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Carbon Pro Helmet Liner
$19.99
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Joe Rocket Carbon Pro Helmet Liner There's no better feeling for comfort and safety than a properly fitted helmet Keep your helmet fresh and clean with a replacement Liner
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Pinlock Shield For RKT101 Helmets
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Joe Rocket Pinlock Shield For RKT101 Helmets RKT101 helmets are Pinlock insert ready with the purchase of an optional Pinlock shield Pinlock inserts are created out of a moisture absorbing plastic ...

Latest Reviews

Michael (Peyton )

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Excellent sun shade...

I ride as often as I can and it is usually very bright from the sun. This dark shield makes it much more safer by cutting out the glare and reducing eye fatigue. After dusk I would not use a dark shield but you can flip up a dark shield and use some clear ballistic eye wear for protection.

John (scottsdale )

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mirrored shield ...worst ever

I used this shield maybe 5 times in a year. I went to clean it with a new microfiber towel and it destroyed the mirroring. Added Honda Pro clean to the equation and no difference in results, amazing what a difference there is in the quality of the aftermarket shields. Unfortunately it pushed you toward the helmet manufacturer for replacement shields.

CAG (Miami )

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Stock part but beware of adhesive

The Part comes with self-adhesive strips along the 'edges' of it. While they are sticky and I pressed firmly to attach the thing vibrated loose and was lost on the highway a day after a got it. Be mindful about how you attach it or it will be a quick way to lose 8 dollars.

NorthRider (Boyne City )

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Good

It took me some time to figure out how to install this, since there were no instructions. It just wedges in to a groove in the chin area of the helmet--takes some work. But once I got it in, I've been very pleased. It greatly cuts down on the wind noise.

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