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The Schuberth SR-1 helmet is one of the most technologically advanced helmets available. The SR1 is a super-sport helmet which has been developed for optimum performance on the racetrack, and is both ECE and DOT certified. Thanks to its advanced aerodynamics the helmet is at all times stable in the wind and even at high speeds creates no upward lift.
The outer shell of the SR1 is offered in three shell sizes and combines an aerodynamically optimal shape suitable for racing with excellent protection
Shell material: S.T.R.O.N.G. fibre and carbon
Special glass fiber reinforced special duroplast matrix with an additional carbon layer to ensure extremely low weight
The glass fibre-carbon compound is compressed in a vacuum at a pressure of 4.5 bar to form a helmet shell which is exceptionally sturdy
In addition to its excellent fit, the pad system of the SR1 also stands out on account of the complex ventilation and extraction system
Double-coated Coolmax suspension, skin-friendly with very good warming properties, transports moisture
Variable for effective ventilation
Fully removable and washable
Ergonomic design for maximum wear comfort
Antiallergenic / antibacterial material
Extremely quick replacement of the visor shield with Schuberth's push-release system
Simple and convenient handling
Visor shield is installed and removed without tools
Faceshield is Pinlock-ready
Pinlock is guaranteed condensation-free thanks to its double glazing technology
The Anti-Roll-Off System (A.R.O.S.) especially developed by Schuberth is provided as a safety feature in every Schuberth motorcycle helmet. It ensures that provided the chinstrap is closed and correctly adjusted:
The helmet cannot pivot off the head from behind
The risk of contact between the chin section of the helmet and the chin or neck of the rider is minimised due to the small angle of tilt
The consequences of the helmet coming into contact with the chest as the result of an accident are reduced
Race-proven double-D fastener system enables the chinstrap length to be set easily and precisely
Upward lift = 0!
No oscillatory tendency
The D-Force spoiler enables the SR1 to be adjusted to the riding posture in such a manner that ideal behaviour of the helmet in the air flow is guaranteed at all times
Schuberth motorcycle and racing helmets are developed and optimised under scientific conditions in the Schuberth wind tunnel
Installation of a wind deflector enables the aeroacoustics and consequently the noise level to be improved still further
Approximately 88dB(A) at 100 km per hour (with closed machines)
Visor vent to reduce faceshield fogging
2 head ventilation inlets (adjustable)
2-way chin vent for targeted distribution of the incoming air in the helmet
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Kevin J: Great Helmet, I've only got one head...Oct 27, 2014
Wes J: I was searching for a track day helmet when I went to the California Superbike School camp and they had this helmet for me to use for 2 days at the track. My experience with it was exactly what I was hoping for: very light, aerodynamic (no lift at 160+ mph), comfortable fit for my heat shape (intermediate round oval), and very high quality. I also like the slight cut out in the back to accommodate the collar of my track suit. No rubbing with this hat.Sep 29, 2014
Alain P: I'm looking for a helmet that's as quiet as possible to be able to listen in my headphone whether on the track or on the streets.May 10, 2014
Marina G: It's an excellent helmet that is light weight and comfortable for long rides. Also the safety elements in this helmet are awesome and I will have this helmet for a long time. It's a great investment!Aug 24, 2013
Jackie C asked:I wear an Ara Vector 2 in a medium, which is a good fit. How does the sizing compare? I measure 58cm and according to the size chart I should get a large.May 22, 2015
Anthony O:JC; First off, this is an excellent helmet, pricy but no regrets to the dollars invested to protect this skull of mine. Love the stability at higher speed that my other helmet just couldn't provide. Graphics are conservative. Would of considered the SR1 in White, but not available due to high demands. No regrets to the alternative. Like all newly purchase helmets, it is tight. But a uniform fit/balance. I normally wear large (AGV, Shark and Scorpion) and considering I elect to have no hair, this helmet fits snug. Still transitioning though the break-in process. Fits like a glove is an understatement. But this isn't protecting my hands. I'll gladly adapt the due process and feel content with price and the state of the art design by Schuberth German Technology SR1 light weight helmet and not feeling like I have compromised comfort and risk mitigations to save a few dollars. Peace of mind. Good luck!May 22, 2015
Peter J:I used to have an Arai helmet and this helmet is superior in fit and weight. I don't know anything about the Vector. I measure 59 cm and have an oval head shape. The large fits me perfectly.May 23, 2015
Hosham A:I wore a Large with the Arai Vector, and now a Large with the SR1 Technology. The SR1 is definitely more narrow at the entry, so it will feel more snug. At first the snug was a bit uncomfortable but after one week or so it's perfect. Great helmet, but there are some features that are annoying - especially at this price range. The visor is tough to open and close - clunky. The strap's location is uncomfortable. And, it is not a quiet helmet. I think it's noisier than the Vector. When I finish the life span of this helmet I will be returning to Arai. I hope that helps. May 21, 2015
I wear a Small in AGV and bought this helmet in Small as well. Definitely true to size, a bit snug at first, but forms to your head fast. I would say buy XL. It's a beautiful helmet, I love the finish, not the most quiet one though.
Erol L:According to my research, both are excellent helmets. I've chosen Schubert SR1, because I'm biased about the quality of German made products. I hope this would help. I'm very happy with my Schubert SR1, also it fits my head shape well. Feb 23, 2014
A shopper asked:As far as the descriptions go these helmets are identical with the exception of color variations, and obviously the SR1 is available already and the SR1 Technology is still in pre-order and $60 bucks more expensive. What makes for the price difference?Sep 13, 2012
RevZilla:The SR1 Technology is the same helmet as the SR1. The difference is the graphics on the helmet. These graphics are more expensive and labor intensive for Schuberth to put onto the helmet (the helmets are built by hand, and all the graphics and colors are done by hand as well). Since the graphic requires extra work and extra paint, they charge more for the helmet (the same is true for most other brands as well). Also, the SR1 has only been in stock for about two weeks, and the Technology graphic should be available very soon.
An interesting side note, if you would like to get an idea of how much work goes into the SR1 check out the official Schuberth Video below:
gixxer53:As I recall the only difference is the graphics and I believe that they are put on by hand and most likely that is the reason there is a price difference. I promise you will not be disappointed with the graphics they are not too flashy but they definitely set it apart.Jun 2, 2013
RevZilla:The SR1 is not a helmet that would easily accept the SMH10, or any other Bluetooth for that matter. There are no cut outs in the ears to hold the speakers, and the space between the helmet shell and the EPS is very tight and does not leave much space for any kind of clamp to slide in. With the SMH10, you could still use the adhesive mount for the side of the helmet, but the speakers would likely be touching your ears since there is no recess for them. The other issues with this is that the Noise Reduction System is located behind the ear area, and if you placed a speaker here it would likely cause the N.R.S. to be less effective. The SR1 is a helmet purpose built for racing, and thus it was not designed with Bluetooth systems in mind.Mar 18, 2013