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Scorpion EXO-1100 Sixty Six Neon Helmet

  • Fiberglass/Kevlar™ Matrix Shell: Quiet, aero-tuned design for wind-tunnel tested comfort. EPS-lined chin bar for additional protection
  • AirFit® permits a rider to personalize helmet fit through air adjustable cheek pads
  • SpeedView® an internal retractable dark smoke sun visor that eases eye strain instantly in varying light conditions without changing face shields, plus an EverClear® coating on both sides for a fog free ride
  • SpeedShift® quick-change shield system (patent pending): Easy, secure tool-less faceshield changes in ten seconds or less
  • EverClear® no-fog faceshield: Optically-correct shield with state-of-the art fog-free technology and anti-scratch hardened coating
  • KwikWickII® moisture-wicking helmet liner and cheek pads: Breathable, easily removable and washable
  • Ventilation system: Adjustable, indexed front and rear vents with aero-tuned rear spoiler reduce lift, create vacuum and maximize airflow through helmet
  • Breath-deflector: Enhanced fog-free performance
  • ECE 22.05/DOT Certified
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Scorpion EXO-1100 Sixty-Six Neon Helmet 4.7 5 268 268
The EXO-1100 very good but a few issues keep it from being perfect. The EXO-1100 very good but a few issues keep it from being perfect. The sun visor is my favorite feature but I can't help but noticing the finish is uneven on the edges. Like most helmets, the plastic faceshield is a dust magnet and after a few days riding from SF to San Diego it's covered in fine scratches. January 26, 2015
I love the flip down sun visor Overall, I like this helmet. It is quiter than my previous Scorpion helmet, but the fit wasn't quite as good. This could be because it needs to be broken in a little, but when I switch to my other helmet I feel like it's lined with pillows compared to this one. Other reviews said that it is a little on the oval side, but I found it to lean to the round side. The quietness and the sun visor offset the negatives and I feel like brightness of the helmet makes my riding safer since other drivers tend to see me easier. November 17, 2014
Great Helmet Helmet works great so far, don't have a ton of mileage in it yet. Does fit a little snug around the top, we'll see if it breaks in after getting more mileage. December 29, 2014
Great Value The helmet is perfect for me. Has the features and feel of something costing much more. December 8, 2014
this helmet is awesome looking and loaded with venting I'm 55 and just getting back into road riding from a 20 year hiatus and choose this helmet for its lightness, sexy lines, recessed sun visor and venting. It doesn't disappoint in any department. Some may say it is a little loud and I tried different combinations of opening and closing vents with no effect. I don't think its bad. Helmet is very balanced in the wind even when turning your head. Really like the easy to use vents. Ride yzf600r and FJR 1300 November 25, 2014
Scorpion EXO-1100 Helmet - Good buy Hey 'Zilla, Thanks!! I have had this item for almost a year now. I am not sure what to say about this product. The only true test of a helmet is protecting your 'noggin from the random bits of flying road debris and immovable objects that suddenly appear in your path of travel. Honestly, I do NOT want to test that aspect of my headgear. ;) In every other regard, I find the helmet to be more than adequate! Airflow is great, sits snug and securely (thank you Anthony/Zilla for the sizing guides!!!), doesn't feel too heavy on the head. Sun shield has been handy a few times too. Now it does, IMO, have one or two weak areas and these are probably completely subjective, in no particular order: 1) High speed, say around 75-80 mph or higher, you will feel the wind force pushing on your head and neck. Sometimes my head feels like a bobber...lol. This is my first full face rig, so that may be completely normal, IDK. But I bring it up in relation to the fact that I have neck issues and only once has the bobbing been too much for me to tolerate, high crosswinds too (I just slowed down a bit and continued on my merry way). 2) I feel peripheral vision could be a bit better. I have to turn my head a bit further than I really feel comfortable doing, in order to see behind me but that again, could be due to my neck issues. Haven't had any problems because of it, just an aspect I am aware of and deal with. 3) Visor has occasionally gotten stuck in the down position, like it's locked closed, not much of a safety concern but can be annoying. ie: night ride in FL, stop at light, visor starts to fog a little, slip into N, reach up to open visor...wont budge try again...still wont move...one more attempt...nada..ugh! Mild panic attack hits as for a brief second the thought that I am trapped in this head casket forever flashes through my mind...omg Breathing rate doubles as I try the visor again and again, dramatically increasing level of mist now gathering on the inside of visor...OMG Somewhere down a hazy tunnel in my vision, a warm red glow suddenly turns blaring green...omfg I realize I am effectively blind at an intersection and the light is now green with traffic all around me...OMFG I smack myself on the side of my helmet encased head a few times, near the locking mechanism, conjuring up an image of Luke or Han doing the same thing indicating they were having communication issues, then imaging what the drivers behind me are thinking watching me smack myself around and start to laugh, out loud, fogging whatever minute space of visor that may have escaped my panic driven pant earlier...lmao Trying the visor again, it pops open and I can breath again (YEAH!!) but I realize my glasses have also completely fogged over (argh). Pulling my glasses forward, so they are on the end of my nose, my vision goes from misted over to completely out of focus...fml. I go into 1st, throttle up, clear the intersection and pull over. !!!SIGH!!! Without getting a single "honk" :) Good times, good times!! I still chuckle remembering it :D Since then, I have learned that when it gets stuck, to grab bottom of the chin piece and use a little extra pressure on the visor and it opens right up, with a crack sound. In a year, it's gotten stuck maybe 4 or 5 times...the above narrative was the only incident of note :) Aside from the above, it's been a great helmet and I have worn it on every highway ride since purchase (just under 5k miles). But again, I have not tested it's only true feature...safely protecting my head. Here's to always keeping both wheels upright and rollin' 2009 Shadow 750 November 14, 2014
Good helmet My noggin is 24 inches. I ordered an XL and it was very tight to start, and I was a bit uptight about it. But after a couple weeks it broke in nicely and now is very comfortable. Noticeably lightweight. Seems to breathe fairly well though we did not have a scorcher summer this year to really test it heat-wise. Sun visor is fairly useful, but it is not that dark -- I doubt it would do the trick going into a low sun for any length of time. The facemask feature when it is locked a half-inch open is handy in order to get air. We will see how it works in the winter but so far I am very happy with the helmet. September 23, 2014
Kinda Tight Like most other people who have reviewed this helmet, I would have to say that my only complaint is that it is a tad on the small side. My head is just between the large and extra-large sizes on the chart, so I got the extra-large helmet just to be safe and the break-in period was a little bit uncomfortable. But, now that the pads have broken in, I really have no complaints; the air flowing through the vents is great, the sun visor isn't too bad, it is surprisingly quiet, and it does well without having a windscreen on the bike. November 3, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
William M: Quality seems nice, feature rich, hi-viz, good price! Nov 6, 2014
Yang L: For best protection against high impact area. Sep 30, 2014
James B: I have a 6 year old Exo-700 which I like, but I wanted a new helmet with more visibility and a drop down sun visor. The videos that Revzilla has helped me divide on this helmet. Cant wait to get it. Aug 19, 2014
Marlize v: This helmet has good reviews and the colour is for good visibility. Aug 8, 2014
Timothy M: Quiet, light weight and high viz to complement the Olympia Airglide 4 jacket. May 9, 2014
C O: Seemed to fit my needs at a competitive price Apr 25, 2014
E T: This has been a great helmet, good air flow and cool enough for New Mexico summers. Definitely worth the money. Mar 6, 2014
Rose B: The Scorpion EXO-1100 is a very stylish helmet that will be highly visible to cars on the road and has a built in fighter pilot style sun visor. Feb 25, 2014
Otilia S: Safety and comfort Feb 12, 2014
Donald A: it will be my 4th Scorpion helmet....good quality....good price...wanted to upgrade from my 5 year old EXO 700 HI-Viz Nov 4, 2013
Steve F: Great review. As an ex cop seen a lot of injury and worse so neon is the way to go. Oct 15, 2013
Patrick O: I liked the Hi Viz and Internal sun visor options plus DOT (obviously) and ECE rating. Sep 20, 2013
Tim B: Hi Viz, matches riding style, ece/dot, ventilation Sep 17, 2013
Lorenzo S: Wanted something that was hi-vis that still had some style. It fit well and the internal sun visor was on my list of necessary features. Sep 16, 2013
Peter B: Neon, High-Viz color, meets latest safety standards, internal sun visor, Scorpion's excellent reputation. Sep 8, 2013
H E: Price/value/features ratio. This helmet is excellent for the price. Thoroughly satisfied. Aug 28, 2013
A shopper asked: My head measures 21 1/2 inches which is smaller than the SM and larger than the XS. Any suggestions on which direction to go? Sep 10, 2013
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Lorenzo S: These helmets tend to fit small so I went up a size, as have many others who have purchased this helmet based on the reviews. So get the one that should be too big for you, which in your case is the small.

Also, helmet fit is not just about S/M/L/XL, its about shape, so make sure the helmet fits well with your head shape.

When you buy a helmet, wear it while watching TV for 30 minutes in your living room to ensure you don't start to get a headache.

Revzilla's customer service and return policy makes it easier to find a helmet that suits you.
Sep 16, 2013
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Ira B: The helmet definitely runs a little small.
My head measures at the top end of small and the beginning of medium.
I bought the medium and it fit just right. If my head measured into the middle of the medium range the helmet
would have been too small.
My last helmet was the EXO 700 in medium.

Hope this helps.
Sep 16, 2013
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Zexi C: Mate, go with the larger size. I bought a small, which was supposed to be more than big enough for me but I keep getting headaches cause it's too tight. In any case, this helmet comes with inflatable cheekpads so you can always use them to make the fit more snug if necessary.

TL;DR: Go with the larger size.
Sep 17, 2013
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Peggy L: I would suggest that you try on some scorpion helmets at a store to find the perfect fit, then order the one that fits while remaining snug, scorpion helmets have a tendency to fit small, so the small my work, the return policy is good so if you do order the wrong size you can always exchange it. Sep 17, 2013
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Alison R: My XS helmet is roomy in the crown but tight on the ears. It is also plenty roomy around the jaw, but that can be adjusted with the inflatable cheekpads. So if you have big ears, definitely get the larger size. Sep 16, 2013
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Eric D: My wife was right in the middle of the medium size range and the fit is quite snug...I would try the bigger one...great helmet, looks awesome, better than pics show. Sep 16, 2013
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Robert N J: Your best bet is to use your hat size. If you have a hat store near you try a couple on to see what works and see if that makes the decision easier for you. Sep 16, 2013
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Gene H: I would go with the XS and see if it fits, with the Revzilla excange/returnpolicy you can always go for the next size and get some diffrent check pads. Sep 16, 2013
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Dennis M: I'd tend to go to the larger size. My normally Large head fits snug in the Large I ordered. Also, you have the inflate cheek pads to help snug it up. Sep 16, 2013
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Mykola B: Size of my head just on the border of sizes S and L. S was too tight, L - came up perfectly. I think you better take a larger size (S). Sep 17, 2013
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Todd S: I would go with the larger size. I was between a L and XL and went with the XL. Couldn't be happier. Sep 16, 2013
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David B: I love my new Scorpion EXO1100 but won't be of much help to you on your size issue. I've always woren a size L and my last 3 Scorpion helmets have all been L and so is this one. It fits me just right. In fortunately I'm sure it is a different shell from what your helmet will be.
The best advice I can give is 1) go try one on or 2) call Scorpion. Google to get there toll free number.
Good luck!
Sep 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am right at the in between in sizes of small and medium at 22 1/4 inches, after reading the reviews, they state the helmet tends to run small. What is the best size to get? Feb 5, 2014
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Dennis M: I'm afraid I don't have a small head. I normally wear a "Large" helmet. This one I bought a large and it fits quite snugly. I can use the pump up feature to make it even tighter. I tend to wear my helmets tighter than most people, as I don't think the helmet should move if you move your head. This helmet was very comfortable right out of the box, but more snug than a normal "Large". If I were you, I would probably buy the medium, and take up any slack with the pump up feature. I'm sure you will like the helmet, I know I do. Feb 5, 2014
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Gordon K: I have bought two of these. They are awesome but fit small. The measurements indicated I should be getting a medium. It was too small so I kept if for my wife (fits her great) and bought a large for myself. Even the large is really snug. Feb 5, 2014
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Zhengzhe P: This helmet does tend to run small
My head size is 22 1/2, according to their chart I should wear small. but it's way too tight, couldn't bear with it. so I replaced it with medium size.
I would suggest you to get medium, too.
Feb 6, 2014
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Kevin A: I comfortably wear a LG HTC helmet but I ordered an XL EXO - it feels tighter than the HTC. So yes, I think they tend to run small. I'd suggest the Med for you. Feb 5, 2014
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Todd S: I was between size L and XL and decided on going with the bigger size. I couldn't be happier. Great Helmet and great fit. I have a longer more narrow head. Feb 7, 2014
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Peggy L: Try on helmets at a motorcycle apparel store, once you know your size then order it here, best price you'll find. Feb 5, 2014
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Brenden G: Hi, In my experience with the exo1100, i would go to the medium if you were in between Small and Medium. Feb 5, 2014
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Paul B: I'd go with the medium Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this somewhat sealed against the rain, or will it leak in through the vents? May 21, 2014
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David B: My EXO-1100 has never leaked and I've been in some big rain. I'm very pleased with the EXO-1100 and if I needed a helmet today I would buy it again. I really like the Neon... except it seems to be fading some. Not a big deal I have put a LOT of miles on it!
Revzilla is great and super easy to deal with AND the best price I found.
May 21, 2014
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Dennis M: I have had this helmet for over a year and only had to ride through a thunderstorm lasting over 30 minutes once. I have never had any water get to the interior. Seems to be a good fit around the vents. I'm real happy with it. May 21, 2014
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Mark H: I have not ridden in the rain. What I have noticed is that on some cool mornings my visor will fog up when shield is all the way down May 21, 2014
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Zeljko K: Rain tested /proof
Dark tinted shield is a mast
After three months all good
May 22, 2014
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Ira B: I've ridden in some heavy rain and have had no leakage from the face shield or vents. May 21, 2014
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Jeremy R asked: Can you hook up bluetooth communications to the helmet such as the Sena SMH-10R? Is the helmet quiet enough to be used in that fashion? Jan 2, 2015
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Peggy L: Yes, you can hook up the Sena, I have one that I hooked up, the ear bud accessory works better in this helmet, speakers are fine for in town travel speeds, however; once you are travelling at 80 km or faster, the wind noise interferes with the speaker's sound, ear buds work better. Jan 2, 2015
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David B: I use a Sena SMH-10 and with ear plugs sounds is quite good. However, by installing the speakers I can not use the air pump. Not a problem for me as I don't need or want the pump the helmet fits me just fine.
Jan 2, 2015
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Alison R: I have the SMH-5. I only use it to hear my phone GPS but it works fine for that. (I haven't tried person-to-person communication.) Of course the GPS voice kicks in mostly when I am at slower speeds. Jan 2, 2015
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Kevin A: I don't know about the Sena, but I ride with this helmet all of time using ear buds. Those are certainly not a problem and they are not turned up all of the way either. Jan 2, 2015
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Matthew T asked: I have an older EXO-1000 that I love. It fits great except it is not long enough and my chin hits the chin bar of the helmet. Is this any more oval or have more room at the front than the old 1000? Aug 26, 2014
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Dennis M: Matthew. I've never owned the EXO-10000, but I can tell you that the 1100 is not large front to back. My chin is close to the inner chin bar surface, it doesn't touch, I can get my index finger between the bar and my chin, but that's about all. Overall though, I love this helmet and get comments about it from other riders often. It worked well with my 2012 Bonneville and now with my 2013 Explorer. It was a bit more money than I normally spend for a helmet, but the extra features made it worth it for me.

Ride Safe,
Aug 29, 2014
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Gordon K: I can't say if there is more room at the front that the old 1000 as I have never tried that helmet. Be aware though, that the current models fit very small. I have a reasonably small head and got the medium. It was still too small. So I ordered the large. Now my wife and I have matching Scorpions! Love the helmet! Aug 26, 2014
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Zeljko K: I have plenty of space and I am xl in the other hand not shore model 1000 how different or shape of your face? Aug 26, 2014
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Scorpion Helmets

SizeHat SizeHead Circumference (in) Head Circumference (cm)
XS6 5/8
20 7/8 - 21 1/4
SM6 7/8 - 7
21 5/8 -2255-56
MD7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 7/16 - 22 13/16
LG7 3/8 - 7 1/2
23 1/8 - 23 5/859-60
XL7 5/8 - 7 3/4
24 - 24 3/8
2XL7 7/8 - 8
24 13/16 - 25 3/16 63-64
3XL8 1/8 - 8 1/4
25 9/16 - 26

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

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Black/Neon / SM 888619 110-5503 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Neon / MD 888620 110-5504 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Neon / LG 888621 110-5505 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Neon / XL 888622 110-5506 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Neon / 2XL 888623 110-5507 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours