About The Product
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.
Features and Benefits
- Super lightweight KEVLAR®/carbon fiber/fiberglass TriMatrix Composite shell
- Fully adjustable Flying Bridge Visor with air intake vents
- Velocity Flow Ventilation system for maximum cooling
- Removable and washable X-Static silver lined Extended Wear interior
- Exclusive Magnafusion Emergency Removal System (MERS) cheekpads (Patent Pending)
- QuickFlip visor screws for easy adjustment even with gloves on
- Fully ventilated EPS-lined chinbar
- Integrated vented roost guard
- Exclusive Magnafusion magnetic strap keeper (Patent Pending)
- Padded chin strap with D-ring closure
- Six sizes for a custom fit
- Five-year warranty
- DOT and Snell M2010 Approved
- Weight: 900g
DuPont™ and KEVLAR® are registered trademarks or trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company and are used with permission.
About The Brand
Bell was born in a small Southern California garage in 1954 and quickly became the first name in helmets. Their helmet lines are all focused on fulfilling specific needs, designed to function with style as an afterthought. That does not mean that Bell makes ugly helmets - far from it. The silhouettes are a thing of beauty, and the list of artists that create their graphics reads like a who's who of the art world. Roland Sands, Jona Cerwinske, Chris Wood, Paul Frank, Taylor Reeve, and Jimbo Phillips just to name a few. The beauty is not just on the surface. Bell uses the best materials in their helmets including fiberglass, carbon fiber, and composite polycarbonate alloys for the outer shells. Bell is famous for their iconic open face design, but they make full face, modular, and off-road helmets as well. Whatever you ride Bell has a helmet built to inspire and protect.