Arai RX-7V Evo Helmet - MWC

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Handmade in Japan by a three-generation family company of riders, it is Arai’s state of-the-art helmet in terms of protection, ventilation, comfort and fit.
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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

The new RX-7V EVO, apart from accumulated improvements under the skin, looks identical. Because it is. The difference? Everything. And most recently ECE R22-06 approval. Arai is always trying to accumulate small improvements one-by-one decade after decade as well as meeting standards. In addition to ECE R22-06, every Arai has to meet the company’s own in-house criteria. This is a really important point to note for any rider or racer interested in ultimate protection which comes from Arai’s dedication to protecting fellow riders.

Approval:
•ECE R22-06
•Outer Shell Construction:
•PB-SNC2

Visor System:
•Variable Axis System (VAS)

Ventilation:
•RX-7V EVO Ventilation
•Free Flow System (FFS)
•Lowered side-air channel

Front Ventilation:
•Center top vent – intake
•Diffuser system
•Brow vents extended to temple area
•Three position chin vent

Rear Ventilation:
•Neck exhaust vent
•Side exhausts

Aerodynamics:
•Pull Down Chin Spoiler
•Patented Air Wing® adjustable

Visor:
•VAS Max Vision Visor with De-Mist option
•Shield latch system
•Pinlock insert lens

Interior:
•Antimicrobial Liner material
•Replaceable Cheek pads
•Replaceable Interior
•Replaceable Chinstrap covers
•Replaceable Neckroll
•Speaker pockets
•Facial Contour System (FCS)
•5mm “Peel Away” Ear cups/Cheek pads
•5mm “Peel Away” Temple pad
•Thin centre pad for more room in front area

Comfort:
•Emergency Release System (ERS)
•Breath guard
•Chin Curtain (Removable)

General:
•Glancing Off
•Five times inspected
•Washable interior
•Handmade
•All-day comfort
•Penetration tested
•Double-D ring device
•Smooth shape, better protection
•Strong outer shell, soft inner shell
•Organic shape
•Different outer shells
•Arai In-house test
More Information
SKUJA0876:27085714
BrandArai
GenderUnisex
Product TypeHelmets
Ride StyleSports
Main MaterialPB-SNC2
Helmet LiningFully Removable
Helmet TypeFull Face
Strap TypeDouble D-Ring
PinlockPinlock Provided

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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