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Old 01-22-2018, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by attak06 View Post
I'm looking for input on modular helmets for my wife. She now uses a moto cross and goggles set up. She can't wear contacts any longer and is thinking about going to a modular helmet and go back to wearing glasses. What are you ladies using, what works what doesn't?
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They do make googles that fit over glasses.
That might help you from having to buy a whole new helmet.
I do believe they also make prescription goggles.

Honestly I've heard a lot of people say that had issues with the modular helmets having too much condensation in the breath box, which creates complications.
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