- The article is about snowmobile helmets with heated face shields. - These helmets are designed to keep warm air in and cold air out, preventing fog from obstructing vision. - The heated shields generate heat to prevent fogging. - If one does not find a helmet with a heated face shield they like, they can check out the selection of electric face shields, as some manufacturers offer heated face shields that can be purchased separately. - The helmet is DOT certified (FMVSS218). - It comes with a heated electric shield and cord. - It also includes a retractable tinted sun visor and a single pane clear face shield (already installed). - The helmet has an adjustable open/close locking lower intake vent and upper chimney vents. - It has interior airflow channeling and a rear exhaust vent. - The helmet has a quick release micro ratcheting strap and a removable, washable liner. - It features quick change face shield brackets. - The package includes a cloth storage bag. - The TH129 has a clear optically correct heated electric shield and a larger eye port for a wider field of view. - The washable padded lining uses moisture wicking materials and integrates with the exhaust system. - The helmet comes with a micro ratcheting quick release strap for easy wearing and removal. - The box includes the TH129 helmet, a breath box, a power cord with an RCA style connection, a heated double pane face shield, a single pane clear polycarbonate face shield (already installed), a cloth storage bag, and face shield installation/removal instructions. - If the cord is modified or the helmet is used in a different application, the warranty on the shield and cord will be void. - Free shipping is included for orders delivered within the Continental US.
List: 1. Heated snowmobile helmets with face shields 2. Snowmobile helmets designed to keep warm air in and cold air out 3. Snowmobile helmets with fog-resistant heated face shields 4. Electric face shields for regular helmets (sold separately) 5. Popular among long-distance trail riders 6. Popular among the older crowd 7. Few mountain riders choose heated helmets 8. Heated helmets have a full face shield 9. Mountain riders prefer helmets with openings for goggles 10. Dual-sport heated helmet available for use with goggles 11. Information on compatibility, cost, and specific helmet options 12. Most heated helmets require a plug-in connection to the sled's power 13. Comparable cost to other non-heated helmets ($300 to $400 US dollars) 14. Specific helmet option: 509 Delta R3L Ignite Helmet 15. Features of 509 Delta R3L Ignite Helmet: removable heated face shield, magnetic chin strap buckle, internal tinted sun shield 16. Importance of finding the right helmet size at a local dealer 17. Consider preference, riding style, and frequency when choosing between heated or non-heated helmet 18. Encouragement for readers to share their experiences and preferences in the comments.