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Do visor helmets keep the rain out of your vision?

This is a discussion on Do visor helmets keep the rain out of your vision? within the Helmets forums, part of the Gear category; I was wondering if the rain just blows off of the helmet as it hits it? I want to buy ...


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Old 01-09-2009   #1
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Default Do visor helmets keep the rain out of your vision?

I was wondering if the rain just blows off of the helmet as it hits it? I want to buy a full face helmet for my scooter so I can ride in the rain easier.
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visor is that top piece, It really is more like a minor sun shade, and when going faster (like 70 mph and up) on a bike with no windshield, it will pull your head back from wind drag making your neck sore after a while. but you dont have to worry about that on a scooter.Get a full face with a face shield that can flip up/down. Works great in rain, the flip allows you some air and defogg when sitting at lights. ------
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