
Dennis R: Features & positive reviews Aug 18, 2014
Leah T: Many of the folks we ride with swear by the Nolan brand! So, we decided to set aside our HJC's for new helmets. Can't wait to try them! Also, thanks for the informative video's; made choosing a whole lot easier. Aug 16, 2014
Bryan V: cost and features Aug 5, 2014
Roger F: I have been wearing Nolan helmets for a number of years.... very pleased with them. Time for a new one,particularly at this price!! Jul 30, 2014
Kenneth J: Great price, Jul 30, 2014
Aaron M: Friend loaned me his helmet and I fell in love with it. Would never buy anything else. Jul 30, 2014
Charles K: Wife uses a Nolan N-91. I liked the helmet and the fact that Nolan allows room for speakers. I went with the upgraded N-104. Jul 29, 2014
A s: Review read. Jul 25, 2014
Susan P: Great value! Current helmet poor quality. Jul 25, 2014
Jim T: The video presentation was very thorough and unbiased, and the price was within my budget. I wanted a modular helmet. Jul 23, 2014
Rodney S: Nolan helmet replacement, time for an upgrade Jul 22, 2014
Wayne M: Need something light weight for 12,000 mile trip. Like the built in comms capability and flip up front visor Jul 15, 2014
Robert R: Looking for a modular helmet that accommodates an integrated communication device. Jul 13, 2014
daniel j: style, comfort, price Jul 4, 2014
charles j: wanted a modular helmet Jul 3, 2014
A C: Hi there, I have been looking for a good quality helmet at a reasonable price for quite a while now, Nolan N104 fits the bill perfectly, cant wait to receive it..........cheers..........Alan.....Club Foote....Tasmania Jul 2, 2014
C A: I had the previous model. Jun 27, 2014
Bruce P: I'm a tour/cruiser rider and have a N103 and have worn it for the last 3 years and +10K miles. It was my first modular after wearing only full face gear for 5 years. It's a great helmet all around for me; well constructed and no problems. But the draw of having 7 oz. less is too much to pass up, especially since I normally do 150+ miles when I go for a (short) day ride. Jun 24, 2014
Cogbrain: Best bang for buck. Jun 18, 2014
Mauricio B: I choose this based on functionality offered for the price. Also Nolan is a very reputable brand, som I'm confident I made a great decision. Jun 15, 2014
Daniel A: After a number of hours of online research this was the best combination of quality and price. The next slightly better choices were $100 to $250 more. This one also had a good review, other than needing better venting, in Rider magazine. Gearing up for a big ride out west and gear cost is adding up so have to save a little where I can. Jun 15, 2014
E K: I have the N103 and its great. Great reviews on Revzilla Jun 11, 2014
Ronnie C: advice from friends who ride Jun 10, 2014
Joseph T: I have the n103 for several and been very happy. It's a premium helmet at a very reasonable price. Hoping the 104 will be even better. Jun 9, 2014
Christopher C: Personal experience with the helmet was my first choice. I ordered through revzilla because of the service. Jun 7, 2014
Greg S: great touring helmet full face and module with sun shield Jun 5, 2014
patrick m: I've had Nolan helmets in the past and came back to them because of the value and features of this helmet
I'm very happy with this helmet its light, good air flow and fairly quit.
Jun 5, 2014
Roy F: I have a friend who purchased this item and is very happy with the product. Also, I was impressed with the features of the helmet. Jun 4, 2014
Carmelo B: The best helmet I ever Own,Love it. May 31, 2014
CHASE J: the Bluetooth accessibility is what got me. Looks like a comfortable helmet, durable. My friends swear by the brand. May 30, 2014
P L: Wide vision, v. good ventilation, pin lock shield included, Antony's detailed video, free shipping/exchange, & price. May 26, 2014
Christopher J: The guys at the BMW dealership all have Nolan Helmets May 24, 2014
David M: I was looking for a helmet that has anti-fog, pinlock and greater airflow. I also liked the extra view offered by this helmet. May 23, 2014
Bruce M: style, features and price May 16, 2014
dorinda o: have worn nolan helmets before. they fit me well. May 13, 2014
steve r: great fit and style. color matches bike. May 12, 2014
John K: I like the vent and shade features. May 11, 2014
alfred b: this is a reasonable price modular helmet and is good quality from Italy,and not to heavy, good for my recreational touring kind of riding. May 11, 2014
Greg H: exchange May 7, 2014
P E: I got a Nolen N102 helmet from an owner when I purchased his used bike, and loved it!
It needed new "fresh" liners and visors, but the old helmet was 6 yrs old, showing age, and cost to update was enough that I decided to buy a new helmet.
May 6, 2014
brian s: already own the N90, and wanted a new helmet Apr 29, 2014
Ken M: With an oval shape head, this this is what I have been looking for. It has good features that make it safe, comfortable, and attractive. I am partial to the modular style because it gives me a feeling of security. I look forward to wearing the helmet for many years. Apr 28, 2014
D E: My 103 is getting ratty.... and old Apr 28, 2014
Dale H: Highly rated and construction. Also has good wide vision. Apr 25, 2014
william s: replacing my current nolan n102 Apr 23, 2014
Bryan S: based on other reviews of the quality. Apr 22, 2014
James S: Had Nolan 100E several years ago. Great helmet and decided it was time to return. Seems an excellent combination of quality and affordability. Apr 14, 2014
william p: I am changing from an open face ARAI to the Nolan. The wide visibility is a plus as is the pin lock and shade.
I'll get back to you!
Apr 12, 2014
Cheyne T: Top quality and features at an affordable price. Apr 11, 2014
Larry W: My wife and I have worn Nolan helmets foe 15 years. They have always been comfortable and served us well. Apr 10, 2014
Jose L: Best for the price Apr 9, 2014
John R C: This is my 2nd Nolan N104, a fantastic helmet for the $. RevZilla is the best, great price, fast/free shipping. Thanks! Apr 6, 2014
eduardo c: 3rd helmet! Apr 6, 2014
Philip G: Great reviews and Nolan reputation was solid. Great Helmet at a great Price! Apr 6, 2014
Daniel M: The Nolan N104 is an outstanding helmet. Very comfortable on me, and the pinlock visor is great in the winter . . . it doesn't fog at all. . . . EDIT . . . I've been using it for almost a year, ow, and it is everything I hoped for. Great fit, very comfortable, and the pinlock feature does away with fogging faceshields, hot or cold weather. Apr 5, 2014
Denise M: I have tried on so many helmet recently trying the find the perfect one for me. I am claustrophobic so wearing a helmet tends to freak me out. But if I'm going to ride with the hubby I have to be safe. This helmet had the easiest on off and the widest field of view for me, making it the most pleasurable helmet I've ever tried on. Apr 4, 2014
E L: Because the video explanation of this helmet and the reviews posted. Apr 2, 2014
Wink S: After comparing reviews on revzilla Apr 1, 2014
Scott J: I was looking for modular helmets in particular and really liked what Nolan had to offer. The fastening system is great along with all the other features. Nolan is a stylish brand that has strong name recognition and positive reviews throughout. Mar 30, 2014
M I: The best helmet for the money. Just perfect after 2 seasons.. Mar 29, 2014
Burt G: Recommended by fellow rider Mar 28, 2014
Kim R: Great on line reviews and super price. Mar 26, 2014
edward f: I like the product, revzilla had best price Mar 22, 2014
Wesley P: Nolan has a good reputation. Reviews say it is as comfortable and quiet as Arai helmets. I love the inner sunshade since I ride East in the AM and West in the Early PM and the sun in the Columbia Gorge thru riding season is blinding at those time. Your price is Good. Your video presentation was comprehensive and educational.

Mar 20, 2014
Barry John T: Ideal for the kind of long distance travelling I do - both here in Australia and in Europe. Mar 19, 2014
Larry W: Internet research narrowed down to this helmet and Shoei Neotech. Nolan had great reviews at about $160.00 less. Mar 16, 2014
Charles B: I wanted a modular helmet with an internal sun visor that didn't cost a billion dollars. Mar 16, 2014
Todd W: Wanted a flip helmet again, had a Scorpion Exo 900, which I liked but wanted to upgrade. The sale price on this helmet put it in a similar ball park, and yet I hope the features will be much better. Like the locking chin bar, the much wider angles of view, the greatly increased venting, the pinlock lens feature. Overall, I think I'm getting much more for just a few more bucks - we'll see... Mar 15, 2014
Morris V: A friend had one, and I like how it looked and functioned. The price was also in the reasonable range for this type of helmet. Mar 14, 2014
[oname] $: Features and price were very good. Sizing seemed small so I returned my large for an XL. Mar 14, 2014
Jason A: Features, improved air flow and pinlock system. Reputation. Mar 13, 2014
Ken T: Good price and great quality and safety. Fits well. Mar 13, 2014
Ronald W: These guys seem to have a passion for quality and customer satisfaction, and love what they do. I learned more in 30 minutes about helmets from the informative videos than I did in 30 hours of independent web research. Great job and thanks! Mar 10, 2014
Jerry C: This is my 4 th Nolan 104. The first one needed to be replaced after a nasty head crash in Argentina on an Andes dual sport ride. Too fast in the pea gravel. Saved my life.
Second and third I still use at different homes. This one bought for the new interior sun shade.
I think they are the best regardless of price.
I've shopped Shuberth, Shoie, Bell, Arai...the whole deal.
Jerry Cox Queen Creek, AZ
Mar 7, 2014
Bruce E: This helmet had all the features I wanted very innovative and price low enough for me to treat my self ! MY hot point were : air flow design that looks like it would work including chin air dam. I like the way the release on the flip up works. removable liner , pin lock lens , good seals, quite. if all these live up to there potential I will love this Helmet. Mar 7, 2014
Richard M: Second one I buy. I really lke this helmet. I was afraid of heat issues and fogging and always stayed away from full-face style because of this. I've ridden with this helmet in 30C and plus weather and the ventilation is excellent.The PinLock system works great preventing fogging. I enjoy the flip which you can lock-up and I can only use the sun visor. I use Sena SMH-10, which clip-on holder I could easily fit with a short dremel mod to a non-structural part of the helmet and all is very good. Mar 6, 2014
Peter C: I have a Nolan 102 - great helmet but getting old this one is lighter, quieter and an internal sun shade Mar 5, 2014
Nicholas S: A friend's rec Feb 27, 2014
Kurt S: The helmet in yellow is high-vis which is a plus for safety, and has a simple, uncomplicated appearance combined with huge versatility in the flip up face. The face is low in profile when raised, which is attractive in style, due to the hinge's unique moving pivot point design. For sight seeing, I prefer the full flip up face for unrestricted vision at short stops in beautiful places. Feb 15, 2014
Chad A: It's a really nice, comfortable, cool, well ventilated helmet. Excellent visibility. Feb 10, 2014
Marc K: First helmet in years Versatile and great on the roinad.no fog visor works great. Am really enjoying it. Feb 2, 2014
Sean K: Big fan of these helmets they stand up for years Jan 30, 2014
Carlos C: ok Jan 28, 2014
Gabriel G: this helmet is my selection between the three differents option (diffents brands). for me this is the best value for money. Jan 27, 2014
c andrew c: modular, flip down sun visor, vent port - good reviews by customers Jan 25, 2014
Sean K: Nolan has been my helmet of choice for many years. They stand up to long miles and years of wear. Jan 25, 2014
Barry D: This is my fourth Nolan helmet in 14 years. I've researched other brands, worn other brands (including Schuberth) and keep coming back to Nolan for three reasons: first, they fit me like they were custom made for my head; second, their articulating chin bar hinge makes for comfortable riding with the chin bar up; and, third, they are an excellent value (even with recent price increases). Jan 21, 2014
robert f: I wear glasses, so the modular along with the Nolan features allows me to slip the helmet on without taking off my glasses. also I like the lightness and the safety yellow, along with the slid down visor. Jan 19, 2014
Carl P: Upon reviewing the online ratings and the very details revzilla.com videos Jan 16, 2014
james s: I have wanted a Nolan helmet for my next helmet for a while.... Revzilla had it at a great price and free shipping , that makes the price even better.... anthonys tutorials on the products revzilla markets and sells is informative and I don't have to go to five different places to get five different sells pitches... Jan 8, 2014
Thomas C: I have an N103 and like it. Jan 3, 2014
william b: to small very uncomfortable returned Jan 3, 2014
Thomas D: Good reviews, good price, increased versatility due to modular form. I really like the retractable sun visor. The modular form also makes it really easy to put on. I found full face helmets always squashed my nose when I put them on (I do have a big nose). The helmet is very comfortable after only a few hours of riding. Jan 1, 2014
Randy H: All the features and color Dec 17, 2013
Patrick H: quality, and features for the price. also I know european safety standards far exceed us DOT. excellent review on Revzilla
I apprecieate the staff taking time to review and show the features.
Dec 13, 2013
William W: Replacing Nolan N100. Dec 11, 2013
James R: The Nolan N104 seems like a good helmet, good reviews and all. I really wanted the blue Voyage but guess it's no longer available. Dec 5, 2013
Craig K: I chose Revzilla because of their Price Match Guarantee, I found a slightly lower price and they happily matched it. Their customer service is top notch, they ship fast, what else can you say? I chose Nolan helmet for low noise, great quality and a reasonable price. Cheers. Dec 4, 2013
Alan H: Good reviews on the helmet Dec 3, 2013
Scott W: need a modular, love nolan; already have two Dec 3, 2013
Robert M: Wanted a modular w/ sun shield and Pin Lock. Good review by Web Bike World Dec 3, 2013
Thaine S: Very good helmet for the dollar and has a lot of good features. Dec 2, 2013
Nick E: Best helmet for the price that was available today and I got the last one as a Christmas gift from my riding babe! Thanks Anthony for the awesome demo video. Dec 2, 2013
Paul W: Good quality and affordable modular helmet with good vision. Your information video's were a great help in my choice. Nov 29, 2013
terry a: Nolan quality. Fits great, comfortable easy to use. Nov 20, 2013
Jay S: Needed a quality full face helmet and was not satisfied with anything local SoCal shops had to offer. watched the video several times and decided on the N104. Best helmet ever owned Nov 19, 2013
Keith A: I have been riding w/ a Nolan elite hemet for the past 8+ years. It's time to replace it. Nov 16, 2013
Patrick K: I like the video reviews you have on all the modular helmets I was interested in. I wanted a quality modular helmet but I did not want to spend $500 +. The Nolan 104 hopefully will do the trick for me. Your information about the helmet, how to size, etc. made a difference in deciding to order this product from you. Nov 16, 2013
Elias D: recommended Nov 6, 2013
gene a: perceived quality @ price point Nov 4, 2013
Christian H: Time for a new helmet, so after watching the Revzilla TV video, it seemed like a good product for the price point. Nov 3, 2013
Jose A: Recommendation Nov 2, 2013
keith c: Hi, My reason is the price,hopefully the service as well ? hopefully this is the correct helmet ordered which is the flip face type and also the quick release clip to undo the helmet under your chin.

The video impressed me also which is very good advertising,and being in Australia this is something that is lacking here ?

Regards Keith
Nov 1, 2013
GUILLERMO P: I think they have the best balance between price and quality Oct 21, 2013
Alan R: I really like the wide shield and the ability to see downward with greater ease, venting featurers, chin bar locking in up position, and pop down/ pop up sun shield and of course, the price was much lower than any of your competition. Oct 21, 2013
daryl m: Wanted a modular helmet, with the widest view possible, and it had options to fit factory comm. Oct 20, 2013
Richard F: Modular, with integrated sun visor. Thought i could save some money over the Neotec, which i should have bought. I don't recommend this product Oct 17, 2013
John T: Good buy, got one for me and one for my wife. Oct 9, 2013
Darah W: Nolan makes a good product, so I thought I would give it a try. Oct 6, 2013
Dean B: Tried one on a few months ago, but couldn't afford it. Went back to the store last week, and it was gone! I'm glad I found RevZilla, and the price was better, too! Oct 5, 2013
Nathan G: Looks, and the good reviews I read from past buyers. Oct 3, 2013
James A W: I have had a Nolan N102 since 2007 and I have been very satisfied with it. The new N104 has some nice improvements, so I stuck with the Nolan Brand. Oct 2, 2013
T. Mark K: excellent helmet: great dollar to performance ratio, water-proof (rode in heavy rain for 25 mi with not a drop passing through shield seams), convenient strap latch system. cannot speak to integrated prep for Bluetooth. Comfortable and plays nice when in cold weather (interior shield system really works). Holds up to wear and tear well, after a little more than one year use. Oct 2, 2013
Harold N: Owned a Nolan 10 years ago and was happy with it then.
Tried Shark Evoline but was not comfortable in it. Shoei Neotec was overpriced.
Not Made in China!!!
Thank you Italy.
Sep 21, 2013
Jodie M: own a Nolan currently, and am very happy with it, time for a new one! love the rotating chin guard, easier to get on and off for those who wear glasses. lots of wonderful features Sep 20, 2013
jose m: It is very nice price-safety relation!! Sep 18, 2013
G R: Price , fit , service. I have had this item now for 3 months and love it. Sep 17, 2013
Chris M: Comparing fit and reviews of several modular helmets, the Nolan N-104 was the right fit. Plus, it was on sale! Sep 17, 2013
Bryan C: Appeal Sep 15, 2013
Rick H: I did a lot of research and really liked the options the N104 offers. Your site really helped me make my decision. Sep 14, 2013
Mario P: From the video's it looked like a good middle of the road helmut , also the discount helped Sep 12, 2013
Ben G: Features Sep 10, 2013
Raymond P: Solid lightweight modular design. Airflow and protection. Com ready Sep 5, 2013
Kenneth R: Features quality price Sep 3, 2013
Alec M: I've had Nolan modular helmets before, and they fit nicely. Shoei helmets do not. I also like the improvements Nolan made in the N104, especially the larger field of view through the face shield. Sep 2, 2013
David C: Great reviews and price. Aug 31, 2013
William E: It's latest state of the art as far as I can tell. Was recommended by some of my riding friends. Also my brain and skull are valuable, at least to me. Aug 30, 2013
Susan M: Evaluated the Shark Evoline 3 and Shoe Neotek along with the Nolan 104 as my final 3. It came down to air flow, field of view, SHARP rating (important for a modular) and price vs performance. You videos helped a lot. Aug 28, 2013
Timothy B: Video Review Aug 27, 2013
Steve H: Nolan is the best buy out there. Quality and function at half the price of the competition. Easy to wear and use. Aug 26, 2013
scott v: bluetooth & FM radio Aug 17, 2013
gilbert u: I have bought 3 Nolan helmets in the past. Time for an upgrade from a 103 for weight savings and new features of the 104! Aug 14, 2013
James G: This is the best helmet I have ever owned period. The modular design is perfect for us since there are occasions where we don;t want to take our helmets off (drinking, eating or border checkpoints). Plus the added benefit of the flip down shades which on this helmet are actually functional! Ventilation is another reason we went with this model, since we live in AZ and the heat can build up if you don't have enough ventilation. The color also matches our BMW K1200 GT almost perfectly! Aug 10, 2013
John B: After research and reviewing other helmets, this helmet meets all the standards I am looking for at a very good price. I wanted comfort and protection without paying a great deal of money. I watched the informative video on RevZilla which provided a great deal of information on the helmet. I also found RevZilla to offer the best deal on this product. Aug 10, 2013
Che-Chuen H: I own a Nolan N85 (non modular) helmet. I like the fit, the features (esp the integrated sun visor), the performance, and the price. I needed another helmet for my passengers (2007 Yamaha FJR), so I thought I'd try the modular version. Who knows, I might use it for long tours as well. Oh, yeah, the Nolan N104 is also one of the few helmets in other colors besides some shade of black or white. The wine cherry option matches my FJR perfectly! Aug 8, 2013
Gary A: I am looking for a modular Helmet. Aug 6, 2013
mike s asked: Wondering if the tinted visor lever along the left side will interfere with the mounting of my Sena SMH10? Thanks.
Oct 8, 2013
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Karl E B: Mike, Sorry to say I have a Goldwing and I use J & M interface to work with my Goldwing system and Bluetooth with a corded J & M headset that was installed by J&M. So I cant say anything about the Sena SMH10. It works great for my application!
Oct 8, 2013
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Roberto B: Yes it affects it, although not making it impossible to use. It'll be difficult to manipulate the visor lever because it'll be quite close from the communicator. You can play with it with no gloves and knowing what you're doing. It's not that easy if you're riding. Another point : you'll have to use the adhesive mount instead of the "plier-like" mount that can be used with most of the helmets. Mar 24, 2015
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Justin M: There's a guy who mounted the headset that made a post on blogspot. You can fond it easily by googling it. The install required cutting some of the helmet, but if you have an adhesive mount I won't be destructive. The place the guy mounted makes it look like there is good clearance to operate the visor lever. Sep 3, 2014
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JC M: I don't have any idea. The Nolan N-104 comes with it's proprietary bluetooth and wireless intercom that my wife and I (riding seperate bikes) found satisfactory to tour the whole North American continent. Oct 8, 2013
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Matthew T: There are plenty of folks running Sena and Cardo scalas on the 103..it definitely gets a bit tight..
But it can be done..once you learn the mechanics of where everything is it becomes second nature.
Oct 8, 2013
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Paul D: Depends on where and how you mount it...I don't have any issues with the sun visor lever and may Scala rider unit....I'm very satisfied with this helmet. Oct 8, 2013
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Steven B: Should be OK. There is plenty of room for things. Very big eye port. Like helmet a lot. Oct 9, 2013
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Randal W: I'm not exactly sure of how the Sena mounts but I've installed a U-Clear HBC 200 unit and have had no clearance issues as I positioned it slightly further back, closer to the communication Nolan cut-out. The position works since the microphones are embedded within the speakers and there is no boom mike to mount on the exterior unit. Oct 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: What head shape will this helmet fit? May 12, 2012
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Roberto B: Definitely think twice before ordering. I'm a positive XL on both Shoei and Arai and after reading as many reviews as I could I've ordered a XL. Didn't fit not only on the cheeks but also on the chin, which keeps touching the helmet therefore representing a big risk. I'd break my "jaw" if involved on any more serious crash. Mar 24, 2015
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RCB1: This is design more for an oval head. While I do have an oval head, mine is a little more round than many, resulting in a little more pressure in the cheeks. Fortunately you can order different cheek pads, unless like me, you wear a 3x helmet. As long as you wear 2x or smaller, you can buy cheek pads to tweak the fit. Feb 25, 2013
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Robert H: After trying this helmet and speaking with Revzilla I think its safe to say this helmet fits on the narrow side. This is what the sellers say - its not what purchasers have said according to reviews tho. I think that means most of us don't really know what shape head we have(?) Jan 9, 2013
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RevZilla: We have found the Nolan N104 to fit in the Neutral Oval to Slightly Narrow Oval headshape range. When compared to other Nolan helmets, it has a smaller side-to-side dimension and a longer front-to-back dimension in regards to their internal fitments. May 17, 2012
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Robert H: Re head shape, I just got this helmet and seems great - but - intense upper neck / lower back of the head pain from wearing it. maybe not long enough from to back? Very little padding padding back there to break in btw so ........ any thoughts? Jan 6, 2013
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cjmann5150: More round than oval. BUT I wear mine everyday so it took about 2 weeks for the liners to sort of assume the shape of my noggin. Aug 13, 2012
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steve907: Round. I wore Arai's before this one and they are much more oval. Jul 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: Anyone used the Sena-10 with this unit? May 5, 2012
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Dawg: I've been researching the same thing and this is what I found. Yes you can use the sena SMH10 but the posts above are correct, either carefully cut a hole in the shroud or us the sticky tape. Personally I would not cut the hole, I would use 3m tape on the surface mount adapter. That tape never comes off. Here is something else I have found which is even better. The new sena SMH10R (low profile) works even better. The external battery fits in the stock slots, speakers fit perfect and you do not need to modify the helmet. I have the link to the forum that details with large photos, great job on the install. I love my n104 but I will be going with the Sena SMH10R. Mar 26, 2013
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Gunnyrob: Yep, google SMH-10 and Nolan N-104 for a fitment guide. http://www.fjrforum.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=145691

You have to cut a slot into the black plastic at the base of the helmet, but it was an easy fit after that.

If you use ear plugs, all wind noise disappears and you can increase the volume of the SENA unit to get clear comms
Jul 9, 2012
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Halli: I use the Sena SMH10 with this helmet, I needed to make a slot for the clamp in the underside lip of the helmet, just used my Dremel for that. Works well. Apr 11, 2013
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kbw10: Yes, I do, use a 3M doubles sided tape from Lowes to attach 4,500+ miles no problem.
Do have a problem with the mike positioning, after much aggravation now I just have the mike pressed against my throat, not in front of my mouth and it seem to work well with no complaints from the callers.
Secondly the mike stem will interfere with the internal sun shade to some degree, usually keeping the shade from retracting completely, had to slightly reposition mike stem to let retract knob pass.
Will be replacing the SMH10 with the SMH10R.
Oct 7, 2012
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Roberto B: I use a 20S and it was really easy to install. Actually easier than my Arai since Nolan already made the places for the speakers. Mar 24, 2015
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BayAreaSwitchback: I have it connected to the SR10 and it works fine. May 21, 2012
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RevZilla: Because of the drop down face shield mechanism, you will not be able to install the Sena SMH10 on the Nolan N104. You will need the Nolan N-Com E-Box Bluetooth 2.11 Kit in order to make it work with the Nolan N104. May 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: The video says the Nolan N104 cheek pads are adjustable. Can you elaborate? I've tried on a friends XL and find that the cheek pads squeeze my cheeks pretty tight.. I'm a 7 5/8 heads and don't think I need an XXL. Apr 7, 2014
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Mike M: I use N104 CHEEK PADS - XL FOR L for my L N104, which have a thickness of 45 mm instead of 53 mm. This provided the extra cheek room I needed for a more comfortable fit. In general for the N104 cheek pads:
- Size XX-Small - Thickness 73 mm
- Size X-Small - Thickness 70 mm (also fits XX-Small)
- Size Small - Thickness 65 mm (also fits X-Small and Medium)
- Size Medium thickness 60 mm (also fits Small and Large)
- Size Large thickness 53 mm (also fits Medium)
- Size L/XL - thickness 83 mm (fits size XL, large shell for tighter fit)
- Size X-Large - Thickness 78 mm (also fits XXL)
- Size XL/L - thickness 45 mm (fits size L, small shell for looser fit)
- Size XX-Large - Thickness 70 mm (also fits XL and XXXL)
- Size XXX-Large - Thickness 65 mm (also fits XXL)
May 21, 2014
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David H: There's two different sizes helmets and you can interchange the cheek pads if you were to put in the cheek pads for the larger size helmet that would give you more cheek space not sure what sizes the helmets were I went to a store where they had them in stock and war one around for an hour Apr 15, 2014
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Thomas V: Not sure what they mean by adjustable; mine is just about as tight as when I bought it, 2 years ago. If the XL is too tight, don't expect it to loosen up much. Apr 15, 2014
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Thomas B: Replace the cheek pads with a thinner or thicker pad. Apr 15, 2014
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robert r: sorry I haven't tried to adjust the cheek pads Apr 15, 2014
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james h: I am also a 7 5/8 hat size - I have two Nolan N104 helmets and they fit just right. Have been riding for over 50 years and these are simply the best I have ever had. Apr 16, 2014
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Andrew S asked: Hi there, your size chart just shows a single number for each alpha size. Online searches bring up "range" charts but they vary, and I can't find ANY sizing info on the Nolan USA site. Help pls! My noggin is 57.5cm BTW, which SHOULD be a medium? Thx! Oct 3, 2013
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John A: I can't answer you as to whether or not a 57.5 cm head is a medium BUT.... I can certainly tell you that I've got a brand new HJC helmet sitting on a shelf here. I thought it was my size and, by the numbers, it was. But, I have a head that's longer front to rear than the average and the HJC seems to be designed for a 'round' head while I have an oval head. In other words, the shape of your head will be a large factor in how the helmet fits. I find the Nolan helmets to be much more comfortable for ME... Oct 3, 2013
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Robert H: It has been over a year since I purchased that helmet. I don't remember exactly how the sizing was provided. I went with what was recommended. For me, the fit initially was very tight but it loosened up to fit quite well. I liked the helmet a lot especially since it came with the pin lock system. I have since had a get off and have purchased a new Shoei. Oct 3, 2013
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Eric S: Andrew, I just bought the medium N104 to replace my medium N103. My head is about 57.75cm (between 7-1/8 and 7/1-4) and the medium is still just right. Just a tiny bit snug on the forehead at first, but that quickly resolved and fit is great. This gen is also an improvement over the 103 in just about every way including value. Oct 4, 2013
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Mark K: I just measured mine - also 57.5 cm. I have the size Large N-104 and it fits well - I've had it for several months. I think you will find a medium to be too tight. Also, Revzilla offers free exchange (I think) Oct 4, 2013
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Antonio C D: My head circunference is 59cm and a got a size Large. It fits great, perhaps a little less snug than my former N90, but there is no slack,no movement, so I guess this helmet is just more ergonomic than the other. Oct 3, 2013
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Eric D: I have a medium in this model and it fits great. THnk the nolans run a bit larger so you are probably be fine. Oct 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the N104 come with a pinlock insert or does it need to be ordered separately? Apr 29, 2013
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Seph: Pinlock system and inner shield included in cost. Simple to install. May 7, 2013
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RevZilla: The Nolan N104 Helmet comes with a clear pinlock insert. May 7, 2013
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5String: It comes with a clear anti-fog insert. You have to attach it yourself, but it is included in the retail package. May 11, 2013
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JAIRO E: The N104 comes with the pinlock insert included May 22, 2013
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mem449: It comes with the pinlock lens. May 6, 2013
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steveggg: Comes with the insert. May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I looked through the box and could not find any info! Nov 4, 2012
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Seph: There is no manufactured locking system for this helmet. I use a gun-lock cable through the shield and attach to the handle bars. Most helmets use D rings the Nolan system is great for putting on but lack a locking ring or system. May 7, 2013
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Fattie: So when I asked this question I was trying to get this locked to my Vespa. Under the seat there are two pegs that one can use to lock helmets to the seat. Since this Helmet doesn't have a d-ring you can't. Nolan makes a t-bar that goes through the quick latch and should work for most bikes but for the Vespa it's too rigid n the hole at the end won't go through the peg. What I did is went to Rei n bought a climbing nut. The second smallest one that they have threaded though the ratchet perfect n there ya go! You have finally locked this helmet May 7, 2013
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Thad T: I wear a Nolan helmet went I ride my Vespa too. The 'normal' attachment methods don't work with the ratchet style fastener. I took an old Nolan helmet and cut the strap with the female end of the fastener and attached it to the bottom of the Vespa's pet carrier. There are pictures of how I did this over at Modern Vespa. It works really well. Aug 12, 2013
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Hawk: Personally I put it in my top box. This question really depends on your bike though. And it will lock differently than the D-ring straps. Dec 4, 2012
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Afterscene: A gun lock will keep your helmet attached to your bike and send a subliminal message to whoever is prowling for free stuff :) Mar 16, 2013
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xPaulBaileyx: That all depends on the bike.
Typically a loop under the seat.
Nov 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: My head measures 23 1/8". On your size chart for the Nolan 104 helmet, medium was 22.8 and large was 24". I'm closer to the medium. Is that the size I need? Aug 11, 2014
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Anthony P: The medium will work best for you. It will feel quite snug for a bit, but the liner will compress after a few hours. If you get the larger one, you'll end up with a loose fit later. Great helmet. I've been using mine for about 13,000 miles now
Couldn't be more happy.
Aug 12, 2014
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Robert M: I'm 22.5" and medium fits very well. Not at all loose, so it might be too tight for you. Of course your head shape is as important as the size. Revzilla makes exchanges super easy ! Aug 12, 2014
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Eric S: I would say you'd be good with a medium unless you have a long narrow head, in which case the helmet might lack sufficient front-back dimension. Aug 11, 2014
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Frank H: Get the large. I should fit in the medium as well, but had to return it for a large. Aug 13, 2014
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Bruce E: My head is 22 1/4 medium was snug I would go with large
Aug 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: My head size is 24" with a long oval shape. My question is, your sizing, is it round or oval?

My helmet is a extra large but it must be a round shape because after about an hour it hurts the top of my head and my forehead to the extent I must move it around to stop the pain
Apr 28, 2014
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Mark K: It's a large oval shape as is my head. The only time I have any pain with my headset speakers in place along with my usual earplugs - then my right ear gets sore after a few hours. I recently shaved down the interior foam a bit but have not had a chance to use it yet. A good helmet except the detent to hold the visor open for a little fresh air could be set to hold it a little wider. Also at higher speeds the wind shuts it completely Apr 29, 2014
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Edward D: I'm a long oval, though actually I'm more like a mallet-head--my head measures quite a bit longer front-to-back than side-to side but I also have a big blocky forehead. Yeah, I know, not a pretty sight. Anyway, I'm 23" and the N104 in XL fits me nicely. Goes on and off easier in a flipped-up position. Apr 28, 2014
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Mark W: The Nolan N104 helmet is designed for an oval head shape. My head size is 22 1/2" and is oval in shape. I have a size large N104 and it is very comfortable even on long days. Apr 29, 2014
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HENRY K: I sold the Nolan and bought a Shoei. Had no problem with the sizing but the wind noise was more than I could stand! Apr 28, 2014
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Robert M: I'd call it mildly oval Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I currently have an N103 and am pretty happy with how it fits. The review said that the shape of the helmet has changed a bit, so I'm concerned that if I upgrade to an N104 that it won't fit me as well.

Has anyone gone from an N103 -> N104? Can you provide any more depth on any fit differences?
Apr 20, 2013
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Wandaere: My N103 took awhile to feel comfortable. I have rode with the N104 only once so far but the longer I rode the more comfortable it seemed to be. I don't remember that quality with the N103 when it was new. Slightly less pressure on the forehead with the 104. Air flow seems to be better. I never could feel any difference in the N103, but definitely felt air flow in the N104.
In the end there is always a chance it wont fit right but Revzilla's got a free return policy and fair prices, That was a big reason why I ordered my new lid from them.
Apr 28, 2013
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vfr800canada: I have tried both the N103 and N104 in a store for fit and found that I can fit a large N103 very well, but need a XL in N104 to get the same fit. I don't think the internal shape has changed very much because I did not feel different pressure points as I tried on the two helmets. The N104 is noticeably lighter than the N103 which is a good thing. May 27, 2013
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George R.: Yes, just posted my review. My N103 was starting to move around. Fit was about the same to me, a bit snug at first, as it should be, maybe a tad narrower. After a couple of hours, now it's excellent, a real improvement, You'll love it. May 13, 2013
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AZWinger: I previously had a 103 which I loved, so far the 104 is better. Comfort is excellent, better view and quieter, however I did need to move from an L to an XL. May 20, 2013
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blueeyedcat: I went from an n100 to a 104.The fit is a little more snug in the cheeks but there seems to be a little more room in the upper head area. May 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear an XL in the Nolan N90 helmet. Is the fit of the Nolan 104 close enough to the N90 that I can feel safe in ordering an XL. Mar 12, 2012
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cjmann5150: The helmet fit tight on me at first but after 2 weeks of everyday use it conformed to my skull shape and now fits comfortably. It's still snug but I hate a helmet that can jiggle around. Aug 13, 2012
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Quackerback: I have an XL N32 and after reading reviews on the 104 decided to go with 2XL. I am glad I did because it is very snug and an XL likely would have been too small. Aug 29, 2012
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RevZilla: If you wear an XL in the N90 you would also be an XL in the N104. The shape is slightly different but so much where we would suggest getting a different size. May 2, 2012
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Blackhawk: I have a XXL N103 and the XXL N104 fits fine. More room in the chin area. Apr 5, 2012
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MarineJetMech: I found it to be true to size Apr 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: With the redesign and all of the air-flow channels of the new N104 helmet, is this helmet noisier than the N103? I hope that it is substantially quieter as I found the N103 relatively noisy. Also, it seems that the N104 is trying to make a run at the schuberth C3 helmet. How well does it stack-up?. Thank you. Feb 12, 2012
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RevZilla: Given the redesign of the air-flow channels on the new N104 helmet we expect that it will be significantly quieter than the previous N103 model. Though, since we have not been able to test the N104 on the road, we cannot make an accurate decision on which is quieter at this time. It is definitely taking a shot at the Schuberth C3 and has a great price point. However, we're sure many will continue to swear by the quality of the C3. May 3, 2012
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cjmann5150: Noise wa/is very important to me like everyone else. The Nolan 104 is quiet, so much so that my 300 watt speakers on the handlebars are useles above about 40 mph. I can tell music is playing but I miss the majority of the particulars. Helmet speakers are a definate must if like to ride with music. Aug 13, 2012
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zippo: The airflow has increased but with the snug fit and collaring the flow is quieter. Installed Autocom speakers sound clearer in the N104 than the N103. $350 is more economical than $699 for the Schuberth and the quality of the product is exceptional. Apr 2, 2012
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Brian614: I went from an N43, which was noisy and didn't really have good airflow, to the N104.
I find the N104 much quieter and better visibilty
Mar 16, 2012
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Gunnyrob: Helmet is noisy, as are most flip ups. Quieter than my old N102, but with ear plugs to cut out wind noise it's almost silent. Jul 9, 2012
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A shopper asked: I had a Nolan N102, which fit well but venting was bad. I replaced it with a Nolan N90, which had great ventilation but even in the next larger size pressed against my glasses. I am looking at the N104. Will I have the same problem with the glasses, or should I look for something for a rounder head? Jan 6, 2015
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Mark L: I can tell you this, my brother could not wear the 104 because of the same problem you had with the N 90 so he went to the N90 and had no problems. Given that, it seems like the 104 would probably not work for you. Jan 7, 2015
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Robert M: I can only say the N 104 medium fits my ovalish head very well and glasses are snug but not uncomfortable. If it helps at all, I also have a Scorpian EXO 900 medium that fits very close to the N104 Jan 7, 2015
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Max H: I wear glasses, and I wear a Nolan N104, it's a great helmet. I am very pleased with it! Good luck, Cheers Max Jan 7, 2015
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Richard T: I have a Nolan 104 and I do not have a problem with my eyeglasses. It's a great helmet. Jan 7, 2015
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MANUEL E asked: the nolan n 104 helmet contain pin lock anti-frog? Nov 10, 2014
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Rodolfo Zola G: Yes it contais the pinlock anti-fog shield, It is a great feature for cold weather. Dec 28, 2014
Charles O: Yes, it does. Nov 10, 2014
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Alvin C: Mine did Nov 10, 2014
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Gordin W: yes Nov 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at 2 helmets, the Nolan 104 with the N-Com B4 bluetooth kit, and the Shark Evoline 3 ST with the Sharktooth kit. I like the idea of riding with the shark's face guard flipped all the way back but it seems the Nolan helmet scores better in the comfort and air flow categories. Is there one thing that should sway me to one or the other, in your opinion?

I ride infrequently, but when I do its for days/weeks at a time. Thought I saw a FAQ on the bluetooth systems about programming them to your liking, and found that the software necessary to do so was only available on a WindowsPC… I'm a Mac guy. Never had a bluetooth or intercom system on a bike before so I really don't know what features are gotta-have's and which are nice-to-have's.

Would appreciate a learned opinion, please
Aug 12, 2014
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Michael K: Hi undecided. Have had a selection of skid lids over the years & am currently wearing a Nolan 104. Purchased product primarily as I wear glasses these days & they don't become mangled putting on the helmet. Comfortable fit, great field of vision, internal sun visor, adjustable ventilation, low wind noise, quick release chin strap & a lockable chin guard, when raised, make for a great helmet. It has the necessary fittings to accommodate audio however this isn't something I've looked into. Bottom line; Great Skid Lid! Stay safe, Michael Aug 12, 2014
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Michael K: Hi undecided. Have had a selection of skid lids over the years & am currently wearing a Nolan 104. Purchased product primarily as I wear glasses these days & they don't become mangled putting on the helmet. Comfortable fit, great field of vision, internal sun visor, adjustable ventilation, low wind noise, quick release chin strap & a lockable chin guard, when raised, make for a great helmet. It has the necessary fittings to accommodate audio however this isn't something I've looked into. Bottom line; Great Skid Lid! Stay safe, Michael Aug 12, 2014
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John S: I have three of the Nolan 104 helmets, because I liked the first one so much I wanted everyone in my family to have one. But, I have no experience with the N-com. I find, in my travels, which are usually long-distance touring, where I meet others, that other riders have the Sena units. It's really nice to be able to share the ride with someone you meet. The Sena units are just great for that, plus it adds a measure of safety when traveling in groups, and fun too. Aug 12, 2014
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CLIFFORD M: Don't ride all the time so your not use to the weight of a helmet comfort should be what sways you if protection is equal between the lids your looking at . The Nolan I have is the third Ive owned had a shoei that I like a lot but cost more and fit and comfort where equal. I used sena 5 for blue tooth com system works great Aug 12, 2014
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Michael H asked: I currently have a Nolan 90 and have found the pinlock insert got scratched by the top weatherstrip of the helmet, from raising and lowering the face shield. Has anyone else experienced this? Dec 14, 2013
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Eric S: Have not had a problem with the N104. Nor on my previous helmet, an N103, but the N103's inner sun shield got a minor vertical scratch during operation. Operation of main visor and pinlock on both has been fine. Dec 14, 2013
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Christopher H: Sorry. I can't help. I've had the helmet for two seasons and never felt the need to use the insert. This helmet vents nicely, and has never fogged or misted on me. Dec 14, 2013
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Michael H: Thanks or the reply. I like to ride all winter, down to about 20F and can fog easily so is need the insert. Dec 14, 2013
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Mark K: I've not noticed that yet. Been a couple months Dec 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: How much does the n104 weigh and how much does the Shoei neotec weigh? Jun 16, 2012
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RevZilla: We find the Nolan N104 and Shoei Neotec helmets to weigh in the 3-3/4 to 4 pound range depending on the size. For more precise weight specifications we suggest contacting the manufacturer directly. Jun 19, 2012
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Drifter22: n104= 1741 grams [3 lbs., 13-1/2 oz.]

neotec= 1812 grams
Aug 9, 2012
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cjmann5150: Nolan 104 = 1640 grams
shoie Neotec = 1680 grams
Aug 13, 2012
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BGus: My n104 xxl weighs 1790 grams... Jul 31, 2012
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A shopper asked: I see the dropdown suncreen button is right where a G4 might be mounted, can the G4 be mounted to this helmet with the stick on mount and if so will the mic boom reach to the front or would a wired mic work with this helmet for the G4? Mar 19, 2012
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Piet: I have a Cardo Scala Rider Bluetooth and it does fit to the RHS of the N104. I'm deaf in the left ear and have to fit the unit to the RHS of my helmets. I bend the mic boom forward through the clamp and fit the unit just at the rear of the face closure of the helmet. The speaker wire goes under the small velcro strap on the cheek pad then under the cheek pad to the built in recess. Good luck. May 6, 2013
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Hawk: I mounted a Q2 which if I recall correctly has roughly the same length of mic boom onto my N104. It fit fine but I had to use the sticky pad and mount the unit just behind the visor toggle. It did require me to adjust the boom every time I raised or lowered the front piece though. But I suspect any boom mic would suffer from that on a modular. Dec 4, 2012
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RevZilla: It is a possible but not an easy solution. The boom microphone might not reach your chin if installed too far away, but the wired microphone should be long enough to allow it to work properly. Mar 23, 2012
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Zork64: Yes, you can, however, the length of the boom mike will not reach all the way to the front of the mouth as you have to place the adhesive platform further back on this helmet.

Mar 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 60 yrs old and have some compressed disk issues in the neck and am looking for the lightest modular helmet available? I still want quality with a good fit. I have an older Nolan that is just worn out. I have ridden for 40 yrs and don't want to ride without a helmet, but am having some age related physical issues. I currently ride a 2000 Kawasaki ZRX 1100 that is a blast to ride. Thanks Gary S. Kerrville, TX Oct 22, 2014
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BILL R: I used a Nolan modular for years, found it to be of sound quality and a perfect fit. So when I replaced it a year ago, I ordered the same size -which was consistent with the measurement chart guidelines. Unfortunately, the newer helmets fit very differently, especially in the lower or jaw line area. Very tight. Changing out the pads did not solve the issue. And if you like to ride in moderate weather with the visor cracked, know that the first click gap is very large and a constant aggravation. In retrospect, I would have not bought a helmet without trying it own first as there have been too many changes in helmets, no matter what brand you purchase. And the Nolan is far from the lightest helmet in its class. I should have spent more $ and bought a Shoei or less $ and bought a Fulmer. I would have been happier with either as both of these helmets are lighter, of good quality and provide more bang for the buck. Oct 23, 2014
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Eric S: I had an N103 before buying the N104 (both size medium) just over a year ago. Improvements all around, and significantly lighter than its predecessor, but not Listed weights confirm my impressions and measurements on my scale: about 6 oz. less than the N103, and 6 oz. more than my Shoei RF1000. I liked the N103 a lot, and the improvements and weight savings made this an easy decision. Nov 2, 2014
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gary j: I purchased the Nolan N104 Hi viz and I love the helmet. The fit is true to size chart, and it's very comfortable. Love the integrated visor. from a weight standpoint, I don't know if it is the lightest, but I don't consider it heavy. Nov 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Fit/size question: A Shoei Neotec XL fits me very well, but due to price I prefer the Nolan N-104.

How does the fit of the Nolan N-104 in XL compare to the Shoei Neotec in XL?

I saw the product videos and read the WBW reviews, so am aware that the internal fit of the Neotec and N-104 are somewhat different, though both are oriented towards oval shaped heads.

Jul 2, 2014
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Bradley H: Before buying the N104 I wore a Shoei modular for 25 years (yeah, yeah, I know) that I brought for $250. It still is a great helmet and higher quality than the N104.

The N104 fit was fine BUT, there were small openings near the hinge system. Didn't seam the visor fit across the front was completely air tight either. The helmet is noisy with numerous air leaks. Although, I only wore the helmet for only a 20 mile ride I sold it for $250. Also for storage, the shell is larger so it would not fit in my bags; and it doesn't have D-rings. A friend has the 3 pervious versions of the Nolan modular; he loves them.

Buy a Shoei Neotec; I did. Just do it! The fit for me is near perfect, much quieter then any helmet I have ever used, the sun visor is a better fit the N104, and no air leaks. It was the "day/night" difference.

I was stupid to buy the Nolan. Learn from my mistake.
Jul 4, 2014
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Thomas B: I ride in Las Vegas and the helmet is a great fit. The big reason I need the 104 was the B4 com. I need to get all the music front eh Goldwing and connect to my cell phone. I do not like the big bulky things on the side. If intercom and phone connections is not a big deal then other might be better. To date I have over 84000 miles on by N104. It does flow air and you can hear the wind noise chang with the upper vent open. The view from side to side is wonderful. As for not having the D rings. I like the system Nolan has better. It does make it different to connect to the bike when you leave it there. Hope this helps. Aug 25, 2014
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Nils G: Order the xl Jul 8, 2014
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Raul V asked: Comparing two different brands, Nolan N104 and AGV Numo EVO which one you will choose and why? May 17, 2014
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Thomas B: I have never used the other helmets.

The 104 I chose because I can connect it to my bike and blue tooth to my cell. It also blue tooth to my passenger.

The fit is great ventilation is good. I live in Las Vegas and it does get hot here. I chose the silver shell and a silver/smoke face shield to keep the heat down in the helmet when I am driving in the sun for long time.

Hope this helps
May 17, 2014
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Dennis G: When I purchased the Nolan N104 it was the ONLY modular that required double action to release the chin bar. This was one of the most important safety features to me. May 19, 2014
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james h: After purchasing my first Nolan N104 I purchased a second. Absolutely the most comfortable helmet I have worn in 55 years of riding May 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Between the Nolan 104 and the Shoei NeoTec which has the better internal air flow? Feb 23, 2012
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RevZilla: Both helmets offer new revolutionary airflow systems. The Shoei Neotec offers newly designed vortex generators to pull more air through, and as a result provides 276% more air flow than the previous Shoei Multitec.
The Nolan N104 offers a new AIRBOOSTER venting system, which combined with two exhaust ports at the rear of the helmet provides a diffused cool airflow inside the helmet.
Apr 13, 2012
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cjmann5150: Shoie claims to have unsurpassed air flow, and the Shoie reputation is believeable. The air flow of the Noo;an 104 is outstanding, I can rtestify first hand. This summers temperatures have hit 107 degrees. My head didn't sweat but my body certainly did. Aug 13, 2012
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DaytonaBen: The Shoei. Only drawback of the Nolan 104 is that. It has better vision, and more options than the Shoei. Apr 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: My head measurement is 23inches, what size Nolan 104 should I be ordering? Thanks Jan 16, 2012
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Jeffrey F.: I just got mine today and it's a Large my head measured 22 1/2 inches it feels real sung right now but I know it will loosen up in the next two or so rides. My N102 is an XL when new it fit perfect but with time it became a little sloppy but safe. I kicked around maybe sending the Large back for a XL but I know the first good sweating down of the padding should make it near perfect fit wise. Ride Honda 1200VFR Mar 13, 2012
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Brian614: My head is the same. I ordered an XL and I'm very happy with the fit. Mar 16, 2012
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AliB: Based off of your measurements, I would recommend a size Large. Jan 25, 2012
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Meir (Mike) O asked: Wondering if I can install a cardo Q3 headset on this. Has anyone done it?
will it fit?
Oct 22, 2015
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Christian H: I have the NCOM that was designed for it. Fits great, works well. After two years, the only issue I have is that the buttons seem to be less sensitive than when it was new and it sometimes takes a few attempts to get it to do what you're trying to do. Oct 24, 2015
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Paul W: Sorry I dont use a headset ! Oct 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: I don't have a locking trunk bag. Does anyone have a good idea for securing helmet to a motorcycle? Aug 6, 2015
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RONALD J: Nolan makes a "T-bar" for their helmets that don't have a D-ring...that, along with a locking cable, will do it. That's what I use, works well. Sep 30, 2015
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dylan w: I use a U-Lock and it works out fine Aug 24, 2015
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A shopper asked: Has anyone used the N104 in cold? specifically snowmobiling? is there problems with icing or fogging up? Nov 21, 2014
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Thomas B: Good day
I have not used it real cold but i have used it in rain and just enough cold that with out the pin lock it will fog up and when the pin lock is installed with will not
Dec 19, 2014
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Paul B: Actually, my N104 is my cold weather helmet because it stays warm and the visor doesn't fog up with the pinlock insert. But, no, I have not used it snowmobiling. Nov 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Nolan N90 that I really like, that needs to be replaced. Looking at the size charting I see 60cm is a large, 61cm xl. The review stated the lining for the large is rather thin compared to the other sizes for that shell size. It also said the chin bar is closer than the N90.
My head size is 60cm, the largest dimension for a large. So I'm thinking I might be better off with an xl. Anyone with a similar problem?
Sep 1, 2014
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Eric S: I too have an N90 I love and an N104 as well. They're both size large and they both fit me well. I noticed over the lives (so far) of both helmets that as they age, they fit more loosely. I picked up a HeatOut skull cap and that fills in nicely, keeping both helmets fitting solidly. I haven't noticed much difference between the chinbars, but the N104 is a physically larger helmet than the N90, it's quieter (relatively), it vents better and the chinbar sort of folds back, rather than just hinging up, making the N104 more comfortable when riding with the chinbar up. Hope this helps, and be safe always. Sep 18, 2014
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Chris V: I wear a large Shoei and a large Nolan 104. They fit similar. My wife wears the medium and it fits her similarly to her older shoei. They fit true to size and are great helmets. I don't think the chinbar fits too closely. Oct 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at 2 helmets, the Nolan 104 with the N-Com B4 bluetooth kit, and the Shark Evoline 3 ST with the Sharktooth kit. I like the idea of riding with the shark's face guard flipped all the way back but it seems the Nolan helmet scores better in the comfort and air flow categories. Is there one thing that should sway me to one or the other, in your opinion?

I ride infrequently, but when I do its for days/weeks at a time. Thought I saw a FAQ on the bluetooth systems about programming them to your liking, and found that the software necessary to do so was not available on a WindowsPC… I'm a Mac guy. Never had a bluetooth or intercom system on a bike before so I really don't know what features are gotta-have's and which are nice-to-have's.

Would appreciate a learned opinion, please
Aug 12, 2014
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james h: I purchased the N104 and was really impressed. I have been riding for 55+ years and this is the best helmet I have owned - so, I bought a second one. Now I use my white one for one bike and my black one for the other bike. I do not hesitate to recommend this helmet. Aug 13, 2014
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Dennis G: I can't answer about bluetooth be cause we don't have it. None of the modular helmets are as safe as a one piece, but we felt that the two stage latch was much better to prevent accidental opening than the other modular helmets we looked at. Aug 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the face shiel of the Nolan N104 helmet have a protection agiants the uv rays? If so, how much? Mar 28, 2014
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Edward D: Nolan shields are made from polycarbonate which blocks 99% of UVA and UVB rays with frequencies up to 400 nanometers. In other words, yes, whether the shield is clear or tinted your eyes are protected from UV just as if you were wearing the best pair of sunglasses. In fact, better, since with sunglasses, some light gets into your eyes from the sides and top. With a face shield in the closed position, no UV rays hit your pupils. Apr 29, 2014
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Thomas B: My recommendation (since I live in Las Vegas) is to replace with a silver/smoked face shield to reduce the sunlight that comes through and also to reduce the temperature. I do a lot of driving directly into the sun; without the silver/smoked shields, the sun and temp is unbearable. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: does the N-Com basic kit fit this helmet or only the B4 Dec 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The Nolan N104 differs a bit from older Nolan helmets and for this reason the Nolan N-Com B4 Bluetooth Kit is the only kit that will work with the N104. Similarly, even the Basic Kit and Basic Kit 2 come specifically designed for certain Nolan helmets, so it is important to make sure you buy the correct model for your given helmet. Dec 21, 2012
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MoreCoffee4Me: Only the B4 ... it was designed specifically for the N-104 helmet. Mar 18, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there any update on when revzilla will Be able to start shipping the N104 to customers Mar 18, 2012
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BillW: I was pleased to learn that the Nolan N-104 had become available through RevZilla. Great price, free shipping, nice exchange policy if the helmet doesn't fit quite right. I received it a couple days ago. I'm extremely pleased with both RevZilla and the helmet. Safe riding, Brutus. --BillW Mar 21, 2012
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Steve55566667777: I ordered mine and it was shipped right away Apr 2, 2012
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Colt T asked: Will the Nolan B4 com system work in my Shoei neotec helmet? If not what is the best system to use for my Helmet and will it communicate with the nolan system? May 7, 2014
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Thomas B: The new B4+ is supposed to be able to connect to more systems. It will have to connect by blue tooth. The best answer would come from the Nolan dealer in the US. I find the tech support to be very honest. May 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the graphite the same as flat black? Apr 21, 2014
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Daryl P: No, it's kind of a sparkly grey color. But it's not glossy.. if that makes sense. Apr 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the lava grey color are bright or matte? Mar 23, 2014
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Robert M: It is not a bright color but the finish is high gloss Mar 23, 2014
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