When you’re talking about Scorpion, I’m sure we don’t need to go into how big the brand is globally in the motorcycle helmet industry. 

They’ve got a massive line of helmets that surely can cater to everybody’s budget. But for this one, we’re looking at their EXO Retro series in particular. 

It’s a brand-new retro-inspired helmet that is super light and full of cues from the past.


It’s also Scorpion’s lightest carbon helmet at 3 lbs. 2 oz., making it light enough to feel like you aren’t even wearing head protection if you put it on and take it out for the first time.


Arguably, Scorpion’s top-of-the-line helmet for 2022 is the EXO-700, a field-ready, full-face lid that scored high marks in our most recent test of big muffs. 

To prove that Scorpion does have something for every rider, the company recently released its less expensive sibling, the 349.90 Euros ($395) USDHX1 full-face helmet. It makes it a stylish choice for those who want to own more than one helmet.

EXO HX1 Nostalgia

Although they make a freakishly large portion of motorcycle helmets these days, Scorpion still has their finger on the pulse of what’s going on within the world of buzzworthy riding gear, so it should come as no surprise to see them roll out another new model.

Available in either white or black colour options, the EXO HX1 Nostalgia is a striking lid that pays homage to the racing lids from Biltwell and Bell helmets from the 70s.

It also boasts a shell constructed out of Ultra TCT fibres and other user-friendly amenities that you would expect from a premium lid. For instance, it comes with KwikWick 3 inner liners, which are completely removable and washable while maintaining superior absorption levels.

The EXO HX1 Nostalgia comes in various XS, S, M, L, XL and XXL.

The company says that this helmet is designed for wearing eyeglasses and has a removable Sunshield visor to prevent fogging up. 

Based on Scorpion’s quality and safety standards, the EXO-HX1 should be a decent helmet they think should last through even professional use.

via Scorpion

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