MO Tested: AGV X3000 Review

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By Ryan Adams

AGV X3000

Editor Score: 84.50%

Aesthetics 9.0/10
Protection 9.0/10
Value 5.0/10
Comfort/Fit 9.0/10
Quality/Design 9.0/10
Weight 9.0/10
Options/Selection 9.0/10
Innovation 7.5/10
Weather Suitability 9.0/10
Desirable/Cool Factor 9.0/10
Overall Score 84.5/100

The AGV X3000, if you hadn’t noticed, is AGV’s heritage-inspired line of full-face helmets. What sets the X3000 apart from others cashing in on the retro resurgence is the fact that this helmet is designed to replicate AGV’s first full-face helmet that donned the head of none other than the legendary motorcycle racer, Giacomo Agostini in 1969. The fact that Ago himself helped design the original helmet that the X3000 is based off gives this nostalgic lid a bit more street cred than your run of the mill vintage brain bucket.

The shape of the AGV X3000 is decidedly retro. AGV even opted to stick with the shortened chinbar from the original which was requested by Ago to get his head lower on the gas tank while in a tuck. Although the shape is old school, the materials are anything but. The X3000’s shell is made from AFC (Advanced Composite Fiber) fiberglass and comes in three sizes (XS-MS, ML-L, and XL-XXL) to fit the corresponding helmet sizes.

The interior liner is made mostly of microsuede which is comfortable against the face while the bottom is lined with leather to prevent moisture from wicking up into the helmet. The X3000 used a standard double D-ring closure.

To open up the single vent on the front of the helmet, users will need to pop out the rubber insert. Thankfully, AGV provided a small sleeve on the underneath side of the right cheekpad to store the insert when it’s not in. use.

A single inlet vent is found at the forehead and opened by removing the rubber insert in the shield. This inlet vents air over …read more

Source:: MO Tested: AGV X3000 Review

      

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