The Scorpion Exo-1400 Air Helmet is coming composed of Scorpion’s TCT fiberglass composite in a total of 3 outer shell sizes, which is already great to see, and it is also available as a carbon fiber helmet. The shell size distribution means that the first size covers XS – M, the next is L, and the last is XL – XXL.
The helmet fastens with a double D-ring chin strap and uses an intermediate oval head fit. For safety, it has been SHARP tested, and it earned 4/5 stars, which is a solid score.
For weight as well, the Scorpion full-face helmet does very well since it comes in at about 1450 grams, or 3lbs and 3 oz, which is excellent and the carbon version does even better comes in at 1280 grams, or 2lbs and 13oz, which is a little over 100 grams lighter, which is really great. So, compared to the competition, we’re looking at a helmet that comes in lighter than the Nolan N87 Plus and the Shark Skwal 2.2 by quite a bit.
And it even beats some premium competition such as with the Shoei GT Air 2 being 30 grams heavier and the Bell Star DLX MIPS being 70 grams heavier.
So, some interesting results already, but we’ll have to manage our hopes until we see how it performs on the road.
The Scorpion EXO 1400 Air brings riders an excellent sport-touring option that delivers excellent features and performance at an even better price. With its unique Airfit system, it also offers even better value thanks to its greater range of custom fitment options.
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