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  • Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor - Black/Clear - On Helmet, Overview
  • Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor - Black/Clear - On Helmet, Right Side
  • Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor - Black/Clear - On Helmet, Front
  • Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor - Black/Clear - On Helmet, Left Side
  • Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor for Biltwell Gringo Helmets with Black Trim and Clear Lens - On Helmet, Rear Detail

Equilibrialist Knox Maska Visor for Gringo Helmets - Black/Clear

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$149.99
$142.95
(You save $7.04)
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SKU: M002-C-BLK

Product Description

Custom designed specifically for the Biltwell Gringo helmet and built by hand by the boys over at Equilibrialist, this leather-clad visor adds a one-of-a-kind touch to any Gringo helmet...

Including an optical quality visor featuring anti-scratch and anti-fog coating, and a precise fit that insulates and seals from debris, road noise, and 60mph hornets with hostile intent. The two-piece design allows for quick changing to a smoked or clear visor to suit varying light conditions.

The heavy-duty elastic strap is adjustable and features durable synthetic leather trim, specifically chosen for it's weather-resistant qualities and ability to withstand all conditions and look good doing so. Straps and visors are interchangeable, and may be purchased separately - allowing for a wide variety of combinations.

And perhaps most importantly, it just looks cool as hell.

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  1. Looks Great! But that is all...

    Posted by Danny on 9th Aug 2017

    Even though aesthetic was satisfactory, practicality was not. The product was only meant to be worn one way. As a rider of all kinds of roads and speeds I need a visor to be able to seamlessly come on and off my helmet. In order to pull off this visor one needs two hands to remove, I need at least one to control the bike. I refuse to pullover before getting on the highway or when it starts raining to set my visor. For the "Fashion Over Function" kind of riders this product is perfect. But in all reality, should those riders that pick fashion over function really be riding two wheeled vehicles that go over 30 MPH?