The Different Types Of Helmets


The study found that helmets reduced the risk of head injury by about 79% and mortality by 21%.

Open Helmet

An open helmet or “quarter” covers the ears, cheeks, and back of the head but does not have the lower jaw of the helmet.

Full Helmet

A full-length helmet covers the entire head, the back covering the bottom of the skull.

Off-Road  Motocross Helmet

Helmets and helmets have a cap with a clearly elongated cap, color on the face, and open sides to give the wearer extra protection when wearing glasses and allow air to escape. 

Modular helmets are often slightly larger and heavier than comparable full face helmets because they need more internal mechanisms to flip the visor up

Modular Helmet  or flip-up Helmet