Scorpion’s “Road Combat” helmet vary lays the angle on thick. Integrating motocross influences inside aggressive road-oriented designs, the lineup caters to daring personalities. The Exo-Fight upheld that tone when Scorpion debuted the platform. Six years later, the Exo-Fight II takes that brutish angle to the subsequent stage.
Scorpion continues to craft the helmet’s outer shell from injected polycarbonate. The helmet is available in two shell shapes that span the XS-XXL sizing choices. A fast-release chin bar provides an additional dose of angle and a modicum of safety. Nevertheless, the Exo-Fight II solely achieves ECE 22.06 approval as a jet helmet versus a full-faced unit.
Masks or no masks, the Road Combat mannequin sports activities a Speedview sunscreen. Scorpion not solely improved the optical high quality of the protect but in addition added an anti-fog therapy to protect that crisp visibility. The hypoallergenic Kwikwick liner permits the consumer to take away and wash the helmet’s inside whereas a micrometric buckle chinstrap affords comfort, consolation, and security.
Scorpion additionally prioritizes airflow with the Exo-Fight II’s air flow system. Inlets on the crown of the helmet shuttle oncoming air into the helmet in jet configuration. Even when customers connect the chin bar, three massive air intakes on the muzzle preserve ample airflow.
The helmet model affords the Exo-Fight II in a Strong Matte Black shade scheme together with a Graphite Darkish Grey choice. With regards to graphics, Scorpion doesn’t disappoint both. The Miles variant pairs a Matte Black base with Silver accents whereas the Xenon graphic is available in Matte Black/Crimson and Matte Black/White shade combos.
Residing as much as Scorpion’s affordability requirements, the Exo-Fight II retails for €199.90 (~$210 USD). Brimming with angle, performance, and adjustability, the newest addition to the agency’s Road Combat household will hit the streets beginning in January, 2023.