I use large (#150) rubber bands to blouse my trouser legs in the Winter, amazingly it really helps .
Ain't got that problem...Oh, one more thing I like about a modular helmet. With the chin bar down it keeps your whiskers from blowing back and jabbing you right in the face.
Full Face Shoei since I started riding on the street. Was using the X14, NeoTec 2 right now. Looking at the new X15's.The following is taken from:
The Ultimate Guide to the Different Types of Motorcycle HelmetsMake sure you're choosing the right helmet for your ride. Explore this guide to learn about different motorcycle helmets and their features.www.motorcyclelegalfoundation.com
Personally I prefer the full face, I believe it's the safest
What model is that ?I want a helmet that protects my face and chin, the parts of my head most likely to be impacted in an accident. So, I used to wear a full face HJC. Then I switched to a modular Sedici I purchased at my local Cycle Gear. This model is ECE rated, which IMHO is better than Snell. The modular allows me to take hydration breaks without the need to remove my helmet.
The face shield is Pinlock compatible, and I bought the Pinlock insert for it. The inside of my face shield does not fog up.