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This is your workhorse helmet; the GM38 is reasonably light, has adjustable chin and brow vents and a quick changing face shield. The interior is moisture wicking and removable for cleaning and if you want to add a communicator, GMax has made it easy with built-in ear pockets. And the best part? Yep, that would be the price. No shame in saving your hard earned money.
The Anti-Roll-Off-System (A.R.O.S.) is specially developed by Schuberth. It ensures that the helmet cannot twist off the head towards the back when the chin strap is closed and adjusted properly. This reduces injuries of the chest - in case of an accident. The double D-lock makes the adjustment of the chin strap easy and precise and reliably stays in place. Due to its simplicity, reliability and safety, the double D-lock is the lock used and stipulated in racing. The S2 Sport comes as standard with this lock. For any style of street bike rider, the Schuberth S2 Sport Solid occupies the upper echelon of helmets.
Premium Scorpion craftsmanship at a price that is still lower than the competition. Answering the call for a MotoGP caliber helmet, Scorpion created the EXO-R2000 as an entirely new design that compromises nothing whether at the track or on the street. Using Scorpion’s own special composite blend, a shell was formed that stays light and strong while its 4 shell sizes ensure a perfect fit. A channeled EPS liner combines with the AirFit® Liner Inflation System to create an interior that stays comfortable and flows plenty of air. From the dual density foam to the sleek and symmetrical face shield and the titanium d-ring, the Scorpion EXO-R2000 helmet has the detailing to be the envy of motorcyclists everywhere.
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