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Schuberth SR1 Helmet

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Schuberth Helmet Sizing and Buying Guide at RevZilla.com
Schuberth Helmet Sizing and Buying Guide http://www.revzilla.com/schuberth?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=descrip tion&utm_campaign=Schuberth_Helmet_Sizing_and_Buying_Guide Schuberth has a history that can be defined with 3 numbers: 30/60/90. Schuberth was founded 90 years ago in Braunschweig, Germany (they were actually a brewery back in those days). Schuberth has been making head protection and helmets for 60 years. The last 30 years, Schuberth has been using aerodynamic testing and even has their own wind tunnel! Schuberth offers a unique set of features in all of their helmets that include Pinlock ready faceshields and lenses, 360° of reflectivity, the patented Anti-Roll off system, and advanced wind tunnel testing that improves aerodynamics and acoustics. The SR1 is the top of the food chain and is a thoroughbred race helmet purpose built for the track. The S2 offers all the creature comforts found in the C3 Pro in a more sporty, full face chassis. The C3 Pro is the latest generation in modular helmet technology that boasts improved aerodynamics, better fitting shape, an integrated dual-band antenna and is 2 full decibels quieter over the predecessor. The C3 Pro W is the women's-specific helmet that uses a softer lining material that resists makeup and specialized cheek pads that better contour a woman's face. Schuberth has one of the most interesting histories of any helmet manufacturer and pioneered many firsts along the way. For those who seek the über precise German Quality in a helmet, Schuberth is the one.





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Schuberth C3 Pro vs C3 Helmet Comparison at RevZilla.com
Schuberth C3 Pro vs C3 Helmet Comparison http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/schuberth-c3-pro-helmet?utm_source=youtu be.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Schuberth_C3_Pro_vs_C3_Helmet_Co mparison The highly anticipated Schuberth C3 Pro is here at long last, along with a list of new features that rival the Dead Sea Scrolls. The outer shell has been redesigned with a rear spoiler, similar to that found on the S2, using Schuberth S.T.R.O.N.G fiber construction. The C3 was already a quiet helmet, but the C3 Pro has shaved another 2 decibels off the noise level for a total of 82db. The faceshield still comes Pinlock ready, with the Pinlock insert in the box, and has turbulators at the top of the visor that slice through air like a hot knife through butter. The newly designed internal sun visor is now constructed of polycarbonate and now meets the Australian standard AS1067 for clarity. The venting scheme has been improved with a new style chin vent that better clears the faceshield, a top vent that flows more air and more mesh in the neckroll to aid in hot air extraction. The comfort lining has been completely revamped and now boasts a more comfortable fit, especially for those with a more narrow head shape. A Coolmax Thermocool treatment has been added to the lining to help deter bacteria and odor, and keep the lining feeling cool to the touch. A narrow fitting cheekpad option will also be available for those who need more room. There is a new SRC System that will mate to the C3 Pro that uses the 31" internal FM dual-band antenna that snakes around the shell for FM radio and increased communication range. The C3 Pro Woman helmet will be offered in a variety of fashionable colors and a plush interior that feels softer against the face.





CASCO SCHUBERTH SR1 WWW.MOTOSGARRIDO.COM
El nuevo casco Schuberth SR1. - Shell en S. T. R. O. N. G. fibra - Termoestable especial de fibra de vidrio reforzado con la matriz - Tres tamaños de calota. - Aeroacústica y aerodinámica óptima, desarrollado en el túnel de viento - Refuerzo = 0, la dirección de estable, a la deriva, sin turbulencias - El SR1 se puede ajustar con el alerón D-Force en la posición de asiento en particular - La tecnología anti-ruido - con una función de deflector de viento sólo 88dB (A) a 100 kmh - Anti-niebla 2,5 mm clase visor óptico. - Proactivo dinámico sistema de ventilación - Controles en el mentón - y la cabeza variable - Visor de ventilación para reducir el empañamiento - 2 entradas de ventilación de la cabeza (ajustable) - 2 vías barbilla de ventilación para la distribución selectiva de la entrada de aire en el casco - AROS = anti-Roll-Off del sistema evita el contacto accidental en el pecho - Como reflejo de las divisiones proporcionar seguridad adicional - Peso aprox 1285 g - ECE-R 22.05





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