Helmet: Scorpion EXO XT9000

Photo By: Scorpion EXO

The ScorpionEXO XT9000 Carbon is one of the lightest ADV helmets in the industry. Made of a handcrafted carbon fiber shell, the balanced geometry, and aerodynamic peak visor combine to reduce weight, lift, and drag to where you won’t even know it’s there. 

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On the outside, the 190 degree eye port and Pinlock MaxVision shield create a massive, distortion-free field of vision. Holding this securely in place is a tool-less shield release system that was specifically engineered to minimize the overall width of the helmet. Reducing overall profile and weight even more. 

Photo by Scorpion EXO

On the inside, the precision sculpted EPS impact liner, soft and cool to the touch, Kwikwick 3 comfort liner, and customizable AirFit cheek pad system combine to create a comfortable, custom tailored fit. ScorpionEXO’s Venturi-Flow ventilation pulls heat and humidity up and out two exhaust ports to keep fresh, cool air circulating throughout the helmet. The XT9000 boasts some serious versatility. Remove the peak-visor for a more sleek street profile, flip up the shield, or remove it altogether, and strap on your favorite goggles when you hit the dirt.

MSRP: $499.95

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