In 2015 my last Orange Shoei was aged out. And I decided to try the GTair in white. It was my first helmet with an internal sun visor. I had worn them before on video shoot but never owned one until that point so I kind of understood how good they could be but didn’t get to try them in every situation. Now I have, they are not perfect but they solve some major issues. For me riding in tree lined canyon roads where there’s a lot of light and dark sections, the visor is quick to lower and raise. And when riding into a raising or setting sun you can wear sunglasses and have that extra level of lower light transmission. but and these come with a big but. They are fiddle They are hard to clean and somehow are prone to a higher level of static, so if you ride in dusty conditions they get dusty quick when in the closed position. The helmets that have them are not snell rated. The visors bump into my nose when fully deployed but if I move them up enough to not hit me nose I have to look through the bottom edge sometimes. There’s an extra level that fogs up when it’s cold and sunny. those things didn’t keep me away from getting a Shoei Duotec as a second helmet. And I suspect my next helmet will have an integrated sun visor.