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Old 06-17-2009, 07:02 AM   #1
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NEXX Modular Helmets at RevZilla.com

Hi Fellow ADV'ers,

Many of you know me from our ADV Gear & REV'IT! FAQ Thread.

Recently we are very excited to have picked up NEXX Helmets after being really impressed with what we saw. The full face X30 is modular with a chin-bar and flip-down sun visor. Also the angles really compliment newer BMW and KTM bike styles as well. I am sure it will strike a chord with some of our fellow inmates.

During our research on the helmet we also found that WBW really liked the helmets (X30 Helmet Review & X60 Review) as well. Picking them up turned into a no-brainer for us.

I figured I would alert the troops on ADV and answer any questions. I literally just had a chance to shoot the basic black yesterday.

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As always, please ask any questions here, and like our other threads, we will be happy to answer them.

More Pics / Styles to come.

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Old 06-18-2009, 09:43 AM   #2
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This thing looks great! I'm really curious to see if it can be worn at all in the winter (Sep-Jun in Seattle) since you can't open the visor to de-mist.

Looking forward to reading people's experiences...
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Old 06-19-2009, 01:38 AM   #3
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This thing looks great! I'm really curious to see if it can be worn at all in the winter (Sep-Jun in Seattle) since you can't open the visor to de-mist.

Looking forward to reading people's experiences...
yeah that's kinda an odd design.
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Pairing two odd designs could be a winner, no? I love this bike.



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yeah that's kinda an odd design.
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What other helmet would you compare it to as far as fit goes? I'm a bit of an egg-shape and stuff like Nolan does not fit me well at all. HJC SyMax2 and IS-Max seem to fit me ok. I'm wearing a Caberg Trip now but it's gotten a bit wobbly over the last 1.5 years.
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