Helmet fit great, bought it for my 15 yr old daughter for 4-wheeling, she loves it. It has just enough silver glitter to make it look feminine, but not over the top like a pink one.
CAUTION! - THIS MODIFICATION WILL VOID YOUR WARRENTY! These bags are great but the straps...well there are just too many! I couldn't makes sense of them so I cut off and sealed all of the MALE straps except the two on the front of the large bag (so, I cut off 6 in total). Leave the receiving clips alone!!! I took two of the long straps that I cut off and made them male/male (just use a couple of the male clips from the straps you just cut off the bags). Take a look at the photo of the rack on my tour pack. I simply crisscrossed the straps under the rack so I could secure the large bag to it. I then placed the large piece of luggage on the rack and secured the M/M straps to the appropriate receiving clips. The bag was secure enough at this point to be able to open the pack lid with the luggage attached. Now, with the large bag secure, you should see the two straps hanging off the large bag that were not cut off (they should be hanging off the back of the motorcycle). Slide those straps under the rack and over the seat (see the photo with the view from the front). These straps will be used to secure the small bag. At this point I took the small piece of luggage and fit it against the large piece in an upside down (inverted) position. I then placed the straps over the bottom (now the top) of the small bag, thread the clips through the strap guides, and secured the clips to two receiving clips on the back of the large bag. I just snugged up the straps and, voila, the small bag is secure! That's it! As you'll see from the final photo, the bags don't sit too high and my wife has no problem with placement of the small bag. In fact, it provides some extra support. Hope this helps. p.s. Don't forget to seal the cut edges of the straps. I just heated a large flathead screwdriver over the flame of my stove and carefully drew it across the strap for a perfect seal. If you don't seal the cut edges, they will fray.
I bought the fender bag primarily to hold drinks while working outside. We own two 700cc quads. It actually holds a full size tissue box with extra room in the one pocket, two water bottles in the drink pockets and then there was a bonus pocket at the top which is great for small items such as cell phone, keys etc. We have used it while working in the yard, but have not had the chance to truly test it for joy riding. Honestly, I have no doubt that it will work great. We were concerned with the review about using double sided tape, but it has a strap to hold it in place, so we don't have to use the tape. We have not put it on my husband's Yamaha Grizzly, because it is stored away from our house and we have not had the chance to get to it. It is the perfect fender bag for the Suzuki Kingquad though. Great product, thrilled with the purchase!
This is a DOT-rated helmet, which, if you've read up on the Hurt Study, serves better than a Snell-rated helmet, in 400+ accidents in the real world. (Snell helmets transfer 100+ more G's of impact force to your head, in a blunt surface impact accident, than DOT helmets do, all because the Snell shell is harder, to save you from an impact with a plough blade, edge-on, which never occurred in any of the 400+ accidents studied by Dr. Hurt... All 400+ impacts were with blunt surfaces such as curbs, road surfaces, and other blunt surfaces.) The sizing is good, the internal shape is similar to their standard, inexpensive, full-face helmets available all over, for very similar pricing. The only issue I have is with the vent louvers: they are either all-the-way open, or completely closed, they won't stay in the middle positions. My wife told me she couldn't feel any air flowing inside, while riding, but I saw her bangs moving in the air flow, with the visor down, so there is air movement, whether you can feel it, or not. I highly recommend this helmet to all cyclists who wear eyeglasses. Cheers!
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