Caberg has introduced a brand new flip-up motorbike helmet, the Duke X, which will probably be launched in 2023.
Permitted for an ECE 22.06 P/J security score, Caberg says the Duke X options an “Enticing design, consolation, security and most consideration to element,” and is the successor to the earlier Duke and Duke II fashions.
Such consideration to element may be discovered within the chin guard locking mechanism, which locks the chin guard (imagine it or not) within the open (or raised) place, stopping it from closing unintentionally, and is operated by a selector positioned on the left-hand aspect of the helmet.
The Duke X additionally options Caberg’s Double Visor Tech system, which means the choice of a scratch-resistant solar visor behind the principle visor when mild circumstances require it. The system additionally permits for the solar visor to be lowered when the principle visor and chin guard are raised. The principle visor can be fog-resistant due to double Pinlock lens.
When it comes to consolation, the Duke X weighs just one.55kg (with a variance of +/- 50g relying on dimension), and options vital air flow with openings on the chin guard in addition to the highest of the shell.
Caberg’s Professional Communicate Evo communications system can be outfitted on the the Duke X, permitting the wearer to take heed to music, activate voice management methods on their smartphone, or talk with their passenger, amongst different issues.
The Caberg Duke X will probably be obtainable from January 2023 in the usual colors: “Matt Black”, “Sensible Black”, “Metallic “White”, “Matt Yama Blue”, and “Matt Anthracite”; in addition to the Duke X Tour graphic version. The graphic model will probably be obtainable in “Matt Black/Anthracite/Fuchsia” (sizes XS-M solely) and “Matt Black/Anthracite/Fluo Yellow”.
Sizing and pricing info shouldn’t be but obtainable from Caberg.
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