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AGV AX-8 DS EVO Helmet
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Shape: Intermediate Oval

Weight: 3.43 lbs

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AGV AX-8 DS EVO Helmet

The AGV AX-8 DS EVO Helmet has taken one of the most high-end and lightweight dualsport helmets on the market (AX-8 DS) and has made some significant upgrades. Additional technical features like the visor and visor mechanism, a chin air vent that can be opened, and an open-able supplementary vent on the top of the AGV AX-8 EVO guarantees all the performance and comfort of a road model.

The AX-DS EVO features internal padding with increased thickness for improved comfort and greater stability. The shape for the outer shell in the chin area combined with a wider and softer base edge compared to the previous model reduces interference with any back protector used and decreases risks of impact traumas, thanks to its shock-absorber function.


  • SSL (Super Super Light) carbon, Kevlar and fiberglass shell construction
  • IVS (Integrated Ventilation System) funnels air though channels in the outer shell
  • Flat dual face shield in non-scratch, antifog polycarbonate
  • Dry-Lex internal padding with sanitized treatment
  • Removable and washable cheek pads and internal lining
  • Outer aluminum peak screws 
  • 3 shell sizes
  • DOT

AGV Helmet Sizing

Size  Head (cm)
2XS  51-52
XS  53-54
SM  55-56
MD  57-58
LG  59-60
XL  61-62
2XL  63-64
3XL 65-66

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
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AGV AX-8 DS EVO Helmet 4.1 5 95 95
Fantastic product. For the first three weeks, my ears hurt, but on breaking-in into this helmet, its a fantastic helmet. Great looks, Sturdy, no issues with the peak and connector screws, Clear visor. The cut of the visor made it possible for riding in very heavy rains at night, by keeping the visor halfway open, although I compromised the cheek pads getting totally wet. April 19, 2016
Good design, quality helmet I bought this helmet for a longer range riding; for short distance I use open face one. I removed the beak, I installed tinted shield and the helmet looks awesome! The helmet was one size smaller than another AGV I recently bough and I just placed an order for a set of larger lining & pads. I would definitely recommend it, but double check the sizing. April 10, 2016
Ok, but not awesome I had really high hopes for this helmet. Ive had it over a year. In the end, I wish I'd spent more....or way less for a dual sport lid that I use when riding the BMW X-Challenge and KTM 350 DanTMC pretty well nailed it. The huge design flaw that causes the upper seal to scratch the face shield is lame beyond words. Ive had some nice helmets....high end Shark race helmet and an Arai and used the same shield for the life of the helmets in the same dirt riding conditions so its not like I don't take care of my gear. So perhaps I'm spoiled, but its not like this is a cheap helmet. I measured out as a small...and that is what I ordered. It fit, but I had to sew in the pads around the ears pretty hard to have space for my average size ears. Perhaps a Med would have been better, but I wear a small in other brands too. The AGV gave me no forehead hot spots even during some long dual sport tours but I was always happy to take it off at the end of the day. The screws that hold the visor on SUCK. They were alum and pretty much disposable. Wearing it with goggles is great. Yes, Visibility is good...So I assume they took a good dirt helmet, added a visor...but didn't quite test it enough to make it good on the road. February 11, 2016
The helmet is super sexy, but it doesn't deliver when it counts. The helmet was purchased a little over a year ago. The good: It is a super sexy looking helmet, I get stopped by folks all the time asking me questions about the helmet. For light street or fashion use this is a great item. The bad: 1. The peak constantly vibrates and gives the helmet a constant buzzing feeling. 2. The plastic screws that hold the peak in place are very fragile, I have broken many of them removing the peak and replacing it on my travels. 3. The visor fogs up instantly in the pacific northwest rain and it scratches easily. I have to keep it cracked open constantly, which defeats the purpose of having the visor. 4. The chin cover on the underside of the helmet tore with in the first two months. It is cheaply made. For a helmet that looks this amazing, I can't recommend it. February 23, 2016
Good, but not perfect - A long term review I've had this helmet for about two years now, so I've had plenty of time to see how the helmet has performed, the pros and the cons. In general I'm pretty happy with it, but it's definitely not a perfect helmet. Let's start with the bad: - My biggest complaint with the helmet is that the upper water seal that prevents water from coming inside de helmet from the top is too hard and in time ends up scratching the face visors. I have two visors (clear and smoke), and both have a cloudy mass on top of my eyes because of the scratching. It's manageable, but definitely uncomfortable. (I did read that they fixed the problem eventually, no idea if they actually did) -Noise and wind. This helmet is quite noisy at high speeds, and the shape makes the helmet move when you turn your head. This is with the peak off. Peak + high speeds is out of the question, the wind makes it vibrate at a very obnoxious low frequency. When I go touring, my solution is using some good earplugs and go without a peak, then it is ok. -Safety. I've noticed the helmet doesn't cover as much of the lower-back of the head as other helmets. This is a small cause for concern, however I'm not totally certain it does have an impact on the helmet's safety. Fortunately I haven't had a crash with it yet -Fogging. The visors are supposed to have antifogging coating, but with both shields it fell away very fast even with proper washing care... The solution here is slightly open the visors. It takes some getting used to because it has few stops but you get the hang of it. Not all of it is bad though, it has some very good pros: +Weight. This helmet is LIGHT. I mean super light. It's always come out as the lightest in any direct comparison I've done (with plenty of other moto friends). Once it's on, you basically forget it's there +Vision. The faceshield is huge. It has by far the largest field of view I've seen in any helmet (including Schuberth and Nexxt, which pride themselves in having great fields of view). I love that it doesn't only have lateral FOV, but horizontal. It's super comfortable to just flick your eyes down and see the instrument panel without having the helmet blocking you. +Comfort. The lining is super comfortable, soft and easy to wash. The general fit, strap and weight are superb. This and the amazing field of view add to the experience of not feeling the helmet on your head. +Style. I love this helmet's looks, both the physical design and the paint scheme (I have the white, red and black). I love that it's pretty different from most helmets, it's far from boring but it's not the typical super crowded and blegh raceboi designs. +Versatility. The helmet is designed to have the visor popped out and put some goggles on. I haven't ever done this as I have a dedicated enduro helmet, but it's good to have the option. I also like the option of having the peak. In city riding it's nice to have when the sun is going down, and even to just switch its looks. In the end it's a very cool helmet, with very good features, but it's not the best. The price is a little too high for my liking, however if you manage to find it on discount as I did it's a good option. See the cons, and if you can live with them, go for it, it's a great helmet! September 28, 2015
Best All-Around Helmet I've Used This helmet is an excellent option for those who want a helmet that can transition between off-road/dual sport adventure riding and atraight road/street riding. I ride a lil kawasaki klr 250, in which case a leave on the beak, pop out the clear visor throw on a pair of goggles and good to go! I also have a Ducati Hypermotard 1100S that I ride mostly on-road, in which case I pop off the beak and throw the clear wind visor back in. This helmet has 3 large vents on the front top, and a large vent on the mouth all of which are closable, and allow for excellent airflow. I have been very pleased with the styling and performance of this helmet. Although transitioning between the two styles of helmet that this contains in one, could be made easier by going with a tooless design as other manufactures have started doing, I can transition this helmet in less than 5 minutes, with tools that I always have in my pack. Overall very pleased! September 14, 2015
Overpriced for what you get Helmet is long and narrow externally. Headchecks at higher speeds catch the wind. Also not as stable as some. And this is with the peak removed. Under chin seal is fiddly to get in and out. Light, good looking and comfortable. If it cost $250 rather than $399 I'd be happier. September 7, 2015
Great helmet, just not "$400 great" I bought this helmet about two months ago and I've done about 1500 miles in it so far. Also, it's worth mentioning that I ride a naked bike (no windscreen). First off, I'd like to go over the positive aspects of the helmet: It's super light, reasonably quiet (compared to my previous helmet-Scorpion EXO150...which is a very loud helmet) and the volume really drops when riding with the chin curtain in, it has good ventilation, and the width of the eye port...wow. Incredibly large field of vision. If I'm looking forward, I can't see the edges of the eye port out of my peripheral vision. So given the positive features, I'm already happy with the helmet. But now, on to the negative stuff: It whistles...It's not a loud whistle, nor is it really maddening or anything, but it whistles at just about any speed above 45 mph. The chin curtain is poorly put together and the fabric started coming off of the plastic bits that hold it in place by the third or fourth time i used it. There's a serious design/engineering oversight where when you open the visor, the top of it rubs against the eye port gasket and now there are two spots on the top of my visor that are scratched, which is super irritating when riding into the sun. Also, according to AGV's size chart, I wear a size large, and when I got my helmet it was too big. I returned it and got a medium which fits fine. The padding inside the hemet certainly leaves something to be desired, especially if you're coming from an Icon, Scorpion, or Shoei helmet. It's reasonably comfortable on long rides but it will beat your ears up if you don't take the time to make sure they're really tucked into place when putting on the helmet. Also, The helmet is listed as being an intermediate oval shape, but I feel its kind of halfway between intermediate and round oval shapes. All in all, I'm happy with the helmet, but for $400, I shouldn't be scratching my visor just from using it normally. August 26, 2015
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The AGV AX-8 EVO is the successor to the regular AGV AX-8 DS Helmet, and the DS is the dual sport version of their AVG AX-8 Dirt Helmet.  So, we've seen the AX-8 come out, the well adopted within the dirt world. They took it to the next level with the DS where they added the shield. And what I actually have here, the Silver as well as the White are both going to be regular DS's, and I have them out here. This is actually my helmet out here on the right, to compare to the EVO, which I have in the middle.  You're going to see they're very, very similar.

So, the DS took a face shield and some more on-road, off-road, dual sporting ability, and they've added that to the dirt foundation.  What they're doing with the EVO is they're really, they're really refining some of the nuances.  So, I spent a thousand miles in Italy in my AVG AX-8 DS. I have some signatures on it.  I rode with this guy on the Italian Legendary Tour.  And, if you come in tight, you can see what it looks like without the visor; really, I call it Top Gun Style.  It's really just a gnarly looking helmet, but what you're getting around that $400 mark is a very light weight very high end dual sporting helmet.

Now, moving into the EVO, I'm going to move my two helmets that are regular DS's out of the way here.  Moving into the EVO, the first thing I want to hit on besides the fact that it's a high end, really light weight, really functional dual sport helmet is the nuance's, the improvements over the last model which was the regular DS.  Now, on the EVO, we really have three main improvements.  The first one you can't see, and that's going to be the density of the padding on the inside as you get into some of the higher, the higher size range; so a large, extra-large, 2X in this helmet has a slight different fit pattern.  It's still intermediate oval but it's going to be a more consistent and better fit for you guys with big heads.

The second thing I want to note is when I flip it around to the bottom here, I'm going to pull of the chin spoiler, we've changed the way the front peak comes together.  The first thing we've done is we've gone from hard plastic and now, we've moved to a more rubberized piece here that's going to guard against really trauma to your chest and sternum area if you get in a situation where your head goes down and the helmet's going to come into contact with your chest.  It's not something they saw a lot of, but it's just something that they evolved after this helmet being out for a couple years; and so, you know, we want to make it a bit more protective.

The other thing they've done is they've increased the density and the size of the internal guts here right around where your mouth goes, or where this chin vent would be.  So, where this would come into your face in a crash situation, it's going to be a slightly more forgiving area of padding versus the thinner padding that was in the original DS.  The other notable feature here is we've gone to aluminum bolts here for the peak just for durability's sake.  You know, they were plastic bolts that sheared off on the previous DS and they've gone to aluminum.  It adds a nice style touch but again it's they're a little bit more rugged going forward.

If we come back to the helmet, if this is the first time you're seeing it, really, it's going to have all of the other, the same other properties as the original AGV AX-8 DS Helmet.  So, it's dual sport.  It's built off the dirt chassis of the regular AX-8 Helmet.  It's a very light weight helmet shell.  It's very strong.  So, it's DOT and ECE 22.05 rated.  It's going to be carbon fiber Kevlar and fiberglass so you know you're getting that composite shell that's really nice and light weight, but it's using minimal amount of materials because you're using more technical and more specific materials built to manage the energy in this outer shell.

Removable peak, I showed you what that looked like on mine.  The nice part, my favorite things about the helmet, is I noticed, you know, when I spend a lot of time riding in this helmet, I wear it a lot when I'm riding our 12 GS, or again when I was touring with Dainese [SP] on the Italian Legendary Tour, little distortion in the face shield.  It's going to be a UV resistant face shield.  I didn't spend a lot of time changing face shields you know between a clear and a smoke but it is a screw mechanism.  It's not one of the super-fast change modules but again that, that's, I would consider that one of the drawbacks of the helmet.

Ventilation was fine.  I rode in Italy in this helmet.  It's got nice big channels on the inside.  You're looking at four intake vents from the front so you're going to have two brow vents.  You can see if you come in tight opening and close very easily.  A single chimney here right on the top, and as we move down towards the chin you know where you might just have a grill on your dirt helmet, they've gone with a slider up and down that's going to vent to your face, and again we do have a removable, removable breath guard here as well for the cooler times of the year, and also a removable chin spoiler.

If we start to turn it back, you're going to see that nice big rugged shape to it.  It's going to be that dual sport or off-road shape which has the ridge here that's great for putting your goggle strap across.  You can wear goggles with this guy.  And then, you know, hit a dust storm and flip down the shade shield.  But also, as we look at the back here from a venturi perspective, or from a breathability perspective, you're going to have two venturi vents up top as well as two that are built in along the rim here down at the bottom.  What's that going to do is whenever you have a sphere going through the air at high speed create an area of low pressure by the helmet, it's going to help suck out, passively suck out that more moist air that comes in through the front, pull sweat away, pulls that humidity away from your head, and sucks it out the back keeping you cool.

So, as we move into the guts of this DS EVO, we're going to see its similar materials that we've seen in the DS's and the AX-8's of the past.  It's going to be a wicking material, it's anti-microbial from AGV, and cheek pads are easily removable, solid neck roll creates a decent seal.  Again, I've dual sported in this helmet.  I've also spent over a thousand miles on the road on twisties working hard on the bike and I felt it performed reasonably well for my expectations considering I was riding a myriad of different bikes when I was overseas.  And really, you know, I chose a dual sport helmet that was going to be maybe a little bit of an anomaly compared to all the other sport helmets that everybody I was riding with was wearing themselves.

So, here's your cheek pad.  It does have a decent cut away to install a communicator system, but I found that I actually ended up trimming some of the foam, very easily removable on both sides.  So again, if you're sweating, if it's the summertime, pull over at a gas station, rip these bad boys out rinse them under the water.  In about ten minutes, they'll be dried out if you leave them out in the sunlight, and you'll be good to go, easy way to keep yourself cool in the warmer times of the year.  And, it's going to be four snaps to pull out the entire comfort liner, which we'll see encapsulates the head.

There you go, so we have nice big mesh panels that are going to allow the channels to do their job as air enters the helmet and then, circulates towards the back; and notice they've done an okay job of keeping the stitching away from areas that might create a seam.  I would love to see them move some of the snap tabs a little bit further away from pressure points moving forward, that would be one of my critiques of the helmet liner itself.  And if we look at the inside, you're going to see nice big channels, you know, 10 mm vent holes, both forward and aft where vent would, where the air is going to come in and hit your scalp and allow itself to get sucked through those venturi vents in the back and pull it out of the helmet.

The last thing, I did give it, I'm going to give it good marks from a personal opinion standpoint.  I did, I did mention I've ridden in a lot.  I also want to note that you know while I did trim the cheek pads a bit, I did have a good experience.  Notice I have an SMH-10 from Sena here as my comm system installed on my personal helmet, but I did feel that it was very easy to install the comm, it interfaced well.  You know, sometimes, when you get into the dual sport realm of helmets, it's a bit of a different shaped helmet so you might have different, or varying lengths of booms.  With the Sena, it worked really well.  Three of us used this in Italy.  It was a nice touch, and it actually, you know, you can see where this guy's mounted.  It didn't add a ton of turbulence to the helmet so I was, I was pretty happy with it.  You know I also managed to get Agostini, Lucchinelli, and Simoncelli to sign this guy.