By Jim Pruner
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Even more notably there’s the Nenki NK856, a helmet I would never personally wear and generally love to hate. Sorry Nenki, but you need to do better.
On the other hand Cam’s review of the Snell-rated, Scorpion EXO-R710 has shown me there are quality helmets out there in the $200 range deserving both my attention as a reviewer and our hard-earned money as consumers. Before this Sedici review I would always encourage anyone working with a limited budget to consider buying that Scorpion helmet first.
I still think it’s a really good one!
The Scorpion EXO-R710
My goal as always has been to find the best possible combination of protection, comfort, airflow, low mass and value. Typically I’ve landed in the $350 to $750 USD range to get there, but that’s changing.
Enter the Sedici Strada II
Our friend at Revzilla, Anthony Silvotti (not the “HEYYYYYYYYY-Anthony-from-Revzilla-here” Anthony– a different Anthony) recently offered us a few new Sedici products to review. One was the enhanced sequel to the Strada helmet. The Strada II full face helmet retails at only $199.99. I knew right away based on the specs listed …read more