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- Natchez Trace
- helmet state
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I live in Florida (a no helmet state) but am doing a ride on the Natchez Trace up to Nashville . I bought a Biltwell helmet and the gator shield. Very happy with the fit and shield. Closest thing I could find to freedom
Great product it’s really visible to see threw
Snaps perfectly in place on the ******. It's like the sun shield... Only it's clear. It's like a windshield for your face.
Great product. Snaps and fits perfectly to my Medium ****** Helmet, would recommend.
Great prices and service - the shield is excellent
Excellent service. Part came in quickly and just as expected!
Exactly what I expected.....going to try bubble shield also
I got tired of rain pelting my nose here in Washington, so I got the shield...It attaches securely and keeps out wind and rain, without a lot of extra noise. Fogs up when its cold and wet, but what can you do about that? Thats just winter riding.....Goes on and off easily, but is securely attached.
it is great, you feel a lot safer with one of this on long roadtrips, i have had it with rain, sand storms in desert and strong wind, i have not felt any of those in my face while wearing this, the only con is consequence of the classic "vintage" fitment, i have a bubble smoke shield and this, when i start my trip in the morning i need to keep this somewhere on the bike and it is biggger than my actual sadle bags, also the bags are slim and small for the sporty so the shield is longer and is hard to make it fit in my bags.
It's hard to wear your sunglasses, since you have to remove it to put your frame and then try to snap it already wearing the helmet. A little bit noisy, too.
After getting stung by a wasp twice while riding I decided it was time for a visor. I bought the flat shield because I felt a bubble visor doesn't look right on a full face. The only downside for wearers of Rx glasses is that you have to remove the shield before you take off or put on the helmet. Hint to Biltwell: make a flip-up visor