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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.
The new N104 EVO is the synthesis of all the innovation that Nolan was able to introduce in the field of modular helmets, starting with the first and original N100 in 1998. Like all the other Nolan helmets, it is 100% made in Italy and represents the sum of all the safety and comfort features that Nolan was able to put into a contemporary design. Model come complete with the MCS (Motorcycle Communication System) Pre-Installed. This kit is designed for the rider whose motorcycle is equipped with a factory installed audio system and wants to listen to the bikes music, talk over the intercom system or CB.
Icon is releasing a new, more race ready helmet and as a nice bonus, the Airframe Pro is being offered in either your choice of carbon fiber or composite shell materials. Compared to the previous Airframe, both versions feature an aggressively sculpted aerodynamic shell, expanded line of sight when in the tucked-in position and a customizable five piece inner liner. And as always, if you want over-the-top style, Icon haven’t toned down their design department.
Now the N-40 MCS comes with a preinstalled headset for your Harley Davidson or Honda Goldwing factory radio. Does not include bike specific connection cord. Must purchase separately Harley Davidson or Honda Goldwing The MCS kit is designed for the rider whose motorcycle is equipped with a factory installed audio system and wants to listen to the bikes music, talk over the intercom system or the CB.
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