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See all the helmets, we have selected Outlaw Helmets as our favorite half helmet brand

See all the helmets, we have selected Outlaw Helmets as our favorite half helmet brand. It’s the best value for the money out of all the half helmets, great designs, sleek comfortable, lightweight half helmets. For full face please look at Hawk Helmets and Scorpion Helmets, they have the most positive feedback.

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Wholesale Motorcycle Helmets types and shapes

Full Face Helmets

Modular helmets

Dual sports helmets

Dirt Helmets

Open Face helmets

Half helmets

Full Face Helmet

Commonly referred to as a “sportbike” helmet, a Full Face motorcycle helmet provides the best coverage, protection, and structural integrity. The “sportbike” classification, however, while highly prevalent, is a drastic misconception. Ya see the laws of motorcycling are not governed by some tyrannical 5th Avenue style consultant who expressedly forbids any deviation from preconceived notions of motorcycle helmet segmentation. Fortunately, the idea of full-face helmets for a multitude of riding styles is something that is gaining traction in the industry and for good reason. Generally speaking, the enclosed design of full-face motorcycle helmets provides a few notable improvements over their counterparts.

As was already mentioned, and this is most important, the full face design allows these helmets to be more protective. Plain and simple. When compared to half helmets, open face helmets, or even modular helmets, the full face stands atop the podium in that regard. With one-piece, complete coverage, the outer shell of the helmet is more inclined to retain its structural integrity in the event of an accident than a modular, which is hinged together with a mechanism that presents a point of weakness. As far as how the full face compares to half or three-quarter helmets in terms of protection, well, that one needs no elaboration. The advantages of full-face helmets do not end there, however.

Half Helmet

Sometimes, riders just want to have as little between them and the open air as possible. Freedom of the road. Riding on unencumbered. That is the essence of the motorcycle half helmet. As with the full-face helmet generally being considered a “sportbike” lid, half helmets have the tendency to be seen as cruiser specific. While that is more often than not the case, it is also important to note their popularity with the scooter crowd, as well as the fact that they are becoming more popular with the urban commuter as well. Historically, half helmets have been rather basic. Nothing much to talk about other than a few different style options and maybe a different chin buckle or two. However, recent improvements to design, fitment, and the housing of features have made for a wider array of possibilities for those in search of half helmets for their motorcycle adventures.

While the standard, simplistic, bare-bones half helmet is still quite popular, the inclusion of features such as drop-down sun visors, fitment optimization systems, and even specialized face masks, such as the ones that have shown enormous popularity on the Bell Rogue, have really made inroads with this segment of riders.

Open Face Helmet

The classic motorcycle look that comes with a fashionable open-face helmet is all the rage nowadays. Harking back to yesteryear, strapping on the open face helmet, pulling a bandana over your grill, throwing your leg over a rugged cafe racer or mean street cruiser, and thundering down the road is an appealing idea for many a rider. As with all of the helmets that we have discussed, there are pros and cons to keep in mind when looking to go in this direction. When making your eventual decision, it helps to take them into consideration.

Mainly, the open-face helmet is a stylistic choice. What they generally lack in protective features they make up for with the freedom of a bit of wind in the face and a tangible attitude that permeates their throwback ways while saturating the rider in a timeless essence of swagger. Residing somewhere between a half helmet and a full face, open face helmets come in various degrees of transition along the spectrum.

MOdular Helmet

If two riders pulled up side-by-side to you at a stop sign, and one was wearing a modular while the other was in a full face, the difference between the two lids should be almost indistinguishable. While the modular helmet is closed, it looks (and for the most part acts) like a full face in just about every way. The difference resides in what the helmet can do when the bikes are parked. The feature that sets modulars apart from other helmets is their ability to open at the chin bar, rotating upward, and thus leaving the face of the rider to bask in the sweet sunshine of a ride well-taken.

Modular helmets are the intermediary between full-face and open-face helmets. They are extremely popular with the long-range touring crowd who spend numerous hours in the saddle and like to take any opportunity to crack open the chin bar at a stop. It is a great option to have, and for the most part, comes at little cost when compared to the alternative full-face. Considering the fact that modular helmets can incorporate all of the great features of a full face, with a bit of added functionality, it isn’t difficult to see why they are so sought after.As alluded to earlier, however, modular helmets do have their own unique complaints. In addition to the arguments against full face helmets, modulars come with three additional considerations. First and foremost, the mechanism that allows for the operation of the lever action chin bar tends to create a structural weakness in the helmet itself.

Helmet Buyers Guide

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When buying a Wholesale Motorcycle Helmets or atv helmet, there are five basic styles to consider:
Full-face helmets are exactly that — they cover your entire face. Because of this full face styles offer the most amount of protection for your head as humanly possible. Many fullface biker helmets have the ability to swap out visors for sunny day or night riding, and most include multiple ventilation openings to allow for more or less airflow as you see fit.

Modular Helmets look almost identical to full-face, but are actually a mixture of full-face and open-face, with a front chin-guard and visor that flips up to expose the whole of your face. While not offering as much protection as full face due to their flip mechanisms, they still offer a large amount of safety for all riders. Some modular motorcycle helmets allow the rider to remove the whole front piece and reattach it later as needed. Some also include separate visors for when the front piece is flipped up so that the rider is still protected from glaring sun while also having maximum airflow.
Open-face, or 3/4 helmets, cover the head completely and most of the chin and cheek area for almost all motorcycle riders, and give a great deal of safety and protection while still giving a great deal of comfort on hot days. Most open face helmets still offer additional ventilation options and some have attachable shields as well, adding a decent amount more comfort and protection. If you’re interested in an open face that does not include a face shield, be sure to grab some sunglasses or goggles, as some states require wrap-around eyewear by law.

Half-helmets cover the entire top of the head and generally cover part or all of the ears for most riders. While they cannot offer all of the protection that other helmet types can, all of our half helmets are still DOT approved and tested thoroughly by the Federal Government Department of Transportation to ensure the most possible protection for coverage area. Almost every half lid we carry at will additionally feature a small visor for the frontal area to block some incoming sun..

Motocross helmets and ATV helmets are designed specifically for off-road riding on dirt bikes and ATVs. MX helmets cover the entire head as well as the chin, but lack any kind of visor; and because of this we recommend that you always wear a strong set of goggles. Dirt helms are designed to be safe, but also lightweight. Available for riders of all head-sizes, including children and younger/inexperienced riders.

At Wholesale offers we’re proud of our selection and our guaranteed low prices on every motorcycle helmet we sell. Whether you’re in the market for a racing-replica or, you’re you’re looking for a boldly colorful lid to make you and your cruiser stand out in a crowd you’re sure to find it here in our store. Be sure to check out our measuring guide to make sure you order the biker helmet that nicely fits to your head.