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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I need to carry a face shield qith me during rides as well as one on teh helmet. Someone on the org uses one that carries across the shoulder under your jacket. Where can I find one of those?
 
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Not to sound "White Trash", but why don't you stick it in a sock and put it in your "trunk"?

I use the Icon helmet bag for my extra faceshield and stick it in my tankbag, but if I didn't have those items, I'd take my own advice... Just a thought to save you some money.
 
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Matter of fact Scout, I used to use a sock, but for seven bucks the Roadgear item is less of a fight to get the shield in and out of.
 
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mr_rua said:
I believe you are looking for what is called ShieldSak (it's a link to the site itself). I have one and works great.
I have one and love it.

Can ride all day with the dark visor and have the claer one tucked under my arm.

Once you find a comfortable spot for it you almost forget its there :thumb:
 
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Just wear sunglasses during the day - much smaller, less hassle to change, and easier to store in the trunk. :idunno: I remember there was a thread about sunglasses vs tinted/clear shields, but I've always gone the sunglasses route.
 
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Bacchus said:
Just wear sunglasses during the day - much smaller, less hassle to change, and easier to store in the trunk. :idunno: I remember there was a thread about sunglasses vs tinted/clear shields, but I've always gone the sunglasses route.
If it works for ya then stick to it.... I tried it but found it more annoying then it was worth.

Its really all a matter of preference :thumb:
 
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I just use the cloth helmet bag and store it in the boot (trunk for you septics/yanks out there)
 
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mr_rua said:
I believe you are looking for what is called ShieldSak (it's a link to the site itself). I have one and works great.

THAT's IT!!!!!!! :hyper:

I knew the org could point me in the right direction as well as help me spend more of my money. :D

Thanks......
 
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Bacchus said:
TGZ, how in the world is it more annoying than changing out a face shield?! :huh:
Not that way... I mean more annoying as far as comfort. I tried a few pair of sunglasses but couldnt get them to sit comfortable in my helmet :p
 

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TGZ13 said:
Not that way... I mean more annoying as far as comfort. I tried a few pair of sunglasses but couldnt get them to sit comfortable in my helmet :p
Not to mention what they can do in a crash... :eek:
 

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and someone of us wear glasses anyway so its either get prescription sunglasses or the tinted visor, the tinted visor was a lot cheaper than another new pair of glasses. and if you go the sunglasses route there's always problems with some helmets. I tried on a new Shoei last week, had some cool sorta dragon ont it $500 but there was no chance I could get my glasses in there so that eliminates it for me since I can't go around riding without glasses. I like to be able to see stuff not just a big blur.
 
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TGZ13 said:
Not that way... I mean more annoying as far as comfort. I tried a few pair of sunglasses but couldnt get them to sit comfortable in my helmet :p
You're right, it is definitely a "personal thing" that would vary from one individual to another. I currently have a Shoei X-SP II and wear Rudy Project "something-or-other" model, and have no complaints. I've never had any issues with other helmets while wearing Oakley or Rudy Project glasses. :idunno:
 
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ConqSoft said:
Not to mention what they can do in a crash... :eek:
If one manages to ram anything through the helmet opening, I think he/she will have more to worry about than sunglass material punturing the eyes. Anyway, what about the shield material itself? :idunno:
 
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