Tuesday, October 12

Scorpion EXO-750 Helmet Review

Scorpion EXO-750 Solid
Scorpion Helmets, innovative since they came through the gates about five years ago, took the excellent design of their mid-level EXO-700 sportbike helmet, made significant upgrades and rolled out the Scorpion EXO-750 Helmet. Scorpion continues to impress us with the level of technicality they are able to pack into helmets that come in at the sub-$300 price point and the EXO-750 stays true to this. It is a great choice for the sportbike rider looking for a lid that offers excellent performance, ventilation, stability and comfort.





Scorpion EXO-750 Live Fast
Built with a Fiberglass/Kevlar Matrix shell, the EXO-750 is wind-tunnel tested for aerodynamics and offers an extremely stable and quiet ride. The chin bar is lined with EPS, an extremely rigid and resilient closed-cell foam that provides added protection. Of course, there is the trifecta of Scorpion stock features: the KwikWick removable washable moisture-wicking liner that breathes extremely well and provides excellent comfort; the EverClear fog-free faceshield, which is optically correct and treated with an anti-scratch hardened coating; and the SpeedShift quick-change shield system, one of the simplest shield change mechanisms we've seen which requires a simple quarter-turn of a knob on either side and the shield pops right off.


Scorpion EXO-750 Vintage
The upgrades over the EXO-700 are what really sets this helmet apart. They integrated their AirFit helmet pump system, which is a push-button mechanism that inflates the cheek pads and neckroll to provide the snuggest, safest and most comfortable and secure fit. At the push of a second button, it quickly deflates and is easy to remove. Next, they upgraded the shell to meet ECE 22.05 certification, an upgraded safety standard in Europe. The last major upgrade is the locking shield mechanism, a switch on the side of the helmet that pulls the shield flush to the shell ensuring no wind or water can penetrate.

Scorpion EXO-750 Eternity
We think this helmet stacks up extremely well against similarly-priced helmets. It packs in a ton of features that you generally don't see in other helmets in this range. To see what the EXO-750 competes with, check out our Sportbike Helmets segment at RevZilla.com

-RetroZilla

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