The SCHUBERTH S3 marks the next steps of SCHUBERTH’s Sport touring helmets collection as well as being the first SCHUBERTH full face helmet meeting the new ECE 22.06 homologation.
The SCHUBERTH S3 is the perfect combination of the performance and safety of race helmets with the comfort of touring helmets.
The brand new SCHUBERTH S3 incorporates all the latest SCHUBERTH standards in terms of safety, aerodynamics and aeroacoustics performance.
Outstanding Aeroacoustics Performance
Since the first SCHUBERTH INTEGRAL, the outstanding aeroacoustics performance has been one of the distinguish elements of all SCHUBERTH full-face helmet.
During the development of the S3 our technicians and test drivers spent long hours in SCHUBERTH property wind tunnel and on the German roads optimizing the helmet shell design to achieve the best balance between aerodynamics and very low noise level.
Schuberth Individual Program
The linings of SCHUBERTH S3 set a new benchmark in terms of comfort.
The standard padding has been developed to offer uncompromised comfort to all our customers, but those with “extreme head shapes” are usually forced to compromise with fit and sizes.
For SCHUBERTH compromise is not an option, so the S3 also benefits from the “Individual Program”.
A specific program aimed to ensure the maximum comfort to the rider giving the option to customize the internal padding with more thickness options for sides, back and cheek pads.
(Head Pad customization available for sizes M/L/XL).
With the S3, SCHUBERTH introduces its first full face helmet with ECE-R 22.06 Homologation.
This includes a new DFP Fibre Glass shell reinforced with Carbon fibre for improved shock absorption and lighter weight.
Just like the whole SCHUBERTH collection, the S3 benefits from the Anti-Roll-Off-System connected with a chin strap in a new advanced position for improved comfort on the throat area.
The silence is golden
Thanks to our in-house wind tunnel and numerous road tests, SCHUBERTH has optimized the aeroacoustics of its new full face helmet.
The result is an outstanding performance of 85 dB(A) at 100 Km/h on a Naked Bike.