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Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet
  • Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet - Black
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  • Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet
  • Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet

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Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet

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.

Click here to see the full Nolan Helmets Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XS 798679 N145270470299 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XS 798678 N145270470297 Out of Stock
Black / SM 145591 N145270470295 Out of Stock
Black / MD 145592 N145270470292 Out of Stock
Black / LG 145593 N145270470291 Out of Stock
Black / XL 145594 N145270470296 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 145595 N145270470298 Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 798692 N14527047029X Out of Stock
Flat Black / 2XS 798664 N145270470289 Out of Stock
Flat Black / XS 798681 N145270470287 Out of Stock
Flat Black / SM 145586 N145270470285 Out of Stock
Flat Black / MD 145587 N145270470282 Out of Stock
Flat Black / LG 145588 N145270470281 Out of Stock
Flat Black / XL 145589 N145270470286 Out of Stock
Flat Black / 2XL 145590 N145270470288 Out of Stock
Flat Black / 3XL 798680 N14527047028X Out of Stock


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Nolan N104 Outlaw Helmet 4.5 5 544 544
This Product Is Great So Comfort... So Quiet... Wide Visibility... Pinlock System Is Easy To Use... September 24, 2015
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
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
This Helmet has both amazing style and function I bought this helmet a couple of months ago and still can not express how happy I am with it. The flow of air complemented by the lightweight makes this a perfect helmet for commuting. The added sun visor comes in real handy as well! May 26, 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
Great product for the price After too many years of removing my glasses, putting on my helmet, and then replacing my glasses I finally have something where I can simply put my helmet on and start riding. May 18, 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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Julien R: good product at a great price May 31, 2015
Patrick B: The reviews and overall rating were great Apr 8, 2015
mike n: in case i smash my face Feb 9, 2015
peter b: friend likes his, good cold weather lid Jan 5, 2015
Amy C: My father has this helmet (N102) which he loves (modular features and unique chin strap) but it is worn out. Found you had the best price for the new N104 replacement. Dec 15, 2014
mark w: overall price and features Dec 15, 2014
Adrian C: Because of the videos and after the call I made into Revzilla. I'm hoping this helmet is what I'm looking for in a modular. Nov 30, 2014
William L: it was the best helmet for the price. pin lock was good selling point also. Sep 29, 2014
Ken A: I've had the Nolan N104 about two months and seems to be broken in. Nice fit and very good feel overall. Quite with very little noise compared to my old HJC. Visor works well and the modular function does what it is supposed to do. I bought this helmet because of the way the bar and shield articulate as you raise it so that the open bar doesn't stick up as high as other modulars. I like it. This helmet does have the largest viewing cutout of any I have ever owned or even tried on. Aug 23, 2014
Brian S: Looks like a great helmet for a great price, has the features I want Aug 12, 2014
Thomas L: Finally found a modular helmet that fits as comfortably as an Arai RXQ for far less money! Aug 11, 2014
B B: Quality of item, features and exceptional price. Jul 28, 2014
bruce l: I would like to exchange this for the Gmax. The Gmax is uncomfortable. Jul 26, 2014
Mike T: Revzilla review, and a family member has one. Jul 8, 2014
K E: The Nolan helmets are perfect for my headshape and have the quick disconnect that should be replacing every obnoxious D ring connector out there. This helmet in particular I wanted because it is much more aerodynamic with the faceshield raised than others. I do not get buffeting when riding with it up, even at 90mph. Plus the neckroll can be removed.

All combined, it fits my need for a helmet that will be as cool as possible behind a fairing, with the option for full protection when needed.
May 20, 2014
Jason B: Reviews and crash ratings, one of the lighter modular helmets I could find. May 7, 2014
PAUL N: Fit, function and looks. Apr 5, 2014
Frederick P: This was my Second Nolan. I was very happy with the last N101 with four years of service. This helmet is still good. I'm Happy with it, but has its flaws. Its not very air tight in the face sheild. Warm weather its not a factor at all but in the winter it has a more than wanted air leak from the front. Its to the point that i never know if the front vent is open or not there appears to have no change it the flow. but over all still a Happy owner here Mar 28, 2014
Gerardo M: BRAND AND PRICE Feb 26, 2014
Mark B: I wear glasses and wanted a modular helmut. It also has the locking mechanism for when the modular is up. this helmet has a wide view port and communication upgrade ability Oct 19, 2013
Rob R: This is a awesome looking helmet and great value Oct 4, 2013
Pierre L: Just because i like it, I like the colour, the still and the possibility to change full face or not.
Thank you for your services
Sep 13, 2013
Ben G: Features Sep 10, 2013
A shopper asked: What is the best way to use this helmet with a 2013 Ultra Classic audio system? Do the Harley speakers / mic fit with this helmet? If not, what do you recommend? Nov 21, 2013
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Don S: I am unfamiliar with how that system mounts exactly. But most systems other then the J&M integrated audio system might take some create modification. The N104 has a plastic lip around the bottom of the shell. Most audio systems rely on some type of clamp mechanism to attach and that lip is in the way.
Personally I used a Sena SMH10. This required me to cut a small slot in the plastic to allow the clamp arm to pass thru and grab the inside of the shell for a secure fit. It worked perfectly and I love both the helmet and the audio system. As with most modern helmets, there are cutouts in the ears to accept the speakers.
Nov 22, 2013
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Jason C: That's something I have no idea on unfortunately. I don't know how the harley system works. I do know the Scala Q3 mounts nicely in the ear sockets and with a sticky pad just behind the sun visor slide it sits quite well. Nov 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: is it me, or the outlaw version doesn't says NOLAN in the front ? instead they put a sign.
am I seeing wrong ?
May 22, 2012
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RevZilla: You are absolutely correct! The Outlaw version of this helmet is basically a de-branded version of the same thing. The side-plates receive a smoked treatment and the Nolan logo is replaced with a different decoration that is more subtle than the logo it replaces. May 25, 2012
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Spence550: Yep, instead of the Nolan logo on the front there's a silvery sticker (triangles that make an abstract outlaw dude). It peels off easily if you don't like it. There's a small black on black Nolan logo on the back. Oct 9, 2012
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BklynQuattro: You're exactly right, outlaw has a stealthy symbol on the front and the 'regular' N-104 has the Nolan logo on the front. I think the Outlaw comes in a few different 'matte finish' colors as well. Jan 14, 2013
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Fuoco: Yes you right no name just the mean badge, really makes it look so cool. May 28, 2012
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donomics: There is an chrome emblem on the Outlaw, no large logo printed on it Feb 18, 2013
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CowboySLT: The outlaw doesn't have "Nolan" plastered across the front. May 2, 2013
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A S asked: I currently wear an HFC Symax II in size XL and like the fit. Should I order the Nolan 104 in that same size? Sep 16, 2015
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gearhead c: I strongly suggest measuring your head and contacting Revzilla. I came from A Nolan N-102 and had to change my size. They changed the internal shape to a narrower shape Sep 18, 2015
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Jack B: Yes, I would order same size, mine fit the same as previous helmet of different manufacturer.
Sep 19, 2015
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Peter M: That's a tough question unless you can find someone who's worn both Sep 18, 2015
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Roberto D: Yes you should. Sep 20, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is there any difference between a Nolan N104 "Outlaw" and a "solid" other than color? Jan 29, 2012
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Fattie: the solid helmet has the nolan painted on. the outlaw has nolan logo replaced with a 3d emblem, that is easily removable. also their is a vinyl logo in the back that is also easy to take off. Nov 5, 2012
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donomics: LOGO is he difference. The outlaw has a chrome emblem where the others have a large white Logo - NOLAN -on it Feb 18, 2013
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rschulte: The outlaw is basically a "de-badged" version of the N104.  Otherwise, it is exactly the same. Feb 4, 2012
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richiebusa: same fit just the logo on front of helmet May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Confused about what size to get? My head measures 22 inches, which would be a small, but my hat size is 7 1/4 inches, which would be a medium. I need help! Nov 8, 2014
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Scott F: They run a little small. Order the medium. Revzilla is great about returns if i am wrong. You will love this helmet, best purchase I have made in the bike world. Safe riding. Nov 8, 2014
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Steve C: If it were me, I would go with the med, and you will love the helmet. Nov 8, 2014
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BRIAN B: Can the staff at Revzilla chime in on this one? Nov 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I have measured my head and comes in around 23-1/4"

So over a medium but no where near the large

Any advice on the fit please? I don't want my temples being crushed and also where thin framed prescription glasses when riding.

Would really like to get one on close out.

Mar 8, 2015
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Thomas A: Wow, there's a lot to consider in sizing a helmet, and I read a lot of reviews before selecting this one. I went by the circumference of my head and the XL helmet fits me well based on their size chart... BUT...

I have thick hair and the helmet fits me best from 1 to 2 weeks after I get my hair cut; before then it's a little loose and after that it starts getting snug. Also, despite the liner being removable to wash, I prefer to wear a do-rag under my helmet, so there's that to consider.

I also chose this helmet based on my research because my head is a bit longer front to back. Put another way, looking down from above, my head is more oval and less circle. Other helmets squeezed me too tightly in the front and back of my head.

I was a bit nervous at first buying a helmet without being able to try it on, but all in all I'm really pleased with this one.

Now if it would just stop snowing...
Mar 10, 2015
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Ryan M: Russ I would go with the size up. I also wear glasses and the size up keeps the earpieces from pressing on the sides of your head. Mar 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: I just bought the N104 and am waiting for it to arrive. I ride a harley streetglide. Will I still be able to hear the stereo system of the bike or will I have to go to ear buds or blue tooth system for my music? This is my first modular or full face. Used to a half helmet so it may be a learning curve. Thanks.
Paul K
May 8, 2014
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Nick H: From my experience the noise cancellation is pretty good and the volume is quite loud. However, once you hit highway speeds 75+ even at full volume you will not hear anything but the wind. May 15, 2014
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Kenneth K: I rode the streetglide for 4 months and could hear the stereo just fine. I does attenuate the sound, so had to crank it up a bit but it sounded fine. May 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: is this helmet ece 2205 certified, one website says it is another says no......?? Apr 22, 2014
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Dan H: I bought this exact helmet and saved all the printed material.  The only reference to ECE 22.05 is in regard to the visor.  So, the visor is ECE 22.05 compliant.  My understanding is ECE 22.05 is a European standard.  My helmet, purchased in the United States, only has labels indicating DOT and FMVSS 218  certifications.   They included a piece of paper with the following statement:  "Important Warning -- The purchased helmet has been designed and realized to be exclusively used in the United States of America, Mexico, Canada and Countries where the homologation in force is in compliance with the DOT Regulation.  The use of this helmet in other countries with regulations other than DOT may be considered by the local authorities as a breach of the laws in force."

My feeling is a helmet that's going to be used in Europe should probably be purchased in Europe and should note ECE 22.05 compliance.   

Another option is to contact Nolan and ask them your question. Perhaps it's a question of labeling and not construction.

For what's its worth, I absolutely love this helmet!  I've owned many helmets, including older Nolans.  This is the best helmet I've ever used, by far.
Apr 22, 2014
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A S: Researching helmets as a first time motorcycle rider and helmet wearer. Looking at the Shoei, but they are so expensive. How do these compare to Shoei similar models in your experience? Sep 3, 2014
A shopper asked: I have a big head and have heard that the chin bar is close on these. Can anyone compare the chin bar and fit to an HJC Symaxlll?
Fit is an issue of course too. has anyone compared the fit to the Symaxlll That is the other helmet I am considering
Nov 11, 2013
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benjamin y: Can't compare to the HJC helmets, but I can definately tell the chin curtain and bar and closer than on my arai, shoei & suomy helmets. Nov 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have seen a video showing one installed, but it involved some trickery that included a spent .45 shell. Just wondering if my Scala system will work with it or not. Jun 29, 2012
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RevZilla: No, the Scala Rider G4 will not work as the clamp system will get in the way of the neck collar as it would with the Sena SMH10. The best option for this helmet for communication system would be Nolan N-Com E-Box Intercom BT3 Kit combined with the Nolan N-Com Basic Kit 2. Jul 2, 2012
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