All those materials don’t help protect your noggin if the helmet doesn’t provide sufficient coverage. Unless you ride a cruiser, a half or three-quarters helmets probably won’t do the job, so we’re going to concentrate on modular and full-face variants. Modular offers just thatmodularity. Riders can achieve the coverage of a full-face for higher speeds while also providing the benefit of increased airflow in its 3-quarters configuration. However, that added convenience can come at a price as the majority of modular helmets don’t meet Snell certification standards. Due to their fixed chin bar, full-face helmets carry the highest safety ratings. Full-face helmets do offer the best protection on the market but the lack of modularity does restrict the airflow of the helmet, which leads us to…