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Nolan N44 Hi Vis Helmet
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Nolan N44 Hi Vis Helmet

The Nolan N44 is the latest evolution of the hugely popular N43E, and is updated in both function and design. The Nolan N44 is a fully modular helmet, ideally responding to the needs of expert motorcyclists and suitable for both summer and winter use. Designed for urban riding, the Nolan N44 is equally at home on a long journey or weekend getaway, and has a unique style that is at home on any bike.

The N44 has six possible configurations which you can personalize through the addition or removal of the chin bar, faceshield and peak all of which are included. With the chin bar and faceshield installed, the rider can expect the same benefits of a full face helmet. With just the peak and chin bar installed, the helmet flows a great amount of air while still providing the same protection of a full face helmet. With the chin bar, faceshield and peak removed it becomes a true three quarter open face helmet. This gives the rider a great range of flexibility.


  • Ultrawide Pinlock ready faceshield gives the rider a greater field of vision (included)
  • Clear Pinlock faceshield and lens included
  • 2 position inner sun shield (VPS)
  • 2 Shell Sizes
  • Protective Chin Guard
  • Central Ventilation System
  • Airbooster Airflow System
  • Microlock2 (patent pending) double lever retention system
  • Polycarbonate Outer Shell
  • Inner Comfort Padding
  • Visor Air Intake
  • DOT Approved

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
Yellow / 2XS 907754 N445270790129 Out of Stock
Yellow / XS 907755 N445270790127 Out of Stock
Yellow / SM 907756 N445270790125 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow / MD 907757 N445270790122 Out of Stock
Yellow / LG 907758 N445270790121 Out of Stock
Yellow / XL 907759 N445270790126 Out of Stock
Yellow / 2XL 907760 N445270790128 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Yellow / 3XL 907761 N44527079012X In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / 2XS 907762 N445270790139 Out of Stock
Orange / XS 907763 N445270790137 Out of Stock
Orange / SM 907764 N445270790135 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / MD 907765 N445270790132 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / LG 907766 N445270790132/N445270790131 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Orange / XL 907767 N445270790136 Out of Stock
Orange / 2XL 907768 N445270790138 Out of Stock
Orange / 3XL 907769 N44527079013X Out of Stock


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Nolan N44 Hi Vis Helmet 4.5 5 123 123
Great helmet for city driving, not for highway Extremely noisy on highway drive (closed or opened) Can't really drive with the sun screen down and the helmet opened, too much air flowing in your eyes beneath the screen. Quite heavy compared to other full face helmets (I have a Shoei GT Air which feels much lighter in comparison) Strong wind resistance due to the size and shape of the helmet. Nice design and features though, good quality too. September 8, 2015
Exact Features I Looked For As a new rider this was my first and only helmet purchase so far and I have had the helmet for roughly 6 months. Initially I purchased this helmet for the wide sight range and the modular design. I have found my preference is to ride with the full face shield but no jaw. The small vent on the face shield doesn't seem to do much but I also have a windshield on the bike that probably blocks airflow into it. I did have some slight breath fogging issues when I first got the helmet and the mornings were still cold. But in Texas that cold doesn't hold out too long. What really impressed me about the helmet was the air flow. I don't really have much to compare to as far as noise goes but riding in Texas heat this helmet keeps the air moving so I'm not completely drenched in sweat when I arrive at my destination. Moving at highway speeds with all vents open and faceshield fully closed is comfortable with only occasional wind shake. Moving slower than about 50 and I will crack the faceshield to get a little more air. One thing I did end up picking up was a micro fleece cover for the rachet band to keep it from rubbing and it worked like a charm. All in all very satisfied with this helmet! September 4, 2015
Love the flexibility I loved the features and flexibility of this helmet. I was concerned with the comment in the video that it was hard to fit another brand of comm package, not Nolan's own. I had no trouble fitting it with a Cardo Scalo Rider G9. I had to use the stick-on mount along the rim because the helmet has a shelf along and under its rim. The helmet does have cut outs for the speakers. Contrary to the video, I had no trouble removing and replacing the liner to fit the comm unit. The one con that others have mentioned is that it is very difficult to put the helmet on with the chin guard in place. I cannot do it with glasses on. Without the chin guard, it goes on easily. I find it easier to put the helmet on and then add the chin guard if I want it. The helmet comes with plugs to fill the holes where the chin guard goes if you do not use it. I was initially discouraged with the fit with the chin guard. I took advantage of Revzilla's return policy and ordered the Scorpion GT3000. I found that the Scorpion did not fit my face as well; the visor hit my nose. I wound up keeping the Nolan 44 instead. It is simply more comfortable for me. And, in the summer, I can wear it open. Also, the helmet comes with the pin-lock anti fog shield. Do not order one in addition even though it is on the same order page. Once again, Revzilla's return policy cannot be beat. July 12, 2015
Great helmet for the money but don't buy the N-Com system to go with it if you want to listed to music Great helmet especially with the modular feature. Really comfortable etc. Too bad Nolan pairs with the N-Com as it sucks for a bluetooth. Only works for calls, nothing else like music etc. Big investment in time to install the N-Com and try to fix only to have it not work. I bought a Moto bluetooth earpiece from Best Buy to replace the N-Com system and it works great even without the mouthpiece for voice it recognizes voice commands etc and plays my Spotify music. July 6, 2015
Great helmet, too noisy inside Fit of helmet was right on with the sizing chart that nolan provides, love the features and looks of this helmet, and the price is good too. I have to yet try the communications system, still not decided what to buy, but I can say this helmet I have to wear ear plugs, the noise is just too much, even with the air vents closed, maybe with a bluetooth system I can hear music and distract me from all the noise, I have to test that, but I had shoei, hjc and vega helments and this one is sooo loud inside. June 27, 2015
Interesting Features Bring Interesting Downsides I bought this helmet and returned it, after finding a few unforeseen ways in which it doesn't meet my needs. I will start with the good: - Nolan quality is present here. High quality materials, particularly the liner. - The Graphite color is very slick. Not totally matte, dark with metal fleck looks very good. High quality, uniform appearance. - Visibility is unmatched. - The micro chin strap mechanism works well However, due to the unique design, there are a few issues which I didn't expect: - The neck hole is small. It can be put on with the chin bar in place, but it is VERY uncomfortable to do so. You have to wiggle it into place, and mash up your ears in the process. - The chinbar is easy enough to remove, but you have to bend it into a tighter curve in order to re-insert it, so it is difficult to do it without a mirror. - The huge face shield presents two problems; first, it turns your face into a greenhouse, trapping lots of solar heat. Second, with a normal helmet, you can crack the shield open to the first detent and get airflow right to the nose region. With this one, however, the first detent only provides minimally more airflow, way down on your chin, which doesn't do much to help mitigate the greenhouse effect. The vent in the visor doesn't do much either. - Noise levels are 'acceptable', but no better. I was hoping the extra neck roll and chin curtain would help isolate sounds better, but it was merely average. - The aerodynamics are interesting. Straight on, it is fine. Buffeting from the stock windscreen on my FZ6 is always an issue, but this handles it well enough. However, when you turn your head for a head check, particularly at highway speed, it REALLY grabs the wind to twist your head around. - The chin strap seems to be set too far close the the throat. As much as I like the zip connector, having that plastic/metal pressing on my Adam's apple is uncomfortable. I had to wear it loose to be bearable. - The vent within the visor is strange to get used to. With the clear lexan all around it, it is like a floating black orb in the bottom of your vision, obscuring the view of the instruments. I didn't try out the pinlock insert or the adv visor. June 25, 2015
Nolan Bought this for long rides. It is an awesome helmet for the price. Chin bar makes it difficult to get on. Good thing is you can remove easily. Quieter than some reviews touted. You can put an external comm. on outside without gluing it to the side of helmet but I relocated with glue due to concerns about injury to the neck if involved in a fall. June 15, 2015
Wide view + variety of options, yes please. I have had the Nolan N44 a little over a month now and can't believe I lived without it. To be fair, I don't have a vast array of knowledge about helmets. I don't own a variety of brands and styles, but I did know what I was looking for and this helmet has fit the bill. Want a lot of peripheral vision? Check. Want the air in your face? No problem, take off the chin bar and visor and wear a set of sunglasses. Want to take it on an adventure ride, attach the peak and chin bar, take off the visor and grab your favorite set of goggles, vamoose! Anyway, like I said in the summary above, a variety of options. Now for some nitpicking details: First, unless you have the chin bar attached and visor sealed, it can be noisy. So yeah, there's that, I'm not sure what anyone expects from an option-oriented 3/4 helmet, but to me it seems like common sense. Personally, with everything sealed up, it is at a comfortable noise level. I'm finding the air flow adequate with all of it put together, however, I haven't had a chance to use it on seriously hot days (MN). Want more airflow, take off the chin bar. With such a large visor, you still have ample protection from debris and bugs while still getting a comfortable breeze. In terms of fit, it was snug when I first bought it using the sizing guidelines. After a few days of use, it became broken in and loosened up. If you like your helmet to be tight, I'd consider a size smaller than you think. It is very comfortable and it isn't going to tear off of my head, but if I'm trying to swing the visor up with the chin bar attached it does shift around. I haven't tried it with a Bluetooth communicator, but I've have been very impressed with the helmet and hope that I don't need to test out its crash durability anytime soon. June 9, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Alfredo D: It is lightweight, with many variations and highly visible Mar 31, 2015
Rodolfo Zola G: I choose this helmet because I wanted a Hi-viz helmet with great view angle. I have the N104 and the N90 in the past and both are great helmets.
Revzilla's reviewers also helped to choose this one..
Dec 1, 2014
George G: Large field of vision - near full face protection - hi visability in traffic Sep 17, 2014
Guy L: Wear this helmet since last May. Simply love it! I'm Hi-Vis fan and it does a great job! Not only visible but also love the wide "screen" ... see & be seen ;-) And what about versatility !!!! Confortable & easy to clean. Love it so much, my wife decide to buy a N44 too: the Storm version. Oh, I forgot to mention size order fits perfect and excellent service from Revzilla. Thx guys overthere! Sep 4, 2014
Andreas J: functionality and fit Jul 20, 2014
Dave M: replacing previous 3/4 face Nolan helmet I liked. appreciate the flexibility, field of view, May 14, 2014
Joe G: I thought I would give it a try. It seemed like a good idea at the time Apr 30, 2014
Chee Chyn C: My wife has the Nolan N43 and I tried it. Love the unrestricted view angle and the good amount of airflow through the helmet. I used a Shoei RF1100 before and find that the view angle is much restricted but we are talking about 2 different category of helmets. I will be using the helmet in a hot and humid country, my feeling is that this helmet will be good for the climate and also offer good protection. Apr 18, 2014
David V: Good reviews, good quality and good ventilation Dec 10, 2013
Zachary P: ir's yellow, and my bike is yellow. Nov 12, 2013
Armando R: Liked the design, characteristics and colors, good for night riding and to stand out a little! Oct 22, 2013
Thomas M: I paid a premium to purchase from Revzilla (over the lowest price I found on the web) because of the excellent videos you produce. You guys do a great job. Sep 30, 2013
A shopper asked: I read one of the reviews that mentioned the chin strap on this helmet was very short. Was this just a one off problem for that reviewer, or is the chin strap not very long?

I have a pretty big neck to go with my big head. Will the length of the chin strap be an issue?
Jun 28, 2014
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Peter H: I was also concerned about that issue. When I first received the helmet I put it on the fit was great, but the strap was too short, And I thought I might have to return the helmet. Then i realized that I was not seeing/understanding the adjustment mechanism. It is quite adjustable in length. The reviewer who said it was too short probably did not figure that out. I'm a big guy and it has plenty of room on the strap. The instructions that explain all this are printed in rather poor quality in black-and-white and the photos don't show very well so that is why I suspect people missed this Jun 29, 2014
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Rodolfo Zola G: I had the same first impresion, the strap was too short, but after looking deeper into the helmet I noticed the lace can be adjusted, I made it larger and Took it into a 700 miles trip with no issues. Dec 28, 2014
lenny t: Versus a long D-ring chin strap, the plastic ratchet version is shorter. If you have a very thick neck, it may bee too short where you're locked in using the last 2 or 3 notches. Jun 28, 2014
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Paul C: Yes it is quite short and I suppose it could be a problem. The strap on my old N104 was more confortable and easy to clip.

But I can live with it. Will you?
Jun 29, 2014
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Donald B: Yes, that may be a concern...it is tight for me. I wear a size 19 shirt and I have loosened it all I can. However as it is breaking in I find a little more room... Jun 29, 2014
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Rodney H: I had a little bit if its a problem with the neck strap also, it does loosen up a little bit I just use a couple notches on the ratchet to get my spacing. Jun 29, 2014
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Gary G: Adjust chin strap to its longest length the helmet arives adjusted short Jun 29, 2014
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Carl F: I have a big head and the strap works great. Jun 29, 2014
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Chris H asked: I measured circumference of my head and I got 64cm. Should I go with the 2XL or 3XL? I am right in the middle. Apr 29, 2014
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lenny t: It would be safer to err on the side of a snug fit (than a loose fit), so opting for the 2XL would be best as the padding should relax a bit over time. But if you find its too snug (creates any hotspots), then you know that the larger size is in order. For me, the smaller size ended up being a perfect fit for my head. Apr 29, 2014
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David V: My experience with buying this helmet is that it is true to size. It's better and safer to have a helmet with a snug fit. I would not know if 2XL would be too tight. and 3XL is too loose. It would depend if Nolan uses a differnt shell for these two sizes. Apr 30, 2014
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Carl F: I measured a large and it was too tight. The extra large fit me perfect. I would say go with the larger of the two. Apr 29, 2014
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Rodney H: I was in the middle of large and xl I went with a large it was a little tight but it did break in and is very comfy Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is it possible to put on a Nolan N44 helmet, with the chin bar attached, without taking your eyeglasses off? Oct 30, 2013
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James R: Is it possible to put the helmet on without taking the chin bar off? (no glasses)... May 19, 2014
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Rich L: No. Oct 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: It's time to replace my N43 and I want to keep all the great features. You described that the N44 is elongated. Does that mean it for differently from the N43 and other Nolan helmets? If so, can you recommend an alternative that fits like the N43? Oct 11, 2014
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Kenneth H: I don't have any experience with other Nolan helmets. I have a very round head shape and this helmet didn't work out for me. It looked fantastic and seemed to be constructed very well. Oct 17, 2014
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Philip H asked: What size does the shell size change? Aug 24, 2014
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David V: As I understand, shell changes from XL to 2XL. Aug 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Scala G9 headset and was wondering if it might work with this helmet? Feb 9, 2014
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Rodney H: It has to sit way back on the helmet were the mic is at the corner of your mouth. makes it harder to talk the chin bar in place helps with the noise. Feb 18, 2014
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