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I bought a new Skyline helmet at the Harley dealer and two months later the pivot cam on the face shield popped off while riding and I lost the black plastic pivot piece that holds the face shield on. It's been two months and Harley has been no help. They say they can't find parts for it I should just buy a new helmet. Any ideas out there?

Phil
Waynesburg, PA
Saturday, January 15, 2011
I purchased the full face Skyline helmet. Had problems with the face shield popping off. I had taken it back several times. She even made a note on my account. The only help I could get was the girl at the Harley dealer where I bought it would put it back on. This is very unsafe as I ride my own bike and you cannot ride and hold the side of your helmet. The last straw was when it popped off on Highway 1 by the coast. There are no spots to pull over. The last time it was then 1 month past the date of purchase. I was told that the only thing they could do was to sell me a new one. So Harley nor the maker of Skyline stands behind the product. Little costly for a years use. Will not buy another one.

Vi Prickett
Tracy, CA
Monday, June 21, 2010
I bought the Skyline helmet and it fit perfectly at the dealership. It had the right amount of movement and felt very comfortable. However, after an hour of riding, it presses into my forehead and gives me a nasty headache. I am very disappointed in this helmet and upset at having to pay Cdn $300 for something I probably cannot wear.

Janet Kikkert
Cornwall, Ontario, Canada
Wednesday, April 22, 2009
I just started riding this past year at 61 years of age and have extremley fine hair. I use a pillow with a polyester-satin pillowcase to sleep on to keep my hair from breaking. So, I was wondering why couldn't these manufacturers use this polyester-satin as a lining in there womens helmets also. Not only would it keep your hair from breaking it would also keep it looking fairly decent when you took off the helmet.

Shirley
Lipan, TX
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Editor Response
Be sure to check our review of the Style Save Scarf - which is basically a satin lining. It's in this same section.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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