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Schuberth M1 Helmet

Schuberth continues to pave the way for advances in head protection technology with its latest release, the Schuberth M1. The innovative new design integrates the safety features unique to the German helmet manufacturer with groundbreaking aesthetics, functionality and customizability.

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Schuberth continues to pave the way for advances in head protection technology with its latest release, the Schuberth M1. The innovative new design integrates the safety features unique to the German helmet manufacturer with groundbreaking aesthetics, functionality and customizability.

Schuberth designed and developed the M1 like it does all its helmets: in the Schuberth aeroacoustic wind tunnel. The result is a helmet optimized for reduced drag and less wind noise compared to other open face helmets. The woven glass fibers in Schuberth’s S.T.R.O.N.G. system produce a consistent shell that is lightweight yet strong, and the injection molded single layer multi-density EPS creates a snug fit while offering impact protection.

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The M1 is unique from other Schuberth helmets in its customizability. With seven shell colors, two inner lining colors, five face shield colors/tints, five internal sun visor tints, two top vent cover options, and six country flag stickers, the M1 is truly a customizable showpiece that can be made to fit with any rider’s motorcycle or personal style. Additionally, the easily removable face shield can be replaced by a black or titanium color trim piece for a clean, open face look.

Perhaps the most advanced feature is the optional Schuberth Rider Communication System (SRC-System), powered by Cardo. While other Schuberth models like the S2 Sport and C3 Pro / C3 Pro Women can be set up with an SRC-System, the M1 integrates with its communication unit like no other. The M1 arrives with pre-installed speakers, boom-less microphones, and antenna. Riders simply “snap” the SRC unit into the back of the M1 helmet for instant connectivity to their cell phone, navigation system, or SRC intercom.

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For more information: SchuberthNorthAmerica.com

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