GERMANY: German helmet manufacturer Schuberth makes some of the market’s safest, quietest, and most comfortable helmets.
The Schuberth brand is known for its round-shaped helmets emphasizing aerodynamic efficiency, which is a big reason why their lids are so quiet.
Due to these reasons, the Schuberth helmets are popular with the touring and sport-touring crowd.
The newest helmet from Schuberth, the S3, came out with many features. Schuberth’s first full-face touring helmet, the S3, was designed to replace the S2 and meets the new ECE 22.06 safety standard.
The Schuberth helmet’s shell structure, made of fibreglass, is reinforced with carbon fibre. The brand guarantees improved shock absorption while maintaining a lightweight design.
The German brand’s exclusive SRS (Schuberth Rescue System) provides additional security. By simply pulling on the emergency release tabs on the cheek pads, SRS makes it simple for rescue workers to remove the cheek pads in the event of an accident.
Rescue workers can safely remove the helmet without injuring the neck without moving the patient’s head. Last but not least, a micrometric buckle with quick release secures the helmet.
Schuberth helmets have a solid reputation for being quiet and comfortable, offering the highest level of safety in the industry.
EPS geometry, ample ventilation, acoustic performance, and the materials’ quality are the four main components that ensure maximum silence and comfort, and the new S3 is no exception.
The Schuberth S3 can also be made to fit exactly how you want it to, giving you, even more safety and comfort.
In addition to being a premium helmet in terms of safety and comfort, the Schuberth S3 features a Mesh 2.0 intercom that makes it simple to pair with your riding group.
Anticipated to be released for purchase in early 2023, the new S3 is available in sizes ranging from XS to 3XL. For the plain colours, Schuberth is asking €549. Realistic choices will retail for a more premium €649.