Vozz strapless, rear entry helmet


Not to fond of the rear entry strapless designation, but not sure how else to describe it!   :D


Looks like a cool idea, dual sport version supposed to be in the works.




I saw that video this morning.  Looks pretty cool.  Revolutionary.

Found it online. $888.00. Think I will wait.

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