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Schuberth C3W for Women

Motorcycle Helmet

Schuberth North America, a branch of Schuberth GmbH from Magdeburg, Germany, has announced the delivery of the C3W motorcycle helmet to select dealers across the U.S.A. and Canada.

The C3W helmet is the women’s version of the award winning C3, one of the lightest, quietest, most compact flip-up motorcycle helmet on the market.

"How is this helmet engineered differently for women?," asks Sarah Schilke, Schuberth North America’s Marketing and P.R. Manager, "Schuberth conducted extensive research on women’s head and facial structure which led to a redesign of the fit and different materials in the padding and liner fabric."

The C3W motorcycle helmet features reshaped cheekpads made of soft memory foam to fit a narrower jaw line and smaller facial features. The subtle ecru micro-fiber lining is hypo-allergenic, anti-bacterial, easy to clean, and exceptionally soft for sensitive skin. It comes in colors matching the C3, plus a special pearl white.

"Women who have tested samples of the C3W at the International Motorcycle Shows raved about its light weight and luxuriously comfortable fit. Schuberth is proud to offer the only helmet specifically engineered for women. It isn’t just about the pretty pearl white color," says Schilke.

The new woman’s helmet is available in Pearl White, White, Silver, Black and Matte Black in sizes XXS (50/51) to Large (58/59). The MSRP is $699 and the C3W motorcycle helmet comes with a 5-year warranty and 3-year service plan.

More details about the C3W motorcycle helmet and dealer locations are available on the Schuberth website at www.schuberth.com.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

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