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Best article by far about Schuberth helmets! I'm a guy who's worked for Honda and Ducati for years. Tried the men's C3 and found the C3W felt better and was between a large and medium padding for guys. I dig the interior for women on the C3W, it compares only to the new Bell helmets with leather interior. In buying a new helmet I've read countless articles. Only Women Riders Now has the most comprehensive facts and details I needed to make an informed decision. I'll be reading more of your website!
Thanks!

Johnny Vegas
Nashville, TN
Monday, March 28, 2016
Does the C3W for women work with the UClear Bluetooth? Thanks!

Angela

Sunday, May 24, 2015
Editor Response
Here's our answer from Brian Lee, Technical Service Manager for Schuberth Helmets.

"As for the Uclear units, those with the bloomless mics may be difficult to get a good position as they are attached to the speakers. Their systems are technically not approved to be installed in our helmets but some of them should fit without issue, depending on the microphone/speaker combination.


Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
I can't afford this helmet either. Do you have any other modular helmets that are less expensive but with durability in mind, and lady friendly?

Wanda
Waterbury, VT
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Editor Response
Please check our Helmet Reviews section for stories and reviews we've done on other helmets. I don't believe we've reviewed other modular helmets though. I am currently reviewing the Scorpion EXO-CT220 three-quarter helmet that is budget friendly but feature rich. Look for that soon on WRN.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
Hi, I read in a previous comment that they have a cut-out for a ponytail. Is this true? That would be awesome. Also, has anyone wore this while riding a bike with a small windscreen? I'm wondering if it would help with wind buffeting. My present modular helmet is horrible and I wear prescription glasses, so the experience sometimes causes me to have difficulty seeing the road as my glasses are shaking with the helmet.

Helena
Mulhurst Bay, AB, Canada
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Editor Response
This helmet does not have a cut-out for a ponytail. You are thinking of the Harley-Davidson Skyline helmet for women, reviewed here on WRN..

I have a motorcycle with a small windshield -- I have the Klock Werks Flare Windshield, which actually moves the air around my head, so I don't feel the wind buffeting at all. Regardless of what type of windshield you have, the helmet is so light that wind buffeting is hardly noticeable, in my opinion.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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