New spoiler for improved aerodynamics for high speed riding>160 km/h; first flip-up ever also a good choice for sports rider. Directionally stable and no drifting- No buffeting
Extremely quiet flip-up helmet thanks to its integrated acoustic collar - 82 dB(A) at 100 km/h on a motorcycle without fairing – Even quieter than C3 (84 dB(A)). Safety technology: the helmet’s reduced noise level means that the driver is more concentrated and alert.
New inner lining with a high quality material mixture made of Coolmax® and microfiber which imparts even more comfort on long term trips. All parts of the inner lining are removable and washable.
New abrasion-proofed materials, higher air outtake due to bigger mesh fabric, bigger reflective tapes
Optimized, 2-way-ventilation provides up to 9 litres of fresh air per second
2 integrated antennas for a higher range (up to 700 metres) and optimized FM-Radio reception. Prepared for the Schuberth Rider Communication System SRC- SystemTM C3Pro - See recommended products section below
Easy to use thanks to the slide on the base of the helmet Can be lowered even further than its predecessor, the C3
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