Comments on: Daytona Helmets D6-O Skull Cap http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/daytona-helmets-d6-o-skull-cap/ Rides and Culture Tue, 01 Sep 2015 15:52:57 +0000 hourly 1 By: Women Skull Caps Blog http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/daytona-helmets-d6-o-skull-cap/#comment-2022 Sat, 05 Jan 2013 14:08:44 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=3634#comment-2022 Daytona Skull Half Helmet…

[…] it claims to be the smallest DOT-approved half helmet available, and I was despe […]…

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By: Jonny http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/daytona-helmets-d6-o-skull-cap/#comment-764 Tue, 05 Jul 2011 13:27:09 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=3634#comment-764 It IS definitely a fractional difference, Jono — but absolutely, positively noticeable, both in size AND in weight.

Wore it just this a.m., actually! And I stick by my original assessment: It really is ideal for around town, but I wouldn’t necessarily want to wear it on a long slog via interstate. It truly is a “cap” in every sense; sits right up on top of my noggin, weighs virtually nothing, & doesn’t reach very far down the back or sides. Also, while the d-rings are indeed metal, the strap isn’t what you’d call thick or sturdy!

One thing: I wish the stripe came in a color other than Harley orange. Or no stripe at all.

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By: Jono http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/daytona-helmets-d6-o-skull-cap/#comment-758 Fri, 01 Jul 2011 16:47:19 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=3634#comment-758 Hi Jon,

Size-wise, is it noticeably smaller than other half helmets? Or is it just within a fraction of an inch, allowing them to make the “smallest DOT helmet” claim?

-Jono

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By: Ralph Rodriguez http://www.themotorcyclemag.com/home/daytona-helmets-d6-o-skull-cap/#comment-701 Fri, 20 May 2011 07:34:58 +0000 http://www.roadbikemag.com/home/?p=3634#comment-701 Thanks Jon. I appreciate the review!

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