Da Brim Sporty Helmet Visor

Da Brim

Ultamite vizibility and protection. The Sporty is the smaller version of the Da Brim Classic, offering improved performance for faster riders and excellent 360° UPF50+ sun protection. 2¾" front brim contours to 3¾" at rear to provide excellent neck sun protection. The adjustable front visor can be angled so you have a clear forward view while riding in a head down riding position. Tested to combined wind speeds of 35 mph. One size fits most. 4.3 oz. Installation instructions.

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Average rating: based on 22 reviews.

More than a sunshade!


Reviewed By: Derek on 10/28/21

I really love this sunshade and wish I'd bought one years ago! I am on day 9 of using it on the Atlantic Coast route, and can report: -It effectively keeps the direct sun off my neck and face, preventing sunburn and freeing me from applying sunscreen to my face all the time. -It stays on and in place, even in very high winds. There have been strong winds over the causeways, and the visor stayed in place. The wind does tend to catch it like a sail occasionally, but tipping my head into the wind stops that, and I got used to the added weight and movement quickly. -It is waterproof and will keep rain out of your face and off yout neck. I didn't buy it for that purpose, but really appreciated it on the days it's been raining! -It will keep sand out of your face. Riding in the Outer Banks, strong winds were peltimg me with sand. Tipping the brim down kept the sand out of my face, while I could still see the road ahead of me. -It works well with my Sena bluetooth helmet. The brim sits just above the buttons, so I can still get at them. Slightly pulling down the back part of the brim revelas the charging port. -It is extremely visible and a number of non-bikers commented on how visible it is. -Other bicyclists will be jealous! A pair of riders doing a similar ride to mine said they're going to order some and have them shipped to them.

Amazing accessory


Reviewed By: Ernie Gonzalez on 7/1/21

Does an amazing job of keeping my face shielded from the sun. Highly recommend it!

Very useful purchase


Reviewed By: Sue Reinert on 5/23/21

I'm glad to have this, a great way to shade my eyes in the sun. It has been secure in the wind. Also attracts a lot of positive comments and is a good conversation-starter.

Nice quality


Reviewed By: Just us on 3/14/21

My wife got this and it is very nice quality and well made...I am too vain to use one but must admit it is well worth having for touring ,to the point even I am admitting the function may beat out my vanity....on a recent ride I was some distance behind her when she was wearing the florescent yellow version and I must admit it is not as visible as you would assume...it definatly is not bad to have the bright color but I just notice that since brim is so horizontal that its definatly not as visible from a distance as you would assume so get whatever color you want and just get a bright helmet and wear yellow vest...she has no issue using her helmet mirror and the practical purpose of blocking the sun works great..it extends out far enough to totally protect you from all but very low angle sun positions......she uses a regular roadbike helmet and it locked on tight and has stayed put well...the ability to adjust brim up and down via velcro strap helps to adjust it for a more leaned over sportbike ride angle so the brim doesn't block view...I was impressed with the brim quality,it feels tough and strong for what I incorrectly assumed would be floppy foam..its pretty stiff actually and doesnt really flap from what I have seen, tho she said she feels she like the "flying nun" at times and I admit I can see the similarity, but since it does its job so well then who cares...you do need to cut the small white tag off(the typical tag that says 100% nylon/wash instructions) as it will flap and buzz as you ride....overall, for touring I think it is great and I must admit I may end up with one when I accept that protection from sunburn and skin cancer are more important then my vanity...

Function over form


Reviewed By: Hunter on 1/23/21

Who should buy this: People who like to ride their bike comfortably and be easily seen Who should not buy this: If you listen to fashion tips from people who own shoes they can't walk in and think wearing spandex is the height of fashion. I have owned this for 2 years now. I bought it for the sun (which it does block very well) and to have a brim while riding at night to shield car headlights (which it also does well). The set up took some fiddling to make it so the brim wouldn't fly off the helmet, but is now firmly in place and I haven't had any issues . I used a bit of string to tie it to some vents in my helmet in the beginning so that if did fly off, I wouldn't have to stop and turn around in the event that it did. I keep the string on because it is large and sometimes gets caught on stuff while walking around and can pop off (but not while riding). What I was not expecting was how well it blocks the rain from my eyes and how much people notice me while wearing it. Everyone can agree that a rain block would be a welcome feature, but being noticed took some time to get used to. I paired this brim to a florescent yellow helmet, and it is VERY noticeable. Fellow cyclists and pedestrians look at me either with smiles, or I might get a comment from a road biker on my fashion sense (both positive, neutral, and derisive). Drivers can't miss me, as I see their eyes following me -- it is not ordinary looking and it is so bright. Overall, this accessory is a huge win. It is highlight functional and highly visible. And for those who think it looks silly -- it's better to look like an idiot while riding than not be seen!

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