Is Sedici any good?
Is Sedici any good?
Overall/Summary. Sedici Strada IIs are well liked helmets. Whether it’s the carbon fiber or fiberglass you go for, they’re great all rounders that represent excellent value for money. And they do everything pretty well – not amazingly well but pretty well.
Who manufactures Sedici helmet?
Sedici translates to “16” from Italian and Strada means “street”, so at least it’s a real word. Sedici has been a CycleGear house brand from the beginning and with the recent acquisition by Comoto Holdings that means now it’s owned by Comoto/Revzilla.
What brand is Sedici?
Sedici is Cycle Gear’s exclusive new Italian-inspired line of protective wear.
Is Sedici Snell approved?
Adjustable fitting with removable 5mm layer. Quick release cheek pads. Snell and DOT approved.
Is Sedici a Cycle Gear brand?
Yes, Sedici and Bilt are the Cycle Gear house brands. They’re less expensive, and sometimes the quality is a little less than the more expensive brands.
Do Sedici helmets have warranty?
Apparently starting in May, the Sedici warranty will change from lifetime to 2 year and the Bilt stuff will change from 5 year to 1 year warranty.
Is sedici a good jacket brand?
The Sedici Garda Jacket includes CE Level 2 armor, good ventilation, and is ready for a hydration pack. Although the vents allowed some water to pass through in heavy rain, the jacket is still a good value for the price.
What is Snell approved?
A Snell certification is considered the gold standard for helmet testing and is recognized by every major racing body. All drivers at SCDA events are required to wear a helmet with a Snell rating of SA2010 or newer.
What is better ECE or Snell?
Snell certification involves more rigorous and more extensive testing which would suggest it is the better motorcycle helmet standard. ECE certification is the most up-to-date current standard and it is recognized in most countries.