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Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet
  • Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet - Black/Silver
  • Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet - Black/Silver
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Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet

The Schuberth S2 arrives after years of extensive engineering. The ultra-quiet S2 spent hundreds of hours in Schuberth's aero-acoustic wind tunnel to ensure optimum aerodynamics with reduced drag and lift for the quietest possible performance. Schuberth's industry-leading triple-matrix shell allows the Schuberth S2 to be significantly lighter while still providing outstanding ventilation and comfort.

General Features:

  • Compact and lightweight Triple Matrix Shell
  • Antibacterial, hypo-allergenic microfiber liner
  • Extremely quiet <85db at 65 mph
  • Integrated, drop-down sun visor
  • Fog-free Pinlock dual lens system shield and lens included
  • Patented Anti-Roll-Off-System (AROS)
  • Integrated 31 inch FM antenna and Bluetooth receiver antenna greatly improves range and reception for the optional (sold separately) fully-integrated SRCS Bluetooth communication system
  • 2 shell sizes
  • Exceeds ECE and DOT standards
  • 5 year warranty


  • Glass fiber is pressed at high temperature under high pressure and the addition of special resin in vacuum to a helmet shell with exceptionally high strength 
  • The helmet shell made of special EPS foam is designed to optimize the shock absorption properties 
  • EPS features optimized impact absorption properties by using a complex multi-density foam


  • COOLMAX ® interior, fully removable and washable
  • Optimized seat shape
  • Skeletonized for effective ventilation
  • Allergen-free and Antibacterial
  • Interchangeable comfort cheek pads and liner padding
  • Micro-Lock ratchet strap


  • Pinlock ® faceshield ensures a condensation-free view
  • City setting cracks the faceshield slightly
  • Easy change visor mechanism allows for extremely fast and easy faceshield replacement
  • Tool-less shield replacement

AROS Anti-Roll-Off-System:

Specially developed by Schuberth, the AROS is a safety feature which, in case of an accident, ensures the chin strap is closed and properly adjusted.

  • The helmet can not rotate off the head from behind
  • Smaller tilt angle of contact between the chin of the helmet and the chin or neck of the rider
  • The consequences of accidental contact with the chest of the helmet can be reduced

Note: Helmet ships with clear faceshield only.

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 Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Silver / SM (54/55) 935474 4329624360 Out of Stock
Black/Silver / MD (56/57) 935475 4329625360 Out of Stock
Black/Silver / LG (58/59) 935476 4329626360 Out of Stock
Black/Silver / XL (60/61) 935477 4329627360 Out of Stock
Black/Silver / 2XL (62/63) 935478 4329628360 Out of Stock
Black/Silver / 3XL (64/65) 935479 4329629360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Blue/Red / SM (54/55) 935468 4329124360 Out of Stock
White/Blue/Red / MD (56/57) 935469 4329125360 Out of Stock
White/Blue/Red / LG (58/59) 935470 4329126360 Out of Stock
White/Blue/Red / XL (60/61) 935471 4329127360 Out of Stock
White/Blue/Red / 2XL (62/63) 935472 4329128360 Out of Stock
White/Blue/Red / 3XL (64/65) 935473 4329129360 Out of Stock


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Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet 4.2 5 111 111
Not blown away by the venting Airflow from chin vents is great; however, from top vents I find it barely noticeable. One of the plastic rivets that button down the black spoiler that runs along the lower edge of the helmet broke off. I don't know how - it was not dropped. I resolved it with a plastic rivet from my local hardware store. Graphic design is OK, maybe too understated for me. Feel of materials inside the helmet is very nice. It is plush and comfy. Look at sizing guide carefully - slightly different from other brands. November 20, 2015
Really like this helmet Last year, after wearing an Arai RX-Q for three years, I shopped around for a new helmet; narrowing my selection to either a Shoei GT-Air or a Schuberth S2, I chose the Shoei based on reviews and advice from Revzilla on sizing. I like the Shoei and am happy I bought it, and retired the Arai to it's box. But seeing the S2 on sale recently (I bought the SRC system on sale as well) I again contacted Revzilla about sizing and made a purchase. Note that I would not have purchased the S2 and SRC system had they not both been on sale; at the time of purchase my GT-Air was just shy of a year old. I have used the S2 exclusively for the last six weeks and these are my observations: I really like this helmet! (Adding the SRC system just makes it better! But that's in the other review.) I find the S2 very comfortable and I like the ratcheting chin-strap closure. I did have to trial-and-error my way to a comfortable setting and positioning of the latch. The helmet is plenty light-weight and I find the aerodynamics to be excellent for cutting through the air and really steady at hiway speeds. I like the drop-down sun visor, and it's slider is easy to find and operate. The faceshield is easy to operate and change and is a big eye-port. I also like that many manufacturers are including a Pinlock lens as nothing works better for anti-fog. Ventilation seems really good though I won't likely see a truly hot day for some months yet. The vents are easy to operate, but the chin vent requires me to be mindful of inadvertantly operating it when raising the faceshield or locking it closed. Additionally, I find Schuberth's claim of the rider not noticing the small amount of air entering through the chin vent when closed to be false ... at least in colder weather I feel the helmet is rather "breezy" across my face when the vents are closed. I intend to experiment with blocking the exhaust vents and chin vent, in the closed position, to mitigate the breeziness, but only in colder weather. I like the styling of the helmet, and the quality looks and feels top-notch! Though the claim of "compact" in size seems to me to be completely untrue, I find the S2 to be comparable in size the my GT-Air - my Arai being the smallest without question - and hardly big enough for me to think anything of it's size. "Numbers don't lie", but being quiet is open to interpretation as I find all helmets to be noisy. But i will concede this helmet is easily less noisy that my Arai, and edges my Shoei as well. I do have a single nit-pick involving the SRC system: with the SRC system installed this helmet is rather tall when taking into consideration the neckroll and spoiler. What the tallness does is not protrude up higher but down; wearing a high-necked jacket (beneficial for comfort in colder weather) causes the SRC neckroll to drag on my jacket when turning my head when my hands are on the grips. When I sit up tall the dragging is minmal, but in a typical riding position it is an annoyance. For me this is not a deal-breaker but it is annoying. I did not notice this for the two weeks I did not have the SRC system installed, but I did not wear a high-necked jacket during that time. It seems clear the additional depth of the SRC neckroll is the issue. I would buy this helmet ( and SRC system) again. October 27, 2015
Great quality, fit and price This is obviously a high quality, top-of-the-line sport/touring helmet. I probably would not have purchased this helmet at full price, but the sale price is impossible to pass up. This review is about fit because I do not agree with the many reviews that describe this helmet as too small. I have a slightly narrow 59.5 cm head. The S2 is a neutral shape between narrow and oval. It's sizing is, in fact, small (a Large S2 measures as a Medium for most helmets), but it's true to the Schuberth sizing chart. I am at the very top end of a Schuberth "Large" measurement (58-59) and so I bought it expecting to have a tight fit that would need to be worn in. The first time I put it on I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was not painful or very difficult to get past the neck collar (follow the instructions!). The helmet is snug, but not overly tight or uncomfortable at all. I expect that with more time in the helmet it will only become more and more comfortable. If you don't know your head shape, I highly recommend trying on some Icon, Arai, Shoei and/or Schuberth helmets because they all have distinct shapes that will show you what shape fits you best. November 27, 2015
Overall- a great helmet Quiet enough at high speeds. The fold down tinted lense is perfect for riding home when the sun is in your eyes and flipping up once it's dark. Well ventilated. No fog issues. Fits a little small but mostly when putting it on or getting it off due to the neck area being so tight. Would definitely recommend November 25, 2015
Loudest helmet I ever owned! I bought the S2 excited about all the "quiet" claims. As soon as I put on for the first ride I was gutted! My 150$ AGV and Open Face Shark RSJ are miles quieter than the S2!! It's very loud, even with earplugs! After a lot trial and error, it's clear the noise is caused by wind passing under the helmet, so the only way to quiet things down is wrap a scarf around your neck. With that, it become pretty calm! That however is not a practical solution as in Dubai temperatures are never below 85 degrees! I must be fair and say the fit and finish of the S2 are superb! If it's quiet you're looking for and you live in a hot climate, look somewhere else. November 22, 2015
A very high quality item that shouldn't disappoint the hardest to please. I had been looking at the Schuberth helmets for quite some time and a recent article by another website (http://lanesplitter.jalopnik.com/) pushed the envelope in purchasing this helmet over my older Shoei RF-1100. The Shoei had 2 season's but I recently took a low side and there was some scuffs on the helmet and I wanted to make sure if I needed it again that it would do it's job. Highlights on this helmet are numerous. Pinlock shield, built in visor, 2 handed visor tabs to open and close, reflective, comfortable liner, chin spoiler, neutral appearance etc... The ECE rating is what really pushed me over the edge along with the testing ability that Schuberth has that most other companies don't not to mention they are open on their findings. Helmets still have a long way to go before there are any real technical break through's but this helmet definitely comes with a piece of mind. Head checks get little to no lift and overall the helmet is pretty quiet. I don't think it's much quieter than other premium level Street specific lids because at 70mph there is a pretty high decibel rating no matter. I always wear earplugs that reduce 32db so it's kind of a non issue for me in that department. I wore a medium in Shoei and Arai and found the Medium to be about the same for the Shuberth S2. The cheek pads are more snug for sure but that adds to less movement and is very tolerable. I would call it a bit more Race fit. There are other pads to get the fit taylored if needed. As always Revzilla delivered (ha ha ha) and offered a great helmet at an even better price than normal with the current discount. The level of quality and detail will not disappoint you in this helmet especially give in the current sale price. I like it so much I've put a SR-1 in my wish list for a track specific helmet down the road. November 18, 2015
Excellent Fit and Finish Prior helmet was the N104. This felt good from the get go, very comfortable. A little tight in the beginning but this is normal. I am very happy with the quietness of the helmet and the fit and finish is excellent. Shipped and delivered on time. I have owned a Japanese, American, Italian and now German made helmet. This has been my favorite so far. November 16, 2015
Great overall helmet The helmet fits well and is comfortable. It is a little hard to get on and off do to the tight neck roll, not a big deal tho. The helmet is MUCH quieter with the use of the supplied chin wind guard. November 16, 2015
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Schuberth S2 Ghost Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
B I: I have only owned Arai helmets (safety first). Both were the Profile model. They were very comfortable and well made. I did the research to see what could be a good replacement. The top 3 were the Schuberth S2, Arai Signet-Q and Schoei RF-1200. The best and safest helmets in the market, in my opinion. I tried the three models, size XL, 24"-61cm, for fit. The S2 won! Oct 13, 2015
George G: This helmet was a perfect match with the BMW racing colors on my K1300S. In addition, I wanted a full face helmet versus my flip Schuberth for use on this go fast bike versus my CVO Harley. Oct 5, 2015
Tim G: best price i have ever seen on this quality of a helmet
Thanks Revzilla!
Sep 26, 2015
Luis C: For Quality Sep 11, 2015
" ": I was about to buy a shoei GT-AIR and change my mind to the schuberth. I think they are pure close to each other, but the price deal of the schuberth make a lot diference to me. Sep 9, 2015
W I: I am hoping it fits my head better than the C3 Aug 30, 2015
Mark S: This is the best helmet I have purchased. It is light and love the chin strap release. I will hopefully be purchasing the communication system for it soon. Aug 19, 2015
Anthony I: Low sound. Features. Also like Arai RX-Q. Schuberth has cool graphic and is now on sale. Aug 4, 2015
Michael H: I have been looking at this helmet for a while. The sale price make me buy it immediately. Jul 20, 2015
andrew b: for the known high quality of the Schuberth line of helmets May 20, 2015
T A: Looking forward to improved wind reduction both for noise and reducing drag resistance in a versatile street/track helmet. Jan 25, 2015
Christopher B: Upgrading from a Shoei Quest. I was on the fence between Shoei GT Air and Schuberth S2. What sold me on the Schuberth was the inner lining comfort was superior, and Schuberth has a "Mobility Program" (check the website for more details), which offers a 2/3 cost replacement helmet, if damaged in a crash. Both flow excellent amounts of air, and my head shape was more suited to the Schuberth (pinched ear-tops in the Shoei GT AIR/Quest.) Thanks, Anthony for the vid reviews on both! W00ty w00t5! May 9, 2014
Nicholas L: I purchased this helmet as a replacement for an Arai RX-Q helmet. I was more impressed with the fit after trying both the Arai and a 2013 Schuberth side by side. I was also impressed with the new Shuberth graphic after seeing an article and video from webbikeworld at the AIMExpo show.

love the look of the white/blue/red BMW Motorsport look!
Feb 21, 2014
CJ Y asked: Does this helmet comes with Pinlock lens insert? I recently purchased one and the inner lens insert was not installed. Oct 18, 2015
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Kyle T: The installed face shield IS pinlock ready and my helmet came with a pinlock lens which was very easy to install. Oct 19, 2015
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Stephanie G: Yes it does come with the insert. You just have to install it yourself, which isn't hard to do. Oct 19, 2015
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Jim T: The pinlock lens comes with the helmet but is not installed. Oct 18, 2015
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Jim T: The pinlock lens comes with the helmet but is not installed. Oct 18, 2015
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William H: Yes it does. It's not installed but you get it. Oct 19, 2015
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Matthew E asked: Has anybody tried throwing a sena smh 10 on here? Would it fit with the neck roll? Sep 27, 2015
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K L: It barely fits, but I did throw one on. However, the neck roll will not clip in the side with the Sena attached. I still use the neck roll, and it works fine, it just doesn't clip in on that side so the plastic ring is exposed. Sep 28, 2015
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Max R: It dose fit but it is complicated and time consuming. They really want you to use their brand. I still use the sena though Sep 28, 2015
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William H: I've managed to get the Sena 20 installed. Works great Oct 19, 2015
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andrew b: Sorry but I have no idea Sep 27, 2015
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othoniel f asked: Hey,is this helmet prescription glasses friendly,and does it only except it's own communication system? Aug 17, 2015
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Bradford K: I bought this helmet end of May, and very much like it. Well, as well as one can like a helmet!

I cannot answer the second part of the question about communications systems compatibility, and can only indirectly give you an idea on the first part of your question: Mine is a snug fit and thus I have not worn it with sunglasses, much less prescription glasses, so I cannot directly answer your question. It does have the internal tinted lens you can drop down which serves a similar purpose to sunglasses, such that I have not needed to try wearing actual glasses while wearing the S2 Ghost. I would think if this is a big concern you'd want to either size up a bit, or try on some other Schuberth at a local store with your glasses to know before ordering one online. Wish I could be more help.
Aug 17, 2015
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Mark S: I can answer the first part. I wear sunglasses and when riding directly into the sun in the morning I've dropped the built in sun shield without hitting my sunglasses. I would think prescription glasses would not be a problem. I don't know about the communication system but seems another brand should still work. I've owned Shoei helmets mostly but this is the nicest helmet I've owned. The face shield goes off and on much easier than my Shoei's and I like the chin strap system better. Aug 17, 2015
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Anthony I: I can't comment on the communication system, but I can wear my prescription glasses with the helmet without problems - even with the built in sun shades. Aug 17, 2015
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andrew b: Although it does not have cutouts for eyeglasses I found it easy to use with mine as for the comm.system that I don't know I don't use one andy b Aug 17, 2015
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Robert S asked: Just bought this helmet and I love how light it is and the look! The helmet is a large and it's snug but after riding for about 30 mins. It's pretty tight against my forehead. I don't think this is something that's going to wear w/ time and become comfortable. Anyone else have this issue? Sep 13, 2015
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Michael H: No issue with me. This helmet may not be right for your head as I find I can't wear many models myself. Probably won't get better. Sep 13, 2015
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Donald O: I have an extra large. It feels good all day long. Sep 14, 2015
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