Daytona Motorcycle Helmets have been around for three decades and not only meet the DOT standards, they also look great doing it. Daytona Helmets also pioneered the way when it comes to lightweight helmets that won’t cost an arm and a leg. That’s right, you’ll get DOT certified safety in the styles you want – built with the latest technology and materials – to give you great looks and safety. Check out all the Daytona Helmets we feature in The Bikers’ Den.
Half Shell Skull Cap Helmets – DOT Certified
Nobody likes the mushroom head look and Daytona keeps you looking great and safe with their new Slim Line Half Shells. Here’s another great beanie design that is among the lightest in the world to wear DOT approval. Daytona designed 3 different shell sizes to accommodate every sized head, so any rider can get exactly the amount of protection they need and not worry about lift off at highway speeds OR the mushroom look. Even better? Daytona custom designed the interior linings in these half shell helmets to provide a whole new level of comfort.
German and Polo Style Helmets – DOT Certified
Say what you want, but bikers don’t like to conform. In a world where everyone is wearing beanies, the real rebels have been looking for new ways to be cool and Daytona is leading the way with their German and Polo-style helmets. Fashioned after styles found a long way from the highways and the rumble of V-twins, these are among the most distinctive helmets we’ve offered and they come with the full safety you’d expect from a DOT-certified helmet.
Half Shell Skull Cap Helmets with Inner Shield – DOT Certified
Let’s face it, trying to juggle your glasses or your goggles at highway speeds is a challenge! Now, Daytona Helmets has created the solution – no need to go with a full-face helmet, keep the beanie look and use the new Half-Shell Inner Shield helmets from Daytona. These feature all the safety and good looks of the traditional lightweight half-shells but with a retractable inner shield. As with all of our Daytona helmets, these meet DOT FMVSS 218 Standards.
Daytona Helmets Size Chart
A cloth tape (or string) measure may be used to make your initial measurements. The circumference of your head should be measured at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front and at a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement. Take several measurements to make sure you have the largest one.