Bell Drifter Deluxe - Black
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    Bell Drifter Deluxe - Black

    Bell Drifter Deluxe - Black

    Your Price: $99.95

    Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5 (1)

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    • Product Description

      Featuring Bell’s innovative Speed Dial adjustable fit system, the Drifter DLX is a breakthrough in half shell helmet comfort and style. Just put on the helmet and turn the dial on the adjustment system for a perfect fit, even with your gloves on. This system not only provides a high level of comfort, it also drastically reduces the tendency for half shell helmets to lift off of the head. The Drifter DLX also features Bell’s ultra-low profile shell design while still passing tough DOT safety standards; maximum style with no compromises.

    • Lightweight, composite shell
    • Innovative Speed Dial™ adjustable fit system
    • Removable ear pads for cold weather riding
    • Rear goggle strap
    • Five-year warranty

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  • Customer Reviews (1)

    Average Customer Rating: 5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

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    Reviewer: Edgar Cheetham (Prince Frederick, Maryland) 6.21.2012

    5 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 55 out of 5

    Straps backward?
    There is something definitely weird about the Black Bell Drifter helmet: the straps seem to be sewn wrong. On the Pinstripe and on the Flames helmet, the strap is sewn correctly so that the part that goes under your chin is an extension of the rear strap (the rear part of the “Y”) so the strap is aiming forward and goes under your chin properly. On the Black helmet however, the strap is an extension of the front strap and therefore it is aiming backward and in the wrong direction. It becomes kinked when you buckle it down and it tilts the helmet backwards on your head. It was probably a computer glitch that told those Chinese workers to assembly it wrong.

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