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Scorpion EXO-AT950

Versatile Modular ADV Touring Helmet

  Introducing the all new EXO-AT950, a versatile modular Adventure Touring helmet

The EXO-AT950 can be used as a full face ADV helmet with external peak visor attached, or the peak visor can be removed and you have an aerodynamic touring helmet. Our oversized eye port is extremely wide for greater peripheral vision and downward visibility, and the modular chin-bar can be conveniently flipped up when you stop to get gas or ask for directions. The internal drop down Speedview® sunvisor and KwikWick® II liner will keep you comfortable all day long even as lighting conditions change throughout the day. Additionally, the no-fog Everclear® face shield can be removed and you can use the EXO- AT950 as a dirt helmet with goggles for off-road use. Three shell sizes made of Advanced LG® Polycarbonate and dual density EPS, result in a helmet that is light weight, strong, and protective.


Scorpion x Yamalube

featuring Bob "Hurricane" Hannah

  Behind the Scenes' video from the infamous "Bad Wolves" commercial.

Earlier this year we teamed up with 7x AMA National Champion Bob "Hurricane" Hannah and Yamalube for a commercial series called "Bad Wolves". The first commercial is currently airing on beIN Sports USA.

All 3 wolves were outfitted in our ADV Scorpion gear… We put Bob in our Yukon XDR set-up with an EXO-GT3000 helmet and the other 2 "wolves" (Jeff Hicks & Larry Hartnett) in our Yosemite XDR combo with Hypersilver GT3000's as well as Talon gloves! LIttle Red Riding Hood (Annette Carrion) wore our EXO-T1200 Alias helmet!


Scorpion x Africa Twin

The Yukon ADV suit is Motorcyclist's perfect match for Honda's all new Africa Twin

  2016 Honda CRF1000L Africa Twin Review | On Two Wheels

Thinking of buying a new Africa Twin and need the perfect gear to go with it? Check out Motorcyclist Magazine's editor Ari Henning in our full Yukon ADV suit as he puts Honda's new bike through its paces. Thirteen years after the original model went out of production, Honda has resurrected the legendary Africa Twin name and slapped it on the side of a big-wheeled, 1000cc machine that looks like it belongs in a desert race. But how does it work? Watch the video to find out.