Vintage Collection: AGV X70 Paso

AGV invented the fibre jet helmet back in 1954

Over time it has evolved and been superseded by the safer full-face helmet, though only in the racing world. But it never went out of fashion. X70 re-embodies the eternal allure of the original’s shape, with modern protection and comfort features.

AGV crafted the first fibreglass jet helmet. The year was 1954. In the ’70s it was replaced by the full-face racing helmet, but there was one rider who went against the grain and never stopped using the jet helmet. That rider was Renzo “Paso” Pasolini, beloved for the fact that he followed his heart, always. No matter the obstacle. Today the legend lives on with the X70, identical to the helmet worn by the legend. Compact size and comfortable to wear. And, to suit any crown – as well as to frame the face perfectly –, it’s available in three shell sizes. Weight? A mere 870 g for the smallest size of the ECE version.#

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