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Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet

The Schuberth C3 Pro has been redesigned to improve on the original C3, which was already one of the quietest and most technologically advanced helmets ever produced.

The rear spoiler, which has been further optimized in extensive wind tunnel testing, turns the C3 Pro into a real sport helmet which also demonstrates outstanding aerodynamic properties at high speeds in excess of 100 mph. With its enhanced aeroacoustics of 82 dB(A) at 100 km/h the C3 Pro is one of the quietest helmets in the world. The C3 Pro also incorporates two integrated antennas for increased ranges and better FM radio reception – prepared for the fully integrated communication unit SRC-System. The inner lining, made of carefully selected materials such as COOLMAX, Interpower and Thermocool, has been extensively re-shaped and redesigned and sets new benchmarks with respect to comfort.

New or Updated Features:

  • Redesigned shell is more aerodynamic and provided more downforce at higher speeds with little buffeting
  • Interior helmet sound levels have been reduced to 82 dB(A) at 60 mph {C3 84 dB(A)}
  • Interior liner has been completely redesigned with fewer seams and a more universal, interior fit
  • Improved EPS with integrated antenna for SRC-System which improves radio and Bluetooth range
  • New micro-lock ratchet chin strap
  • Larger reflective panels on neckroll
  • Improved faceshield ratcheting
  • Integrated sun visor has a new look and improved quality

Acoustics:

A quiet helmet means active safety for the motorcyclist. This permits the rider to concentrate on riding – particularly at higher speeds. Many hours in the Schuberth acoustics wind tunnel have ensured that the C3 Pro is quiet. The comprehensive acoustics package with optimized helmet shell, wind deflector and ergonomic shape of the neck padding make the C3 Pro – at 82 dBA – one of the quietest helmets of all.

  • Acoustics package makes helmet quiet
  • Installation of a wind deflector enables the aeroacoustics and consequently the noise level to be improved still further.
  • Only 82dB(A) at 100 km per hour (with naked bikes)

Outer Shell:

The outer shell of the Schuberth C3 Pro is offered in two helmet shell sizes and combines an aerodynamically optimal shape with excellent protection. It is manufactured using Schuberth's typical compression molding process and thus permits great stability and a low weight.

  • Shell material: S.T.R.O.N.G. fiber
  • Helmet shell technology from SCHUBERTH permits low weight
  • Glass fiber with a special resin added is compressed in a vacuum at high pressure to form a helmet shell which is exceptionally sturdy
  • Perfected aerodynamics for higher speeds
  • Upward lift = 0!
  • Directionally stable
  • No oscillatory tendency
  • No buffeting
  • Spoiler integrated into the helmet shell

SRC-System Ready:

The C3 Pro is by default equipped to accommodate the SCHUBERTH SRC-System C3 Pro (sold separately). To guarantee ideal radio reception for you, the C3 Pro is already equipped with two integrated antennas to boost reception and a Bluetooth connection.

  • Optimum reception at all times
  • Bluetooth antenna for wireless mobile, GPS and intercom connections to other SRC-System owners
  • FM and Bluetooth antennas integrated into the helmet for optimum reception

EPS:

The helmet shell of special EPS foam is modular in design to ensure optimal shock absorption. This complex segmentation guarantees enhanced force absorption and distribution and maximum safety.

  • Made of specially optimized EPS foam
  • Complex multizone foaming allows optimal shock absorption

Inner Lining:

A special inner lining of the C3 Pro which was developed according to the innovative Comfort Fit concept ensures that the helmet fits comfortably and securely in all situations. The combination of carefully selected COOLMAX and Thermocool materials and the additional use of Interpower coatings also make the inner lining a highly-effective moisture removal and cooling system.

  • COOLMAX pad system, completely removable and washable (hand wash, 30°C)
  • Optimized fit
  • Variable for effective ventilation
  • Adjustable for summer/winter
  • Allergen-free
  • Antibacterial
  • Removable comfort cheek pads and head band pads

Ventilation:

The C3 Pro is equipped with a further development of the proven C3 ventilation system. Thanks to the new design of the ventilation elements, the supply of fresh air is increased by up to 60%. The combination of multipath channels in the EPS foam shell and the head/chin/mouth ventilation  ensure that fresh air is distributed effectively over the entire head area.

A.R.O.S. and Neck Strap:

The Anti-Roll-Off System (A.R.O.S.) especially developed by SCHUBERTH is provided as a safety feature in every SCHUBERTH motorcycle helmet. It ensures that 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 throat of the rider is minimized due to the small angle of tilt
  • The consequences of the helmet coming into contact with the chest as the result of an accident are reduced
  • Precise setting of the chinstrap length through adjustment on both sides
  • Micro-lock ratchet lock

Face Shield:

The EasyChange visor mechanism makes changing visors extremely quick and simple without use of tools.

  • City position offers maximum ventilation while traveling at slower speeds
  • Pinlock visor prevents shield from fogging

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Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet 4.6 5 144 144
Very nice product I think is a very good helmet. Was the helmet that i was lokking for. August 18, 2014
Great helmet, but be prepared for a long break in I've had the helmet for about 3 months now and It's finally broken in enough to write an honest review. I still honestly believe that Schuberth has some minor fitment issues. So be sure to try it on for a solid hour before buying!!! My headshape is just on the cusp of being too narrow to fit, and I had some serious discomfort for the first few months. After the third month it's the most comfortable helmet I've worn. It's the Apple computer of helmets. You pay a premium, but you get great build quality, well thought out features and great customer service. August 11, 2014
It really is on another level The best way I can describe the Schuberth is like this: I had a Shoei RF-1100 for the last few years. It was like driving a VW - good build quality, solid materials, well thought out, comfortable, nimble... And then I got in a Porsche. The Schuberth is on another level. I took the risk of taking my brand new helmet on a 9-day, 2800 mile trip and I'm very glad I did. Perfectly comfortable right out of the box. Airflow is good but not amazing. The tradeoff is much much less buffeting and wind noise. The exhaust venting cools the back of the neck rather than just blowing out the back of the crown. That was a noticeable difference. It's a much more snug fit around the neck. The aerodynamics are a huge leap forward from the Shoei. The helmet feels lighter at high speed and turning the head doesn't cause a snapback effect. All the features really came in handy - the pinlock lens, sun visor, modular face, easy release clasp, easy to open and close vents. If this helmet fits, it's really a "can't go back" situation. I am experiencing some cokebottle effect when I turn my head. I have been in contact with Schuberth North America and they are sorting it out with me. It's annoying that it wasn't perfect but they do stand by their product. August 6, 2014
I expected better For the price, I expected a better helmet. The standout feature for me is the sun visor. The optics are indeed very good. When you slide it down, it's like putting on an expensive pair of sunglasses. Very good. The ventilation, despite the raves, I think is poor. It's super high tech, but I see three issues. I don't think the channel in the back of the neck roll provides enough airflow. The lack of rear vents is supposedly designed to reduce noise (which I'll talk about next). The single strip on the top of the helmet liner blocks the intake holes, killing any airflow that might come through them. The "cat ears" have a mind of their own. I had to tape them so they wouldn't block the intake vents. Also, I would be very hard pressed to tell you if the chin vent is open or closed. I notice no difference either way. Noise level: not impressed, and that's the supposed selling point. This helmet replaced a Scorpion EXO 700 (which I spent 1/4 the $ on), and I honestly don't think it's any quieter (granted, the Scorpion was not a modular). It probably comes down to the difference between a standard helmet and a modular, so it's apples to oranges. That said, for me, I don't think the modular feature is worth the extra price, weight, and noise. My next helmet will be a traditional design. August 5, 2014
Exelent product This is an exelent helmet, light, quiet, and very well fabricated. The only comment is that when the SRC System is connected, there is a lack of space to hide the connectors (antena and charger), you can feel the connector against your head-neck and some times is inconfortable August 4, 2014
I can't recommend the helmet for this price. But it's not a "bad" helmet. have been riding with this helmet now for about 4 months. It's quiet, light, and feature rich. But the comfort level is so-so and it is WAY too hard to change/clean the liner. I'm not a huge fan of the styling either. So, I can't really say I'd buy it again. As it is, I am thinking I'll change helmets this Christmas. I rode around Iceland for 10 days wearing it in all kinds of weather (it does leak a little under heavy rain, at vents). I was on a BMW F800GS which had absolutely horrible wind buffeting on the screen. But when I stood up, this helmet was as close to whisper quiet as they come. On my Ducati MTS1200, I don't have terrible wind buffeting with my Pikes Peak shorty screen. So the helmet does an ok job. But my bike is loud, and I need earplugs anyhow. The fit is fine for my head (XL). Though, with the src-system installed, it feels pretty snug around the ears and neck (that neck pad sticks way out). The liner also feels strangely thin. As in, you really feel the helmet's innards against your scalp. I am used to Shoei and Arai helmets that feel plush. This is NOT a plush helmet. Ventilation is good. There are a few cases where the top vent has whistled while I look to the side, but only when I am really moving fast. But the vents move air quickly and effectively. Visor is good, wide field of view etc. There is some interior reflection from the pinlock, but I don't know how that can be overcome. It's extremely easy to remove and replace the visor. The interior sun visor is great, but unfortunately, since it doesn't have a pinlock... it can fog up. The vents remedy this fairly quickly though. I have to repeat... It's REALLY a pain to swap out the neck roll. I mean, it sucks. You HAVE to do this in order to use the Schuberth radio kit, and you also have to do it every time you want to wash the liner because of the "anti-roll" features. It is really a ridiculous amount of work to get to a liner. Last but not least, I was sad to see how the C3 Pro scores so poorly on the Sharp safety tests. http://sharp.direct.gov.uk/ For the price, and with all the engineering. This should not be a low scoring helmet. Nor should it be so outrageously difficult to change and clean the liner. I think I'd have preferred the Shoei Neotech, even with it's extra weight. August 3, 2014
There are much better helmets for much less money Unfortunately my experience with this helmet has not been so good. Usually I wear an L or XL helmet, but after following the fitment guide I ordered a 2XL. That turned out to be uncomfortable (too tight) and RevZilla was great about exchanging it for a 3XL. Even the 3XL turned out to be excruciatingly uncomfortable on long trips, causing blindingly painful headaches starting after about two hours of use. Finally I figured out that the helmet interior is extremely round and just doesn't fit my very normally shaped head. I ended up adding nearly an inch of padding to the middle/top (from an old bicycle helmet padding kit) and that helped a lot. So I'd only recommend buying this helmet if you have an egg shaped head. Also, the helmet is fairly quiet until you open the vents. Then it's as loud as any other helmet. My 2014 BMW F800GS Adventure windscreen has a horrible turbulence zone right where the helmet is, which makes it really challenging for any helmet to block. On the positive side, the product is well made and high quality. The first SRC system stopped charging after about a month but Schuberth replaced it under warranty. The helmet looks good when the chin bar is down, but looks really gay when it's raised. And the SRC mic is a pain and just makes you look that much worse when the chin-bar is up. The SRC works well for the most part, and the noise cancellation for phone calls is excellent. But the audio quality has absolutely no base and sounds tinny. Over all, considering the cost, I think I would have been better served buying TWO regular (Japanese / Chinese) helmets and still saving several hundred bucks. July 31, 2014
Expensive, and I'm not sure it's value for money... Review summary: - Expensive - Poor ventilation - More wind noise than I would have thought - Physically comfortable fit - Definitely designed for riders, with easy one-handed operation for almost everything - A classically Teutonic piece of equipment; very well made It may be unfair to rate this helmet as I have since it's my first helmet that is anything more than a three-quarter size (yes, I ride big iron), but for the cost of this helmet I would have thought it would be much better than it is. I've had the helmet for about three months now and have ridden with it a handful of times, but never for longer than an hour or so until this past Sunday (27 Jul 14) when I took an afternoon ride and wore it for the better part of 3.5 hours, during which time I traveled from speeds between 25 MPH to 85 MPH. For me, the most significant drawback is the poor ventilation of this helmet. I understand Schuberth made a design decision to reduce wind noise in the helmet, but to achieve this at the cost of adequate airflow in the helmet seems a poor trade-off to me, particularly given the number of riders who predominantly ride in the summer. I realize Germany may have more temperate weather most of the year than much of the US, but nevertheless it still seems a poor design decision. During my Sunday ride the temperature never got higher than 79 degrees F, but inside my helmet, particularly with the visor down and the sun shining, it definitely seemed much warmer than that, even at speed. Since reduced wind-flow appears to have been a design point to lower wind noise, I'd have thought this helmet would be near silent with respect to wind noise, although to be fair, I have nothing to compare it to. However, given the lack of ventilation you have to ride with the visor cracked until about 50 mph, at which point you have enough of a semblance of airflow to permit closing the visor completely. Thus the need to keep the visor cracked for ventilation completely defeats the desire to reduce wind noise, at least for speeds below ~50 mph. Once the visor is closed wind noise, and most outside noise as well, is definitely reduced. Nevertheless, wind noise is still very noticeable and isn't even close to what I'd call eliminated. One thing I did find a bit odd, however, was that at least some of my exhaust frequencies seemed to be at some harmonic order of my helmet because there were definitely resonances within the slight cavity by my ears that were very uncomfortable when accelerating. Many folks have complained about the helmet clasp, and you can add me to that list. While it's definitely a much easier clasp to latch, particularly with gloves on, it definitely is in a place, and of a shape that it presses uncomfortably against your laryngeal prominence (aka Adam's apple), particularly if it's at all prominent! I found myself frequently fiddling with the clasp to move it into a position that was less uncomfortable. While the C3 Pro has a nice, soft, flap system underneath the clasp that does a nice job cushioning your throat from it, that doesn't help much for the pressure the clasp creates on your Adam's apple. As a result, the need to push the clasp forward away from my Adam's apple often caused the cushioning flaps to move out of position, necessitating the removal of gloves to put it back into proper alignment so my throat was properly cushioned from the clasp. As for the helmet fit itself, I did find the helmet to be, overall, a well fitting device. My head is 59 CM and I wear a size 7 1/4 hat, and the large fits me well. I did have the need a few times to adjust around my right ear because it just didn't seem to fit properly and I had a bit of uncomfortable pressure on the back of my ear. I have small ears so if you've ever been teased about having Buddha-like ears you may want to try this helmet on for a while before purchasing. However, aside from that one slight issue the physical fit of the C3 Pro was very good for me and comfortable overall - at least from a fit perspective that is. One definite positive is everything on the helmet is clearly designed with riders in mind. From being able to easily manipulate the visor and the visor module with one, gloved hand, to the pin lock visor and easily replaceable shields, this helmet was made for motorcycle riders. Again, this is my first-ever helmet that was anything more than a three-quarter so YMMV. By and large I believe the C3 Pro is a very good, well-designed helmet for it's primary purpose - safety. I'm just disappointed that a helmet this expensive has the kind of flaws that keep me from absolutely loving being on my bike with it. Finally, to qualify my "Do not recommend" purchase recommendation, it's not that I wouldn't recommend this helmet at all. If you have any opportunity to try this helmet before dropping your Benjamins on it I'd definitely suggest you do so. While it's entirely possible that I'm all wet with my review since I have zero comparative experience, if I had to do it again I'd purchase a much less expensive full-face first and then decide if I wanted to trade up to the Schuberth later. July 28, 2014
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Kevin C: I own a 7 year old C2 with many rough miles on it. Schuberth has no equals. Aug 18, 2014
Nathan B: this seems to be the best modular helmet on the market. will share fitting experience after I get it. wish more people shared their experience with more size details included. also would like to see the two shell sizes side by side with dimensions. Aug 13, 2014
Jace D: Quality, design, safety Aug 9, 2014
Lionel A: Seen good reviews on this helmet Jul 31, 2014
Daniel K: Reputation and review video on revzilla Jul 21, 2014
Don in Florida: Replaced a Schuberth C3. Jul 19, 2014
Robert F: Gear Patrol said that this was one of the best helmets in the world. Loved the quietness and modular design. Jul 16, 2014
Kristofer S: Superior Schuberth design and engineering led me to two choices: the S2 or C3Pro. C3Pro won out because it has better airflow (9L v. 8L) and was rated quieter than its full-face S2 cousin (82dBA v. 85dBA at ~60mph). Tried it on - comfort is outstanding. Ceramic materials make the inside noticeably cooler and the flip-up chin feature is so well designed it can only be a plus. Considering it's a premium helmet in the high price range, the S2/C3Pro price difference was worth the upgrade. Jul 8, 2014
Gregory T: EXCELLENT PRODUCT. Jul 3, 2014
Rodney F: Greatest Helmet I have ever worn, great fit, quiet, excellent quality, excellent air flow. It is pricey but truly worth it. Jun 30, 2014
Gary W: Quality and reviews. Jun 26, 2014
Andrew S: Hours and hours (and hours) of reading reviews lead me to believe that this was this best buy. Jun 26, 2014
Michael T: Noise reduction and safety Jun 21, 2014
John V: Great helmet!!!! I did a little research on the company after I watched the comparison video that Anthony did on your site. He was right-on with everything he said about this product. Jun 20, 2014
Colin D: Great helmet! Tons of features. It's a Schuberth! Jun 18, 2014
David M: I have studied extensively to find a quiet, and comfortable helmet. Everything I have read points to the Schuberth line of helmets. The C3 pro to be exact. Jun 8, 2014
Jacek P: The strap locking mechanism just suffocating me. It is too close to my throat. The internal sunscreen is just a joke. Only covering only about 2/3 of field view. But nice helmet light and comfortable.
I just read that the sunscreen was adjustable! But the chin strap was deal breaker!
May 20, 2014
James P: "Quality in workmanship, extensive testing for aerodynmics, safety and noise." May 16, 2014
John V: Reviews, looks and quality of product. Good manufacture customer support and warrenty. May 12, 2014
Christina M: Because its supposed to be the best. We will see. May 11, 2014
Michael G: I am replacing a Schuberth that is nine years old and a little crusty. It was a good helmet with a good fit until it wore out after thousands of miles. May 7, 2014
Jamie S: Read Reviews. Took it for a test ride at the local dealership. Very quiet. Hope its is a good investment. May 6, 2014
HUA WEI F: Heard from many friends that this is the best helmet in the world Apr 17, 2014
Bob W: Very spendy....must be the best! Apr 15, 2014
J W: Only helmet I've found that fit perfectly. I didn't want to spend this much money but considering comfort is super important to me on rides it was a no-brainer! Apr 13, 2014
anthony p: i chose this item because of all the great reviews i read about it being quiet and comfortable. Apr 3, 2014
Wayne G: The price was good, free shipping. I really like your video on the helmet and was able to read other peoples reviews with out spending a lot time searching the web. Lots lot detail in one web site. I give RevZilla 2 thumbs up for customer service Thanks! Mar 29, 2014
Robert J. K: Weight, quiet, safety rating Mar 28, 2014
JONG HWA L: My friend showed me how quiet and light this helmet is, so giving it a try! Mar 27, 2014
Mitchell B: Schuberth quality and quietness. Also, the video of the product convinced me this was the right helmet for me. Mar 26, 2014
Robert J: Anthony's terrific video review helped me decide. I hope the fit is as described. Mar 25, 2014
ANDREW A: looking for very quiet helmet with built-in sun visor Mar 24, 2014
Steven L: Highly rated helmet for safety, quietness, and aesthetics...simple choice. Mar 24, 2014
Curtis M: good reviews Mar 21, 2014
Darren H: Recenty had a pretty nasty concussion.......only spending my money on the best for my head and from what I have read Schuberth makes the best quietest helmets on the planet. Mar 19, 2014
Eldon T: Excellent quality and comfort. Mar 18, 2014
Jay S: shell size goes with head size. No Mr. Boblehead. Mar 18, 2014
Joe K: Bought this helmet last year and love it - great fit, quiet, adjustable and light. Mar 13, 2014
David B: After reading many reviews this seemed like the best helmet for me. It fits perfect, very comfortable. Mar 10, 2014
Tyler H: I chose the Schuberth after some research and after reading alot of reviews of the helmet. Update the helmet is
absolutely on point I love it if you don't have one get one!
Mar 10, 2014
Vijay P: Choose this particular helmet due to the quality and the quietness factor. Mar 9, 2014
Rick H: Wanted the best for my noggin. Great help - great fit, quiet and maximum safety. Mar 8, 2014
ARIK M: THE BEST OF THE BEST HALMET OUT THERE Mar 8, 2014
Richard W: My head is worth more than $769.00. Love this helmet! Mar 5, 2014
Robert V: It's a light and quiet helmet, The convenience of having a flip face is also nice. Feb 28, 2014
Douglas E: Exceptional helmet features, availability, and avoiding sales tax of local purchase. Feb 25, 2014
S C: Very satisfied with the Schuberth C2 and it is time to replace. Since I wear glasses, I have worn a flip-up for a very long time. Schuberth is the best flip-up helmet in the world - engineered to perfection by the Germans worn by riders word-wide. Feb 21, 2014
Joshua N: Quality and aesthetics. Feb 21, 2014
Jeffrey W: Your head is pretty important, and after researching so many helmets, I think this may be the best helmet out there! Pricey but my BIG Dome is worth it! Hope it will fit! Feb 20, 2014
Matthew B: Simply the best... Feb 11, 2014
Phillip R: Great helmet my second one Feb 2, 2014
Sina G: Reputation and excellent product review video by revzilla team. Jan 31, 2014
Bill W: Quality, Quiet and Features Jan 30, 2014
Stephen B: Replacement for helmet damaged in motorcycle accident in Italy last summer. I love my Schuberth Helmets. Jan 21, 2014
george d: best customer service any where. Jan 16, 2014
Penelope S: Time for upgrade best in the world Jan 13, 2014
FRANK S: I need to replace a broken Nolan 104. I want to see if the helmet is as good as they say. Jan 11, 2014
Michael G: Quiet, comfort, and quality seem to be attributes missing from my other helmets. Dec 7, 2013
Dave H: Primarily for the quality and design. I like the internal retractable sun shade plus the helmet has an excellent fit and is very comfortable and lightweight. Dec 2, 2013
Maurice C: I wanted the best modular helmet. Oct 29, 2013
carl e: To replace my old Schuberth Concept model. Great helmets made in GERMANY. My head is worth it, is yours? Oct 22, 2013
Eric M: Positive feedback was a large aspect in this purchase. I also believe this to be one of the best helmets on the market. Although I did not purchase the com unit, I plan to in the near future- so the ability to fully integrate the com was a huge selling point also. Oct 11, 2013
Charles T: Great reviews, excellent video on the helmet. Oct 4, 2013
Michael K: i found it to be the lightest and best quality flip up helmet on the market . Sep 27, 2013
Clarence T: Excellent fit and finish. EZ chin bar up and down. Poor quality speakers though. Sep 12, 2013
Brian J: TheSchuberth C3 Pro with SRC is an awesome lid com system. Period. One day my wife asked "what does a really great helmet cost and why didn't you get one?" Over the years I've spent thousands on "nice" helmets with "cool" graphics. I hated to admit it but she was right. The helmet weight is super light, no neck strain. Optics perfect. The Integrated Bluetooth in the neck role is seamless. sound quality, range, durability all top notch. Oh yeah, voice activated too, Sep 2, 2013
Orlando T: I've always wanted a modular helmet after many years of wearing a full face Arai. I'm retiring the Quantum II after many years of good use and a need something quieter. In addition the C3 Pro has apparently remedied the forehead discomfort so I'm going to give it a go. The C3 Pro has mostly stellar reviews so I'm ready to give it a try. Aug 19, 2013
fabio T: the best ! Aug 17, 2013
Gary B: Wish to ride quietly & comfortably on my Fatboy. Aug 17, 2013
John M: I heard it's the best helmet you can buy with less noise. I have been looking for a helmet with less noise and for what I heard its the best one in the market. Aug 11, 2013
Robert H: ratings, reviews, info offered by RevZilla Aug 9, 2013
Michael B: Revzilla does a great job of informing the consumer with details and comparisons Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: Will the Scala Rider G9 fit on the Schuberth C3 Pro?

It seems that the slide for the internal sun visor on the helmet would block the fit of this unit as it is designed for the left side of the helmet.

Peter
Aug 12, 2013
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Terry L: I own both the Schuber C3 Pro Helmet and a Scala G9 head set. My Scala G9 unit is mounted on my Shark helmet and I have a Schuber com sys on my C3 Pro Helmet. The G9 head set has a long boom mike and could be mounted aft of the internal Sunvisor slide. but would probably get in the way of the boom when you go to lower the visor. The Scala would also have to be mounted using the adhesive back mount as opposed to the clip mount.

Hope this is helpful.

Terry
Aug 12, 2013
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Regan Y: Does the SRC system link up with the Scala G9? I'm thinking of getting a C3 Pro with SRC but need it to connect with my girlfriends helmet that uses our current Scala G9 set. ? Thanks. Apr 26, 2014
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Judd W: The slide does not get in the way. The shape of the helmet is such that you have to use the adhesive attachment, not the clamp style. But it does fit without issue. Aug 12, 2013
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John P: Sorry for the delay. I have not purchased a G9 for my C3 Pro. I am planning on buying the SRC system. Aug 13, 2013
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Jerry E asked: I really want to get the C3 Pro but a communicator is a must for me and after looking into the Schuberth SRC system I do not think that I would want it. I would prefer the Sena SMH10R. Would it be possible to run the mic wire on the SMH10R in a way that it would work without problem with the front in the down position, but would not interfere or wear the wire or helmet when flipping the front up and down? RevZilla, I am hoping you will reply to this as I doubt many, if any, people have tried this, and you have the products available to test this. Thank you. May 24, 2014
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Shawn H: Hi Jerry,

I recently received my C3 Pro with the intent on hooking my Cardo Scala Rider G9X.

The sliding mechanism for the internal visor is in the approximate location where any aftermarket bluetooth system would connect. Because I would have to mount the G9 farther back on the helmet, the microphone wouldn't reach properly. I can only assume you'd run into the same problem with the Sena system.

I opted to send my helmet to J&M audio so they could install an integral speaker system. I preferred to go with a wired system so I can do very long, multi-day rides without worrying about charging bluetooth system batteries. This was not a cheap solution.

If I were going to use a bluetooth system, I think the Schuberth neck roll system (made by the same people who make my G9X system) would work very well. Also, not a very cheap solution.

I plan to leave the G9X on my Scorpion helmet and use it for shorter rides and save the Schuberth for the very long Iron Butt type rides.

Best of luck!
May 29, 2014
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CHRIS G: I have C3 Pro with SMH10R. I am using flexible boom mike now and it works quite well. Wiring under lining was pretty straightforward and fits well. Battery fits nicely at rear of helmet. Need to take a bit of care when lowering the lid but it is easy. If using the wired mic, there is not really a way to have it permanently live directly in front of your mouth on the inside of the flip down lid. However, you can have the mic sit on the the lower cheek pad, right above the chin strap. This should put it at the corner of your mouth and it should work well.

Other advice is to test position of control unit with the helmet on so you know where your reach is and where your hand wants to hit when controlling the unit.

Please let me know if you need any other information. Cheers.
May 29, 2014
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Colin D: I use the SMH-10, it has better range and battery life than the SMH10R, in my experience; even though it has a little more bulk. It mounts up with the adhesive with no issues. The Universal model (item: 839075) has the detached boom mic which attaches inside the helmet behind the left cheek pad with no issues and does not interfere with the chinbar and allows you to bend the mic to your lips for the best sound transmission. I also have the model for earbuds, as I have BigEar in-ear earspeakers, but the provided speakers will mount in the helmet with no issues. I mounted them in my girlfriends C3 Pro. Hope this helps! May 29, 2014
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Jeffrey C: HI Jerry, I have no idea about the communicator for the Schuberth since I haven't bought it yet. From other's I have talked with, they seem to have positive things to say though. Sorry I can't be more help. Best wishes, Jeffrey May 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in buying one of the C3 pro. But I read the SHARP rating of this helmet, and felt uncomfortable with the result. Does it mean that this helmet is not up to their standard, or the testing methods are somehow not suitable? Jan 27, 2014
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Donald M: Keep in mind that SHARP ratings are only applicable to helmets sold in the UK. The C3 Pro sold there differs from the DOT certified one sold here. That being said, the rating was not bad: it was 3 stars with the lowest score for side of the helmet impacts, and even there it was acceptable. The only 5 star system helmet they tested was the Shark Evoline (again, the European model) and that had a rating for the chin bar detaching that was significantly worse than the C3, so nothings perfect. Bottom line is that the C3 Pro is the best helmet I've worn in the 46 years I've been riding. Jan 29, 2014
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Jorge Q: I was too a little bit concerned about the investment, I even got the first helmet and it was a size to small, so I returned it and got the next size up... BEST HELMET EVER!!! Man it is a good investment. The pinlock works, the vision on the shields is great (both the outside and the sunshield), noise is totally different than other helmets, and anti roll works (tried to roll the helmet with my hands and nothing), the strap system is awesome... Man I love it. Jan 31, 2014
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Alex S: In investigated this and was told that helmets that have the folding chin protector cannot be granted the highest safety categories due to concerns regarding the lesser integrity of the hinge and need for metal parts in the hinge area. Having said this, the C3 pro seemed of top notch quality. You just need a long forehead for it to fit properly. Feb 28, 2014
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Robert O: I'm not familiar with the Sharp rating. Simply put, the C3 Pro is the quietest, best ventilated and most comfortable helmet I've ever owned - - and I say this as a formerly devoted Arai customer. Jan 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: is the pinlock antifog device meant to be installed and left on there for use fulltime? or is it something meant to be installed/uninstalled as needed? Obviously I have never used one. Mar 5, 2013
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Strongbow: I leave the pinlock lens on all the time. You never know when you are going to experience a sudden change in temperature ( for eg. a heavy downpour and a sunny stretch of road ahead. )

I do not think there is a downside to leaving it on.
Since we cant forsee the future(weather), its better to have it and not need it, than to need it and not have it!
You can also have fun breathing heavily and just see how it is not fogging up! AMAZING!
Mar 30, 2013
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RevZilla: The Pinlock system is used to keep the shield from fogging. Since both the lens and shield are clear, it is fine to keep the Pinlock lens in place all the time. Also, consider that the Pinlock lens is somewhat fragile and overhandling can cause scratches and dents. It is best to leave the Pinlock lens in place all the time. Mar 7, 2013
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Dorky: you set it and forget it, there is a silicone seal between the inside of the visor shield and the pinlock antifog visor to create an air space in between the two visors to prevent fogging, similar to a vacuum window pane. you only take the pinlock visor out if the the seals are already worn out and ready for replacement, Apr 11, 2013
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Craig1050: You can do either, but I think that most people just leave it in place for an extended period of time Apr 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Has anyone purchased a C3 or C3Pro in matte black finish? If so, how's the finish holding up and is it as easy to maintain as a gloss black finish? I've read mixed reviews on the longevity of the matte black finish (chipping, streaking, etc.). Thanks. Nov 10, 2013
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Brian J: My matte black C3Pro's finish is holding up very well after ~6000mi of active touring. Just wipe bag and store. I chose the helmet because of its reputation as a rock-solid performer with light weight and good acoustics. but am pleasantly surprised by the finish's ability to resist abrasion. My Nolan and Scorpion helmets are also matte black but their finishes showed much more wear by this point. All faired much better than any of my gloss-finish lids (especially the Shoe's) and that's why I switched. Nov 13, 2013
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Ernesto G: I've had my C3 matte helmet for over a year. Use it often and have not had any problems with finish. Nov 11, 2013
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daniel s: I have matte black c3 and c3 pro. No problems with finish whatsoever. Nov 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does this helmet come with a soft helmet bag to protect it from scratches? Feb 10, 2013
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RevZilla: All current Schuberth helmets come with a high quality draw string helmet bag that is lined with a soft cloth material on the inside. Feb 12, 2013
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Dorky: yes the C3 Pro comes with a lined storage bag, Apr 11, 2013
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Craig1050: Yes- it has more padding than is typical! Apr 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do C3 cheek pads and lining fit the C3PRO model? Mar 17, 2013
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RevZilla: They will fit, however, you would not want to use the cheek pads and liner of a C3 on a C3Pro, considering those were some of the things that they improved upon on the new model. Not only have they been reshaped for a more comfortable fit, but they are more plush; have a new foam with a slight memory to it; Coolmax material, which will keep your face from getting clammy; and a coating that will keep them fresh and bacteria free. Mar 20, 2013
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Pascal: Yes, according to this video the C3 pads will fit the C3 Pro as well.
Not sure if you'd want to though, I own a C3 Pro and it's just so much more comfortable than even the C3 was.
Check out the video here: http://goo.gl/ijSuT
Apr 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the optional cheekpad sizes for the C3 Pro? May 6, 2013
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RevZilla: Currently the replacement cheekpads for the C3 Pro are not available, as they are due out this summer. From the information that we have at the moment, our understanding is that each pad will be offered in a "Narrow" or thinner version. The actual size/dimensions are not available at this time though, so we would recommend checking back in the summer as we should have more information at that point. May 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the BMW Bluetooth communicator fit the C3 Pro? Mar 8, 2013
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Wingrider237: Yes, I just installed the BMW Bluetooth in my C3 Pro. Overall it is a very clean install. It took me about 2.5 hours to do the install on a Sunday afternoon. I was careful to follow the install instruction carefully. Once you have it installed the only thing to show is the control module. Apr 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does the C3PRO come with a clear lense with pinlock adapter only? I want a tinted lense as well. Mar 14, 2014
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Robert W: Yes, clear lens with Pinlock adapter. What is great about the C3PRO is the integrated drop down tinted lens within the visor. I have always ridden sport bikes with Shoei full face helmets & tinted lens. But the clear lens eliminates the need to change out the lens at night (grounds for stopping a motorcyclist in some states). The internal drop down tinted lens within the visor can be lifted out of the way at night. Mar 17, 2014
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Colin D: The tinted sunshade is internal, it lowers and raises via a slider on the lower left hand side of the helmet. In my opinion, this is better than a dark or tinted visor only as there is no need to change anything, it is available on demand and works excellently. If you are at all concerned with the operation/function of such an internal visor I recommend trying one on first. Mar 14, 2014
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Rick H: yes, mine came with clear only.
I did buy the light grey one recently and really like the tint, perfect for day riding, then drop down inside shade when looking into the sun.

Great helmet, I really like it over my previous. Quiet, good fitting and light.
Mar 14, 2014
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Bob B: It does come with the clear lens but also has the drop down tinted visor/shield that works very well. Don't have to wear sunglasses with this set up. Can't say if you can get a tinted visor as I have never needed one. Mar 14, 2014
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Colin D: Sorry, I realize I may not have answered that directly. It only comes with a clear visor and the supplied pinlock. And the internal tinted sunshade. Hope this helps. Mar 14, 2014
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Ernesto G: It only comes with the clear lens. It has a drop down tinted sun protection screen that is tinted. Mar 14, 2014
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Don in Florida: A tinted visor is available as a separate item. I bought one of them for my C3pro too. Mar 14, 2014
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Darrell T: Mine shipped with only clear shield. Other tints available from RevZilla. Mar 14, 2014
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John P: It only comes with the clear lens. You have to buy the tinted lens. Mar 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can the sun visor be positioned in any location? I sometimes use it to block the low sun, but not all the way down. Feb 24, 2014
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Daniel P: The C3 Pro's sun visor stays where you decided to put it. You adjust it with a slider on the lower left edge of the helmet. It is a very solid design that allows the visor to be positioned anywhere in its range of movement and left there. I have logged many hours at high speed (Track Speed) with the visor retracted, half out, or all the way down. As a whole I am really glad I spent the money on this helmet, its head and shoulders above the competition. Feb 24, 2014
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Stephen F: Yes it can be , although I don't do this.
Although I don't find it a problem, I think it could actually help if it was able to drop down slightly further than it does. I cant imagine I would want it in anything but the fully down position but I realize that this can be a personal preference.
Feb 24, 2014
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Paul H: It wants to be all the way down, there is no problem I assure you, it is very good, and to try to feather a position would be hard, while riding. Feb 24, 2014
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Thomas G: Yes, the slide bar on bottom left of helmet lets you open-close or stop at any position Feb 24, 2014
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David J: Yes, the sun visor retraction is a little stiff. It could be set at any level...... Feb 24, 2014
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Randy L C: Yes. It opens and closes smoothly and should stay in any position you want. Feb 24, 2014
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James C: Yes, the sun visor can be positioned in any location. Feb 25, 2014
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John W: Yes Feb 24, 2014
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Bryan G: yes Feb 24, 2014
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John R asked: I measure a 59.7 so on a cusp of a L or XL, would you recommend going with the XL size or stay with the L? Aug 15, 2013
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Paul A: For me, if you are between a L and XL, I would go with the XL. This is the greatest by far helmet I have ever owned. super light weight for a modular. I will never go back to any other brand but Schuberth. Also revzilla has awesome return policy / exchange. I cant say enough good things about Schuberth and revzilla. Aug 16, 2013
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Frank H: John, I had to make the same decision and I went with the XL and I'm very happy with my choice. I think the helmet is very comfortable. Aug 16, 2013
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Michael H: I was in the same boat from a size perspective. I originally ordered the large, but I had to send it back for an XL. The helmet is still very snug, but comfortable. I hope that helps. Best wishes! Aug 16, 2013
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Dental Parts H: Go with the XL. Schuberth tends to run small and I had to return mine for a larger size. Aug 16, 2013
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Mark S: John: I'd get the XL. They seem to be a bit on the tight side. Aug 16, 2013
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Jay S: I had the same issue between a M and L. I bought a M, and seemed too small. I traded it for a large and seemed too big. I kept the L and ordered a M head liner, which was still a little uncomfortable. The solution was to stretch the M liner over a mini basket ball. Inflate the ball so it is very tight and leave it for a few days. After that it was managable to wear and break in. Aug 16, 2013
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Collin H: I had the same situation with medium to large and was glad I went with the large. The chin strap/ anti roll off system allows for plenty of adjustment to get the snug fit that one wants and the helmet brakes in nicely. Also I do believe the schuberth website advises the up size when on the cusp. GREAT helmet! Hope this is helpful. Aug 24, 2013
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John H: Aloha John, 59.7 must be metric? I measure close to 63 and the XL fits fine. Zilla's exchange policy is very good so why not start with the L and then if need be you can quickly swap it out for the XL. Time 2 Ride Aug 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I plan to place an order for a C3 Pro Hi-Viz. I had my head measured at my local dealership and I'm a 55.5 which is half way between a small and medium size. What size would you recommend I order?...If there is any questions, I guess I could order both and see which fits best and return the other, but I thought I would check.

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Feb 12, 2014
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Algis P: Hi,

Go with the bigger size. I was a half size too and I went with the large. Helmet is awesome you will be so happy with it. Fits a little snug at first but after a few good rides it loosen up a bit. Built in sun visor is so good! I keep my sunglasses in my saddle bags until I park the bike. Trust me you will be very happy with this helmet.

If by some reason its too big Revzilla is awesome, they will take it back and send you the other size.

Ride safe

Cheers,
Feb 18, 2014
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Bill W: That's a tough question.......so, did you try on both size helmets at the dealership? How did they feel and how much movement was there with both? It's a tough call to make, but they way your new helmet fits when you take it out of the box will be different than the way it fits a month from now. Snug is better when new.........It's a tough choice because you don't want to make a mistake with such an expensive helmet.

Good Luck.
Feb 18, 2014
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Robert H: In every other helmet I've worn (Arai, Scorpion and Shoei), a large has fit me perfectly. For the Schuberth, I ordered a large and sent it back the same day for an XL. The large was nowhere near big enough. The good thing about Revzilla is they sent me the new one at no extra charge. Feb 18, 2014
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Bryan P: I am 57cm (7 1/8 US hat size in U. S. mil clothing) and recently purchased a M C3 Pro. It fits perfectly. For comparison, I also wear a size M in Shoei helmets. You could go try on a shoei at your local bike shop and base your decision on that. Feb 18, 2014
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Al A: Thanks for the question. I would definitely go with the medium these helmets fit like a glove if you were a small then small would be the way to go however you are between so a medium is the way to go. Feb 19, 2014
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Leonard E: Greatly depends on the shape of your head, not just the circumference. If you can only order one at a time, start smaller and then return it for a larger size if you need to. Feb 18, 2014
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Rocky S: Based upon my experience with the helmet, I would go with the medium. If you add the communication system you will want the larger size. The helmet is a little snug. Feb 19, 2014
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Sekhar V asked: I tried on this helmet earlier today in a Large and a Medium. The medium felt quite snug to the point where I thought it might be uncomfortable to wear over long periods. The Large felt good but I could feel a very slight 'wiggle'. I just measured myself and I came in at approx. 21.25 - 21.5 inches / 54.5 cm. What do you advise with regards to the sizing of this product? Jan 20, 2014
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Stephen F: I based my sizing on the chart provided on RevZilla. When I originally started using the helmet I was concerned that it was going to be too tight for me. I felt a good amount of pressure on my cheekbone area. I use my motorcycle as my sole form of transport so after doing numerous 150 mile per day rides I can tell you that the helmet has not been uncomfortable. The tightness on the cheeks has loosened to a snug fit. When I turn my head , side to side, it feels like the helmet is part of my body, there's no looseness and no wobble or movement at most any speed that I have traveled at, to this point. I like that.
I have used my old pot to do some short rides to the gym so that I don't put more sweat than necessary on the Schuberth. I feel stupid having taken the chance of using such an ill fitting helmet prior to purchasing the Schuberth.
Looking at your measurements versus the sizing chart it shows you as needing a SM. Based on that recommendation I would certainly not go larger than the M. I don't know if you have any desire to have cell service or the ability to listen to music while you are riding. If you do, I recommend the headset. It works great!
Jan 23, 2014
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Randy L C: Hello Sekhar,

If your head size is what you put in this note, you should probably be in a 'small'. My head is 58 cm I'm wearing a large and it is very comfortable for all day rides. I also have a Schuberth S2 in a large it is borderline to big. Look at Schuberths sizing chart it seems to be pretty accurate. Remember the padding will break in, if it is a little loose now it will be a 'lot' loose after a few rides. Hope this helps.

Randy
Jan 23, 2014
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Joseph D: I purchased this helmet last year, I have a 54 cm head, I have the medium. The helmet will form a bit after being worn for a while, I do still get the hot spot on my forehead but it takes several hours before it bothers me. You can always swap out the internals to customize the shape a little if you find it doesn't form itself after a while. Having a helmet that's even a little loose is never a good idea. Jan 25, 2014
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Bryan G: I would definitely get the smaller, snug size. I've had two Schuberths. The padding will adjust to your head - a snug helmet will feel just right after a few weeks of frequent use - it's worth the intitial discomfort because the bigger one will feel floppy and less protective with time. Jan 23, 2014
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Denny R: If it is too snug up in the middle of your forehead go with the larger size. While the will break in some the Schuberths stay more true to size than any othe high end helmet I own. I believe they offer different cheek pads if the issue is down on your face. Jan 24, 2014
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Paul H: I would go large, mine is XL and has not really slackened off, a tight helmet is not good, been there.
Cheers
Jan 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: What helmets have a similar fit to the C3 Pro? I'm having a hard time finding dealers that carry Schuberth (Toronto) so I can test but want to make sure the helmet fits my head shape. For reference, I used to own a Reevu and that fit my very comfortably. Aug 13, 2013
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Michael G: I'd have to defer to the Revzilla support team on that one. They were able to describe the expected fit to me accurately, and the sizing guide was spot-on. I purchased the helmet knowing that I could return it if it didn't fit (be sure not to use the helmet or remove any labels, e.g., be sure to follow Revzilla guidelines on ensuring return-ability!!

I tried a C3, it was too small around the chin for me (long oval). I returned it and got a full refund from Revzilla. I then ordered the C3 Pro and it fit me very well. I purchased the custom bluetooth neck roll for it right after that, and while the neck roll fits slightly different, it broke in nicely and I am hooked to that functionality (perfect with an iPhone)

Good luck!!

Goose
Aug 13, 2013
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Robert H: I don't know of any that have a similar fit but prior to the C3 Pro I had a Shoei RF-1100 in a large so I ordered the Pro in a large. It was by far too small. I simply packed it back up, called RevZilla and had an XL in just a couple of days. Buy from RevZilla with confidence that if it doesn't fit they will replace it for free. There was no re-stocking fee, nothing.

The XL has quite a large shell. The pads fit my head perfectly and I haven't had a problem with it. I've been riding with it since April, averaging 3 days a week to work and back (2 hour round trip). It's very comfortable, has decent air flow and is quiet. Compared to the RF-1100 it's like a whisper.
Aug 13, 2013
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Algis P: I'm not sure what helmets have a similar fit, sorry. I found a Yahama Dealer in Toronto who carried this helmet .I tried the helmet on and it was a perfect fit for me. I measured at home from what I learned in the Revzilla Video and it was spot on. Revzilla price was about $100 cheaper than the Yahama Dealer. This is a awesome helmet, internal sun visor is great. I would highly recommend this helmet. For me it's safety first and I truly believe this is the best helmet on the market .

Ride Safe,
Aug 13, 2013
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VP1088505 T: Why not wear a balaclava, take some pictures of your head shape, then send it to cs@ revzilla.com

Look for a guy name john strader. I bought my helmet from singapore without trying for a same fit but john's recommendation really put me at awe. Helmet fits perfectly! :D

Goodluck to u!
Aug 13, 2013
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Mark E M: Hello: My name is Mark Miller. I received your inquiry from RevZilla since I bought a Schuberth C3Pro from them last Feb. or Mar. I can't tell you anything about how it sizes compared to any other helmet but I'll gladly tell you my experience. I first bought a regular C3 before I bought my bike (long story). I bought a medium and It seemed to fit beautifully. Then, before I actually used it on a bike, they came out with the C3Pro. Watching the video I decided to trade my regular C3 for the C3Pro. I ordered it in a medium as well. When it arrived, I discovered it was too small. Thanks to RevZilla's return policy I immediately traded it in for a large. I have never regretted it. It couldn't fit better I don't believe. After I put it on I forget it's there. I have worn it for the best part of 8 or 9 hours over the course of a 12 hour ride and it still feels great. Living in GA I have had no trouble with the heat. At less than freeway speeds I leave the visor up with the sunshades down and that keeps the wind out of my eyes just fine. When I'm on the freeway I put the visor down but not quite all the way. The ratchet mechanism on the visor works very well for that. I have never had the wind close it for me. I know this doesn't answer you main question and I apologize for that. I also wish you luck with your investigation. It is a big investment so rates all the 'due diligence' you can give it. I love mine for whatever that's worth to you. Take care. Thanks for the opportunity to share with you one of the better decisions I've made in my life. Sincerely; Mark Miller Aug 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello All:

I have a Shoei RF1000 full face which fits perfectly. Can anyone comment on how the sizing on the C3 Pro compares?
Aug 14, 2014
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Brian J: By the best gear you can afford is how I roll. I rode with (and loved) my RF1000 for years, but I wanted to try the convenience of a modular as I made a little more. I ride a cruiser and sport bike summer winter rain or shine. The C3 Pro is by far lighter, roomier inside, narrower, quieter, and more solidly constructed. Other modulars cramped my neck, leaked, or made weird noises at speed in the airstream. Not the C3 Pro. Optical clarity is better too...including the visor. plus my glasses fit. Shield and liner removal for cleaning is on par but the quality of the C3 is clearly higher and lasting longer so far. I balked at the price, but feel so justified in its PERFORMANCE that it has replaced my RF1000 for ALL rides: spirited on the Hyabusa or cruising to deals gap on the Vision. I'm not a fashion rider, so matt black fit for me. Shoe has WAY better color options and a great lid. But It was#1 and now it's #2. Still better than most other brands protecting for my life. Peace Aug 14, 2014
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Douglas D: I wore a XL Shoei multitec for 5 years. Just recently purchased an XL C3Pro. It's a snug fit by design but after the break in period (for me about 2 weeks - depends on how much you ride) it fits like a glove. Great helmet! Aug 14, 2014
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William C: Sizing is very similar. Aug 14, 2014
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Christopher C: I had a Shoei before my C3 Pro. I'd say the C3 fits similar (as far as a Large Shoei to Large C3). I have a long oval head and get hot spots in both helmets if I wear them too long, so I'm guessing the fit is standard head size too. The C3 Pro Liner was adjusted to give a little more head room up front, so you'll probably find it a more comfortable fit than the Shoei. Aug 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will the C3 Pro accommodate my Cardo Scala? Apr 25, 2014
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Michael M: I am uncertain if you can mount the Cardo but I was able to mount a Chatter Box Slim. The helmets left side has the cable from the retractable sun visor that makes it a bit challenging. I just moved my mount rearward just to get by the cable without interfering with its function. I feel that any mount that clamps to the side will have the same challenge. I have ridden with my chatterbox and did not mind the rearward positioning of it at all. Apr 25, 2014
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Dustin H: I wouldn't say it's impossible, but the C3 has neck padding which will make it a challenge. I have a Sena BT system that I haven't installed because of that reason. You could always go with the system that Schuberth offers. I understand wanting to use the system you already have since the one from Schuberth is really spendy. Apr 25, 2014
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Michael H: Not Sure. It is a great helmet though... Sorry I can't be of more help to you. Apr 25, 2014
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Doug J: I use the Sena headset with no problem Apr 25, 2014
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Chang L asked: I've been wearing C3 Pro for about 6 months and wind noise and some strange noise is killing me.
When I turn my head to right over the shoulder - makes a loud sharp siren noise. (turning my head to left makes no noise at all)
Even when I put screen up, high enough to air goes over the helmet, wind noise is so loud.
Wearing XL.

Anybody have a similar or same issue?
Feels like I wasted $800.00
Apr 21, 2014
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Bill W: I've had my C3 Pro for about a week and just returned home from a 1,200 mile trip. All I can say is that for me, the C3 Pro is the most incredible helmet I've ever worn. I wear custom molded earplugs with speakers and I can enjoy music at all speeds.

I ride an R1200GS and it's interesting to note, that while sitting behind my Vstream windshield in the high position, some wind and buffeting noise is there. When I bring the windshield to the lowest position, wind and buffeting noise is greatly reduced. When I stand on the pegs to stretch, wind and buffeting noise is totally gone! I'm looking at smaller windshields.
Apr 28, 2014
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Chang L: Robert,appreciate your reply~
But for me; Yes, I do push it all the way until it "Clicked".
I spoke with Schuberth service Rep, Phill, he said bring it down to their office in Aliso Viejo, which is the best way to find out the problem.
I found out that my neck pad wire is not tucked in all the way, and Phill said noise may come from the neck pad, vent or product defect.
I will bring it down soon~
Apr 27, 2014
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Robert H: I had this same issue and noticed that when I would turn far enough the visor would flip itself up. Are you closing the visor all the way, until it "clicks" shut? I didn't notice that it shut like that until a few rides after purchasing it. Apr 25, 2014
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Mark E M: Hello Chang: I've had my C3Pro for just over a year and I have had no such problem. In fact, I have had no problems at all. I would make a warranty inquiry if I were you. That shouldn't happen. Good luck. Apr 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I've read people's comments saying modular helmets are, by their nature, noisier than solid/non-modular full face helmets. But, all the literature on the C3 touts its low noise levels. Are these low levels low relative to other modular helmets, or all helmets? How does it compare to the Arai RX-Q in terms on noise levels? Oct 9, 2013
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scott k: I have never used the particular Arai helmet that you are asking about so sorry no comment there. I can tell that I have ridden for almost 4 decades in helmets and this is my first Schuberth and it is amazing. Amazingly comfortable, quiet, and the Bluetooth is a wonderful upgrade then having that cord always attracted. This helmet is seriously quiet and I doubt that this Arai is as quiet and nice. Anyway, this is my first customer opinion question that I have ever taken the time to be involved with and answer just because I love this c3 helmet. They do not give them away but how often do you buy a helmet. Well worth the money Oct 9, 2013
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Thomas G: My Schuberth C3 PRO is not as quiet as my old Arai Signet GT, but just slightly louder. If you open the chin vent with no wind screen on the bike it just ROARS. With a wind screen on the bike the Schuberth is only slightly louder when opening the chin vent, odd but true.

There are many things I like about Schuberth, you asked about noise.

Mike
Oct 9, 2013
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Sean M: I have a couple RX-Qs, which are great, as well as a C3 and C3 Pro. They are all about equally quiet. I wear ear plugs. Cheapest and best way to reduce wind noise. C3's built in sun visor is nice when riding in bright and dark conditions. That and other features make C3 a better long-distance touring helmet than RX-Q. Oct 9, 2013
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Adrian G: I've had many street and dirt helmets in the last 30 years, and I've mostly worn Arai. My last street helmet was the Arai Corsair V. Six months ago I purchased the Schuberth C3 Pro and it is, by far, the quietest helmet I have ever owned. Oct 10, 2013
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A S asked: I tried prior model C3 (not pro version) and fits ok on the top part of the head and front head but to tight on jaw. I understand that C3 pro has available narrow cheek pads. Are this cheek pads to solve this problem?
If so, please confirm if you can ship the helmet with narrow pads with or without additional cost.
thanks
Gilberto Arosemena
Jul 14, 2014
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Joseph R: The C3 Pro is more of a long oval shape than the C3. If the C3 is comfortable for you, you might not like the Pro version. Why not try replacing the cheek pads in the C3? Something else to consider, the cheek pads will break in over time. You might allow the C3 to break in for a while before you do anything to it. Jul 15, 2014
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A S: Thanks Joseph,
you mean that if C3 was to tight on my cheek and jaws, the C3 pro will be worst?
thanks in advance for your response
Gilberto Jul 15, 2014
David B: If you bought a small or medium helmet,you can order the cheek pads for a large helmet separately. These are thinner and will give you more cheek room. I had the same problem as you and this solved my fit problem. Jul 15, 2014
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A S: thanks David. I did not explained the whole thing yesterday. sorry for that. I don't have the helmet yet. I will like to purchase an C3 Pro Size XL and Hi Viz y light green if posible and will like the thinest or narrower cheek pads available.
Can you assist me with this purchase?
thanks
Gilberto Jul 15, 2014
Clarence T: I have found the C3 pro fit to have loosened up just right after a few days of break in. Mine was tight in the forehead when brand new. Best helmet to date. Good ventilation in Phoenix summer heat. Good quality sturdy components.

I did return the speakers and mic. Poor quality sound in my opinion for music. The speakers are okay for cell phone and bike to bike however. I used the refund for SHURE 535 ear buds that I wear in the C3 pro with all day comfort. I have a concert in the helmet quality music with this quiet design helmet.
Jul 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: I helmet is almost $800 and that doesn't include the bluetooth comms??? I thought the proprietary bluetooth system was integrated into the helmet? Jul 14, 2014
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Mark E M: Hello: My name is Mark and I have been asked to reply to your question since I have a C3 Pro helmet and have had for over a year. To answer your question, the bluetooth communicator is a separate item. What is built into the helmet is an antenna. If you pop for the Schuberth communicator, it connects to the antenna. It is another buncha $. So, it is a heluvan investment. Overall, I'm very happy with the setup. (I have both.) The helmet is the most comfortable I've ever worn. I love the fact that the communicator is built into the neck roll, replacing the one that came with the helmet so there is nothing hanging off the side. I've also found it easy to operate with gloves on. Having said that, if I had to do it all over again I would not have bought the communicator. I have a new RT with the audio system and I found out that I can't have the radio playing and the navigator talking to me at the same time. That's a disappointment especially considering what it cost. The helmet itself is everything they claim IMO. I love it. I hope I have answered your question and it helps. Jul 16, 2014
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David B: No, that is a $400.00 optional item. I am very pleased with my C3 Pro, of the 10 helmets i've owned this is by far the best. Yes it is expensive. Jul 15, 2014
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Joseph R: Nope, just the blue tooth antenna is included with the helmet. Jul 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: just bought a harley ultra limited, looking for a good helmet, i have a 3/4 helmet , gives me a headache but i can hear the bikes stereo really well. how hot are the modular helmets? and can you still hear the stereo? what about fogging up? the Schuberth sounds like a nice helmet, but i dont know anything about them. any other information would be helpful . thank you Jun 18, 2014
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LARRY E: I wear the c3 pro and love it. Helmets are very subjective to individual riders. I have a round to round oval shaped head. The c3 fits me well. If you are more of an oval shape it will not work as well for you. Watch the videos on this site about dozing and shapes. There are several good videos here and YouTube to help you determine your shape. The c3 is everything schuberth advertises it to be. Good luck, and safe riding.
See you out there
Jun 19, 2014
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LARRY E: I wear the c3 pro and love it. Helmets are very subjective to individual riders. I have a round to round oval shaped head. The c3 fits me well. If you are more of an oval shape it will not work as well for you. Watch the videos on this site about dozing and shapes. There are several good videos here and YouTube to help you determine your shape. The c3 is everything schuberth advertises it to be. Good luck, and safe riding.
See you out there
Jun 19, 2014
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scott k: I love the helmet. One of the major elements is that it is a very quiet helmet. I do not think that a exterior speaker system is the way to go. I have the internal speakers Bluetooth no wires from the bike into th helmet. It's a beautiful thing. Jun 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have pre-ordered the Sena 20s communication system but like this helmet. Will the Sena 20s fit on this Shuberth C3 Pro helmet and function? If so are you able to use the wired mike instead of the boom? Or must you use the Shuberth C3 Pro SRC communication system with this helmet? If so, how does it compare to the Sena 20s which has the 4.0 Bluetooth and some nice vox commands? May 20, 2014
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Colin D: You can use other manufacturers Comms. I have Sena, but you need to use the boom, as Richard states. The wired mic won't work if you plan to lift the chinbar. You will have to use the adhesive mount due to the way the neck roll covers the EPS liner and the shell. You can get the wires to feed through but the clamp is too big and will compromise the neck roll. The adhesive mount is very secure, I have mounted two Sena units on two C3 Pro's and have experienced no issues. Removing the neck roll is a little tricky the first time, after you figure it out, it is quick and easy and goes right back on! ENJOY! Hope this helps. C Jul 2, 2014
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Richard W: It will fit and you can use the boom mic that fits inside the cheek pad
It's very easy to fit - you'll need to use the adhesive pad to attach the sena rather than the clamp
May 20, 2014
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Ernesto G: I don't know about the Sena. But I use the uclear without a boom and it works well for me. Love the helmet. Very comfortable. Worth the price. May 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: What are the key spec on the Arai Signet Q vs. Schuberth C3 Pro... Weight, noise level, head shape? Jun 25, 2014
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Manuel J A: Regret to say I do't have The Arai SignetQ....I do have (2) Schuberth C3 Pro, first one which I purchased on-line from Great Britain...both C3 Pro fits well on me, it's not light nor heavy, right from the box was comfort-fit, wind noise with ear plugs very minimal even at interstate speed, audio with the Snea system, is excellent bike to bike. Jun 26, 2014
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Christopher C: The Signet Q is for long oval heads. It fits me better than the C3 Pro but the Arai is MUCH noisier than the C3 Pro. I have both helmets. The Arai is more comfortable on long rides but a lot noisier. The C3 Pro is preferable in all other riding situations, especially with the flip down sun visor. Aug 16, 2014
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Matthew H asked: I just received my C3 Pro and I have a question on sizing. I measured at 59.4 almost 59.5 and from all the reviews and QA's I read it suggested I order the XL. Now I cannot tell if the XL is too big or not. There seems to be a little wiggle room in it. I cant fit any fingers in the front or sides. I can sneak some fingers into the back of the helmet but from the manual it seems there should be room at the bottom back of the helmet. The helmet is comfortable as can be though!! Is this helmet too big? Any insights would be helpful because I would hate to spend this amount of money only to find out weeks from now, it is too big. May 7, 2014
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scott k: Hey,
I bought a c3 pro last year about this time and I was between a medium and a large. I ended up ordering both and tried them on and the truth was that either one would fit and this just confused me more. I ended up going with the large and have no regrets. To my mind the lining has not compressed really at all and the helmet fits almost identical as it did when I first got it. So I can not tell you how it will fit in 3 or 5 or 10 years but I am happy after one. I hope this helps .scott
May 7, 2014
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David J: I would recommend the new helmet to be a little snug. It will loosen up after you wear it a couple of times..... May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: I understand the C3 pro has a built in antenna but wIll an SRC-System in a C3 fit and work in a C3 pro ? Jan 30, 2014
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Jeffrey C: Hello, I love the helmet. Worn it in every weather condition and can't say enough about it except, I have no idea about the communication system. So sorry but, the helmet is worth every penny. Jan 30, 2014
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Jonathan L: I believe Schuberth sells a different SRC system for the C3 Pro. Jan 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: I ride a Yamaha R1 mostly on highway, city and no tracks and I'm thinking going modular this season. I was wondering, would you recommend this helmet for R1 street ride or is it made for touring mostly?
Thanks.
Feb 5, 2013
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Dorky: yes, great aerodynamics, wind noise is very minimal, it's small, light and it looks very incognito, that is, if incognito and safety is what you are looking for Apr 11, 2013
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Bandit1jono: Hi there,
personally i think that type of helmet depends on the rider, i have a mate that rides a daytona 675r that loves the modular helmet, just because it suits his style and being able to flip up the face and chat while stopped or get the extra breeze...
myself, i prefer the standard full face helmets, i also rode an r1 for some time and i preffered the slightly quieter helmet because of long highway trips and after a reasonably serious crash which resulted in a big blow to the jaw area i dont feel too comfortable with something that isn'r 100% fixed into position if you know what i mean.
but yeah, in the end it totally depends on the buyer and what look they like, what sort of comfort and convenience they're after. make sure you try one on first, my friend had almost convinced me but as soon as i put one on it turned me off completely but others swear by them...
Feb 18, 2013
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Ralph M asked: Will the non-coated drop down sun visor for the C3 Pro fit in my C3? I just bought the C3 version for my helmet from you but would prefer the non-coated version if it fits.

Thanks, Ralph
Apr 20, 2014
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Peter A: Sorry, I would like to help you but unfortunately I have never owned a C3 helmet so couldn't tell you the answer. Apr 21, 2014
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Ralph M: Sorry, thought I was emailing to the store Apr 21, 2014
A shopper asked: I'm trying to plan ahead here - what top case will a 2XL C3 Pro fit in? I have to imagine that it might be limited to only large 50+ liter cases? Does anyone know? Mar 30, 2014
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Bryan G: Big case only. May 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: My head size is 59.5 cms., In most of my helmets as I have large, as I have seen several comments that the town tends to be small, to what extent woul May 18, 2013
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Joseph D: I am 57.75 and due to the comments made ordered a large. It was too big after sending it back for a medium, although just a bit snug it fits very well. I may purchase the comfort cheekpads if it doesnt loosen. I would go with a large. May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the total weight of this helmet? May 4, 2013
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RevZilla: The weight of a size MD Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet is approximately 3.9lbs. May 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a Sena SMH-5, is installation possible with the C3 Pro? It looks as though the sun screen slider might be in the area where the SMH-5 would be attached. Feb 26, 2013
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RevZilla: The C3 could accommodate an SMH-5 or 10. You will likely need to use its adhesive mount as the internal sun shield mechanism would interfere with clamp mount placement. The Schuberth C3 Pro SRC System is also available, and was designed specifically for the C3 Pro. Feb 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are the interior sun visor and lining interchangeable with each other? What is the weight in grsms? Feb 18, 2013
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RevZilla: The Interior Linings of both the Schuberth C3 and S2 are interchangeable with each other. Different Cheek Pads and Neckrolls are used, which cannot be interchanged. The internal drop down Sun Visor is the same on both the C3 and S2, making them interchangeable as well. As to weight, the C3 weighs in at 1650 grams, where as the S2 comes in at 1565 grams. Feb 19, 2013
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A shopper asked: Any word if the shield for the C3 Pro might work on the regular C3? I'd love to have a city position opening that would stay open on my C3. Feb 18, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, you will be able to use the 3 detente C3 Pro shield on the standard C3, giving you the city position. Feb 18, 2013
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Schuberth Helmet Sizing

Size Measurement (cm)
XXS 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.

Click here to see the full Schuberth Helmets Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM (54/55) 880602 4377014360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD (56/57) 880601 4377015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG (58/59) 880599 4377016360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL (60/61) 880600 4377017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL (62/63) 880580 4377018360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 3XL (64/65) 880581 4377019360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / SM (54/55) 882615 4377114360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / MD (56/57) 882616 4377115360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / LG (58/59) 882617 4377116360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / XL (60/61) 882618 4377117360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / 2XL (62/63) 882619 4377118360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / 3XL (64/65) 882620 4377119360 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / SM (54/55) 880605 4371014360 Available: Requires 4-6 business days processing time prior to shipment.
White / MD (56/57) 880604 4371015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / LG (58/59) 880603 4371016360 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / XL (60/61) 880570 4371017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / 2XL (62/63) 880569 4371018360 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / 3XL (64/65) 880571 4371019360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / SM (54/55) 880597 4376014360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / MD (56/57) 880607 4376015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / LG (58/59) 880606 4376016360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / XL (60/61) 880578 4376017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / 2XL (62/63) 880577 4376018360 Available: Requires 4-6 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Silver / 3XL (64/65) 880579 4376019360 In Stock: Ships next business day