The Fulmer ADV helmet is a bare-bones, low-cost, dual-sport helmet. It's not as nice as, say, an AGV AX-8 Dual, but it's ECE 22.05 rated and retails for less than $150. It's also got a removable peak, comfortable liner and a level of quality you'd expect to find on much more expensive helmets. Starting with the outside, fit and finish are better than you would expect. Paint quality looks great until about 5" away when you can start to make out the pixelated shading on the silk-screen applied tribal graphics. The vents are sturdy and the open/close mechanism of the chin vent feels like one of the strongest around. The peak is attached with three steel bolts that clamp down on machined aluminum washers. Two of those are also holding the shield in place. This long and pointy helmet has a longer than average chin bar and a weight of 1625g with the peak and shield installed. The rear vent is part Audi grill, part Cylon warrior. Whether you're a fan of its looks or not, it doesn't actually do much venting as it's completely blocked by foam. Chin bar vents are the same story. The two top vents actually deliver some cool air to your head though. You'll never be able to tell if the chin vent is open or closed with all the wind that makes it through the gap between your face and the chin bar. Put it on and you'll appreciate the simple plush liner. Head shape is on the round side. Side-to-side visibility is excellent and up-and-down is about average. The combination of peak and mirrored shield block out the sun exceptionally well and, with the peak removed, you don't strain your neck and eyes trying to keep your head down. With it on, highway-speed winds can be a bit much.