Reviewed: Outlaw Rally Racing Orange Stripe Helmet

Outlaw Rally Racing Orange Stripe Open Face Helmet Reviewed: Outlaw Rally Racing Orange Stripe Helmet

Retro-Inspired Helmet Looks Great On and Off the Head

The Outlaw Rally Racing Motorcycle Helmet is a retro-inspired 3/4 helm with a very sweet looking orange and black racing stripe that runs the entire length. And unlike a lot of 3/4 and full-face helmets out there, this one sits close to your head, features a very low profile and weights less than 3 pounds; yet this Outlaw retro-style rally racing helmet is still DOT approved.

Outlaw’s Rally Racing helmet comes with a snap-on, removable gold bubble visor, which helps prevent road fatigue fairly well. However, I preferred to just have the five button snaps exposed with no visor, as it gave the helmet an even more nostalgic feel when I was cruising around on my cafe racer. The chrome strip around the front was a nice touch, too.

Even though this is a retro-inspired motorcycle helmet there are still modern helmet features to be found. The chin strap isn’t itchy and is nicely padded for an added level of comfort. I was very surprised and elated to see that the cheek pads and liner were removable and machine-washable. I will never, ever buy a helmet in the future that does not feature a removable liner, and I was glad that the Rally Racing Helmet had it as I’m seriously considering making it my fourth helmet.

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Finally, as someone that has already spoken at some length about how much I love and prefer goggles to sunglasses, I was very glad to see this retro Rally helmet sport a rear button for locking my goggles onto whenever I am not riding. It’s mostly a style choice rather than anything overly convenient  but just like an arm rest in a car, you’re always thankful when it’s there even if you don’t miss it when it’s not.

Outlaw’s black and orange Rally Racing 3/4 motorcycle helmet retails for a mere $139.95, which is a good price for any helmet. However, right now if you have the urge to buy this immediately you can do so over at for more than 50% off retail price, or $59.95. That is a steal for a child’s-size helmet, let alone a high-quality, DOT-approved retro helmet that just looks cool and feels great.

What’s a type of retro motorcycle gear you’d like to see the most? Let us know by leaving a comment in the section below!

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