ромика маратонки, I've also used the Drak for the Triumph Bobber Black press launch, summer rides and winter blasts on a variety of different styles of bikes. The Drak was the first open-face lid I'd used, and I chose it as it gave some of the weather protection of a full-face, yet the style of an open-face helmet. WBW provides subjective opinions and information on hard-to-find and unique motorcycling products. Our reviews are hands-on, detailed, and unbiased. Noise can be caused by many factors, including helmet fit, the type of motorcycle and windscreen, wind speed and direction and even the rider's clothing.While carrying out this movement, you are advised to keep the two sections of the chin strap apart with your thumbs so that they are properly positioned. Position the protective parts of the chin strap buckle correctly and fasten it in accordance with the recommendations that are appropriate to the versions and country. Check that the tension and therefore the positioning of the helmet are correct for all positions. If this is not the case, you must continue to adjust the length until you achieve the ideal positioning.Unhook the velcro of the two cheek pads Fig. B) and slide them along the chin straps to extract them. The helmet STREET-DRAK is approved in the jet. The mask does not protect the chin against the shocks. For protection and to improve its life, the outer surface of your goggles STREET-DRAK is anti-scratch treated.If it is not snug, it has become too big for you and should be replaced. Even if the helmet does not show any evidence of damage or wear, we recommended the helmet to be replaced five years after it is first purchased. A big reason to consider the Drak is it's really comfortable. I have a small – I'm normally a medium in other helmets but went by the size guide on the site – I find I have to open the helmet out when I put it on and squeeze my head in.Wind noise was louder than in a full faced helmet, which was expected, but the visor and mask did do a decent job of cutting down wind chill. Maintaining the S-Drak has been made thanks to the lining to be removable and washable. The helmet can also easily accommodate Sharks ‘Sharktooth' Bluetooth accessories. Weighing in at just 1000 grams or 2.2 pounds) this is about as light as it gets for a full face helmet. The lightweight strength comes from its carbon fibre construction and the fact that the chin guard is actually an injection moulded plastic mask.