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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 4.2 5 64 64
Good but I really like this helmet but the first time I used it the small retaining rings that holds the front spoiler on poped off. I was unable to find them because I was riding on the bike. The Small plastic retainer that went through the side of the spoiler popped off also but I was able to find it and replace it. I hope this isn't an indication of how the life of this is going to be. I like everything else about the helmet. I also purchased the Bluetooth system for this helmet and it works perfectly and I like it. June 22, 2015
A winner. So my old AGV Chicken lid was getting tired and smelly, so I spent a little time trying on other helmets - since AGV doesn't make any helmets that aren't $900 or $250 and are widely available... Two choices were Shoei RF1200 and Schuberth S2. Since I like stuff I haven't tried and need a light helmet, I chose the Schuberth, in a tasteful "hi-viz' color. I've now got about five or six hours in the helmet & here are my early thoughts - 1) It's light. I mean notably lighter than the AGV GP-Tech, which I thought was pretty light. That's good. 2) It is, in fact, quiet. There's a "woosh" sound, but it's very minor - and to be honest I think my other helmets had it too, but it was covered up by the other noises. 3) It's really comfy, except that the neck strap is pretty far back. If it was any further back, I couldn't wear the helmet without choking. And the cheeks are really tight...but comfy!! 4) Visibility is AWESOME, high, side to side, etc, LOVE the viewport. The shield distorts when it's partway up, but it's not terrible. 5) The slide-down sunshield is a neat idea - not super well executed. The shield itself doesn't come down far enough - another 5mm would make a ton of difference, and probably not interfere with most people's faces. Plus it's not dark enough - it should be DARK, as opposed to kinda dark. It's still useful. - overall, a full win. Even I'm not sure about the hi-viz color, but maybe it'll grow on me. Like a fungus. June 12, 2015
Quiet and comfortable I am in the middle of a thousand mile trip ,I just purchased this helmet it is very quiet and very comfortable.well worth the money. May 25, 2015
Finally a quiet helmet I finally broke down and bought this after procrastinating for years. Coming from Nolan flip up and HTC full face helmet this one is quiet and also has covered slots for speakers where the Autocom speakers fit very well. May 25, 2015
noisier than expected on a monster I got the s2 as an upgrade from a Shoei RF-900. S2 is much lighter and more comfortable. I commute a lot, and at <80km/h I used to ride with sunglasses and visor up on the shoei. I hoped to use the integrated sun visor in the same way on the s2, but the wind gets deflected directly into my eyes, making this impossible. With the helmet closed up, I find the S2 boomy, to the point where it is louder than my old Shoei at speeds over ~80km/h The noise abates if I lean forward or way back, so if you have a more upright or more forward posture, this might not be a concern for you. I can also cut the boominess by lifting my hand to my chin, so I might find some kind of chin curtain to help out. The one supplied with the helmet only helps keep the cold out. Air flow is good at speed, but I haven't used it on any very hot days yet. I expect it to be warmer than my Shoei when stuck in traffic in high temps. The pinlock works fantastically at keeping the visor fog-free, but the sun-visor can get fogged up in certain conditions. Overall I recommend the helmet, especially since the price has come down, but I'm not as pleased as I'd hoped I would be. If I do much highway or touring, I'll wear ear plugs. (I never did with my Shoei) May 20, 2015
Excellent Quiet Comfortable but the Chinstrap sucks I've got about 7k miles on this helmet and am glad I spent the extra money on it. I wanted a quiet full face for and didn't like the C3. The S2 looks way slicker. Previously had a carbon Shark but this is much quieter on the highway. My only major gripe is the buckle chin strap - its position + length touches my neck with no padding around it and its can be uncomfortable if its in the wrong spot. If you have a double chin, big adams apple, or thick neck this helmet is likely not for you. I prefer european buckle straps but in this case a D-ring strap would have been better and solved this issue. I was concerned about my Sena SMH-10 bluetooth intercom fitting but I used the extra adhesive they provide and its perfect. You can't use the clamp feature because the helmet has a lip that interferes. You also have to use the adhesive for the earpieces to stay in place but it works fine. Pros: - High quality German finishing and engineering - Quieter then any other full face (from my knowledge) - Comfortable but firm fit. Not overly plush and doesn't get sloppy - replacement inserts available - internal sun visor is good. Could be darker but its fine. - Visor clarity is good - no distortion or spotting - tight seal. Hasn't leaked in rain - No buffeting. Shoulder checks are smooth with no wobble. - Super easy to open mouth vent for airflow/fogging. At first I thought it was too loose but takes a quick flick and is open Cons: - The chinstrap position irritates my neck and often needs adjustment - visor scratches very easily - visor replacements are expensive - Airflow could be better. Not bad, but would like more - Some helmets offer larger field of view (particularly top/bottom requires me to move my head to see my speed) Expensive but great helmet overall. Fits true to size. If you're ordering this helmet make sure you try it on for an hour WITH THE CHINSTRAP BUCKLED to see if it irritates you. May 9, 2015
Very Good Helmet Great Helmet! Looks good, nice visor system and has internal smoke visor that can slide up and down. Already built to have integrated Blue Tooth etc. put in so overall it has just about everything one could want in a helmet. I'm happy with it. May 4, 2015
Awesome Sauce!! Keep in mind i have no windshield on my ride, this review is based on ride 09 Can-Am Phantom Spyder and i always ride with ear plugs. I upgrade from the Shoei X-11 and i have to say that the difference was blazingly apparent on the first ride. As far as noise, yes it is much quieter than the Shoei, but, it is a helmet it's not silent, but after riding the Shoei for a year i noticed a huge difference in noise disturbance and especially stability at speed. When i drive down the thruway at 70 plus mph in the Shoei my head would get tossed around and blind spot check required a great deal of effort. i would usually have a sore neck after 40 miles or so, not the case with the S2. At 70 plus mph i was able to just relax on the bike, in all riding position tucked, 3/4 and straight up, the helmet remains stable and checking left and right is much easier and stable as well. I found the construction to be excellent, the drop down visor is adequate. However, i still had to buy the dark smoke shield as I like it darker. Air flow is fantastic, from the top and front of the helmet. The chin strap is easier that the D-ring setup to operate, but can some time b a bit uncomfortable. I recently rode it in 27 degree weather in buffalo NY and my head stayed nice and warm. Overall, for $500.00, it is a lot of bang for the buck. April 27, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
R Keith B: Features & Safety Jun 30, 2015
Jose A: I've had issues with fit on Arai and shoei. I'm hoping this will be fixed with this helmet. Jun 30, 2015
TERRANCE C: I needed a new helmet, and the reviews for the S2 has been really good... light and quiet.. Jun 5, 2015
WILSON H: read the online reviews Jun 4, 2015
Sandra O: I wanted the Schubert helmet and the price was the best I could find online or at my motorcycle shop dealer. May 20, 2015
Peter o: Recommended by friend and after reading reviews Apr 22, 2015
SARAVANAN M: My friend recommended Schuberth helmet for my BMW S1000 R Mar 27, 2015
Ryan R: As I researched for a helmet I took into consideration the company, design quality, features, safety, and function. Schuberth seemed to fit my needs and then some! Mar 27, 2015
Luis P: Quality, reviews and price. Mar 25, 2015
virgil W: style and reviews was the tiping of the scales for this purchase. Mar 21, 2015
Scott W: Because I'm in Australia you wouldn't send me a Shoei. Mar 11, 2015
William R: Quality, quiet, light. Feb 4, 2015
Michael S: The noise level was low enough for possible MotoVlogging for me!! Jan 18, 2015
Richard W: Most comfortable helmet Oct 24, 2014
Robin B: Quiet. Superior protection. Sep 25, 2014
alexander b: little expensive but had great reviews on air flow. Sep 5, 2014
John V: Best overall DOT/ECE rating to allow use in USA, Canada, Europe and cross the EuroAsian Continent, without fudging on potential Insurance Company difficulties due to rating questions should an unfortunate situation arise. "FMBP - For My Best Protection". Light weight, quiet rating, high quality full face reasonably priced helmet. Jul 8, 2014
james k: taking a 3000 trip. need a quiet, quality helmet! Jul 7, 2014
John R: High quality German made product, with a easy access flip down sun visor. Jun 16, 2014
Emanouil P: Reputation and reviews! May 15, 2014
Joshua D: German engineering anyone? May 14, 2014
Yoshiyuki A: tried it on at a dealer and it was very comfortable. then i saw the review at revzilla explaining the features of the helmet and how it was created and i was sold!! May 3, 2014
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
Victor . asked: I'm thinking about either this helmet or the Shoei GT Air, what do you guys think? May 23, 2015
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Andrew D: Both are great helmets. I've been very happy with my S2 overall and now that the price has come down it's a solid value. It's light, flows a ton of air despite the small number of vents (make sure you take not of the little "cat ear" flaps in the liner, meant to cover the holes in cold weather) and has great aerodynamics.

I've only tried on the Shoei GT-Air, but I also have a Shoei X-Twelve for the track.If I were to replace my hi-viz Schubert today, the Shoei would be in the short list - in part because you can still get it in yellow, albeit not hi-viz.

Bottom line is the same as always with helmets: Get the one that fits best. Fit is much ore important than brand or model. You won't go wrong with either of these.
May 24, 2015
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John B: I'm not familiar with the Shoei helmets but my previous 2 helmets was the Arai Vector. I have found the Schuberth to be lighter & quieter than my Arais. And the anti fog pin lock system for the face shield works great!

As for fit, I was a medium in the Arai but I'm a large in the Schuberth. The Schuberth is also not as much of an elongated oval as the Arai. So at times I will notice a pressure point on my forehead. But that would be my only complaint about this helmet. Although it's hard to call that a complaint because I absolutely love this helmet! Especially with the communication system that I ended up buying that fits inside the helmet.
May 24, 2015
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Christopher K: Those were the same two helmets I was looking at too. The reason I chose the Schuberth was the styling of it. The built in drop down sun visor. Also the reviews I read about it. But the air is also a nice helmet. It took me awhile to make my decision but I'm happy with my choose I made. Wish I got a bigger size a little tight taking the helmet off but that is the only thinking I don't like about it. May 24, 2015
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Miguel G: I don't know the Shoei, but this is my third Schuberth and they never disappoint.
The S2 is a great helmet. SInce I needed an XL the fitment jumps to the larger shell size making for a massive helmet, although it's not particularly heavy. Fogs up more readily than my Arai. All said, a great touring helmet.
May 26, 2015
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Guillermo G: I have a nolan helmet and 2 schuberth , one full face And this one modular, youre no Gonna regret investing in any schuberth helmet they are light confortable And alone of the top brand helmets in the market .... Germanos do nice things ...really nice.... May 23, 2015
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Anthony S: Hi Victor,

Just bought the S2 and did a 200 mile ride today. I was very pleased with it. Very nice helmet but important to get a proper fit.

Tony
Jun 6, 2015
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Eric M: Get the Schuberth!!! I've owned top of the line Arai and Shoei for years. Schubert is the best Jun 2, 2015
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Edward M asked: How is this helmet for eyeglasses? Thanks Jul 25, 2014
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Alexander S: No issues, enough space even with dropped sun visor. Jul 25, 2014
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John V: Yes, Edward I have not tried it with glasses persay, however, I wear contacts and where goggles inside my full face to keep the small debris out. I just went through this question but with regard to goggles and was there space behind the sun visor. Tried one on, lots of room. They have more than one helmet with the same visor and the other helmet has the same space. Good luck! Best VBj Jul 25, 2014
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gaelyn h: I agree with Alexander S and david h. I've ridden this helmet about 3000 miles with both prescription hipster glasses and Persol Aviators...both large glasses and I have plenty of room even under the drop down visor. Jul 25, 2014
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Christopher T: I sometimes wear them without issue. They do not slide down my nose. Padding holds them in place. Good luck. Aug 2, 2014
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david h: I wear sunglasses with this helmet all the time, even thought it has the drop down visor inside. Jul 25, 2014
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James C: I wear glasses and have had no problems with the S2 helmet. Jul 26, 2014
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Brian C: Great ,perfect enjoy Jul 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Anyone out there apart from couple of guys WHO wrote reviews on the helmet have experienced the high and annoying whistling sound when moving your head a couple of degrees to either the right or left?

Schuberth seem to be ducking when approached with this issue and only asks to have the helmet be sent to them in Germany for testing and adjustments.

I have to believe that this is due to a pie design aspect and that it has to be evident in all S2 helmets, yet not that many people are complaining! Why is that?
Jul 22, 2014
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Erik S: I don't hear any additional noise or whistling when turning my head to check for lane changes, general awareness of my surroundings, or site-seeing.

I do use earplugs, but I don't believe I'd have any complaints even without them.

So why is nobody complaining? Maybe nobody has this complaint.
Jul 29, 2014
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Jimmy A: Check to verify that the pinlock anchor remains in place and has not fallen off. If so, that little hole may be the source of your noise problem. There may be an extra anchor in the bag with the pinlock visor. Jul 22, 2014
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Dan M: i have wore peanut shell helmets for 25 plus years and when discussing noise i may not be the perfect person addressing this subject. i find not the least bit of annoyance with my s2. wishing you well. Jul 23, 2014
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Jeffrey M: I have had no problems with whistling noises with my S2. Although, I ride a GTL 1600 behind a wind screen with ear plugs. Jul 22, 2014
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Yaron W: I must admit that I'm riding with the S2 for the past 8 month and I didn't notice any whistling sound. Jul 22, 2014
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Craig G: I have ridden with the S2 for about a year and have not experienced this issue. Jul 22, 2014
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Lucas O asked: Is the antenna removable? May 23, 2015
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Erik A: If you're referring to the actual wire antenna array and not the comm collar, I'd say no, at least not by the consumer. It appears the antenna itself is sandwiched between the shell and the nonremovable expanded polystyrene insert. Of course, a person could perhaps get a hold of the antenna lead and yank it but I have no idea if that would work or what kind of damage that might cause to the helmet. May 23, 2015
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Emanouil P: The antenna itself is build in at the factory and is present on every and each helmet. However the rest of the radion controls and electronics are in the neck rolll which e removable. But if you by a helmet with radio/bluetooth roll and want to remove it you will need another none radio/bluetoth equiped roll. May 23, 2015
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Ruben G: No, the antenna is integrated in the helmet.

It is only an antenna jack, looks like earphone jack, so is unobtrusive.
May 23, 2015
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Adrian B: No, is not. It is inside the shell so you can't see it. May 23, 2015
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Peter o: Not that I am aware of. May 23, 2015
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Mosey L asked: Has the S2 ever had any minor revisions? I've noticed many reviewers saying the liner blocks the air vents inside at the top of the helmet. Has the liner been reworked or is the issue still current? Jan 27, 2015
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david h: The liner has two small tabs that can be folded over by the two top vents. This is designed that way to allow you to minimize airflow in cooler temperatures. You can trim or cut them off if you prefer. I like the helmet and have no complaints at all. Other than buy a decent lock or take it with you when off the bike, the name and price will attract the vultures.

As far as if any revisions I don't know.
Jan 27, 2015
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Greg A: I've not really experienced that issue. I have 2 S-2 helmets and I'm quite please with the ventilation. I've not heard that they've made any revisions.

Quality helmet though. You won't be disappointed. Get the SRC system as well. Worth every penny.
Jan 27, 2015
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Yaron W: I have no idea if the S2 had minor revisions however I have noticed that the liner blocked the air vents.
in fact the S2 has a great circulation system.

No doubt that it's the best helmet I had so far.

I hope it helps
Jan 27, 2015
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Jose C: The newer S2s come with D-rings instead of the ratchet lock system. Go to Schurberth's site and they point out the minor differences, which is really just color/design. Mar 29, 2015
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Craig G: Mine is vintage 3/13. It vents very well. Never noticed any lack of airflow in Atlanta heat. Jan 27, 2015
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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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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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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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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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A shopper asked: My head measures right at 56cm and i have a narrow/long face. I'm not sure if i fall into the intermediate/oval category. Is the S2 designed more for a wider face?

Thanks!
Pat
May 15, 2015
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Scott H: I also have a narrower oval head. My 2nd helmet is a Arai Defiant. The Arai is more comfortable and flows air better but it's not as stable at speed as the Schuberth. S2 is snug in the forehead when I first put it on but breaks in the longer you wear it. I wear the S2 way more than the Arai. Even though it's not as comfortable. It just feels more solid and in cooler weather it's warmer. Sometimes to much air flow is a bad thing May 15, 2015
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John B: My previous helmets were the Arai Vector. The Schuberth is not as much of an elongated oval. At times I notice a pressure point on my forehead. I was also a medium in the Arai but am a large in the Schuberth. But I absolutely love the Schuberth as its lighter, quieter and more stable than my Arais. May 24, 2015
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Craig G: Not a direct answer, but my XL Schuberth S2 fits very similarly to my previous XL Shoei X-Eleven. I hope this reference point might be of some use. May 15, 2015
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Andrew D: I concur with Craig. I have a Shoei-shaped head (my other helmet is a Shoei X-Twelve) and find the S2 fits well once broken in. May 24, 2015
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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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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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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
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
James F asked: My head measures at 56cm and I have a longer, more narrow face so I'm wondering if the S2 would be a good choice for me?

Thanks,
Pat
May 15, 2015
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John B: My previous helmets were the Arai Vector. The Schuberth is not as much of an elongated oval. At times I notice a pressure point on my forehead. I was also a medium in the Arai but am a large in the Schuberth. But I absolutely love the Schuberth as its lighter, quieter and more stable than my Arais. May 24, 2015
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Michael W: Be sure to view the video that Reveille made on the review of the S2 helmet I believe he talks about fit. I like the S 2 but it will feel more snug than you may be used to until it wears in. May 15, 2015
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James F: Who is Reveille? May 15, 2015
james k: Please check the size chart at Revzilla. If you are on the border, go to the larger size. It has been a great helmet. Quiet and well built. Enjoy, Jim May 15, 2015
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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: You don't show the Hi-Viz color option - is that available?? Feb 9, 2015
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Greg A: If you'd like the Hi-Vis color option, I can help you with that.

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Mar 27, 2015
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james k: I purchased the one in white. Feb 9, 2015
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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 Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Gloss Black / XS (52-53) 827980 4327013360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Black / SM (54-55) 827981 4327014360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Black / MD (56-57) 827982 4327015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Black / LG (58-59) 827983 4327016360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Black / XL (60-61) 827984 4327017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Black / 2XL (62-63) 827985 4327018360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Black / 3XL (64-65) 827986 4327019360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Matte Black / XS (52-53) 827987 4327113360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / SM (54-55) 827988 4327114360 Out of Stock
Matte Black / MD (56-57) 827989 4327115360 Out of Stock
Matte Black / LG (58-59) 827990 4327116360 Out of Stock
Matte Black / XL (60-61) 827991 4327117360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / 2XL (62-63) 827992 4327118360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / 3XL (64-65) 827993 4327119360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss White / XS (52-53) 827966 4321013360 Out of Stock
Gloss White / SM (54-55) 827967 4321014360 Out of Stock
Gloss White / MD (56-57) 827968 4321015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss White / LG (58-59) 827969 4321016360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss White / XL (60-61) 827970 4321017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss White / 2XL (62-63) 827971 4321018360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss White / 3XL (64-65) 827972 4321019360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Silver / XS (52-53) 827973 4326013360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Gloss Silver / SM (54-55) 827974 4326014360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Silver / MD (56-57) 827975 4326015360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Silver / LG (58-59) 827976 4326016360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Silver / XL (60-61) 827977 4326017360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Silver / 2XL (62-63) 827978 4326018360 In Stock: Ships next business day
Gloss Silver / 3XL (64-65) 827979 4326019360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.