STUNT, from Caberg's lineup of great full face road helmets, is made of polycarbonate, with a sporty look and compact design. It comes in two shell sizes to offer the best fitting proportion between the shell volume and the motorcyclist’s head size.
STUNT is equipped with a double visor system (Double Visor Tech) that thanks to the integrated sunshade visor, is easy to use, allows always to ride with the perfect light and maximum safety. The internal sunshade visor and the outer clear visor are treated to be anti-scratch and the outer is prepared to fit the Pinlock lens to avoid the visor fogging up.
Ventilation is guaranteed by 3 wide air vents which are easy to regulate, even with gloves on. The lower vent on the chin guard drives air directly to the inner side of the visor to avoid misting; the vent on top channels fresh air inside the helmet through numerous air grooves, while the rear vent favors the discharge of hot and stale air. The lining is made with transpiring fabrics, is entirely removable and washable. The wind stop under the chin guard of the helmet is removable as well as the breath guard.
Completely removable and washable with hypoallergenic and transpiring fabrics.
Removable lower wind stop.
The lower vent on the chin guard drives air directly to the inner side of the visor to avoid misting; the vent on top channels fresh air inside the helmet through numerous air grooves, while the rear vent favors the discharge of hot and stale air.
DVT (Double Visor Tech) • Transparent anti scratch visor prepared for Pinlock lens • Anti scratch sun visor.
|Helmet Size||Centimeters||Inches||Hat Size|
|XXS||51 cm - 52 cm||201/8 - 201/2||63/8 - 61/2|
|XS||53 cm - 54 cm||207/8 - 211/4||65/8 - 63/4|
|Sm||55 cm - 56 cm||215/8 - 22||67/8 - 7|
|Md||57 cm - 58 cm||221/2 - 227/8||71/8 - 71/4|
|Lg||59 cm - 60 cm||231/4 - 235/8||73/8 - 71/2|
|XL||61 cm - 62 cm||24 - 243/8||75/8 - 73/4|
|XXL||63 cm - 64 cm||243/4 - 251/8||77/8 - 8|
|XXXL||65 cm - 66 cm||255/8 - 26||81/8 - 81/4|
Helmet Sizing Tips
1. You should start by wrapping a measuring tape around your head about a half-inch above your eyebrows.
2. Since a helmet should be snug so it doesn't pop off if you crash, you need to pull the tape comfortably tight in order to achieve the best results.
3. Make sure you get precise results by measuring two to three times trying to get the same result every time. If you get different measurements take the largest one.