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Scorpion: 2011 Fall Catalog & App

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Headlined by two all-new helmets and an expanded array of ExoWear apparel, Scorpion unveils its Fall 2011 collection.

Michael MacGregor (Scorpion Product Manager) says: “Having two new helmet models as well as four new jackets is very exciting for our dealer base and loyal consumers. Helmets, gloves and outerwear… Scorpion has you covered with dynamic gear for the coming season.”

Not to steal attention away from the new catalog, but the EXO-1100 has all Scorpion’s top of the line features, including their new TCT helmet shell technology, KwikWick2 anti-bacterial liner, SpeedShift quick-change faceshield system and full DOT/ECE R22.05 certification.

All of these features are packed into a lightweight package with prices starting at $289.95. Four strong graphic schemes and a range of solid colorways ensure that the EXO-1100 will warrant a closer look.

For the off-road crew, Scorpion’s VX-34 with its edgy styling, superior ventilation and AirFit system is also headlined in the Fall 2011 catalog.

In addition to a look at the latest lids, the latest ExoWear riding gear is highlighted as well, with four new jackets being introduced alongside some returning favorites. The ladies don’t get left out either, as Scorpion introduces the Lilly jacket with styling elements matched to the popular EXO-400 Lilly helmet graphic.

Art directed by in-house graphics guru Scott Wilkinson, Scorpion’s Fall 2011 catalog features 92 pages of something for every type of rider, from the snowmobile set to the dirt junkies and every style of streetbike riding in between.

Speaking of the catalog, the delivery mechanism is equally impressive. Not only is the entire catalog online at the ScorpionUSA.com website, but there is even a free iPhone/iPad app specifically for the Fall 2011 Collection. With the app, you can access the entire range of ExoWear and helmet lines at the touch of a button to see every style and colorway available.

For The Free Scorpion App, click here.

Of course there are those who prefer pouring over a traditional print catalog, so Scorpion’s Fall 2011 edition is also available as a hard copy along with its cyberspace iteration.

Michael MacGregor says: “Actually, the visual impact of this catalog is pretty impressive. There is nothing quite like the tactile experience of Scorpion’s gear or the print version of our catalog.”

Contact ScorpionExo at (888) 672-6774 to order yours.

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. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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