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Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet
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  • Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet
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  • Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet
  • Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet
  • Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet
  • Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet

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Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet

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.

Outer Shell:

  • 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

Inner Shell:

  • Made of specially optimized EPS foam
  • Used exclusively by Schuberth
  • Complex multizone foaming allows optimal shock absorption

Inner Lining:

  • 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

Faceshield Mechanism:

  • 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

Schuberth A.R.O.S.:

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


  • Aerodynamic shape
  • Upward lift = 0!
  • Directionally stable
  • No oscillatory tendency
  • No buffeting
  • 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
  • 3-way chin vent
  • Variable pad system
  • Visor vent
  • Head vent
  • Ventilation and cooling of the cheek pads
  • Active air extraction system

DOT and ECE-R 22.05 certified.

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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 830802 4339713360 Out of Stock
Black / SM 830803 4339714360 Out of Stock
Black / MD 830804 4339715360 Out of Stock
Black / LG 830805 4339716360 Out of Stock
Black / XL 830806 4339717360 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 830807 4339718360 Out of Stock
White / XS 830808 4339213360 Out of Stock
White / SM 830809 4339214360 Out of Stock
White / MD 830810 4339215360 Out of Stock
White / LG 830811 4339216360 Out of Stock
White / XL 830812 4339217360 Out of Stock
White / 2XL 830813 4339218360 Available: Requires 2-4 business days lead time prior to shipment.


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Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet 4.4 5 40 40
Great Expectations, Big Dissapointment I bought this helmet hoping it would be better than my Arai. The Arai is a war horse. The Schuthbert not so much. I do like the integrated sun visor that slides down using a slider on the side. That works really well. However the noise coming into this helmet is horrible. Even with ear plugs it is loud. The helmet also feels cheaply put together. Half of the plastic rivets that hold the bottom portion of the helmet lining came out. Other than that it is an average helmet. I don't recommend. November 7, 2015
Absolutely Awesome Helmet! I have been using my Schuberth SR1 Tech for just over a year, I purchased from a local dealer, as they were on sale, but wanted to support this product. This helmet is incredible. I ride a 2008 Honda CBR 600rr and a Ducati Monster. The Ducati Monster, has no wind protection. I have never experienced lift and very rarely any head shake (unless I come up behind a semi-truck) from this helmet, even at speeds over 100 MPH on both bikes. Yes, you can actually feel the airflow across the top of your head. The front vent works as they say it was designed to, no air above my nose and no drying of the eyes. The fit, feel, and finish from this helmet is incredible. When you put this on and use it, you will know that your money was not wasted. It is amazing how light weight this helmet is. I am sensitive to certain fabrics against my skin and the fabric used on the cheek pads are sublime and do not have that scratchy feeling of some helmet brands. The adjustable air spoiler actually works and the difference can be felt depending on riding position; with no wind protection I leave it up, but in the full tuck with a wind screen, I will put it down, as I feel less drag. Leaving the spoiler down at lower speeds will increase air flow across the top vents at lower speeds. The visor quality and durability is also amazing and field of vision is decent. The defogging vent works okay, but the pin lock visor works great, as long as your not in the full tuck, as it slightly affects the field of vision. This is a race helmet and is noisy at speed, but you really should be riding with ear plugs in. I have used this helmet on a small track with lower top speeds and having the adjustable openings for better hearing is actually a nice feature; and they also work well around the city. I have wanted to buy a less expensive helmet for commuting, but just can't bring myself to do it after using this. September 5, 2015
Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet(Medium) Revzilla customer service was great. Shipped and delivered in 2 days. Schuberth SR1 Technology Helmet, this is a very top quality product from Germany. Fit finish top notch. May 23, 2015
Hot Spot on Forehead I fit perfectly in Shoei and other slightly round oval helmets but this one just really burns my forehead with a hot spot (even with +1 sizing). I had hopes (for months) and it never came close to breaking in. Tried using the spoon trick to press on the foam to create a bit more space and even that didn't get it working right. It does flow air nicely, but the vents on top are pretty stubborn to move once they get a little use and grime on the mechanism. Sorry, I really had hopes for this helmet. It is quiet, but not worth the pain at any price. June 12, 2015
it's an awesome helmet from noise and comfort level I tried many helmets and this is from the best I ever tried. May 13, 2015
I love the look of this helmet it is truly cool but.... I purchased this helmet because it looks so cool and it is supposed to be quiet....not quiet at all I have to wear music buds or really good ear plugs...I have hearing loss and this helmet sounds like I am in the wind tunnel...My head is oblong so that could be the problem but I have owned some much cheaper scorpion helmets that very quiet.I do like the look and it weighs next to nothing and the fit is comfortable but the noise is unbearable May 6, 2015
A Professional Break Down For You! Bang For The Buck - This helmet is exactly what it's suppose to be and everything it's not suppose to be. You are paying $1000.00 bucks for leading technology, leading aerodynamics, functional features, lightweight, efficiency and style. This helemt is designed for speed but looks freaky fast also at slow speeds. Comfort - Its definitely race fit tight. Requires break in time to become comfortable. Of course, it depends on your head shape. Protection and Durability - Just about Perfect. Lots of moving parts. Seems like it would have to have something break somewhere, but so far so good. Levels and latches seem solid. Air Flow - Insane air flow when all four vents are open. I only required the face shield vent underneath the chin guard for sufficient airflow. But it hasn't been hot out yet. Features - Excellent thought went into the features. To many to mention. But to give you the idea, the helmet has doors you can easily open or close for better hearing. You can tune he hearing with the patches inside the helmet. Crazy awesome stuff. Fit - I normally wear a medium, so I ordered a medium. Oh so tight. But I know this helmet will break in perfectly. It took two hours before I started feeling it right out of the box. But it's definitely "race fit". Very snug. Noise Level - With all the vents closed and the available chin skirt (curtain) installed, with the ear gates closed, it's noisy. Not crazy noisy, but noisy. But that is totally expected with a lightweight, racing helmet made out of premium materials. Ear plugs made it hum beautifully. And I have a loud exhaust. Weight - I have more helmets then I care to share with you. This helmet just feels incredible. You feel virtually no wind resistance and when you turn your head, you basically don't even know it's on. After five minutes of riding, you forget you even have the helmet on. It's that light. Shape - Not round, but not narrow. More narrow then round but definitely intermediate to narrow. It's absolutely impossible to get a helmet that fits perfectly without breaking them in. Unless you're extremely lucky. Everyone's head is different. Just know it's snug, and slightly more narrow then round. Vision - Optically perfect. You don't know good vision until you have this quality of shield. I purchased the iridium 80% shield, and it just makes this helmet look kick a**. I didn't need or use the (gross yellow) anti-fog shield. Plus it was extremely cloudy. I think it was old. Not sure. Couldn't quite figure that out, but absolutely is not needed with such good air flow in this helmet. BOTTOM LINE - All things considered, I dropped $1100.00 on this helmet and Iridium face shield. I have a big a** smile on my face and could not be happier. I feel this helmet is worth it. December 7, 2014
Simply the best! Just buy it! No words can describe this helmet,,, was considering to buy AGV pista go but I am extremely happy with my SR1. January 20, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Sharon G: Requested by husband Feb 27, 2015
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
S P: Best Helmet for me. Jan 5, 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
A shopper asked: I'm wearing an Arai Defiant helmet at the moment - size M, and I have had some issues with forehead pain. It you look at the Arai size chart, I'm at the upper end of the medium - so I assume that's part of the problem. My head measures a shade under 23 inches.

I believe an Arai Signet Q in size M would solve my problem - as it has more room front-to-back. That said - I'm now looking at the SR1 and with their helmet sizing, I'd be a L, and I would fall into smaller end of that size, rather than the larger - as with the Arai.

Knowing that Schuberth doesn't have different interior shape models, what are the chances that for my head - an intermediate oval to potentially a long oval, will work with the SR1? I know the Signet Q will fit - but I'd prefer the SR1. Will it work?
Aug 17, 2015
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Iveta F: Hello,

My apology for the delay in my response. The SR1 is a true German quality product. I love the detailing, the snug fit, the semi-satin finish. It's definitely louder than a helmet in this price range should be, but the sophisticated little features make for it in my opinion.
In regards to the fit - it fits tight , yet I don't feel any unusual pressure in any particular area even if wearing it for hours at the time. Considering you sit at the smaller end of the Large, I would say you should be fine.

I strongly recommend this helmet!

Aug 21, 2015
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Greg G: I have high end Arai, Shoei and also an SR1 Technology helmet all in "M" but the Schuberth is a noticeably more snug fit than the others. If you are at the smaller end of "L" I would go for the "L". The SR1 is a great helmet, very quiet, high quality materials, but the snug fit will take some getting used to. Aug 17, 2015
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Jay C: Thanks, Greg. I tried on a L today, and while it is very difficult to put on and take off, it seems to be a good fit for me. Overall it seems pretty comfortable, and has better vision that the Arai. Aug 17, 2015
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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
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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
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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
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Roman S: I did it by the measuring chart and mine was big.,its suppose to be tight on you. May 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: I wear an XL size in the Arai Corsair V. Would I also be an XL in this helmet? May 21, 2015
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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
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Iveta F: Hello,

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.

I hope this helps.


May 21, 2015
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Misael A: I've never owned a arai helmet so I don't know if they run a little bigger or smaller, but I don't think it should affect you at all May 22, 2015
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A shopper asked: i need a helmet that i can wear with my glasses? Jul 27, 2014
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Miljan B: This is the only helmet I owned that has been made for people with glasses so I would definitely recommend it, When I wear my glasses I do not have any issues. Jul 27, 2014
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Gary T: I have not had any problem wearing my glasses with my helmet. They are easy to put on after the helmet is on. I really like the feel of this helmet. Jul 27, 2014
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LANE C: I wear glasses to... It can be done with this helmet... Just a tight fit Jul 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is better in terms of safety arai corsair v or shcuberth sr1 ? Feb 14, 2014
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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
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Antony S: I'm not sure I have enough helmet knowledge to be able to answer that question correctly.
I have 10 helmets. My SR1 is my favorite.
Feb 15, 2014
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Marcos M: I have both helmet sanduíche in my opinion I'm fell safer with Schuberth than Arai. Feb 14, 2014
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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
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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:

Sep 14, 2012
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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
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Flyzulu: It's just the graphics. Note: The technology does have a matte finish which looks great, in my opinion, but some would say a little harder to keep clean. Mar 4, 2013
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Misael A: There's nothing different about the two. One is call the technology model due to it graphics (tron), while the stealth is just a cleaner look, but both are the same helmets Jan 18, 2015
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Wes J: I think the helmets are identical in every way but appearance. Jan 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: I noticed in the pictures there isn't a chin curtain, does the SR-1 come with a chin curtain? Apr 3, 2013
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RevZilla: The SR-1 Technology Helmet does come with a chin curtain. It is not attached to the helmet, but comes in the box in a plastic bag. Apr 8, 2013
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nsumner: Yes, there is one included & it's quite nice. May 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: My head fits really well in Shoei rf1200 sz L would my head fit L in the sr1 as well? Plus what is the difference between all 3 models of the sr1 on the site?thank you Aug 25, 2015
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mark f: I believe the SR1 helmet runs a little smaller than other helmets. I wore a large in every other helmet but in the Shubert SR1I wore a XL. I don't know the difference between the 3 different models but the one I had on in a wreck performed great and protected me from injury. It was worth the money and then some. Aug 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the SR1 and the SR1 Blade? Thank you. Mar 9, 2015
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Tyler A: Graphics. Mar 9, 2015
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Jesse O asked: hello im really thinking of getting this helmet but really dont want to sacrifice my Cardo G9X will it fit a SR1? Jan 8, 2015
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Jesse O: ps is it comfy with sunglasses? Jan 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: I believe you did an update late last year for a black and red version of this helmet. If so when is it coming out ? Jan 8, 2014
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Antony S: Not me. Jan 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there Bluetooth for the SR1? Mar 15, 2013
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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
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Jay C asked: I'm currently wearing an Arai Defiant helmet - size M, and I have had some issues with forehead pain. If you look at the Arai size chart, I'm at the upper-end of the medium - so I assume that is part of my problem. My head measures just a shade under 23 inches.

I'm now looking at the SR1 and with their helmet sizing, I'd be a Large, and I would fall into the smaller end of that size, rather that the larger - as with the Arai.

Knowing that Schuberth doesn't have different interior she models - what are the chances that for my head - an intermediate oval to possibly a long oval, will work with the SR1 shape? I know the Signet Q will fit - it has more room front-to-back, but I'd prefer the SR1. Will it work?

Thank you.
Aug 17, 2015
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