Classic Style Motorcycle Half Helmets

The style and comfort of a classic helmet with the protection of a modern helmet. Our JIX gloss classic half-helmet pairs comfort with D.O.T. approval in a good looking package.

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JIX-B210-GLOSS
$10.00
1 Year Warranty

Detail

Our JIX Gloss classic motorcycle helmet combines the comfort and clean look of a traditional half helmet, with the protection of a modern motorcycle helmet. The helmet is lightweight to reduce neck fatigue, and has a soft padded interior and neck strap for maximum comfort. Every half-helmet has a removable sun visor and is face shield compatible. Unlike novelty helmets, the JIX half-helmet is D.O.T. approved and labeled, and meets FMVSS-218 specifications. A free helmet bag and owner's manual is included.

21-1/2" to 22" (Small)
22-1/4" 22-3/4" (Medium)
23" to 23-1/2" (large)
23-3/4" to 24-1/4" (X-Large)

Product Features

  • Smallest and lightest motorcycle helmets on the market (~24 oz)
  • Free protective helmet bag and owners manual included
  • Durable, lightweight fiberglass construction
  • Compatible with face sheilds
  • Removable sun visor
  • UV Protected High Gloss Clear Coat Finish
  • Soft Comfortable Interior and padded chin strap
  • Dual Stainless Steel D-Rings
  • DOT (US Dept. of Transportation) approved and labeled
  • Meets or exceeds FMVSS-218 specifications
  • 1 Year manufacturer's warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

HOW TO DETERMINE CORRECT HELMET SIZE?

Use a cloth tape or small tape measure to take the measurement of your head. The circumference of your head should be measured at the widest point approximately 1" above the eyebrows at whatever point gives the largest measurement. It helps to have a helper do the measuring in order to get the correct measurement. Accuracy is a must.

Note: Please keep in mind that all motorcycle helmets are not sized the same so please take the time to accurately measure your head so you get the proper size. Helmets are designed to fit snug on your head.

Documents

Instruction Manual

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