These have a nice wrap to face. Have a solid feel yet not to heavy considering there is metal on them. Banged them up in the pocket skiing, and they held together like it never happened. I have the matte black/black iridium.
I have ridden in this helmet since its release. Its is a bit larger looking than a D2. Carbon is lighter than the composite, and more impact protection that the D2. The shape is more aerodynamic. Has removable liner washable liner. Has more ventilation than the D2. I have only used it for skiing.
I have been using these helmets for skiing and DH mtbing for many years, the D2 is the original Troy Lee full face. The exterior size fits well with your head size, meaning you don't look like a bobble head. Works well with goggles, yet you can fog easily while standing still. Fit is true to size and has a secure chin strap. If your gonna send it, get one.
It fits well and is easy to take on and off. Have only used for skiing. Make it very tight for best results, some like extensions to get the camera up and more adjustability, but to much and back to bounce cam. Is kind of bulky for storage in pack, but I use small packs.
These fit and feel great. Yet getting them on and off can be a challenge. They are thin. I have been skiing in a sock like this for the last 4 years and its made a big difference on my all day comfort. If you are having feet problems and spend to much time tinkering with getting you boots to feel better this is a great place to start.