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One of the Renegade-V’s distinguishing features is the characteristic frontal helmet view. The chin area is designed and shaped to resemble the look of a martial artist or rugby player. But the aggressive design of the chin bar is not only for looks but also increases the strength of the shell in this area.
On the front of the helmet there are four slots to be found, and a further total of four slots on both sides and back. All of this contributes to a highly efficient ventilation and thus great comfort. The side ducts, through integrated air channels behind the cheek pads, remove hot air from the interior. The four ventilation slots at the front can be opened and closed with a slide shutter at the inside for added comfort.
The EPS cheek pad material surface is treated with a noise reduction foam. This keeps the helmet quiet when the air traverses the air channels inside. The chin curtain lowers the amount of air coming into the helmet. If a rider wants an even quieter ride it is possible to mount the optional replaceable chin cover.
The top ducts, as is usual for cruiser and naked style bikes, were designed for upright riding position.
For increased strength in the area above the eye port, a super fibre belt is integrated into the shell. An important feature that demands increased protection for riders.
The Renegade-V was designed and made for riders who insist on the highest levels of protection while enjoying their naked motorcycles or cruiser.
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