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The helmet was worth the wait (was sold out). It is 1270gms for the Medium, right out of the box; tag on the helmet says, "1300gms without accessories." It is so light when first put it on (compared to my ol' 1669gm helmet) the "Zero" almost feels like a toy. The first ride convinced me of the delight of such light weight. I'm small (and old), so I appreciate the weight loss compared to my old helmet.
And, the Zero fits me fine. I measure at 57.5cms, right in the middle of the published size chart for Medium. I hope it gets little easier to get off after its worn a while, though--I'd really like to keep my ears!Venting seems to work well but I'll know more when summer arrives--only in the high 80s here today. It's not particularly quiet but riding with ear-protection it's perfectly fine. I did notice that it is noisier in a full tuck, but on an FZ-07 I never right that way.
Style is a personal issue, of course, and I'd prefer none of the molded-in logos and such (more like the new carbon Simpson that has nothing but easily peeled off stickers), but there are much worse, imho. My only gripe is that the "buckle" thingee, though nicely padded, fits right under the center of my chin and not off the side, which I find more comfortable. I suppose I'll get used to this... or, have my wife fix it.
Contrary to what some reviewers report, mine arrived in perfect condition. And, for those who gripe about how much effort it takes to remove the shield or how the unconventional guts come out or install, may I respectfully suggest watching the videos here... they show it all.Overall, this fully carbon helmet seems to be well worth the bucks and I look forward to many comfortable miles in the NEXX Carbon Zero.
Finally, revzilla personel were quite helpful in sizing and buying this, as it was sold out when I decided to order.Pictured is what's in the box and a shot of the underside. Normally, I remove all stickers but I'm leaving the one that notes the emergency removable cheek pads!!!