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Nolan N44 Outlaw 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.

Features:

  • 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

Note: "Outlaw" versions of Nolan Helmets have a sleeker look with more subtle Nolan logos, but are identical to non-Outlaw helmets.

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Nolan N44 Outlaw Helmet 4.7 5 12 12
Amazing field of view and good features. I've been riding in this helmet for three months and I really like it, though there are a few downsides. Pros: The amount of variability you have while wearing it is awesome, and it's one of the only true modular helmets on the market. The field of view is totally uninhibited, and that alone makes the helmet worth it. The look is different than anything else and the included pinlock lens is a great addition. Cons: Kinda loud, air flow is just adequate (not bad), and then there's pinlock installation. The lens absolutely will not go into the visor correctly. Most visors can be totally flattened to get the pinlock in, but not this visor. If you try to flatten the visor all the way out you will break the plastic chin vent and damage the lower section of the visor (at the bend). This was extremely frustrating for me since it was a selling point. I did get the pinlock lens in but there is a small gap on one side that cannot be corrected. On humid nights I seem to be fog free but winter will be the real test. September 8, 2014
By far the best helmet I have owned! In the past, i have owned a couple of cheapie helmets. you know the ones, they smell of mothballs, air whistles in right next to your ear, there are hard spots that you only begin to notice after an hour or so of riding, and after a few months they all begin to fall apart. so, i decided that it was time to break down and buy my first "big boy" motorcycle helmet, and i have to say, my whole riding experience has been revolutionized by that helmet. as you are reading this, you obviously know that I am referring to the Nolan N44 helmet. first off, i have to say, Just look at that thing, its awesome! lets be honest, its hard to pull off the cool biker look in a full helmet. but with this helmet, especially if you put the shades down, you get all the style points back. I know some of you are rolling your eyes because a helmet's main function is to protect you in a life endangering situation. fortunately for me, i have not had one of those, so i can't talk about that function of the helmet quite yet. I am however confident in the quality of the construction, much more so than the ones that i have owned in the past. so, i am reserved to talk about the parts of the helmet I have experienced, shades included. which before i bought, i thought would be a cool useless feature, but after using it enough, i can say its one of the things that just seem to come in handy when you need it. I just wish that they would slide down about a 1/2 inch lower, but you can push the helmet down to close the gap. the only problem i have had involved a very dusty trip in North Dakota where the dust permeated everything including the sunvisor's inner mechanics causing it to stick, thankfully though, the jam was no match for the power of wd40. the little vent flap in the main part of the visor was the only other part that needed any attention after that trip, but has served me wonderfly for general ventilation and defogging, although it will let in the occasional unfortunate insect which always seems to get my attention. I have found the uninvited traveling companion can always be dispelled by simply opening the visor to the first or second notch to flush it out. the visor itself is a feat in helmet technology due to its limitless range of view. under normal circumstances you quite literally can not see the edges of the helmet, and is the purest form of riding i have found short of riding without a helmet at all (kids don't try that at home). I can read my gauges without having to look down, and i can see my peripherals enough to know if a deer is going to jump out at me, which has saved me at least once. as far as ventilation is concerned, I have found it to be adequate, not as much as you would expect with the huge structure on the top of the helmet, but i see no need for any more than you are given, and if you do want more, you can just take off parts of the helmet to make it more of an open face style. which is the main reason that the Nolan N44 got my attention. some of my past helmets had been modular before, but none could transform as completely as this one. I have only used it as a full helmet style (both with and without the chin guard), and open face style. and Its nice how simple it is to transform between the styles; if you are a good multitasker, you can take the chin guard on and off while riding (again kids wouldn't recommend it). I have found that the helmet does an excellent job at keeping water out during a rain. even extremely heavy storms, so long as the vents were all closed, no water was able to weasel its way inside. i have yet to ride in colder weather, but i imagine that all the removable padding will be enough to keep your head at the right temp for the beginning or end of the riding season. one thing I noticed that was slightly different was a bit more padding right over the ears, it functions to keep you warm and secure, but it can make wearing earbuds a bit uncomfortable after a while, but you aren't supposed to do that anyway, so that shouldn't be a problem right?....right? anyway, what I am trying to say about the Nolan N44 is that it is something completely different from any other helmet you have ever tried, and that i would absolutely recommend that you do so. if you are looking for a good helmet that is good at everything you want it to do then the Nolan N44 is your helmet August 25, 2014
The product is great! In have a hard time finding helmets that are comfortable but this one is very comfortable. It is light weight and stylish. My only complaint is that it is noisy especially with the vent system opened. August 12, 2014
Great helmet, but somewhat large. Bottom line: The helmet is fantastic and I would recommend it. Style: I really like the look of the helmet. I have it in matte black and it took me a while to stop contemplating it. The shape is fairly aggressive and it just looks cool. Fit: I'm normally an XL, but with Nolan I had to go XXL. However, I find that my perfect fit is somewhere in between. The XXL is a bit larger than I wanted, but works. A word of caution, the chin strap sits in an odd place; closer to my throat than to my chin. This doesn't cause discomfort, but it is weird. Ventilation: I believe the ventilation on this helmet is good on hot days, but during winter, the chinbar's shape will probably let more in than you'd want. Construction: The helmet feels solid. The main shell as well as visor and sun visor work correctly and have a very well-constructed feel to them. I would recommend this helmet to people looking for more visibility and good style. July 29, 2014
Excellent multi purpose helmet I ride with numerous bike groups and II needed a lid that allowed me to adapt the helmet to the ride. The N44 looked good so I decided to give it a try. The fit and finish of the helmet is very good. All the switches move with a positive feel, and all the seals work as designed. Like most Nolan helmets, this one runs ever so slightly large. I'm a true 7 3\8 and in an Arai or a Schuberth the helmets fit true to form. In the Nolan I wear an XL and the fit is on the large side of correct. One size down, (large), and it would be slightly too small with no way to layer underneath during winter riding. The venting is effective. There are three vents on top of the helmet, and one at the very bottom of the shield. The venting is effective and shutting it off does in fact stop most of the airflow through the helmet. There is a removable neck and chin curtain that cuts down on the amount of air getting into the helmet from below. These two pieces need to come out for summer riding as they do their job all to well and keep the Nolan from fully venting during warmer months. Visibility is excellent. You can't see the edge of the face shield area unless you look all the way to the side. It's just about impossible to have any obstructed lines of sight with this helmet. The Nolan is a bit noisey. Even with everything installed these is a fair amount of wind rush. It's louder that the top of the line lids, but not so loud that you won't get used to it. After about 20 minutes I forgot about the noise and just get used to it. I played around with every combination except the version with the visor and no shield. The wind noise stays pretty consistent except for the 3\4 open face with no shield and no chin bar. This was the quietest configuration I tried and it still had excellent ventilation. The design of the face shield overlaps the chin bar. Ventilation and wind noise is just about the same with the chin bar in of out. Since the chin bar doesn't interfere with visibility, I just ended up leaving the chin bar in place except for the hottest of days. I've ridden up to 85 degrees and the helmet interior stayed comfortable even at slow speeds. All in all I think this is an excellent multipurpose helmet that will work for 95% of your riding needs. June 28, 2014
Versatile, comfortable, feature packed for the price. Pros: This helmet will do about anything and everything a helmet can do, in just about any configuration you choose. Wide field of view for unsurpassed visibility. Comfortable. Intakes/Vents work well. Comes with pin lock lens. Cons: the drop down sunshade that came with mine does not seem to retract automatically when I push the button to raise it. I have to push the button a few times and then manually push the lens back into the helmet. As this is not a critical feature for my needs, I did not return the helmet. It would be nice if the sun shield would just pop back up when the return button is pressed, but I will only dock 1/2 a point because the helmet overall more than makes up for this shortcoming. I also purchased the B4+ and will write another review for it, but in a nutshell the communication device is not polished. When combined with this helmet. As this is a heavily advertised feature and one of the reasons I chose the N44, I am docking another 1/2 a point. It is not intuitive, difficult to set up, use, and even recharging sometimes fails. I do recommend the unit but think Nolan needs to do a better job with quality control for both the sunshade and the b4+ communication device. It would be cool if there were some type of functional slots in the back of the helmet to clip the chin guard onto when using as 3/4 helmet. June 25, 2014
Best Helmet I've owned Great helmet for humid-hot weather Pin-lock works perfectly for rain and humidity - no fog whatsoever Very light A little on the small side - I usually wear XXL, but I went XXXL for this one and the fit is good! Perfect helmet for low speed use - city, commute, small travels... Very practical removable chin bar with lots of rain protection even without it Sun lens work great! June 24, 2014
If you are a 3/4 or 1/2 helmet guy looking for more protection or an Adventure tourer, then this helmet is for you. I ride bikes with good windscreens. I don't like to be encased in a full face helmet with the visor down. I have had Modular helmets as a compromise and ride with the visor up unless it's raining. This helmet has the field of view virtually identical to a 3/4 helmet with the chin guard installed. Perfect. I just completed a 1600 mile Utah ride on a Triumph Tiger 800 with an aftermarket windshield (Madstad) and loved this helmet. I rode mostly with the peak and chin guard installed. No impediment to my peripheral vision. We did experience temps from 33 to 95 as well as rain and sleet. The visor, with the included Pinlock system, was fog free with no leaks. I do remove the chin guard to take off and put on the helmet which provided my only gripe. It's a little hard to snap the chin guard in some times with the helmet on. A little practice will prevent on the frustration. It also seems a little noisier than a full face, but not much more than my modulars. Since I ride with the face shield up behind windscreens on all my helmets, it is not really any noisier, for me. I put up with a little noise to have fresh air. Other than that this helmet couldn't be better. As an Adventure helmet, off road goggles fit in perfectly if needed. I normally ride with just sun glasses. A Sena 10 R works well with this helmet in any configuration, contrary to the Revzilla review video. I was surprised how well the ratcheting chin strap worked. As a double D ring guy I was skeptical. The Nolan system is faster on and off and way easier. Comfortable as well. For its Field of view, large Pinlock visor and versatility, this helmet can't be beaten in my Adventure tour style of riding. It's multiple helmets in one. Whatever you need to meet what the day holds in store for you, this helmet can become! 5 Stars! May 31, 2014
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Nolan N44 Outlaw Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jed M: For the nice field of view that the helmet has and i just love the look of it! Makes me feel like its a tron helmet! Sep 16, 2014
Asher M: Great reviews and your staff recommended it as the best for my specific riding needs.

Your staff are AWESOME!! So incredibly knowledgeable, so good at teaching and distinguishing what is important and what is not. I don't even go to other websites anymore. You have become my Go-To for everything motorcycle.

Highest kudos for Spurgeon! Wish I could get him every time I call.
Aug 29, 2014
Franco S: After over a month of research and consideration, this helmet seems like the most adequate for a variety of uses. This helmet rates extremely high in every review. The multi-function is awesome, and the looks are fantastic! Jul 20, 2014
Kolin W: Really liked the style and features. Can't wait to try it out!! Jul 17, 2014
Daniel C: Watched a ton of helmet vids and tried on several. Wanted full face without the racer look, and I love the huge viewport. It just seems like a helmet with few downsides and a lot of upsides at a reasonable price. Jun 12, 2014
Ralph P: Personal recommendation from my custom bike builder along with outstanding user reviews on Revzilla. Jun 4, 2014
Warren K: Versatility, big view port, great reviews. Jun 3, 2014
Peter D: Removable chin guard. Tried the Shark Evoline 3 but wasn't oval enough. May 12, 2014
Gregory G: Outstanding helmet, the retention system does seem a bit uncomfortable at times but I have not found one that doesn't. A true chin strap that fits on the chin itself seems to be the most comfortable but hard to find on helmets except for football helmets. Take a hint and design a retention system that the customer has the option of under the chin or on the chin. Just purchased same helmet for the wife. May 11, 2014
Russell R: Recommended by friend Apr 22, 2014
Michael N: Unique styling with an aggressive twist. Apr 11, 2014
Kevin W: size in my melon size Apr 10, 2014
David L: I currently own a Nolan helmet that is wired with my cb I need another to use with my scala rider for me and my girl so we can communicate and the nolan helmet is a great wearing and looking helmet,very versatile makes it work for all kinds of riding if you want to feel the wind at your face or cover from the rain it's got it all. And very importantly skull protection, thanks, David Apr 9, 2014
Stephen M: Ive been looking at this nolan 44 outlaw for a while, hope it meets my exspectatoins, thanks heeps Revzilla Apr 6, 2014
William G: I really liked the sport bike style with the large viewport and the internal sun shade Mar 22, 2014
Julian M: Option flexibility. Reviews and company reputation Mar 18, 2014
Jeffrey O: Lots of features for a reasonable price. Dec 26, 2013
A S asked: I'm new to riding and I'm looking for a good helmet. I use the bike for daily commuting, mostly highway. I live in Portland OR so the helmet needs to hold up to cold, wind, rain, and heat. My current helmet is 3/4 (not sure of the brand) and fogs like crazy. I'm looking to step up to a better one. $300 is my max for budget. What would you recommend? May 12, 2014
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Gregory G: I commute 100 miles per day in Iowa and have just purchased a Nolan N44 Outlaw helmet. I ride a Victory Vision with an adjustable windshield. So far the helmet has provided what I was looking for. With the pin lock shield the visor does not fog. On hot humid days it does get a little warm but I just lower my windshield and open the vents and it takes some of the heat away. I like that the helmet has a bigger viewing area and that the chin piece is removable. Wearing glasses with this helmet is no problem as the cheek pads are not so big that they squeeze your face. I have not used this helmet in the rain but it works well in wind, cold and heat. I was impressed enough with this helmet that I purchased one for my wife. I do not think you can go wrong with this helmet at the budget you are trying to stay in. May 14, 2014
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John v: I have only used this helmet on 1 short ride so far so I can't comment on the different riding conditions you mentioned. This helmet does come with a pin lock anti fog insert for the stock visor, it also has a chin vent which can be opened or closed to prevent fogging up, worst case scenario you can open the visor a couple of different settings to prevent fogging when at a stand still so that should deal with your fog issues.

What I like about this helmet is the style and versatility / functionality but most importantly the huge view port, you can hardly see the helmet in your peripheral vision so it almost feels like you are riding with a half helmet on.

I had the N43E before this one but the N44 is slightly more oval, the size L fits me perfectly, this is the largest size in the smaller shell size. If you need to go to an XL this is the smallest size in the larger shell size which might feel a bit bulky.

I love this helmet, I also bought a smoke tinted visor for it as well even though the helmet has a built in drop down sun visor. Hope this helps
May 14, 2014
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Lee B: I upgraded to this helmet and I love it. Total bang for the buck. Lately the weather has been all over the place and this helmet has held up well in all of it. When its hot open the top vents and crack the face shield up and you will be good. cold? close it down. I did ride in the rain with this but it was only a light sprinkle and as far as foging up, the only time it fogs on me is when im going slow and then i usually have the shield up anyway but it comes with anti fog pinlock lenses. May 14, 2014
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Mark P: Have only ridden about 800 miles so far in this helmet with temperatures ranging from 60 - 90 degrees with no fog issues, will have to see how it does in cooler weather.
Overall I like all the features of the N 44 and believe for the money it's one of the better helmets out there.
May 14, 2014
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J R: The antifog pinlock lens works perfectly! There is no fogging when the pinlock is used. I truly enjoy using this helmet and it meets all my needs having so far ridden from 25-80F in rain and shine. May 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: My measurement is 24 1/2" and I would like to order a Nolan N44. The measurement falls between a XL and a 2XL which one should I order? Apr 28, 2014
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Sarah M: My head size correlated to exactly size medium. I ordered a medium. It fits good but it does have a little extra room. So based on that, I would recommend getting an XL to make sure you don't have too much extra space. Apr 29, 2014
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Anton N: My head is 22 4/5" (58sm) and M size fits me well . Mathematically a 2XL a little closer to you. But a helmets have a feature to worn in over time. Therefore I think XL will be a right choice for you .
Sorry for my english . I am Russian guy
Apr 30, 2014
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Franco S: Rule of thumb: If you are in between sizes, ALWAYS go smaller because the lining will give in and you will end up with a helmet that is too big for you. If a helmet moves around your head, then you are not fully protected. Jul 20, 2014
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Daiver P: I'm not sure what my measurement is, but I recommend the 2XL (my size) because I found this helmet to be smaller (I get away with XL in most helmets). Apr 29, 2014
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Vincent C: Though the size is pretty accurate on the site to which size you need I would go larger than smaller there is a wind and noise reduction around bottom of helmet and larger size will be easier to put on head or you may rip your ears right off lol hope this helps Apr 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I would like to purchase a Nolan N44 Outlaw and my measurement is 24 1/2" which falls between an XL and a 2XL. Which one should I order?

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Apr 28, 2014
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Kevin W: The 2xl. The ingress/egress is a little tight on this brain bucket but will fit great once you have it on your dome. Apr 29, 2014
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Stephen M: my advice is togo to your local shop and try some nolan helmets on. and then make your disi dean all the best steve Apr 30, 2014
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Trevor B: I was in the same boat, 24.5". Went XXL and it fit perfectly. Apr 29, 2014
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Steven S: 2XL IM 24" and the XL fit snug May 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm curious about how far down the internal sun visor goes. I purchased the N43E at one point and returned it because of the internal sun visors fully extended position was not nearly far enough down, which there were many complaints about. How does the N44 compare? May 21, 2014
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J R: The visor comes to just above my nose as long as I ensure the helmet is positioned correctly. This is no different that my previous helmet the HJC Symax II. I find that if I just put the helmet on, it is rotated slightly upwards and one has to be aware of the top of the face opening being just above the eyes to get the sun visor positioned appropriately. This is not an inconvenience and I automatically check rotational position each time I put it on to ensure proper visor positioning.

Overall, the helmet is of excellent quality and there is nothing I am wanting for in this helmet.
May 21, 2014
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Steven S: I too bought the 43 and returned it. The 44 is much better. More vision, better, venting, better shield mechanism, and yes the visor has a smoother operation and covers the eyes much better then the 43. It is narrow so I went up a size and that worked well. May 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet have the stainless steel hinges for chin bar like the N43E? Feb 15, 2014
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Adrian S: No, the chinbar is attached with polycarbonate. Feb 17, 2014
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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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