Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet

C3 Pro Helmet

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Rating 4.67 of 5 (28 Reviews)

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Schuberth C3 Pro Helmet

Schuberth engineers everything to the maximum; it’s just in their DNA. This is especially evident with the modular C3 Pro helmet. Refinement and quality exude from every corner and because of this you can be confident that it drags less, sound dampens more and comforts and protects the best. For those willing to take the plunge, the Schuberth is one of the best touring and street bike helmets available.
  • Fiberglass and Dyneema reinforced sandwich construction for the perfect combination of rigidity, lightness and impact resistance
  • Lightweight: from 1700g (small helmet shell)
  • Optimum shock absorption of impact energy
  • New spoiler for less drag, more down force
  • Integrated ventilation channels for increased comfort and airflow
  • Polycarbonate injection molded faceshield with anti-scratch protection
  • Optically correct faceshield with Pinlock to prevent visor from fogging up
  • Turbulators on faceshield decrease wind noise – 82 dB at 60 mph
  • Inner shield with double cable system (push-pull actuation) on both sides for additional stability
  • Coolmax ThermoCool anti-bacterial and anti-allergic comfort liners – removable and washable
  • Improved looks
  • Integrated antennas for Radio and Bluetooth with increased distance (700-1000m)
  • Improved Microlock retention system
  • SRC-System compatible
  • ECE-R 22.05 and DOT approved
2 Shell Sizes:
  • Medium = XXS – Large
  • Large = X-Large – 3X-Large

**Note:  Schuberth - products can only be shipped to U.S. customers

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C3 Pro

I had a C3 and could immediately tell that the Pro is lighter in weight and has a more effective cooling/venting system. It's really everything I hoped for in a top of the line modular helmet. The clear visor amd sun visor work excellent. Although a bit pricey, I would buy this helmet again.

Big - April 13, 2016

(Cherryville , NC)

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Overpriced

I'v been a motorcycle rider for over 20 years. Because I wear glasses, the modular helmets work best for me. Some brands (including Shoei) just don't fit my head shape well, but the C3 Pro has a good fit. But as others have mentioned, they tend to fit small. My helmet size is usually between small and medium, but for this Schuberth I had to pick a Large. I personally like the snug cheek pads, which prevents the helmet from pivoting on your head at high speeds. The sun visor is great, ventilation is pretty good too. All in all, I am fairly happy with the helmet, but I would not recommend it based on its price tag. Here's why: The main reason I bought it is because Schuberth claims the C3 Pro is one of the most quiet helmets in the world. I do a lot of long distance multiple-day touring, so low noise is important. I also use an intercom, so I had hoped this would really be a quiet helmet. Unfortunately, it is not. My previous helmet was a Nolan N102, which was under $300 and was just as quiet. Actually, I had more noise with the C3 Pro on my particular motorcycle (2008 GSX650F) than with the Nolan. I had to invest in a taller windshield (Puig) and X-creen (MRA) to get the airflow to hit me higher up on the helmet, and reduce the whistling noise I got from the C3 Pro. Never had that issue with the Nolan. The main visor does not close easily. To fully close it, you need to push it over a snap. In cold weather, the rubber visor seal is so stiff that you can not close the visor with 1 hand. You need both hands. It's doable, but you have to take both hands off your handlebar which isn't great when you're riding. The other thing about the main visor is that it leaks! In light rain you will be okay, but I've been in some heavy downpours where the visor got as wet on the inside as it was on the outside. It even got the helmet liner wet (which acts as a sponge). Again, this is an $800 helmet! I have never had this issue with any of the helmets I had before, most of them in the $200-$300 range. Finally, the customer service from Schuberth is terrible. My brother had bought this exact same helmet in Europe (where he lives) and came over to visit me in the US for a 2-week road trip. He had an issue with his Schuberth SRC system (which is an overpriced version of the Cardo intercom). He called Schuberth customer service and there was nothing they could or would do for him. He was told to return the unit to his dealer (5,000 miles away in Europe!). You would expect that you would get some (worldwide) support after paying out $1,100 for a helmet and intercom! I'll keep the helmet because it is still an okay product, but I would not buy a Schuberth ever again. The Nolans always worked really well for me, and are half the price.

Oscar - April 6, 2016

(Denver, CO)

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EXCELENT hELMET

WILL BUY ANOTHER!!!!!!

TERRY - October 28, 2015

(EL LAGO, TX)

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Secure Brain Bucket

Wow this thing is snug. I had to check the size chart to be sure I did not order a size to small. After getting used to the claustrophobia I like the helmet but the air flow could be better especially in the chin vent area. Looks great and in black I feel like Darth Vader without the cool voice effects. Way pricey and could get head protection for less but I had to see what top of the line was so money be gone. It is a little hard to clean the top edge of the flip shield which happens to be the most critical area.

Melvin - September 29, 2015

(New Tazewell, TN)

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Best Darn Helmet in 40 years of Riding

After moving into my 41 year of motorcycle riding, many of my safety lessons have been learned the hard way with lost blood and skin. Those early lessons set my expectations for effective armor and headgear, even though it has been decades since I've needed protection, you just never know what is waiting in the next mile. A recent purchase of a BMW F800GT, after riding my BMW R1150R workhorse of 10 years and 116,00 miles lead me to purchase a new helmet. I purchased a ShuberthC3 Pro from MCSS. After pushing the order button there is a period of trepidation that the helmet wouldn't my head size and shape. And, as I live in a very rural state, it is a sure bet that dealers that know the local market won't invest in slow moving inventory. I've yet to see a Shuberth on display. Size unseen, the ShuberthC3 Pro XL arrived within days and was a perfect, snug, but confortable fit for my 7-5/8" head without excessive pressure from cheek pads, ear pockets, or forehead. The SRC-S communications system is also perfect. Installation instructions were straight forward and clear, the sound quality, volume, and control exceeded my expectations. The firmware update, while not immediately intuitive Windows-only software emulated on my Mac, was easy enough to work through, with the FM radio programming through the software a welcome option. Using the buttons on the SRC, while possible, is not the easiest way to initially setup radio stations. The only real annoyance is an easily triggered Siri response from my iPhone that interrupts audio books and podcasts - my commuting staple. I haven't figured an easy way to dismiss Siri without using my hands, so I've turned her off. A near magical discovery was that the SRC-S uses the iPhone's determination of speed to decrease the volume at low speeds, and automatically increases the volume at higher speed. Coupled with the unmatched quiet that the helmet provides, the ShuberthC3 Pro & SRC combination is a great value even at a near $1,000 price tag.

Pete - September 29, 2015

(Charleston, WV)

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Cream of the crop

You have to dig deep to find something wrong with this helmet. It's extraordinarily quiet at highway speed. The fit is perfect within your correct size. The cheek pads snug the side to side motion so it sits just right on your head. The quick release is so much easier than the double ring closure. I've read complaints about air flow but I only find this on a warm day at speeds under 10mph. Like walking thru traffic areas. Just pop the face shield a bit till your back to speed. The pop up chin bar makes getting the hemet on and off a breeze. Clearly worth the extra bucks for all these features.

Bob - September 29, 2015

(New York, NY)

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Cost/Benefit? Yes!

OK, it's not inexpensive, but what do you get for your money? The answer is a top shelf, well designed, feature packed helmet that will serve you well for many years. Pros: Quieter than most; top airflow really good; wind tunnel tested to give minimal buffeting when you turn your head at speed; includes pinlock anti-fogging system that is very easy to install or remove because of the ease of removing the shield; high tech padding; ratchet and padded chin strap system; easy open modular design; good visibility; designed to allow for eyeglasses; good detent system for the main visor; easy to operate and visually correct sun visor; integrated, optional com system that is relatively easy to install. Cons/Nitpicks: Schuberth goes all out for safety, so sizing tends to be pretty tight in my opinion. Sure, the padding stretches over time, but if between sizes, I'd go one up or those cheek pads (modifiable) will dig in to your kisser; chin bar air vent is relatively feeble; locking the chin bar requires a little more care and effort(make sure the com mike is out of the way); Com appears to have a few glitches, like pairing problems with non Cardo coms and certain models of phones(check out to see if your items will pair!); watch out not to bend those little plastic pins on the end of the neck roll when installing the com! Overall: Well worth the investment.

Robert - September 29, 2015

(Woodstock, IL)

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Shuberth C3 Pro in Hi-Viz

Fit: I'm between a LG and X-LG. I understand the Pro runs a little bit tighter than the std edition. I bought the X-lG and hope it doesn't break in too much. My priority is being able to insert my distance glasses. Features: Refer to YouTube videos. Air Flow: Seems fine. Appearance: Hi-Viz IMO looks cool and is more visible to drivers. Cost Benefit: If the Hi-Viz and/or ability to wear distance glasses save me from just 1 incident then it's worth 10 times it's cost.

Jim - March 5, 2015

(Foster City, CA)

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Shuberthc3pro

Feels secure, fits great after break-in, not enough air flow, but I'm happy with the investment!

Steve - February 28, 2015

(Alhambra, CA)

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Great Helmet

Great fit and its quieter than my other. I also got the Bluetooth audio kit for it and it was easy to install. It was a bit snug at first but after a few weeks it fits perfect now. Its my favorite helmet. Visibility is very good.

William - February 12, 2015

(Los Angeles, CA)

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C3 Pro

Love the helmet. Is it as quiet as the say? No. Does it fit well? Yes. Is it worth the money? Yes. The fit and finish are great. There are no bits and pieces that are loose or look that they are going to fall off. Changing shields is a snap. If you ever drove a BMW and then drove a Chev, yes they will both get you there, but when you get out of the Chev you will be stiff, however the BMW will feel like a walk in the park. That is German engineering, and you pay for that.

Jeffrey - September 3, 2014

(Montreal, QC)

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The Only Disadvantage is the Cost

Costs $850 (with Tax in CA). That is the only disadvantage. I have been riding for 35+ years and this is the best helmet I have had. I wear glasses and the drop down sun shade is the best I have seen in helmets. The damn thing does not have a ring for a Helmet Lock. You need to carry it with you or install a Top Box for it. The SRC-S communication system is another $450. The #1 question for me before I bought this was "Is a helmet worth $850?". I can now say the answer is a resounding YES.

Krish - August 8, 2014

(Sunnyvale, CA)

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WORTH THE MONEY

At highway speed, with the face shield all the way down, the helmet is extremely quiet, but without the additional airflow that comes from the face shield cracked open, it gets too hot. Bottom line: at highway speed you have to choose between quiet or cool...you can't have both. That's the only thing that keeps me from giving this helmet perfect marks.

Chris - July 21, 2014

(Corpus Christi, TX)

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Great

This helmet fits well and I love how it feels in the wind. In Oklahoma it can be real windy but it doesn't have good airflow. When I made my order they didn't have the color I wanted but the helmet is great regardless.

Jess - July 21, 2014

(Enid, OK)

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Fantasitc Helmet

This is a fantastic helmet. Lightweight, fits great, quiet, good air flow (you can feel two mini tornadoes dancing on your head at as low as 40mph). Inner and outer visor don't blur or distort vision. Inner visor is dark enough for me, so that I don't need sunglasses (which I always needed with other dark visors). Superb and very comfortable lining. Very well engineered and worth every dime.

AH - May 18, 2014

(Sugar Land, TX)
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