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Nolan brings decades of modular expertise to the newest rendition of their flagship, the N104, in the Nolan N104 Evo.

Like all Nolan helmets, the N104 is proudly made in Italy and boasts silky-smooth operation and quality proven to last the miles. Nolan’s ‘N’ line of modulars have kept loyal devotees coming back time and time again.

The N104 EVO is Nolan’s lightest, best ventilating version in the lineage yet, and features a cozy, uber-plush neck roll that helps reduce noise levels. For riders who want to add a headset system, it’s designed to partner with Nolan’s N-Com B4, which is a well-liked product in its own right.

Chin Bar

The N104’s unique elliptical chin bar hinge means that as the chin bar is raised or lowered it doesn’t take the shortest path from point A to point B, but in fact swings out slightly as it passes over the face shield. Nolan says this enables the chin bar...

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Nolan brings decades of modular expertise to the newest rendition of their flagship, the N104, in the Nolan N104 Evo.

Like all Nolan helmets, the N104 is proudly made in Italy and boasts silky-smooth operation and quality proven to last the miles. Nolan’s ‘N’ line of modulars have kept loyal devotees coming back time and time again.

The N104 EVO is Nolan’s lightest, best ventilating version in the lineage yet, and features a cozy, uber-plush neck roll that helps reduce noise levels. For riders who want to add a headset system, it’s designed to partner with Nolan’s N-Com B4, which is a well-liked product in its own right.

Chin Bar

The N104’s unique elliptical chin bar hinge means that as the chin bar is raised or lowered it doesn’t take the shortest path from point A to point B, but in fact swings out slightly as it passes over the face shield. Nolan says this enables the chin bar to be seated on the forehead in a less obtrusive way, resulting in significantly improved aerodynamics when riding with the chin bar raised. The unusual chin bar design is one of the N104 EVO’s most impressive features.

Bluetooth

It’s prepped with a side port for the Nolan N-Com B4+ Bluetooth Headset (sold separately for $314.95). Once installed, the control unit is nearly flush on the side of your helmet and looks very sleek. The only downside of this is that the helmet really isn’t compatible with any other brand of Bluetooth headset.

For an extra hundred dollars ($569.95), the N104 Evo MCS II edition comes with a pre-installed N-Com headset and the necessary cord to plug into Gold Wing and Harley-Davidson factory radio/intercom system.

Bottom Line

At $450, the N104 is one of the most affordable modulars that could be considered part of the ‘premium modular’ category. That’s due in large part to the polycarbonate shell, compared to the more advance composite shells of the Shoei Neotec or Schuberth C3 Pro. Overall, however, the N104 is a pretty great value for a very smoothly operating, Italian-made modular, and it’s a favorite among many experienced riders.

Compare the Nolan N104 Evo side-by-side with the Shoei Neotec and Schuberth C3 Pro at Road Rider, as well as a number of budget modulars.

 

Nolan N104 Evo Modular Helmet Features

  • Injected polycarbonate GE Lexan shell
  • VPS – Vision Protection System drop-down internal sun shield: slider actuated, push-button retracted
  • Quick-change, ultra-wide eye port for superior visibility
  • Pinlock shield included with each helmet
  • Easy, one-handed chin bar opening
  • AIRBOOSTER ventilation system for optimal ventilation where it is required most
  • 3-position top vent (closed, crown vent, crown/brow vent)
  • 2 venturi exhaust ports at rear of helmet
  • EPS vent tube channelsdisperse cool air throughout the helmet interior
  • Features antibacterial, removable cheek pads, inner liner, neck roll and wind protector
  • Inner comfort padding facilitates eyeglass wearing
  • Reflective insert at the center of the roll neck for improved nighttime visibility
  • Two shell sizes
  • DOT approved
  • Available in sizes 2XS-3XL
  • MSRP: $449.99 solids, $499.99 graphics, $529.99 hi-vis

 

 

 

 


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