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One of the Best Quiet Motorcycle Helmets On Sale Is $450 Off


November 8, 2019 Deals By

Riding a motorcycle is a delight for the senses, but it can grow a little weary on the ears after a while. Between the roar of the wind rushing past and the drone of the engine, it doesn’t take long for the sounds of a ride to push into the irritation zone — or even start to cause causing hearing damage.

Of course, a good helmet can help offset those potentially-deafening noises. And right now, one of the quietest helmets on the market today—the Schuberth C4 Spark Helmet—is on sale for a massive 53 percent off at RevZilla.

This sleek, compact helmet’s Direct Fiber Processing construction (it’s like carbon fiber, but using glass) means it weighs in at just a little over four pounds. But thanks to its German engineering — a process that included hours and hours of testing and aerodynamic optimization — your ears will think they’re encased in far more mass. Should the silence grow too off-putting, the Schuberth C4 Spark also comes with a speaker, microphone, and integral cell phone antenna pre-installed, as well as everything needed to plug the company’s SC1 communication system — which brings mobile phone integration, intercom functionality and FM radio reception to the table — into the helmet. If you’ve been thinking about grabbing a new lid now that riding season has picked back up and you’re a fan of this German helmet’s style, there’s no reason to wait.

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Biltwell Gringo S ECE Helmet ($220)
Klim Krios Pro Helmet ($700)
Bell Eliminator Spectrum Helmet ($400)

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Will Sabel Courtney is Gear Patrol’s Motoring Editor, formerly of The Drive and RIDES Magazine. You can often find him test-driving new cars in New York City, cursing the slow-moving traffic surrounding him.

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