Arai GP-6S Car Helmet - (W/M6 Studs)

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As low as £739.99
The successor of the much loved GP-5K model comes with Snell and FIA 8859-2015 approvals. Using the same shell shape as the GP-6 and GP-6RC, the GP-6S offers an affordable price level while still maintaining a host of features and innovations. The GP-6S utilizes the same shield as the GP-6 as well as the same larger eye port size for increased peripheral vision. The GP-6S utilizes a single intake and single exhaust and the forward vent has been enlarged to improve air intake and improve overall ventilation performance.The CLC outer shell uses much of the GP-6 RC technology and styling. Improved ventilation thanks to larger duct ventilation holes. Fire resistant lining made of three materials: Carbon Nit ®, Nomex® and Conex® fabrics. Yellow Kevlar® chin strap. Comes with FHR M6 studs.
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Arai Helmets

 

S / M / L Circumference (cm)
XS  53 - 54
55 - 56
M 57 - 58
59 - 60
XL 61 - 62
2XL 63 - 64

 

Head Size

How to Measure
To find the right helmet size, measure all the way round your head at the widest point. Keep the tape measure above your ears and make sure that the tape measure is not too tight, nor too loose. Take your measurement in centimeters (cm), not inches.
 
Checking for Best Fit
When a new helmet is first worn, it should actually be slightly tight, with the interior coming into contact with most of the head, but not so restrictive that it causes any pain. There should be no "hot spots" - places where the helmet's interior puts pressure on specific points of the skull or face - but it should not move around freely. With time, a helmet will adjust to match the shape of the rider's head as it is worn and goes through "break-in" and loosens up a little. However, it should never become loose enough to easily turn from side to side.
  • Put the helmet on - it should be a little tight as it goes on over the head
  • The helmet should sit on the head evenly with the eye port's upper edge sitting just above the eyebrows and have good peripheral vision available to see side-to-side
  • Try putting a finger between the helmet interior and the head. If it easily fits, a smaller size should be tried next. Note that some helmet models allow for the cheek pads to be changed out for better fitment, so consider this too when checking for proper sizing
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PRODUCT DETAILS

Features
•Approval: FIA 8859-2010 & SNELL SA 2015
•FIA 8859-2010 & SNELL SA 2015
•Shell Construction PB-CLC
•Peripherally Belted Complex Laminate Construction Arai’s proprietary (super fibre belt) Peripheral Belt, borrowed from our F-1 technology, greatly increases shell strength and flexibility while maintaining low weight and a lower centre of gravity. Positioned across the top of the eye port, this band contributes to the use of a thinner EPS liner which greatly enhances the upward field of view. A specially designed “mechanically expanded fibre mat”, sandwiched between the inner and outer layers of Arai’s proprietary Super Fibre Laminates, is used to reinforce and bond these two Super Fibre layers without adding significant weight to the helmet.
•Enhanced hyper ridge
•Kevlar chin strap®
•Chin air slots
•Front ventilation scoops
•Rear ventilation scoops
•F1 visor tear-off’s prep
•Visor aperture
•Visor aperture 60 mm
•FHR prepared
•Fire resistant lining
•Removable cheek pads
•Removable interior
•Visor locking lever
More Information
SKUAJ9990:239848
BrandArai
GenderUnisex
Product TypeHelmets
Ride StyleRacer & Track Day
Main MaterialPB-CLC
Helmet LiningFully Removable
Helmet TypeFull Face
Strap TypeDouble D-Ring
PinlockNot Compatible

Arai Helmets

 

S / M / L Circumference (cm)
XS  53 - 54
55 - 56
M 57 - 58
59 - 60
XL 61 - 62
2XL 63 - 64

 

Head Size

How to Measure
To find the right helmet size, measure all the way round your head at the widest point. Keep the tape measure above your ears and make sure that the tape measure is not too tight, nor too loose. Take your measurement in centimeters (cm), not inches.
 
Checking for Best Fit
When a new helmet is first worn, it should actually be slightly tight, with the interior coming into contact with most of the head, but not so restrictive that it causes any pain. There should be no "hot spots" - places where the helmet's interior puts pressure on specific points of the skull or face - but it should not move around freely. With time, a helmet will adjust to match the shape of the rider's head as it is worn and goes through "break-in" and loosens up a little. However, it should never become loose enough to easily turn from side to side.
  • Put the helmet on - it should be a little tight as it goes on over the head
  • The helmet should sit on the head evenly with the eye port's upper edge sitting just above the eyebrows and have good peripheral vision available to see side-to-side
  • Try putting a finger between the helmet interior and the head. If it easily fits, a smaller size should be tried next. Note that some helmet models allow for the cheek pads to be changed out for better fitment, so consider this too when checking for proper sizing

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