- Blade Visor
- Channeled Ventilation
- Fusion In-Mold Microshell
- Integrated Flip Mirror Mount
- Integrated Rain Gutters
- Strap to Accommodate Rear Flasher
- Twin Axis Gear (TAG)
Blade Plus Visor
Bell's Blade Plus visor lights up the ride by adding an integrated perch for mounting the Blackburn Front Flea light.
TAG Fit System
Now on the Muni! Bell’s next-generation Twin Axis Gear™ (TAG) fit system adjusts to the head on two axes—circumferentially as standard fit systems do, but also horizontally to better accommodate differences in the up/down position of the occipital lobe.
Rear Flasher Strap
A rear strap on the Muni allows the addition of a rear flasher--we suggest the ultra minimalist Blackburn Flea 2.0 Rear.
I've had this helmet since March 2012. Overall it is one of my favorite helmets ever. Ventilation is good, weight acceptable, being able to mount and always have on hand small high quality lights has saved me a couple times. The visor is just large enough to block unwanted headlights, and a mirror mounts to it nicely using a zip tie. The original elastic retention system was clunky, not handy when the weather turns cooler, and can make an annoying druming noise on bumpy roads or trails. If the new system does away with that problem alone, then yippee!
I got the high Vis green to be more visible on daily commutes. The hi vis faded badly (in the intense Vermont sun) within 3 months, a year and a half in it is the color of the old glow on the dark plastic (light greenish). The reflectivity of the original tape was very poor, I've applied more and higher reflectivity tape. The interior sweat pads are just now wearing out (I usually wear a wicking headband or skull cap). I usually average about 700 to 1000 hours a year in the helmet. Oh, almost forgot, 'cause I never have to think about it - the strap and buckle is awesome.
When my wife bought this helmet, I was impressed at first, because of its high-visibility color and stripes of reflective material. After riding with her at night, however, I realized that the gray matte material is not reflective at all - it's just gray. Why did Bell put on that paint that looks reflective, but isn't? It's not for looks - it's just a flat battleship gray.