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Xpeed XCF-3000 | Motorcycle Helmet Details

Xpeed Helmets

Xpeed Helmets, a sister company of HJC, has released a lightweight Carbon Fiber Kevlar helmet – the XCF-3000.

The XCF-3000 helmet uses the latest carbon fiber and Kevlar shell design and features improvements in air flow and rider usability as well as exceeding strict SNELL 2010 requirements as well as DOT.

Xpeed Helmets recognized the demand for a high-end helmet that would be a universal match to nearly every motorcycle and piece of apparel as well, while still being affordable. The XCF-3000 is exactly it.

The rider-friendly operation of this helmet allows riders to spend less time with their hands opening vents and shields and more time on the controls of the motorcycle where they should be; Xpeed Helmet has answered those requests.

With an MSRP of $449.95 the XCF-3000 packs a heavy payload for the consumer dollar. The XCF-3000 is also available in the stylish Quest graphic, which carries a MSRP $469.95.

Xpeed XCF-3000 Helmet Features:

  • Carbon Fiber/Kevlar shell
  • Duel-Density, lightweight EPS
  • Fog-free shield
  • Two shell sizes
  • Air-channeled forehead and venture exhaust vents
  • Fully removable, washable, moisture wicking liner
  • Anatomical duel layer cheek pads
  • Easy removable tool-free shield mechanism
  • Adjustable chin vent switch
  • Snow kit available
  • Exceeds Snell2010/DOT

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Xpeed Helmet is one of few helmet manufacturers to have access to unlimited wind tunnel testing. Xpeed Helmet owns their own manufacturing facility since 1998 and produces their own products from a prestigious factory in Korea where quality is always first and foremost.

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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