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The first photo is of the helmet right out of the box, showing the helmet profile,a nice flat black-

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Frontal view -

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Side view -

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Rear view- notice the venting exhaust structure at the top of the FX-37DS -

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and the opposite side view -

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This picture shows the visor, which I didn't find to cause any unwanted lift at speed and it did provide good shade in the setting sun-

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Interior pictures, showing the liner, straps and vents-

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Chin vents -

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The helmet liner and cheek pieces removed. It was very simple to remove the pieces, three snaps hold each cheek section in and the main liner is fitted at the rear and a locking tab system keeps the front in place. It felt very secure after taking the liner in and out several times.

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Showing the vent holes in the inner shell, these actually do work -

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The chin strap keeper, notice it is rather high up, inconvenient but not a deal breaker in any way-

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Conclusion

The AFX FX37DS is one of those bargains you come across rarely. If you can forget about it's few short comings, this is one heck of a bargain at twice the price. I'm very satisfied with the fit and finish. Sizing was a bit confusing so measure your head and don't rely on that old XL helmet you wear, I wear an XL and in an AFX wear a large. The helmet is a lot like our KLR 650, it really does go anywhere be it street or dirt.

I give it a solid 8 out of 10, make some minor improvements and it could well be a solid 10. I would buy one for my son.

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