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Scorpion EXO 100 Half Helmet

I had the chance to check one out this last weekend. These are really nice helmets. The best thing about em is the visor that slides back up into the helmet. You can get different color visors to put there, from clear to smoked.

Anyone else had any experience with these?




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Here's a link to check em out:

http://www.thehelmetsource.com/Merch...rpion100Series




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i have heard good things but have no experience myself



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Who had this helmet? There were a couple with the slide visor.
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Oh. I just looked at the website. Duh.
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Suzie let me look her helmet over - I'd seen em on the web but never been able to examine the actual helmet. It seemed well constructed and the visor was exactly what I had envisioned.

It'll prolly be my next helmet




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Suzie let me look her helmet over - I'd seen em on the web but never been able to examine the actual helmet. It seemed well constructed and the visor was exactly what I had envisioned.

It'll prolly be my next helmet
She said she had the tinted shield changed out for a clear one because she liked her goggles. A lot of possibilities with a set up like that.
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Just the idea that I would not have to pull over to remove my sun glasses and replaced them with my regular glasses makes it a great Idea for me. Only have to explain to my wife why I would need a fourth helmet. Not going to happen real soon.

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Just the idea that I would not have to pull over to remove my sun glasses and replaced them with my regular glasses makes it a great Idea for me. Only have to explain to my wife why I would need a fourth helmet. Not gone to happen real soon.
yeah. It's pretty cool. Like a fighter pilot helmet. Now they just need to figure a way to intergrate the speedo readings as a HUD on the shield and it would be perfect!
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yeah. It's pretty cool. Like a fighter pilot helmet. Now they just need to figure a way to intergrate the speedo readings as a HUD on the shield and it would be perfect!
Now *that* would rock!




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