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Scorpion EXO-08-023-10 100 Scorpion Matt Black

Scorpion Helmet
  • S$190.00


All new helmets are sold with Clear visor . Smoke visor on picture are for illustration purposes only

 

Scorpion EXO-08-023-10 100 Scorpion Matt Black

Features

KwikWick™

Moisture-wicking breathable helmet liner and cheek pads: Cooland dry in warm weather, warm in cool weather.

More Features

  • The EXO-100 is an all-new open-face helmetdesign with removable ear skirt and external visor. InternalSpeedView™ retractable shield (Patent Pending) and externalremovable visor are included with every EXO-100.
  • Advanced Polycarbonate half shell to offer true wind-in-the-face freedom.
  • Optionnal coloured shields in blue,yellow and mirroredavailable as accessories.
  • Micrometric Automatic chinstrap buckle for quick release andprecise adjustment.
  • Supplied with a nice Scorpion Exo textile bag.
  • ECE 22-05 Certified. TÜV tested.

Product Care

Care and Cleaning of Your ScorpionExo Helmet

As with any quality product, proper care will enhance andprolong the usefulness of your helmet and protect your investment.Your helmet is engineered and assembled with state-of-the-arttechnology including exclusive patents and proprietary trademarkedFeatures.

Cleaning the Outside of the Helmet

Never use any solvents or abrasive cleaners to clean yourhelmet!! For optimum performance, rinse your helmet in warm waterusing a mild soap. If the outside is dirty with dried dirt andbugs, we suggest you place a wet towel over the helmet for at leastone minute before wiping it clean. This softens the foreign objectsbefore removal lessening the chance of scratches. The multiplecoatings on the face shield are resistant to light scratching,however, heavy, abusive scratching can break through the coatingsand cause visible marks. Removing dirt and bugs with good cleaningpractices and keeping your helmet in a RaceCase™ will significantlyhelp to prolong the life of your helmet and face shields.

Cleaning the Inside of the Helmet

The removable, washable liner in all our helmets make it easy toclean. Even a man can do it. Remove the cheek pads first byunsnapping the 3 (usually) button snaps on each one. Be careful notto "tear" the pad out, but carefully un-snap each button. The"crownliner" can be unsnapped (2) from the back of the head areaand the pulled away from the helmet in the forehead area. Note thealignment arrows for re-installing the crownliner. Throw thesethree pieces into the washing machine if possible in a washing bagso that the plastic parts cannot be broken or damage the textileand allow to air dry before re-installing.

Cleaning the Face Shield

The ScorpionExo face shields for 400s and 700s have differentcleaning procedures for inside and outside. The outside is coatedwith an anti-scratch coating which prevents minor scratches, butcannot resist heavy wiping and cleaning without preliminarysoftening of the dirt, grime and bugs first. Note the damp towelmethod of softening dried bugs and dirt above. Plastic polisheswork fine to clean the outside of the shield as long as the dirtand grime has been softened and removed first. The inner Everclear™no-fog coated face shields require special treatment for cleaning.We suggest using a warm water and mild soap combination followed by"pat drying" with a dry towel. "Wiping" may cause premature wearand scratching on the Everclear™ innercoating.

Chemicals

Certain common household chemicals will react negatively withthe polycarbonates, fiberglass or coatings of your helmet. Avoidcontact with acetone (nail polish remover), caustic solutions(ammonia-based cleaners), hair sprays containing methyene, chlorinefrom swimming pools or glues.

Size Chart

Size Metric Inches Head circumference
XS 53-54cm 20 7/8 - 21 1/4" 6 5/8-3/4
S 55-56cm 21 5/8 - 22" 6 7/8-7
M 57-58cm 22 7/16 - 22 13/16" 7 1/8-1/4
L 59-60cm 23 1/8 - 23 5/8" 7 3/8-1/2
XL 61-62cm 24 - 24 3/8" 7 5/8-3/4
XXL 63-64cm 24 13/16 - 25 3/16" 7 7/8-8

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