ILM Vintage Full Face Modular Motorcycle Helmet Model B707
- DOT Standard - Meets or Exceeds FMVSS 218 and DOT Safety Standards. Quality ABS outer shell and high density EPS foam lining. Provide more safety during the ride.
- Vintage & Retro Motorcycle Helmets - Designed with 180°flip up chin guard, the helmet can be used as a modular motorcycle helmet or 3/4 open face Helmet by flipping up the chin part to the angle you want.
- Dual Visor Helmet with Comfortable Liners - 1 retractable tinted visor and 1 removable clear visor, ultra wide, high resistant and anti scratch. Cheek liners are removable, replaceable and washable. Designed with quick release strap and back neck collar.
- Premium Ventilation Performance - 3 vents design for air intake and exhaust to promote air circulation and keep you dry while riding off road.
- Communication System Speaker Pockets & Eye wear Friendly - Features eye wear friendly and communication system speaker pockets design. Enough room for riders to put Bluetooth speakers and wear glasses freely with reserved glasses slot.
The helmet is designed with comfortable neckroll cushioning. Back leather collar effectively release the pressure on your neck and help you fit the helmet effectively.
Quick Release Strap
With quick release strap, the rider can adjust the fit of the helmet easily.
How to remove the chin guard?
Remove the cover pieces on the both sides.
Turn the screw counterclockwise to release the screw.
Detach the chin part and re-tighten the screws.
Then you will get a vintage open face helmet.
|Item Weight||4.94 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 11 x 15 inches|
We have put countless hours into research, design, innovation, and testing our products to make sure we offer exceptional performance. Function is at the core of every new design. We are constantly looking to improve the fit, comfort, airflow, shock absorption, strength and style of our helmets and products.
We developed an in-house test lab to make sure our helmets met the highest standards of safety and quality. When the vast majority of helmet brands are choosing designs from a foreign factory’s catalog, and investing in sales and marketing rather than testing, ILM still continues to rigorously test in house.