ScorpionExo Covert Motorcycle Helmet

Jul 31, 2017

Category: Gear

In the mainstream market, there are really only a couple popular styles of motorcycle helmets being built. Which leaves most people choosing between full-face, 3/4, or a brain bucket – each of which having their own set of benefits and drawbacks. The folks at ScorpionExo, however, have brought a lot more versatility to the market with their Covert modular motorcycle helmet.

They started with a LG polycarbonate half-helmet, developed exclusively by Scorpion, with a built-in ventilation system. Then, they added in multiple modular attachments – including a retractable tinted sun vison, a neodymium-magnetic removable front mask, and block-off plates for use in 3/4 mode. That means, with this one helmet, you get all three of the most popular styles built into one. This awesome tactical-styled helmet is also DOT certified and sells for $210 a piece.

Purchase: $210

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