The N84 is the new Nolan full-face street helmet characterized by a tough, sporty design and refined details.

The innovative ventilation system is fully recessed into the shell in order to guarantee perfect comfort and stability.

Combined with the rear air extractor and the inner channel, it ensures the best ventilation throughout the inside of the helmet.

The quick-change/tool-free visor mechanism operates only with the visor in the open position to avoid accidental opening while riding.

The N84 is equipped with a weather trim, which runs around the eye port and provides a perfect seal, therefore preventing harmful air or water infiltration.

The helmet is also equipped with a removable and washable comfort padding that is particularly ergonomic and meets the needs of the most demanding rider. The visual look is enhanced by all the colour-matched components.

The new N84 is also characterized by Nolan’s famous, highly valued details: Microlock retention system, Sanitized® treatment for the inner lining, Jet Stream Wing (JSW) ventilation system, Nolan Fog Resistant (NFR) system, Vision Protection System (VPS).


An easy-to-operate slider, with excellent grip, lets you channel the air inside the shell through two deflectors inside the ventilation system.

This system, combined with the channel running throughout the inside of helmet and the extractor recessed in the rear of the shell, ensures optimum cooling without creating harmful local infiltration of cold air.


Characterized by a large surface area flush with the chin guard, the innovative lower ventilation system is controlled by a convenient, easy-to-handle device made of non-slip material, which is located on the bottom of the chin guard, offers gradual 3-position adjustment:

  • Closed;
  • Air directed onto the visor to limit fogging and condensation;
  • Air coming towards the face and onto the visor.


It prevents the visor misting by diverting the breath flow downward.

Available Sizes: XS-XXL

MSRP: $280

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