Hey Bandit are you in the business..? Looking for another lid for my daughter....
No, not at all, but I try to stay in touch with all the places that offer the best pricing, so if after your questions are answered, you need to buy, I'm happy to share the links to the best prices and video reviews (if they have indeed been reviewed).
LOL... if you want safety, then why do you ride? Stick to a cage. Full face will protect more than a 3/4 and a 3/4 more than a half, nobody's arguing that fact. But we should just leave it at that, and not suggest that a full helmet provides safety. There is no such thing when you're on 2 wheels.
Then why not ride barefoot in only shorts and a t-shirt then?
Yes, riding a bike means you lack the safety of driving a car, but I'm not making that comparison. Might as well say that driving in a car is less safe than staying home, so why would you leave the house?
But there are protective measures in place to HELP us protect our lives. Law enforcement statistics report that most motorcycle fatalities happen due to head/face trauma. Those fatalities are generally from those not wearing a helmet, not wearing a full face helmet, or not wearing a quality helmet.
With a quality, high end Snell or ECE approved full face helmet, you get the maximum in protection, and are infinitely more likely to live through a severe crash than if you wore a 3/4 or halfie.
What would a 3/4 or halfie do here... in one of the most COMMON types of motorcycle collisions?