Scorpion EXO-1100 Helmet - Solids
100% recomended. The sun feature is great! And the style is awesome!
April 29, 2013
Vents work, sunvisor CHEAP better than exo750
Old helmet was an exo750. Compared to that, it works better on a sport touring bike , vents are WAY better although hard to find with gloves.. Sunvisor is cheap junk and not very dark. The shield lock / crack lever is harder to work with gloves but works well. Cheek pad and neck roll is way nicer.Field of view is larger but the shield does distort optically. Anti fog is the same as the exo750. Noise is quieter overall a better helmet than the 750.
April 8, 2013
This Helmet Is Awsome.
I did alot of home work on this helmet. The price is great, it feels awsome, and it just looks badass! I went with a X-large hoping it would fit well. It did! according to my head size I should of bought a large, iam glad i didn't. Something to think about. The helmet looks alot better than its pics on web.
April 1, 2013
Love the helmet!!
The Scorpion Exo-1100 worked great for my daily commute to school and work. The vents are phenomenal, the internal visor is amazing so I don't have to change visors from day to night, and the look is simply sleek!
I only had one minor issue; I bought a dark smoke internal visor and while It was dark, it wasn't dark enough for me, as my eyes are very sensitive to light. I resolved that by simply getting a light smoke external visor, as it works for both day and night, and gives the best dark tint for sunlight mixed with the dark smoke internal visor.
April 1, 2013
Great features, comfortable fit!
This is the first time owning a motorcycle helmet, but I can say this much...great product! The fit is very comfortable for the "medium oval" head type. The sun visor is a crucial feature for me since I wear glasses. I thought it may interfere with that, but it wasn't a problem at all! The air fit pump system is also great, though I think it will be more of a benefit once the cheek pads break in a bit. Overall, a great helmet! Looks great paired with the new bike too!
March 18, 2013
Good fit, noise level, and features
I bought this to replace an aging, no-frills HJC helmet, and it is awesome so far. It fits snug but very comfortable, and can be adjusted with the air pump system (useful for transitioning from winter to summer riding with less layers). The noise level is noticeably less, and the internal sun visor is a great feature (no need for sunglasses). I also like the visor lock and hold-open feature, which makes it much easier to crack the visor at stops.
January 28, 2013
Amazing technology and features.
Being a designer myself, the features of this helmet exceeded my expectations. It is obvious the R&D team have made constant improvements in design and materials and it is a credit to the team to produce and deliver such an outstanding product in the evolution of this helmet.
I felt proud to own it, safe to wear it and became an ambassador while explaining its features to my fellow riders. BGD Design, Australia.
November 12, 2012
overall a nice helmet
The EXO1100 is a nice helmet and overall I am happy with the it. That being said their are a couple of things to mention. The helmet is a little noisy with the vents open. Noise level is better than average when the vents are closed when compared to other helmets at this price point. There are speaker ports molded into the helmet. The speakers fit nicely in the ports but the are behind the ear padding and the air bladder partially blocking the speaker. This muffels the sound enough that audio from the speakers is hard to hear at highway speeds. Forget about it with earplugs in. I have not yet experimented with repositioning the speakers or moving them to the outside of the ear padding. I have no doubt I will resolve this issue somehow. The drop down visor works well. I have the darker drop down. The lighter shield would be useless. The main shield seals well. I also like the ability to crack the shield slightly with the locking lever. The helmet is styled nicely and is very light. I recommend this helmet if you are looking to spend $250-300.
October 27, 2012