Riding Gear – Scorpion Covert 3-in-1 Helmet
Hot on the heels of the Star Wars ‘The Last Jedi’ movie comes this Empire-esque helmet from US riding gear manufacturer, Scorpion. The white Scorpion Covert helmet is the latest addition to the Covert range and if you’re a fan of the movies or simply want to express your dark side this is the helmet you’ve been waiting for.
Stars Wars associations aside, the Scorpion Covert helmet is ready to battle the real world with its DOT approved Polycarbonate outer and dual density EPS inner shells. A Kwikwick lining keeps your head dry and free from nasty microbes while the “Aero-tuned’ ventilation system keeps you cool on warmer days. A double D-ring chinstrap secures the helmet in place.
On top of looking like something from a sci-fi flick the Covert also features a somewhat space-aged design. Offering customers the ultimate in versatility Scorpion have developed a clever 3-in-1 system for the Covert. By simply adding or remove included components the helmet can be transformed from an open face design to 3/4 or fully enclosed helmet. Both the rear ‘comfort sleeve’ and ‘front mask’ take seconds to attach allowing you to quickly adjust the helmet to suit your style or the weather conditions you’re riding in.
Integrated into the helmet’s design is also a clever visor system that stores inside the shell of the helmet. Using easily accessible thumb tabs the visor can be quickly lowered or raised and included with each helmet is both a clear and tinted option. The Scorpion Covert helmet is available in Stormtrooper white, satin Vader black or a special edition ‘Ratnik’ urban camo edition.
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