In addition to the full-face and modular helmets interesting are also the motocross helmets which are specially created to meet the needs of the driver and also those that can be found along the asphalt road, are especially used by those who use motocross. These are some of the most recognizable helmets you will see and have a tendency to resemble the headgear of a futuristic space warrior. These helmets are best used by motorcyclists who are literally splitting their time between the trails and the 50/50 road. Features of the cross helmet are the inclusion of a pronounced peak and an expanded face shield. These are extracted from the off-road world and serve to provide motorcyclists with an edge when taking an off-road trail. While the visor works to deflect dirt, stones and other debris while providing shading for the eyes, the extended eyepiece often allows riders to wear a pair of goggles if they wish to help reduce dust and dirt and that can be raised through the opening at the base of the jaw. A true dual sport helmet can cause some distractions. While it works perfectly for its purpose, it is important to consider that the wind can be annoying with this helmet when you drive many motorway kilometers. At the same time, the overall aerodynamics of the outer shell itself isn't as adept at cutting the air as full-face, modular, and even open-face helmets are.