Themes. Monday , December 18th , 2017 - 06:23:29 AM
Schuberth is known for advanced technology and the S2 Sport Solid helmet doesn’t disappoint. The outer shell of the helmet combines the best aerodynamic shape with consequent protection. A thought through multi-zone foaming of the inner shell provides great impact dampening properties. All of this stands for maximum safety.
Arai doesn’t come out with brand new helmets that often, so when they do you know it’s special. The Corsair-X breaks ground on a couple new designs and chief among them is a new, rounder shell that has been specifically shaped to increase the chance you glance off an impact and not just take the hit directly. Improving energy absorption, this added safety doesn’t increase weight or drag and still performs just like you’d expect any Arai would. Ventilation is quite impressive and each of the six large vents are three position adjustable ensuring you can always dial-in the airflow. The Variable Axis Shield System allows the face shield to be positioned lower on the shell and besides creating a smooth action, the locking latch is low, large and within easy reach. A clear Pinlock insert is standard and just to help that much more in poor conditions, the shield has two adjustable air vents itself. Summed up, the Corsair-X is a helmet that will carry Arai for years to come.
VAS Shield System: Normally the shield mounting position must remain relatively high, because a lower shield pivot will not allow the shield to open or close. The VAS (Variable Axis System) has a variable axis (moving pivot point). This allows shield opening and closing even with the 24mm lower shield mount position, compared to the Corsair V. PB SNC2 Shell: The Corsair X helmet shell is constructed from Super Fiber and other special synthetic fibers developed for F-1 helmet visor panels, assembled and bonded by Arai experts. A specially-developed resin creates stronger bonds between shell materials with less weight.
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