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Schuberth C3 Helmet Glossy Black / 3XL (64-65) [Blemished]
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Schuberth C3 Helmet

The Schuberth C3 is the helmet of choice for the ultimate sporting adventure. Thanks to its compact dimensions, this new premium flip-up helmet from Schuberth has no serious rivals on the market. With its unique synthesis of sportiness and comfort, its previously unheard-of noise level of <= 84 dB(A) at 65 mph sets new benchmarks for the industry as a whole.

The helmet is made of S.T.R.O.N.G fibre, a special glass-fibre reinforced Duroplast matrix and is available in two helmet shell sizes

High Performance Aerodynamics

The C3 is the new generation of flip-up helmets. It stands out from the crowd at all times through its advanced aerodynamics and agreeable riding characteristics. The integrated features make it ahead of its time.

C3 - New generation flip-up technology from the SCHUBERTH wind tunnel makes your next touring journey a sheer riding pleasure.

  • Aerodynamic shape
  • Directionally stable
  • No oscillatory tendency
  • No buffeting

Aeroacoustics of the Schuberth C3 Helmet

All SCHUBERTH motorcycle and racing helmets are developed and optimized under scientific conditions in the SCHUBERTH wind tunnel.

Owing to its outstanding aeroacoustic characteristics, the Schuberth C3 is the ideal helmet for your touring journeys.

  • Extremely quiet (due to integrated acoustic collar and anti-noise pad)
  • < = 84 dB(A) at 100 km per hour (with closed machines)
  • Safety principle: the reduced noise level assists the rider's concentration and attentiveness

Pinlock® Visor

  • Guaranteed condensation-free thanks to its double glazing technology
  • Selectable city position 

Ventilation system

  • The C3 has an innovative ventilation system to keep your head cool and comfortable

A.R.O.S (Anti-Roll-Off-System)

The Anti-Roll-Off-System especially developed by SCHUBERTH is provided as a safety feature in every SCHUBERTH motorcycle helmet. It ensures that provided the chinstrap is closed and correctly adjusted:

  • the helmet cannot pivot off the head from behind
  • the risk of contact between the chin section of the helmet and the chin or neck of the rider is minimized due to small angle of tilt
  • the consequences of the helmet coming into contact with the chest as the result of an accident are reduced.
  • the helmet is fastened by a micro-lock ratchet lock

Outer shell

  • The outer shell of the Schuberth C3 Helmet combines an aerodynamically optimal shape suitable for racing with excellent protection.
  • Material: S.T.R.O.N.G.-Fibre
  • New helmet shell technology from SCHUBERTH permits low weight
  • Glass fibre with a special resin added is compressed in a vacuum at a pressure of 6 bar to form a helmet shell which is exceptionally sturdy.

Inner Lining

  • The innovative interior lining of the C3 is outstanding due to its excellent fit and the optimized ventilation system.
  • COOLMAX® pad system, removable and washable
  • Optimized fit thanks to MaxFit concept fitting
  • Skin friendly, warm and breathable Techskin material
  • Variable pad system ensures effective ventilation (see ventilation summer/winter)
  • Allergen-free
  • Antibacterial
  • Hand washable at 30 °C
  • Removable cheek pads

Chin guard

The C3 is characterized by its strong and distortion-free chin guard. The extremely robust chin guard locking system resists very high drag loads.

Other Features

  • Sun Visor is tinted with anti-fog coating
  • SRC-System (Schuberth-Rider-Communication-System) option available
  • US DOT and ECE 22.05 certified
  • Weight: 1,570g including sun visor and acoustic collar (may vary depending on shell size)
  • Made in Germany

Schuberth Helmet Sizing

Size Head (cm)
2XS 50-51
XS 52-53
SM 54-55
MD 56-57
LG 58-59
XL 60-61
2XL 62-63
3XL 64-65

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.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Glossy Black / 3XL (64-65) 948090 4347019360 Out of Stock

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So far, so good.
I bought this helmet because it was on sale. I went to the only store in my state that sells these so I could see them in person to see if they fit me and what the quality of materials was like. I have owned Shoei and Arai helmets in the past and the Schuberth is nicer than both on the inside. I can't comment about the exterior yet but it looks as nice as either brand. This is my first modular helmet and the reason I went the modular route was because I wear glasses and because I wanted the quietest helmet possible. So far, this is proving to be a good decision. The quick ratchet closure of the neck strap is AWESOME. Every helmet should have this. This is the fastest on/off and most drama-free 'real helmet' I have. I say real helmet, because I also have old vintage 3/4 helmets and a Davida cafe helmet. I've always hated wearing a full face, but this will hopefully change my habits. I suppose anyone reading this wants to know what's NOT to like about the helmet. 1) I find it to be a quiet helmet, but it's not that much quieter than the Shoei RF or an Arai Quantum that I have owned in the past. So you may not be blown away by 'quietness' when you buy this helmet. I ride standard bikes with no wind shields. I sit upright on them. This will change your own experience with wind noise based on how much more you lean over or if you have wind protection. 2) The sun shield thingy doesn't pop down low enough for my taste. You kind of still see the ground in full brightness which screws with my vision compared to wearing sunglasses (which is what I used to do with other helmets.) 3) The visor is a two-handed affair to close it all the way. You can only close it down fully when you're at a stop. 4) The helmet locking system for the front part is a two-handed affair to get it locked before you take off. You have to hold the back of the helmet with one hand and push the front down to lock it with the other hand. 5) Ventilation might leave you underwhelmed. It's cold here so I can't say much about this yet. But so far when I open both vents, I don't feel a lot happening. 6) The 'Mark of Schuberth' is a real thing. I have a red V shaped mark on my forehead as I'm typing this. The helmet doesn't hurt me, but I have a mostly round head. If you like the oval of a Shoei, you might be SOL on this helmet shape because you'll get a headache. Otherwise, all of the good stuff you've read is true. One thing I like about this helmet over my Shoei and Arai is the way the cheek pads are set up. It isn't smashing my cheeks like the Shoei. I'd end up chewing the inside of my cheeks on a long ride when hitting bumps and stuff, to the point I bled in my mouth when I was wearing my Shoei. And the Shuberth has more wrap-around protection than my Arai. I always felt like my Quantum didn't protect my cheeks enough if I ever ended up going face first into an object. The Schuberth feels more secure and the helmet isn't allowed to blow in the wind as much. I feel like I could still talk to myself and not chew up the insides of my cheeks. So if you're a moto-vlogger this seems like as good of option as any that I've used if you need to be talking while riding. That's about it. I'm still getting used to wearing it. I'll report back if something changes my opinion.
May 12, 2015
Ride:
2015 Ducati Scrambler Icon
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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All around winner
This helmet has several features I was looking for, specifically light weight, greater visibility and less noise, and the price seemed reasonable compared to other top brands.<br><br>Things I like:<br>The size of the helmet itself is as compact as possible. They use different shell sizes to accomplish this and its nice to not look like a bobble-head doll.<br>The light weight is surprising; feels much lighter then my last helmet. No fatigue in the neck at all.<br>Ventilation is outstanding! With the vents open I can really feel the cold air across my head and up across the inside of the visor. The venting alone makes me glad I bought this helmet.<br>Visibility is better than what I'm used too, and the added sun visor makes a big difference if you are used to wearing sunglasses as there is no frame to restrict your field of view.<br>The strap clasp is very easy to use, with simple clasping and quick release. Much better that the standard double-D ring type strap closure.<br>Removable lining and padding is nice to see, and should be a standard feature in a helmet at this price point.<br><br>Things I don't like:<br>In order to take the most advantage of the modular feature to reduce DBs and make the helmet as small as possible, the neck skirt and lining around the neck opening feels very restrictive and annoying. I realize this is something I will probably get used to, but there it is.<br>The protective strip of material that runs under the strap, while appreciated, needs some kind of keeper to prevent it from slipping out from under the strap itself. Maybe some Velcro.<br>The anti-fog coating on the sun visor is a pain to maintain. You have to remove the visor and wash it with soap and water every week or so otherwise it turns blurry. It doesn't fog; but still a pain.<br><br>General remarks:<br>This helmet is marketed as being the quietest on the market. While it is definitely quieter than my last helmet as I can hear more engine/road sounds now, it's nothing tremendously dramatic. I wouldn't expect to be blown away by the lack of wind noise, so be careful of that being your primary reason to spend the $$$ for this. The visor position detents could also be a bit stronger; as they are, I cannot crack the visor without the wind blowing it shut at 40MPH or so.<br>For perspective, this helmet is replacing my Arai Vector which I am using as a benchmark.
July 13, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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There is nothing better!
That is what I thought about all of the "top of the line" helmets I've owned over the years. This new C3 is nothing short of amazing, once you get the right fit. I had to send the 1st one back (NO problems with RevZilla) and move up a size because I could not close the chin bar. This helmet is 100% quality inside and out. The Silver finish is beautiful. The liners are pure luxury. Back in the 80's I owned a BMW System I Helmet<br>(by Schuberth). What a mess that was. Those Schuberth engineers have really done their homework since the System I.<br>If you're looking for a modular helmet, Schuberth is the one, and RevZilla is the place. How much is your head worth, anyway?
July 22, 2013
Ride:
1988 Ducati 750
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Most comfortable helmet I have ever wrapped around my head
Fantastic helmet, and at the reduced price, even better! As advertised, this helmet is quiet, the fit is uber comfortable, the features are top notch. Upgraded from my old HJC (which has been an acceptable helmet also), and the difference is quite noticeable. Installed my SENA Bluetooth onto the C3 with relative ease; the initial incoming phone calls were quite deafening; had to crank the volume down considerably! Overall, love the C3, shipping was quick (as usual from RevZilla); also ordered the additional light smoke visor, which I highly recommend.
May 18, 2015
Ride:
2005 BMW R1150R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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RIDE TO PHOENIX IN THE SUMMER FROM SAN FRANCISCO
I purchased this helmet just prior to my ride to AZ from SF. It was 110 on the way there and needless to day I was sweating heavily in my Road-crafter suit and staying well protected from the sun. I must say that my head NEVER got hot. (My helmet is white) and the air flow was the best I have ever used in my 30+years of riding. The comfort was great and the most amazing part what when I turned to check traffic the helmet didn't budge even though it felt loose compared to my Aria. It never moved. It was snug without clamping my head. Even the cushioning was not that wet from sweat from that extreme heat and drinking 1.5 gallons of water on the ride, I was still dehydrated at the end.<br>Yesterday I took a ride through Santa cruz mountains and the adjustable dark field visor was killer going between the shaded and light sections. How did I ever live without this before??? My ONLY complaint about this helmet and I do mean only, is that there is no way for me to secure it to my bike with my helmet lock. No D ring.. so I ended up carrying it with me into the movie theater last night. Other than than. it was awesome. Give me a securing ring and this helmet would be 100% perfect for me. Thanks guys...
July 4, 2011
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5 / 5
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German engineering at it's finest
I have a tendency to rate all my helmet purchases 4 or 5 stars because I do a ton of homework and research in advance and actually go to a dealership to try on the lid before I order it from Revzilla so fit is never a surprise.<br><br>But this helmet is one of those items that when you open the box and pull it out you marvel at it's beauty. I bought the C3 and not the Pro because quite frankly I didn't see enough of a reason to spend the extra cash. I know the list of upgrades were significant, but the sum of the items didn't bring enough value to justify the premium, especially considering I got this helmet for $329.<br><br>As a point of reference, I have a Shoei RF1200 and an Arai Vector 2 so I'm used to expensive and high quality helmets and this Schuberth holds its own against them.<br><br>When you read this if you have not watched all of Anthony's reviews on the C3 line, you really should watch them because he shows this helmet right next to a Shoei modular helmet to demonstrate just how compact and small this helmet is. This is a VERY important feature I look for when buying a helmet because I strongly dislike a fishbowl effect, and the fatigue from a large helmet is a deal breaker for me. Not only is this helmet is size Medium more compact than my Arai Vector 2 in size Small, but it's even more compact than my Shoei RF1200 in size small. It literally is most compact helmet I own, and it's modular!<br><br>Pro's:<br>Stunning quality<br>Extremely compact (best on the market)<br>Very quite<br>Plush interior<br>Neutral shape<br>Excellent finish<br>Good ventilation<br>Love the latch on the strap vs the old school D-ring<br>(not sure why people complain about the strap hitting their adams apple? My neck is 17 inches and it doesn't bother me one bit)<br>Side field of view is outstanding<br>I can get extra dark tint on the shield by ordering a dark smoke tint visor (with pin lock) for really sunny days in Arizona and drop down the internal visor.<br>Most importantly: Lowest level of wind buffeting of any helmet I have ever used! Side checks at high speeds and the helmet does not move. It's awesome.<br><br>Now the Cons:<br><br>The helmet requires two hands and some work to get it to engage when closing down the face. It will click, but it might take you a try or two. This only happens when you put it on which is odd. When it's not on, it closes perfectly.<br><br>The latch closure I love so much has a comfort sleeve underneath it that gets out of alignment and needs to be positioned properly before latching the strap.<br><br>When I pull the face down, the chin curtain is enormous and gets caught on your chin. This is a necessary evil to get the quietness this helmet delivers, but you might need to grab the chin curtain and pull it over your chin slowly.<br><br>I wear all my helmets "race fit" (very tight) and I wear a small in Arai and Shoei and wear a medium in Schuberth (which is actually fine because in Schuberth XS-Lg all get the same TINY shell. But once you go to size XL, this tiny Schuberth becomes much larger in appearance. Keep this in mind, all bets are off on this being such a compact lid if you are going to the XL size (therefore getting the larger shell).<br><br>In short, if I am running my bike hard in the canyons I will still take my Arai which is louder but better in the tuck position than the Schuberth. But, for ALL other occasions I can't think of a reason I would use anything other than this C3 Schuberth. It's that good of a helmet and to score this for the price I got it for on Black Friday was the best Christmas present I could give myself.<br><br>One tip, you can tell by Anthony's excitement and number of endorsements he gives this helmet that it's a safe bet if your budget and skull shape permit. The owner of Revzilla has a C3. It's the end of the line in helmet shopping if your head shape fits, but if you wear an Arai Profile than this is not going to work.<br><br>I doubt I will stray from Schuberth going forward, these German engineers and their fancy wind tunnel at the factory take this very serious and you can tell.
December 5, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
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2014 Ducati Streetfighter 848
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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Super quiet
I'd never owned a Shuberth helmet before. I love my Shoei helmet but they can sometimes be a bit heavy. My new Shuberth is light and yet feels solid and sturdy. The modular mechanism is all stainless and operates easily with one hand. This is without doubt the quietest helmet I have ever owned. They're pricy, but you get what you pay for.
April 20, 2015
Ride:
2006 Honda CB600F 599
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Don't Hesitate!
I'll be honest...I've wanted a Schuberth for ages, but seven hundred bucks....for a helmet?? After much thought and deliberation, looking at all the helmets in my garage that were "almost awesome" I decided to take the plunge. I wasn't about to drop that kind of money on a helmet I'd never tried on unless I was sure I could return it with no issues...Revzilla won that search hands down, so I pulled the trigger. Ordered Wed night, helmet arrived on my doorstep Friday. Opened it up, took it out of the box and thought to myself, "It's nice...but is it really $700 nice?" After playing with the visor, chin bar, chin strap etc, there was no doubt the quality was top notch but then....I tried it on. Without question, the most comfortable helmet I've worn...ever, in 30 years of motorcycling. Right out of the box, the fit is perfect! Now, to be fair, I'm British/European so I have the "Euro-Round" head shape that this helmet fits so well due to it's German design, but I have no doubt that provided you carefully follow the sizing chart you'll find it unbelievably comfortable.<br><br>Is it cheap? No. but here's the bottom line. You get what you pay for. Last summer I rode from Maryland to California via a northern route, down the Pacific Coast Highway to southern California then back to MD via Route 66. Three weeks, just shy of 8000 miles and what I very quickly learned was that the quality (translates to expensive) gear I took performed as it should have, gear that I thought I could "economize" on..did not. Lesson learned..my only regret is not having this helmet for that trip.<br><br>My point? The Schuberth is quality. Fit, finish design, everything. If you're on the fence about spending this kind of money on a helmet..do it....you won't regret it and if you buy from Revzilla..you have nothing to lose since they'll take it back!<br>I only have three rcommendations.<br>1. Measure your head.<br>2. Measure you head again..carefully.<br>3. Measure you head a third time...even more carefully.<br><br>This isn't your average "off the peg" lid, it's very specifically designed to fit to exact measurements. Listen to the guy in the video review and you can't go wrong!
March 16, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
nice product at a great price
great helmet even better dealer! love the website and the knowledge
April 14, 2015
Ride:
2006 Harley Davidson Road King Classic FLHRC/I
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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expensive
ALL the best helmets are expensive. schuberth is the best of the best. i've been riding since 1969.
May 16, 2011
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I wanted to try a modular helmet, and this has been rated as one of the top ones. It was on a super sale, so I jumped on it. I fits my round shaped head well, and I'm surprised how well it deals with noise. I have ended up using it more than my usual Arai, because it is so convenient. It feels like it is made with very high quality components. I'm very happy with it so far.
juaniux on Jun 16, 2016
awesome helmet
john A on May 21, 2016
I wanted to try a modular helmet, and this has been rated as one of the top ones. It was on a super sale, so I jumped on it. I fits my round shaped head well, and I'm surprised how well it deals with noise. I have ended up using it more than my usual Arai, because it is so convenient. It feels like it is made with very high quality components. I'm very happy with it so far.
juaniux on Jun 16, 2016
I chose the C3 because it was the quietest of all the helmets.
Steven C on May 21, 2016
awesome helmet
john A on May 21, 2016
I chose this helmet because it was reported to be very quiet. Two things I immediately noticed in comparison with my 3/4 previous helmet. Under 65 miles an hour, it did seem quieter. At interstate speeds, the wind noise is still loud. Also, the streamlining of the helmet is something to adapt to - at highway speeds, its best not to turn your head to the side.
James C on Apr 22, 2016
Few options for round oval sizing left on market.
C R on Apr 5, 2016
Very quiet helmet, which I needed with my loud exhaust. Excellent aerodynamics as well.
Jack A on Apr 4, 2016
I've been looking a while ,great price and my girl got My old one.
M B on Apr 4, 2016
Quiet helmet, modular!
Howard C on Mar 31, 2016
Need to ask? It's one of the best and quietest helmets out there. Somewhat warm in the summer, but still a 4-season helmet.
Jeroen B on Mar 24, 2016
It is a Schuberth and it must be cool because Neil Peart wears one. I am 51 not 15 but it is hard to tell from that last statement.
Robynn R on Mar 23, 2016
best modular helmet your money can buy
suchit p on Mar 17, 2016
Recommendation from a friend and I needed a new helmet.
Larry R on Mar 17, 2016
great air flow .....straps takes some time to get use to
MARK L on Mar 15, 2016
Great videos for info. I like Revzilla
Lavon S on Mar 11, 2016
its the best
Charles M on Mar 10, 2016
features (modular) and reviews/brand
Maademperor on Mar 8, 2016
Price and quality.
Jim H on Mar 8, 2016
good reviews
J E on Mar 7, 2016
Quietest helmet I own.
Blane Z on Mar 6, 2016
I wanted a flip up helmet and this was an incredible price.
greg p on Mar 5, 2016
excellent, excellent for fit, noises and warm in the winter
John B on Mar 3, 2016
Good price and appears to be a quality product.
Roger W on Mar 2, 2016
great reviews, wanted to try a flip up.
michael G on Feb 29, 2016
Most definitely quiet, light and awesome.
Richard W on Feb 27, 2016
Long distance and/or cooler weather riding
Thomas B on Feb 24, 2016
Quiet, light, modular, pinlock. And 40% when I got it!
Jeff S on Feb 21, 2016
Pretty nice helmet, saved my life.

The little sun visor inside can be annoying to clean.
Marguerite S on Feb 19, 2016
This is the best safety rating for any modular helmet out there. Gotta protect the head after all.
theduke282 on Feb 19, 2016
After reading several reviews on Revzilla and other places, it made sense to get this helmet, especially since it was on a close out price. Wow...fast delivery! Helmet fit great, not tight, just a nice good fit. Just standing in the house, it was quite...once the weather gets better time for a ride!
RDGlide15 on Feb 18, 2016
Noise Level
diego h on Feb 16, 2016
Needed a new helmet, and the C3 fit better that others that I tried, Good pricing as well. And the quick Zilla shipping is another plus.
Ken T on Feb 10, 2016
Quietness, build quality, and cost
Kenneth L on Feb 9, 2016
Wanted to finally try the C3 after a few Scorpion modular helmets.
JON D on Feb 3, 2016
Very good helmet!
Charles B on Feb 2, 2016
Closeout price on a very good helmet that might actually be in my size!
Jess H on Jan 26, 2016
Couldn't pass it up at $329.00. I have a C3Pro, this will be my backup!
James W on Jan 25, 2016
Safety and quality
Don A on Jan 25, 2016
Great price for a quality helmet
Harold W on Jan 20, 2016
Replacement for my 2011 C3. It is a great helmet and at the Sales price there is no better.
RENE S on Jan 19, 2016
Quality of brand name and sales pricing
Phillip C on Jan 19, 2016
I bought a C3 a few years ago and LOVE this helmet!!!!
John R on Jan 19, 2016
Best modular helmet on the market. Anthony's review and breakdown is fantastic.
Brad L on Jan 18, 2016
RZLA had an amazing price on this great helmet. I've been watching them for a while, and finally pulled the trigger. I was worried that the remaining sizes wouldn't fit, but Med fits like a glove... a head glove. Best and favorite helmet I've owned yet,
Chris D on Jan 16, 2016
Could not pass up the deal on a spectacular helmet.
Nicholas M on Jan 14, 2016
based on reviews of other users and desire to have best protection I could afford. this seemed like a very good option.
David S on Jan 14, 2016
Looked like a very good product and price was attractive compared to Aussie pricing , videos features and benefits convinced me - think they way the revzilla team present product in videos is a standout , cheers Adrian
adrian k on Jan 14, 2016
low road noise, fantastic contruction, brilliant drop down sun visor, half face / full face conversion
Rahul D on Jan 13, 2016
I needed a new helmet and Schuberth is a top of the line helmet.
John R on Jan 13, 2016
Fantastic upgrade fro ss 1700 I was wearing. Quiet,excellent fit, no buffeting below 90mph.
James T on Jan 12, 2016
Just cannot pass it up on a clearance sale! A good price on one of the best helmets by reviews out there.
Marko B on Jan 12, 2016
I chose the C3 because it was the quietest of all the helmets.
Steven C on May 21, 2016
I chose this helmet because it was reported to be very quiet. Two things I immediately noticed in comparison with my 3/4 previous helmet. Under 65 miles an hour, it did seem quieter. At interstate speeds, the wind noise is still loud. Also, the streamlining of the helmet is something to adapt to - at highway speeds, its best not to turn your head to the side.
James C on Apr 22, 2016
I have in my cart the Shuberth C3 ($500.00) but I'm not sure about the size.
My head measures a shade under 58 so do I go with the large or medium?
Also, I wear glasses so is this a good choice or would you recommend something else.
Mark H on May 17, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I bought a large but had tried a C3 on at a dealership. It seemed tight at first but I based it on the fact the HJC I had was to loose. The helmet works well with glasses. I've had the helmet for a year now it is extremely comfortable and the faceshield and pinlock have held up.
I see that that Schuberth has their own proprietary communication system; does anyone know if a Sena unit will fit this helmet or do you have to go with the Schuberth system only?
Thanks!
Bill A on Jun 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have attached both a Sena SMH-10 and later, the newer lower profile version of the SMH-10 to my Shuberth C3. Both work great. I've used both the boom mike & button mike. Both attached to left lower lip of helmet and external battery pack of low profile version attaches well to the lower outer rear of the helmet. Sounds great!
Does anyone know how these fit compared to a Nolan N104? I'm tempted but a bit concerned about fit.
Eugene A on Nov 28, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I have an N104 Medium and the C3 Large (Zillahead said my 22 1/2" head was definitely a large for C3). The Medium N104 fits my head comfortably except my ears are squished by my SENA SMH10 ear phones and eye glasses. The C3 fits the sides of my head with the earphones and glasses, but it's too big on the top of my head. Having hair may eliviate that issue, but it's not a choice for me. I don't know of any helmet that's designed for being bald!
What size Schuberth should one go with if they are in between sizes on the chart? ie my head is 24.25 in the XL cutoff is 24 the xxl starts at 24.4
A shopper on Nov 16, 2011
BEST ANSWER: It depends on your head shape, but go smaller the helmet will adjust. Tighter is better than looser. I have been wearing a Schuberth helmet for many years, own the C3 it is an outstanding helmet. No comparison. It has been in hot, cold, dry and torrential rains for hours, always comfortable and never fogs with the pin shield in place.
Dose This Helmet Have Speaker Cut outs for Blue tooth ?
Louis C on Jul 9, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes they do. Although not very deep so if you don't have a blue tooth system in place yet, make sure you find one with thinner helmet speakers.
I use the UClear system in mine and it works perfectly and fits perfectly.
Hi, I saw a review talking about issues with rain, I ride year round in Seattle, so naturally this is a concern for me. Any experiences with this, is there a solution to keeping the rain from going down your neck, front and back?
David C on Oct 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: David, I also ride all year, and I commute every day. I also live in the Seattle area. I have a rain jacket that fits close to my neck, and I have only one or two occasions a year where water can get my dress shirt collar wet. In heavy rain which you can usually avoid if you watch the sky and pick your route, I wear a "Northface Wndstoppper" that climbers use. It also helps that I ride a BMW with an adjustable windshield and when moving the rain goes over the top of me. I have been riding in Seattle daily since 2006, and I have never found rain to be an issue.

Bob B
I currently own an Arai Profile (purchased from RevZilla) which fits my head shape as perfectly as I can imagine (no "hot spots" and tight fit). I originally tried an Arai RX-Q and immediately had hot spots on my forehead, which then made me try the Profile. However, the C3 has some appealing capabilities including the ability to install the BMW Motorrad Bluetooth system for full integration with my R1200RT. Based on my fit experience with the RX-Q and Profile, would the C3 be a viable option for me?
A shopper on Sep 26, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I haven't owned an Arai for many years, so I can't comment upon them. I wear a 7 1/8 to 7 1/4 U.S. hat size: from several Google search returns, that equates to a metric/E.U. size 58. I ordered a 58 from Revzilla, but they sent a size 59. Out of the box that seemed too tight. At about the 3rd donning, however, it seemed perfect, and has remained so since. The fit is excellent for me. And, in answer to my direct question to Revzilla Customer Service, they will allow a free return for up to 30 days, if you don't like the helmet. Pretty fair deal. -- cwo4usn
Hi, does the C3 visor have UV protection? Does it offer the same protection as the C3 Pro? Thanks
Daniel D on May 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I can't speak to the C3 Pro because I don't have one but the C3 does indeed have UV protection, meaning my glasses don't go dark with this helmet like they did with the HJC
Should it be difficult to remove helmet without lifting the chin bar first? or is my helmet too small?
Is the helmet only meant to be put on or taken off while the chin bar is up?
A shopper on Dec 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I've removed the helmet with the chin bar in the up and down position.
Naturally, it's easier to remove the helmet with the chin bar in the up position.
When the chin bar is in the down position and want to remove the helmet.
Ill undo the chin strap, while holding each end in hand pulling away to expand the width of the helmet as I remove the helmet.
Double check your helmet size if your still having an issue.
I hope I explained this clear enough to be helpful?
My Schuberth C3 is the best helmet i have ever owned. (riding for almost 40 years) my question: i typically prefer riding with the face shield at about the 1/2 open detent position, but at speed it slams to closed. Is there an adjustment to make the dent positions more positive?
A shopper on Jul 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't know of any built-in adjustment. I like to ride with the shield cracked open a bit, too, but haven't had a problem, perhaps because I have moderately large windshield (BMW R1150RT).
If you seldom want to close it all the way you could fasten a small rubber bumper onto the lower inner edge of the shield.
Good luck!