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The K-3 is near the top end of the AGV entry level range. GP-tech lines and Valentino Rossi replica helmet graphics make this the ideal helmet for young riders and fans of the racing world. The only full-face thermoplastic model in the AGV range, the K-3 is the perfect choice for riders in search of a safe, high-quality helmet with attractive design at a modest price.The K-3 design is inspired by the latest AGV developments starting from the Stealth, S-4, and Ti-Tech and continuing with the Blade/Blade LX and GP-Tech that have so clearly and distinctive defined the company’s style. This makes the helmets immediately recognizable and distinguished from all the other proposals on the market. In the same way, the differences with the helmet that the K-3 has replaced are equally evident.
Fabrics: Dry-Lex with hygienic treatment
Inside padding: Removable and washable (excluding neckroll)
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Andres S: Matches my girlfriend's JacketNov 29, 2013
Ryan K: I was looking for a solid entry level helmet and I just loved the style and overall rating of this thing.Oct 10, 2013
Philip R: I picked the K-3 for its price and features, like the low weight and replaceable interior padding. I'll have to wait and see how the fit is.
Revzilla has great selection and prices! They're knowledgeable about their products so you can get the lowdown on what you're purchasing almost as well as if you'd visited a local store...and the free shipping and return policy just make it that much better! Awesome!
(thanks to the guy at Rockwell on the Ducati who turned me on to this!)
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Mike A: Friend recommendation, along with quality assurance from company.Sep 20, 2013
James D: The price point was perfect for a new rider and based on reviews it seems like it will protect as well as the rest. Really looking forward to getting on my new bike!Sep 9, 2013
Chad P asked:Does this helmet carry the ECE 2205 certification or is it only DOT-approved?Jan 11, 2014
umbralAeronaut:Nope. The Domain 2 shipped with only a Clear visor (at least for me). Look for Icon's Proshield product line in order to get a different visor color. I ordered a Reflective Gold to go along with my Red helmet and couldn't be happier with the decision.
As reviews have pointed out, one of the only weaknesses of this Icon helmet line is the somewhat tricky shield-changing process. I have faith that this is because the Proshield is engineered first and foremost to stay on in the event of a crash (sorry to go off on tangent, but it seemed related to your question).Nov 28, 2011
Sabato I:this helmet is great for the type of bike you have,I ride aprilia rsv1000 tuono same style of bike,riding strait up or cruch down the wind is no effect and very quiet you will be happy I hope this will helpMar 29, 2015
kristina g asked:hi. i just ordered the icon alliance dark and felt it was a bit heavy for me. would a 3 lb 5 oz helmet make much of a difference to the 3lb 9 oz icon helmet i got? or will i adjust to the weight?
Faisal A:You will get used to the weight of the helmet regardless of its weight. I had icon helmet awhile ago and this agv is really lighter in weight when you carry is but once you wear it they all feel the same to me. I hope that helps Oct 19, 2014
Austin M:Glossy. No major complaints with this helmet. It's done me solid and I wear it most days out of the year rain or shine. Noise is great, but my bike is very quiet so I guess it depends how much noise you're generating. Only thing is the chin guard thingy always slips out. I'm pretty sure you could just take that out though.Jul 22, 2014
A shopper asked:HI GUYS.. I AM LOOKING FOR A GOOD HELMET TO USE WITH MY R1200GS ADV, I AM 6.5", I WANT GOOD VENTILATION ONE ... (I LIVE IN MIAMI), ALSO I AM LOOKING FOR A PRETTY QUIET HELMET TOO... THE BUFFING AT THE TOP OF THE HELMET IS A KNID OF ANNOYING WITH THIS BIKE (I HAVE THE TOURATECH SPOILER...), I TRIED THE AGV GP-TECH AT A LOCAL STORE... I LIKE A LOT THE MATERIAL AND THE FIT, BUT I AM NOT PRETTY SURE IF IT WILL WORK WITH UP-RIDE POSITION OF THE GS...THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!!Oct 10, 2011
Ryan C:You are quite right. Most sport helmets are designed for maximum ventilation during an aggressive riding position on a sport bike, especially the higher end models like the AGV T-2 and GP-Tech, Bell Star, and Shoei X11 and X12. I love my T-2 and GP-Tech. However, when I sit up out of a tuck, I do notice a drastic change in air flow at the same speeds. I would highly suggest getting a helmet designed for a sport touring bike that is setup to vent during an upright riding position. As for noise levels, the T-2 and GP-Tech are somewhat quiet, more so than most sport bike helmets of the same caliber. In comparison with the Bell star it is definitely the quieter lid. However, the Star wins out in the airflow category. If you really want to stick with a sport bike helmet I would highly suggest either the AGV T-2, AGV GP-Tech, or the Bell Star. All of these will have phenomenal air flow and protection capabilities, Not to mention, they are extraordinarily light; my GP-Tech is under 3 lbs.Oct 11, 2011
SpeedTripleFan:I'll try to help you with the AGV GP-Tech since I own one. My bike is a Triumph Speed triple so it's not quite as an upright riding position as yours but, close and I have only a bikini fairing on the bike. First the ventilation is excellent at a 3/4 riding postion. Buffeting at speed is minimal and quite good for head checking. The helmet is reasonably quiet with a generous chin curtain and good cheeck padding. Hope this helps.Dec 23, 2011
Joshua H:Hi I purchased the agv k3 2 years ago to wear riding my supermoto bike which most of the time ur in the upright position and I never had any problems with noise!! I still wear this helmet to his day on my gsxr 1000 and I right up right a lot cruising around and there's no noise on that either!! Good helmet for the money!Apr 30, 2014
A shopper asked:The RF-1100 in medium is pretty snugg and comfortable, while an Arai medium would squish my ears. I would like to know if the AGV K3 has a similar shape compared to the RF-1100. Also what size is similar? Thanks!Aug 30, 2011
Ryan C:The size and fit of the Shoei and AGV shells is almost identical. Both are more of an oval shape. I have tried on several of the Shoei models and find them to fit very similarly to the AGV's that I own; T-2 and GP-Tech. So, in short, if you wear a medium in the RF-1100, than a medium in the K3 will be just fine.
On another note. If you are considering the K3, I would highly suggest you look into the T-2 line. The T-2 is based on the GP-Tech and is one of the best helmets I have ever owned. I would highly suggest reading my review on them. I have provided a link to the T-2 product page below.
SpeedTripleFan:I have both the Shoei RF-1100 and an AGV K3. I wear a small in both. The K3 will "squish your ears" just as an Arai does. Keep in mind the relief that the RF-1100 in the cheek pads where your ears sit in the helmet. That makes the Shoei not pinch or "squish" the ears. The shape of the K3 is similar to the RF-1100. A medium should be your size, however, I would strongly suggest measuring your head if you don't know your size. I know that my head is at 22 inches and this has helped me immensly with choosing the correct fitting size. I wear a small in just about every manufacturer but, I wear a medium in Shark.Aug 31, 2011
chauncerel:I don't know for certain in your exact size, but my wife fit into an RF-1100 XS, but finally purchased an AGV K3 in S. The AGV is definately more narrow in shape vs the Shoei... not quite as long as an Arai.Nov 2, 2011