Scorpion EXO-900 Transforming Helmet – You Had Me At ‘Transforming’

Scorpion EXO-900 Transforming Helmet – You Had Me At ‘Transforming’

Scorpion EXO-900 Helmet (Images courtesy Motorcycle Superstore)
By Andrew Liszewski

The most dangerous thing I ride on a daily basis is the subway, and a helmet isn’t going to protect me from the hazards I encounter down there, which is too bad, since I really need a reason to justify buying one of these transforming EXO-900 models from Scorpion. Its three modes include a full face helmet, a flip front modular and a 3/4 helmet making it suitable for use all year round on anything from a superbike to a Vespa.

The EverClear No-Fog Faceshield uses state-of-the-art fog free technology and the retractable SpeedView Sun Visor features an anti-scratch hardened coating, and both can be easily removed or attached without the use of any tools. The helmet also features a moisture-wicking breathable liner as well as the AirFit helmet pump inflation system for a perfect custom fit. Depending on the finish and color options the Scorpion EXO-900 sells from about $270 to $280, and while I’m not sure if that’s expensive for a helmet, it seems reasonable for what is essentially the most important thing you can wear while riding.

[ Scorpion EXO-900 ] VIA [ Acquire ]

5 thoughts on “Scorpion EXO-900 Transforming Helmet – You Had Me At ‘Transforming’”

  1. I like it!

    What gets me is seemingly intelligent people that ride motorcycles without a helmet. I guess thinking you're cool trumps having your head smashed like a pumpkin.

  2. But if you go to their site they won't actually show you anything about the helmet. They have like a 3 minute grainy poorly shot amateur video of some half dressed heroin addict wearing it but nothing about the helmet. Maybe it's descent helmet but they really suck at presentation.

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