LS2 Motorcycle Helmet Reviews
LS2 are a Chinese motorcycle crash helmet manufacturer. They're relatively new to the helmet business - making their first lid in 1990 - and initially created unbranded helmets for other helmet distributors to brand as their own. But in 2007 they started to make their own branded motorcycle helmets - called LS2 and named after their founder, Arthur Liao, LS standing for Liao's System. These days LS2 are headquartered in Spain and produce well over 1,000,000 motorcycle helmets a year in their China factory, selling their helmets globally - including to North America, Europe and Australasia. You'll find all our LS2 crash helmet reviews on this page.
Latest LS2 Helmet Reviews & Previews
In this first LS2 section, you'll find all the LS2 helmets we've ever looked at - whatever the type of helmet or price - shown in date order with the most recently reviewed first. LS2 make a huge number of helmet models, so either scroll down the page to find more in the sections covering different types of LS2 helmets, or click 'load more' below and the new models will keep on coming!
Modular/Flip-up LS2 Helmets
LS2 modular helmets tend to be lower priced (like the rest of the LS2 helmet range) but they do offer quite a few features for the money including flip-over chin bars, Pinlock and sun visors. If you're in the market for a modular, you ought to check out one of these LS2s.
Full Face LS2 Helmets
LS2 make full face helmets in a range of materials, with their lower-priced helmets made from thermoplastics such as polycarbonate and their higher-end helmets made from more advanced composites and carbon fibre. You'll find our LS2 full face helmets below, including commuter, all-rounders, touring and sportsbike helmets.
Adventure, Dual Sport and Motocross LS2 Helmets
Where we've reviewed an LS2 adventure, dual sport or dirt helmet, we'll include it in the section below.
LS2 Helmets for the Track or your Sportsbike
You might not really think about LS2 as a maker of top-level sportsbike and racing helmets, but they've a decent pedigree with the likes of Michael Rinaldi and Randy De Puniet both wearing LS2s and providing feedback for helmet development. So, if you're after a new sportsbike or track helmet, take a look at the LS2s below.
Budget Priced and Cheaper LS2 Helmets
LS2 helmets tend to have lower prices than many helmet brands anyway. But the LS2 helmets below are at the budget end of even LS2s price range, with many available for under 100 notes. So, take a look at some of these helmets as there's some serious value for money to be had.