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Schuberth S2 Helmet

The all-new 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

Shell:

  • 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

Interior:

  • 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

Faceshield:

  • 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.

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Schuberth S2 Helmet 4.1 5 21 21
Quietest Helmet Yet & Super Comfortable I have had arai, agv and shoei helmets and this one is a cut above all of them. I don't know the specifics about helmet engineering, but this one just feels like it cuts through the wind so neatly, and though there is still some wind noise, it's so much quieter than my other helmets, I can go longer without getting fatigued by the sound. It feels so secure on my head, without feeling tight. The interior is soft and though it is harder to get on because of the noise reducing pads, once on it's the most comfortable helmet I've ever owned. Also, I live in Hawaii and have not once felt hot in it even on sunny days. Air flow is very good, better even at fast speeds. So glad I put out the extra cash for this one. For me it's worth every dollar. It's like my other helmets were average reliable cars and this one is a high end brand new Mercedes or BMW ... March 10, 2014
Quiet, Cool Weather Helmet One of the quietest helmets I have used in terms of wind noise. Also very warm for cold weather riding. I guess part of the reason for this is the padding - I found the cheek pads supplied with my size Large to be so tight they were affecting my vision! After six months of use and waiting for it to fully break in, it is apparent they aren't going to ease up any with wear. Fortunately, you can swap out different size internal pads to tailor the fit, and am hoping a pair of XL pads ordered from Revzilla will improve the overall comfort of this helmet. Because of the padding layout, this is not a good helmet choice for temperatures over about 80F, but is great for cooler weather. I find that peripheral vision is not as good as with some other helmet profiles, and I find it more difficult to rotate my head enough to do proper lane checks. All that said, still my favorite lid for the cooler half of the year. February 13, 2014
performs as advertised I bought this helmet after getting a sore neck on long trips with my arai. I tested this helmet out on a 7000 mile ride to alaska and it was like night and day...no sore neck anymore, much quieter and inside sunvisor was very helpful. This helmet fits tight but that is how they cut down on the wind noise. Taking the visor on and off is a breeze and makes cleaning a snap. Highly recommend. September 9, 2013
Great helmet with some niggles I've had this helmet for three months and rode over a thousand miles with it. Overall I'm satisfied with this purchase. When I ride I do so with earplugs. My previous helmet was a Shoei X-Eleven and the S2 is much quieter. Others have complained about wind noise behind a wind screen and can't comment since my ride is a sport bike with little wind protection. I definately lean forward into the wind and find the noise level to be quiet. The airflow is decent but could be better. There are two holes from the top vent that are occluded by two flaps. With the flaps folded forward the holes are still blocked by the liner. This is a surprising oversight by Schuberth. Airflow on the forehead is great but is blocked when the visor is down. When riding in heavy crosswinds the S2 is less stable than the X-11 and it's large rear spoiler. The S2 has a larger-than-normal shell. I have the white version and worry that I look like the a**holes from the movie Spaceballs. Google it. The ratchet strap is very easy to use but not very comfortable against the neck. A d-ring strap would have been a better choice. The S2 is a very plush and comfortable helmet that gets much easier to take on and off the more you wear it. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again. September 1, 2013
Great helmet, but probably not for everyone I have been wearing the Schuberth S2 for over 4 months now. Great fit (however, very snug), as it takes a few months of wearing it to get to the point you can take it on and off easily. Makes you feel safe and secure though. It isn't as quiet as my Shoei Qwest, but still pretty good. And the Schuberth aerodynamics are MUCH better for I never feel as if my head is being blow around when a truck passes by like I did with the Shoei. Sun visor is one of the main reasons I bought this. At first it didn't seem to come down low enough but now I'm use to it and don't even notice. Plus I think I like the fact that my instrument panel remains below the sun visor it is not shaded (probably by design ... those Germans think of everything). The FM radio alone is worth the extra money spent on the communications collar. This was another big selling point for me as the tecky in me wants another cool toy to play with. This is a premium, high-end helmet. So if you have the money to spend this is what you want, but if you're more economically conscience, you can probably get more bang for your buck on lower-end helmets. However, I doubt you will ever find another helmet that fits as well as a Schuberth! Rides: 2012 Harley-Davidson Night Rod Special (VRSCDX) August 29, 2013
The S2 is a loud helmet, do not buy! Hi, I bought a Schuberth S2 to replace my AGV Stealth SV. The soul reason to replace the AGV was because of the noise. I bought the Schubert after reading many good reviews and advice from the sales person. The Helmet performance very good in all aspects... accept noise. I wear custom made earplugs and still I cannot bear to ride it, it literally rings my ears! The helmet has a loud "howl". This is a helmet issue, I am sure of it! The only way to get rid of the noise is to tilt your head way back. I tried riding with other windscreens (even riding without one), all types of neck wear. If I stand up and lift my head way above the wind screen, the noise is still there, it is always there. Only tilting my head back (or riding with my hand on the back of the helmet or below my chin makes it remotely quiet). If I could exchange it for a paper box on my head I think I will..... Other features of this helmet are top notch. The helmet is very stable in any kind of wind. The vision is very good, ventilation is very good. I have the black version with the white strips, it totally looks the part, a clean and aggressive look. The helmet is near perfect..however, the noise is a 600+ euro deal breaker (even with earplugs)... August 12, 2013
A quieter helmet can be had for much less I own a Nolan 103 modular and ride a BMW K1200GT. On Saturday, I tested the Schuberth S2 thinking it would be much quieter than my Nolan 103. I was wrong! The Schuberth may have been a bit noisier. I thought that for the price (and the fact that it's not a modular) it would be MUCH quieter. But it wasn't. I rode with my windscreen up as well as down but the helmet was noisy all the time. Frankly, the new Nolan 104 modular that I tested last week was quieter than the expensive Schuberth! June 17, 2013
If you experience neck problems, this helment is for you. I'm 65 and in good health, but was having neck pain with heavier helmets including modulars. So, considering weight and fit (didn't consider modulars as they are heavier) became important issues. At first the helmet was very difficult to put on and take off, but I kept at it and after a couple of weeks it is now not so difficult and unbelievable comfortable. I can't say which (fit or weight) is more important (maybe the combination), but my neck pain is almost gone completely even on long rides, where I formally would have been miserable. I love the chin strap! I love the pull down sun shade. I find I don't miss the modular, as I analyzed the modular usage and it really wasn't that important. Once it's on, it's on and I feel very safe inside it. Jim-Northern Virginia April 8, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Roger W: It's german designed and made. Not sure if you can get better safety items than that. Apr 9, 2014
Brandon M: Rated quite and light. Mar 16, 2014
Dan M: i am not a helmet expert but the s2 fits my noggin real good does not appear to be noisey to the point i can make statement and not knowing this prior to my purchase just went with Schuberth technology. Jan 18, 2014
Greg A: Schuberth makes a quality product and has excellent features. The fit and finish are second to none. Dec 18, 2013
Carlo S: My head-size on almost all other brands fall into the second shell-size. And I have a big head compared to my body. Schuberth is one of the brands that have the slimmest helmet shell profiles (my size still falls in their smallest shell size) Oct 5, 2013
Jimmy A: Chosen for the quality in material and construction. Aug 20, 2013
A shopper asked: Is sizing the same for the S2 and the C3? May 16, 2012
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Jeff915: I say no. My head measures 61 cm and is "intermediate oval." I tried on a C3 (size XL) at Revzilla and it didn't fit well at all--pressure point in the center of my forehead. The S2 fit me much better and that's what I wear now.

The sales guy at Revzilla indicated that the C3 tends toward a round fit while the S2 is slightly elongated.
Nov 30, 2012
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zenworm: Yes. I tried on a Medium C3 at the dealership and then ordered a Medium S2... same exact fit. The C3 was a bit more snug underneath my chin by virtue of how the modular is designed, but everything else was the same. Jun 12, 2012
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pfarrell: I own both helmets. The C2 has a MUCH better liner than the C3 on my head anyway. The fit and finish is better on the C2 as well. the C2 is a slightly longer oval than the C3, it is not more narrow though. Jul 10, 2012
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Philo: The sizing is pretty much the same. Be aware the helmets do fit a little differently with the S2 allowing for a more elongated head shape than the C3. Sep 16, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, sizing between the two is quite similar, although the S2 will fit less round than the C3. May 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will the SRC system for the C3 work with S2? Apr 17, 2012
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Jeff915: No, the SRC system for the C3 is specific to the C3 shell.

But the SRC-S system is now available for the S2 helmet, and it's actually an updated version of SRC. Cardo makes both systems, and my understanding is that SRC-S is based on Scala G9 while SRC is based on Scala G4. All of the systems are compatible with each other, however.
Nov 30, 2012
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pfarrell: No. It's a totally different system. The C2 has an integrated antenna. Hopefully this will solve the issues/shortcomings of the C3/SRC. My experience has been that the C3 with SRC is pretty unreliable with rider to rider communications.... Jul 10, 2012
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RevZilla: The SRC system is only compatible with the Schuberth C3. The Sena SMH-10 or the Cardo G4 will be compatible with the Schuberth S2. Apr 19, 2012
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zenworm: No, the neck roll is slightly different on the S2 versus the C3, so the SRC replacement neck roll will be different. Apr 19, 2012
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Philo: No, but Schuberth is releasing a new system to work with the S2 called SRC-S. Sep 16, 2012
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David C asked: I currently wear an Arai RX-Q, size L, which is my favorite and best fitting helmet. I also have the Shoei Neotec which I like because of the built-in, drop-down visor. I am curious about a full face helmet with built-in drop-down visor, and, am considering the Schuberth S2 or the Shoei GT-Air. I know these are top of the line helmets but I am wondering about the "fit" vs the Arai RX-Q. I've read that S2 is better suited for an intermediate oval shape, which is my head shape. I think this is true for GT-Air. I'm not flush with cash but I won't skimp on helmet, but, this is a significant investment. Looking for any opinions, experience, comments, advice about S2 and the GT-Air (actually, I wish Arai could figure out how to include a dropdown visor in the RX-Q)? Thanks to those who read and respond. Tex Apr 3, 2014
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Terry M: I have always bought Arai helmets in the past and still a big fan of them but I have to say, this was also a great investment! Fit is a bit snug put on and taking off but feels great once on. Very light as well. Air flow is really good too, Rains a lot here and this thing doesn't fog up at all. Very quiet... best I've ever had. I also have the SRC-S sound system in mine, work and sounds great!! The flip down visor is easy to use with gloves on and work great. I have a outer dark visor so when that is down, the inside visor makes it a little to dark. We invested in the C3 Pro Women's helmet for my wife and she loves it. Both can talk comfortly with the SRC systems. They are pricey is the only downside.

One more thing, we went to the MotoGP in Austin Texas last year a Schuberth rep was there and answered all our questions we had and helped us since the helmets. Super cool guy and class act.
Apr 3, 2014
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David C: Terry, thanks for rapid reply! Its good to read your comment about airflow. I have a Shoei Neotec and it can get a bit "stuffy" with lid and visor down until I get rolling.

I thought I had found a "demo" Schuberth S2 matte black on Revzilla web site for great price, but, "snooze you lose" came into play and its already gone. Should have snapped it up when I saw it. I don't have any issues with my Arai RX-Q other than I wish it had a built-in drop-down tinted visor. Apr 3, 2014
Larry R: Hey Dave, I had a Arai Corsair V for about 5 years before I got the Schuberth S2. I had size large for the Arai and size large for the S2. They both were snug at first but broken in quickly. The S2 is a little more difficult to on and off but the noise level is way lower than the Arai. Both had good visibility and I think the Arai has a little bit better airflow but the S2 hasn't got hot inside (I live in California) as I have ridden in 90 degree weather. I do like the built in sun visor (just wish it was darker) because I don't have to hassle carrying different lens when traveling from day to night riding. The S2 is about a grand if you get the SRC system which I recommend. Yes it's very pricy but well worth the money if you done any long distance riding. The sound quality is very good. I have the SENA in my Aria and I thought it was good until I got the S2 SRC system. I suggest you got to you local BMW dealer and try on the S2 and your favorite motorcycle shop to try on the Aria and see how it one feels to you. My local BMW dealer was nice enough to let me take a S2 for a test ride and ended up buying the S2 from Revzilla even though they did not give you Revzilla reward bucks on Schuberth brand purchases. Hope this was helpful. Larry Apr 3, 2014
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Craig G: Unfortunately, I do not have a direct answer to this question; however, I may be able to get you one step closer. I ride with the Schuberth S2 in XL. Previously, I rode with a Shoei X-11 in XL. The fit between those two helmets for me is identical. If there is a way to get a comparison of the Shoei X-11 to the Arai RX-Q, you might be able to draw a conclusion. Regarding the S2, it is lightweight, reasonably quiet, flows air and integrates seamlessly with the SRC. I use the drop down visor instead of carrying sunglasses. It's a great helmet. Before I made my purchase, I contacted RevZilla customer support, and we were able to talk through the likely fit, and they got it right. Apr 3, 2014
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Douglas K: I've had a lot of different helmet and the Schuberth S2 is the one I consider to be the best. I have an intermediate oval shape head also and fit is very good for me. The noise level is low at speed and the there no lift on the front of the helmet. I've have used this helmet in 105 degree heat and was comfortable with the air flow from the vents. The drop down visor is a nice feature but I would like it to extend down about another 1/4" but it still works as is. High end price but what your head worth? Apr 3, 2014
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David C: Douglas, thanks for rapid reply. Really appreciate your comments, particularly the ones re noise and airflow. I live in Cincinnati/NKY area and the summers here are typically hot and humid although we don't get into the 100's very often (but after our winter who knows how crazy this summer will be). And I agree with your position re price vs value of your head. Apr 3, 2014
A shopper asked: Is this a helmet designed for the upright position, long distance touring? Mar 22, 2012
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pfarrell: I'm comparing this to the C3. On an R1200GS with the Adventure windscreen the C2 is MUCH smoother behind the screen than the C3....

Likewise on a Street Triple R, naked, it's a smoother helmet at speed than the C3. No difference in loudness, for me ear plugs still required on a naked bike...regardless of helmet...
Jul 10, 2012
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Philo: It really designed to be a sport-touring helmet so it can do duty in both upright touring and sport riding. I wear it for long, not-too-technical adventure riding as well as on my sport bike set up for comfort. Sep 16, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, this helmet does favor the upright or 'touring' riding position. The faceshield used is the same as the C3 and in many ways, this is simply a non-modular C3 and said to be extremely quiet. Mar 28, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will the Cardo System Scale Rider G9 Powerset work with this helmet Jul 15, 2012
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JohanTakeshi: I have the scala G9 mounted on a Shoei Neotec, and the Schuberth comms system mounted in an S2 Shuberth; I think the G9 would mount on an S2, but not nicely - wouldn't recommend it.

Schuberths have the sunvisor actuator on the left side, the best place for the G9, and
the Schuberth collar is a "ring" around the base of the helmet; would make mounting difficult.

The Schuberths also have built in antenna for the system; G9 wont interface with it.

So, if you are seriously considering it, I highly recommend looking at both togeter to see if you really want to try it. My bet is, like me, you'll decide to pay the STUPID price and go with the proprietary outdated system or "wait and see if it gets updated;" it does work well though.

Nothing wrong with my Shoei/G9 setup either; the Schuberth was a gift and the helmets are comparable.
Jan 25, 2013
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RevZilla: You will only be able to use the stick mount to use the Cardo Scala Rider G9 with the Schuberth S2 Helmet, due to its curved collar. Jul 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: I read that this helmet comes in two shell sizes (just like the C3)

Can you confirm at which size the shell switches to the larger shell-size.

Schuberths tend to fit small compared to other brands - so a M on other brands would usually make you a large on Schuberths - I'd like to know if I'm going to end up on the larger shell size or not.
May 11, 2012
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zenworm: Surprisingly, XS-L get the smaller shell size, with XL-XXXL getting the larger. I would have thought the L would fall on the other side.

For what it's worth, I'm a medium in every helmet I've ever tried. This holds true for the C3/S2. At first the padding was very tight, but after a few days it shaped nicely and now fits, comfy and snug.

You can change out the padding so it might be worth trying the Medium first and then getting smaller padding if necessary.
Jun 12, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Schuberth S2 comes in two shell sizes. The smaller shell accomodates sizes XS-L, while the larger shell includes sizes XL-3XL. May 17, 2012
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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
Gloss Black / XS (52-53) 827980 4327013360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Black / SM (54-55) 827981 4327014360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Black / MD (56-57) 827982 4327015360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Black / LG (58-59) 827983 4327016360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Black / XL (60-61) 827984 4327017360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Black / 2XL (62-63) 827985 4327018360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Black / 3XL (64-65) 827986 4327019360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / XS (52-53) 827987 4327113360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Matte Black / SM (54-55) 827988 4327114360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Matte Black / MD (56-57) 827989 4327115360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Matte Black / LG (58-59) 827990 4327116360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / XL (60-61) 827991 4327117360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / 2XL (62-63) 827992 4327118360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Matte Black / 3XL (64-65) 827993 4327119360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss White / XS (52-53) 827966 4321013360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss White / SM (54-55) 827967 4321014360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss White / MD (56-57) 827968 4321015360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss White / LG (58-59) 827969 4321016360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss White / XL (60-61) 827970 4321017360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss White / 2XL (62-63) 827971 4321018360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss White / 3XL (64-65) 827972 4321019360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Silver / XS (52-53) 827973 4326013360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Silver / SM (54-55) 827974 4326014360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Silver / MD (56-57) 827975 4326015360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Silver / LG (58-59) 827976 4326016360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Silver / XL (60-61) 827977 4326017360 Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Silver / 2XL (62-63) 827978 4326018360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Gloss Silver / 3XL (64-65) 827979 4326019360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours