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Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet - Black/White
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet - White/Red/Green
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet
  • Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet

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Shape: Intermediate Oval

Weight: 3.38 lbs

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Schuberth S2 Lines 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 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

Notes: Helmet ships with clear faceshield only. Top vent on White/Blue/Red helmet is black, not white as shown and top vent of White/Red/Green is white, not black as shown.

Schuberth Helmet Sizing

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

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

H Head Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/White / XS 845178 4329713360 Out of Stock
Black/White / SM 845179 4329714360 Out of Stock
Black/White / MD 845180 4329715360 Out of Stock
Black/White / LG 845181 4329716360 Out of Stock
Black/White / XL 845182 4329717360 Out of Stock
Black/White / 2XL 845183 4329718360 Out of Stock
Black/White / 3XL 845184 4329719360 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Green / SM 935494 4329914360 Out of Stock
White/Red/Green / MD 935495 4329915360 Out of Stock
White/Red/Green / LG 935496 4329916360 Out of Stock
White/Red/Green / XL 935497 4329917360 Out of Stock
White/Red/Green / 2XL 935498 4329918360 Out of Stock
White/Red/Green / 3XL 935499 4329919360 Only 2 Left: Ships within 24 hours


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Schuberth S2 Lines Helmet 4.3 5 150 150
Disappointing As someone stole my less expensive AFX FX-140 helmet. I decided to splurge on a more expensive helmet as an act of defiance. I bought this helmet on sale XXL, knowing that I would have to buy the XL liner and cheek pads ($100) extra. Within the first week, the exterior vent toggle broke off. I just left it off because I'm leaving the vent open for the duration of the summer. I'll put it back on to close the vent in the winter. I bought the helmet because of the reviews of the noise dampening characteristics. Why is my helmet so loud? I read on their website that they solved the noise problem, by not allowing air into the helmet. I don't thinks that's the problem, the noise seems to be coming from air passing around the exterior of the helmet, especially the sides/ears. I never had to wear ear plugs before, but I do now. I've always preferred the ratchet chin strap vice the D-ring. They both do the same thing and I feel that's just personal preference. I also find the airflow used to be a problem when shoulder checking at highway speeds, but I learned that I have to keep my chin down when shoulder checking or else the wind pulls my head away. I bought a snowmobile face shield for my last helmet. Comparatively, the Pinlock anti fog face shield system is thoroughly Inferior. All the major brands seem to adopting the Pinlock system and I don't understand why. The insulated double pane of the snowmobile face shield is amazing - if only they could combine it with the anitscratch properties of Schuberth faceshield - they would have a vastly superior product. The interior drop down visor is also disappointing. It doesn't come down far enough and isn't dark enough. Again, this problem is solved by tucking my chin down to create a shade with the brim of the helmet. The neck roll pad has already started to breakaway from daily use after four months. (attached photos) Even though I bought this product 50% off, I definitely did not get my money's worth. July 12, 2016
I love to wear this helmet. It's so quite. I love my schuberth helmet. I don't have to listen to the wind fly by my ears anymore. It is so enjoyable to ride, and feel protected, and also see everything so well. I will recommend everyone to purchase this helmet. Larry. June 28, 2016
Great helmet. Very light and comfortable. The most quiet and comfortable helmet I have owned so far. I still use ear plugs but I wear ear plugs with all my helmets. I find myself able to enjoy the sound of the engine and exhaust without all the added wind noise. My only grip is the price. I guess quality cost a little more though. Overall I would say it is worth it. Airflow inside the helmet is average in comparison to other helmets. One more thing. This helmet looks cool... I get plenty of compliments on the cool look. July 23, 2016
Good Helmet This Schuberth size XS is great at high speeds and I love the drop down sun visor! It is quieter and cooler than my helmet before this. The only downside for me is that I feel like I'm eating the inside of my cheeks sometimes. I'm hoping that eventually that'll lessen but it could also be why it doesn't tend to pull back > 80 mph. I would also like it if the sun visor went down a little further however, it's not that big of a deal. July 12, 2016
Nice dome comb, if you have the cash! I was happy to pick this up on sale. It's a great helmet, but very expensive. The features are great, sun visor works well, ease to manipulate, air flow clearly present, but quite mild. Not sure if the 'moisture absorbing' plastic visor insert does anything, but it's there. I was being dumb and dropped it. Minimal scarring on a 4' fall to the asphalt. But, one of the tabs on the visor broke, leading me to discover replacements are not too shy of $100, ouch! I have a big head, with my old helmet needing replacement because of pressure points on my center upper forehead and upper outside back (L/R). This helmet has no pressure points and zero uplift, down pressure if anything. The long nose catches the wind more than most helmets will in a turn of the head, but it's worth the added benefits. June 30, 2016
Nice It's a nice helmet. First so I don't have much to compare it to. XXL was tight at first but seems loose now. Next one I'll try an XL. June 28, 2016
Lives up to expectations If you are going to commit some serious money to protecting your head, this is the product to get. I have many helmets including all of the high end lids. The Schuberth is better designed, lighter, and more comfortable. I will say it is not noticeably quieter, but I have an electronically adjustable windshield on my FJR and wind noise can vary considerably with adjustments. Recommended. June 21, 2016
Exactly Four... Schuberth, I want to give you five stars. But I just can't. I wanted a quiet, comfortable commuter that had a drop down sun-visor, pinlock system, micro-ratchet strap, and decent aerodynamics. I came from using a Nolan N86, a $270 helmet. The Pros: Right off the bat the quality in terms of fit and finish/comfort were leagues above what I was used to. When you put it on and close the visor, it's like closing a car door, the sound just goes away. It's insane. I still recommend ear plugs, but wow this is as quiet as it gets. It's also very comfortable (well, mostly, more on that later). It also cuts through the wind a bit nicer I've noticed too, putting less strain on my head during longer windy rides. The Cons: So when you are making the quietest helmet imaginable, you have to have a trade off. It's understandable that air flow has to be limited. But this is extremely limited. Sometimes I'm not even sure if I have my vent open or closed. If you live in a very hot state I imagine you'll trade the quiet for airflow, because I can't even pretend to imagine using this in Florida. It feels sturdier, but it's also a bit heavier. But honestly these cons are more like engineering trade-offs, you understand that they are the costs to other attributes. The Really Stupid Cons: Oh boy here we go, the things that really killed it that could have easily been fixed. First the pinlock. It's blurry/distorted in some way, and for reasons not told to me, it's yellow? Which doesn't help when it comes to seeing things clearly. It was so bad that I honestly have been riding without it. Why include it if it's that awful? Please, I would love an answer. Next, in their quest to make the world's quietest helmet, they have high neckrolls and a chin strap that's nearly choking you. It is significantly harder to turn my head in this helmet than any I've ever worn. That being said you can adapt to this over time well enough. But a slightly less limited FOV and harder ability to headcheck makes this not confident inspiring. Oh, and about that chin strap. My Nolan had a ratchet system too, but it had enough fabric to cover the ratchet completely. In some deluded sense of cost saving, Schuberth made it so the cloth does not completely cover the ratchet. I promise you, you will feel the ratchet up on your neck all. the. time. I tend to wear my helmet with the strap a little bit looser as a result, but that's compromising my safety. Lastly, no support for third party communicators, only theirs which is really expensive. It's a great helmet. It's as quiet as it gets and overall is super comfy. But it's littered with dumb problems, and for $629, it shouldn't have any of them, especially since it is not a track oriented helmet where some trade-offs are expected. June 12, 2016
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