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2023 Author: Nicholas Abramson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-09-01 00:14
Not everyone can or wants to spend a fortune on a helmet, that is a fact. And precisely with that premise the concept of the series was born Nolan's N60.5, a low cost range from the mythical Italian firm that seeks to gain a foothold in the basic helmet segment.
Of course, at Nolan they do not want that basic range to be synonymous with losing the values and qualities that have given them a position at the top of the helmet manufacturers worldwide. That is why the N60.5 range maintains technological advances of some of his "older brothers".
A basic range with multiple graphics both replicas and originals
The main objective of the Nolan N60.5 is to offer a good solution to all those who are looking for a moderately priced helmet but without losing a good value for money. That is what the Italian brand insists on the most, to emphasize that despite its contained cost, the quality is not that of a low-cost helmet without quality.
To prove it, at Nolan they have incorporated into this range of their helmets some details typical of high-end helmets while maintaining their simplicity. Some of these details are the incorporation of the Pinlock anti-fog system waves removable side pads for your best cleaning.
The N60.5 also incorporate an advanced ventilation system formed by different air inlets that maintain an appropriate flow for correct ventilation called AirBooster Technology. Comfort is a priority for helmet designers and in this case, Nolan has also taken into account users who wear glasses. For them, the helmet has specific areas where the temples of the glasses fit without being annoying. Something that all those who have ever used goggles inside the helmet know well, is to be appreciated.
In Spain, Nolan has decided to market some basic graphic designs as well as replica editions of the designs worn by some of the brand's pilots, such as Casey Stoner, Chaz Davies, Marco Melandri and Danilo Petrucci. Their prices range from 144, 99 euros from basic white to 214, 99 euros of the replica editions.
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