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ADV NewsTouratech Launches New Aventuro Carbon 2 Dual Sport Helmet

Touratech Launches New Aventuro Carbon 2 Dual Sport Helmet

Touratech's Carbon ADV Helmet gets better aerodynamics, venting and more!

Published on 06.15.2018

Touratech has announced the release of the next gen Aventuro Dual Sport Helmet, the Aventuro Carbon 2. Highlighted updates include a boost in airflow, upgraded synthetic leather materials for longer life, glove-friendly vent controls, more versatile and aerodynamic peak, a new shell size and more.

Touratech Aventuro Carbon 2 Adventure Motorcycle Helmet

Touratech Aventuro Carbon 2 Adventure Motorcycle Helmet
A more streamlined peak shape includes over-sized cutouts that allow wind to travel underneath the peak and then exit to the rear, minimizing drag.


Wearing a helmet can be sweaty business, which is why Touratech boosted the airflow in this helmet 40% by increasing the size and number of vents. The vent controls are more glove-friendly and the helmet liner has been improved to deliver a higher volume of air around the head to keep riders cool and comfortable during active riding and in warm weather.

The Aventuro 2 has a more streamlined shape with new ports that manage the airflow on the peak to reduce turbulence. It also has larger cutouts that allow wind to travel underneath the peak and exit cleanly to the rear, minimizing drag and reducing noise. The result is reduced neck fatigue and increased comfort on even the longest adventures.

Touratech Aventuro Carbon 2 Dual Sport Helmet
The peak is now angle adjustable and, as in the previous model, removable without tools so you can use this helmet in street mode.
Touratech Aventuro Carbon 2 Adventure Motorcycle Helmet
New high-durability synthetic leather material used at bottom of neck roll and on chin skirt for longer life.

The peak is now adjustable to the rider’s preference for blocking the sun, protecting from brushy trails and hiding from pesky precipitation. Synthetic leather has been added to the neck roll to improve durability.

Touratech Aventuro Carbon 2 Adventure Motorcycle Helmet
The shield is also removable if you want to run goggles for full dirt-mode. The back of the helmet has a clip to keep the goggle strap firmly aligned.

Included in the package is a Pin-Lock visor complete with the breathable insert to keep your vision clear on cold and wet days on the road. The Aventuro Carbon 2 is available in 7 sizes XS-XXXL and comes in 3 colors (Core, Companero and Sport) MSRP $599-$649.

Aventuro Carbon 2 Features

• 40% more airflow with 6 adjustable air intakes and 4 exhaust vents
• Optimized air channels in the EPS foam
• Inner liner made of moisture-wicking Coolmax (hypo-allergenic and washable)
• Carbon fiber shell design
• Durable synthetic leather on neck roll
• Wide field of vision while being suitable for wearing goggles or eye glasses
• Pinlock shield and insert to prevent fogging
• No-drag airflow visor reduces wind grab and strain on neck & body
• Easy-open, easy-close glove-friendly vents
• Intercom ready, with speaker cavities, wiring channels, and space to clamp unit
• Action camera mount surfaces for top and both sides
• Both DOT and ECE 22.05 certified
• Double D-ring closure
• Emergency cheek-pad removal system for first responders
• Adjustable peak angle for fine tuning protection
• Reduced turbulence with more aerodynamic peak
• Durable synthetic leather on neck roll

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Author: ADV Pulse Staff

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July 8, 2018 11:38 pm

You might want to add a few important facts as to WHY exactly they (had to) make a new version: the predecessor was just a repainted NEXX X.D1; they effectively charged around 100€ exta just for the Touratech paint job. That helmet scored SO bad in a crash test (published in several German Motorcycle Magazines) that it was not even given a score.
Thus, over the last half year, the X.D1 was sold off for ridicolous prices between 150-200 € (Southern Germany/Northern Switzerland Area).
Now NEXX is back with a new On/Off road helmet, the “X.WED2”. It Costs around 350€… Guess what: Yes of course Touratech asks another 100€ for their Paint job. No other changes 😀


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