The AGV Corsa Iannone Winter Test 2016 Helmet
features a large seagull to represent the one Andrea Iannone hit during the MotoGP race at Phillip Island in 2015. On the back of the helmet is Iannone's nickname “The Maniac."
The AGV Corsa is very similar to the AGV Pista GP, but is designed for road use. It's a tri-composite shell made up of carbon fiber, aramid, and glass fiber.
The ventilation system built into the Corsa is a little bit different than that of the Pista GP. The special Integrated Ventilation System (IVS) consists of air ducts that are built into the helmet, directing cool air to the riders head. Unlike the Pista GP, the Corsa's forehead vents open and close, allowing you to change their position on the fly.
The clear rear spoiler on the back helps make the helmet more aerodynamic, and reduces the drag effect by 44%. Exhaust vents on the back allow hot, moist air to leave the helmet.
A special Visor Lock System (VLS) prevents the visor from accidentally opening in the case of a crash. To unlock the visor, you simply push a button. The visor aperture is 9% larger, increasing the field of vision by 15 degrees.
The interior of this helmet is customizable. The cheek pads can by fine tuned with foam cut-outs, where the comfort liner has small disks of foam that can be taken out to eliminate hot spots. Unlike any other helmet on the market, the Corsa has tabs that can move to adjust the comfort liner size. All of the lining has AGV's CoolMax material, which is antimicrobial and wicks away moisture.
The AGV Corsa is designed for intermediate and neutral oval head shapes. It is DOT and ECE 22.05 certified.
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