Shoei J-Cruise Helmet - Matt Black

The shell of the Shoei J-Cruise is made out of organic fibre and multi-composite fibre in various layers for a shock absorbent shell with optimum rigidity - as with all Shoei helmets, safety is the key focus when this helmet was designed, this includes when they fit it with their sunshield.
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Shoei Helmets

  

S/M/L Circumference (cm)
2XS  
XS  53 - 54
55 - 56
57 - 58
59 - 60
XL  61 - 62
2XL 63 - 64
3XL  

 

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 Shoei J-Cruise helmet is a replacement for the popular Shoei J-Wing helmet. The design of the helmet is to feel exactly like a full-face helmet but without a chin bar - retaining all of the features and qualities that you would expect from every other Shoei helmet, including the outstanding ventilation that has become a standard for Shoei helmets. It is the perfect helmet for riders who don't like full-face helmets, as it has all of the advantages of a full-face helmet but in an open face shell.

The shell of the Shoei J-Cruise is made out of organic fibre and multi-composite fibre in various layers for a shock absorbent shell with optimum rigidity - as with all Shoei helmets, safety is the key focus when this helmet was designed, this includes when they fit it with their sunshield. It was integrated into the helmet without sacrificing any safety by keeping the EPS liner at the same thickness throughout the helmet. The steel micro-ratchet-system is an interlocking mechanism constructed using 100% stainless steal that is easy to adjust and handy to open and close. A key feature of the open face helmet is the spoiler on the visor that stops air leaking in from the lower part of the visor so that you can ride in a quiet and comfortable environment without disturbance by aerodynamics or aeroacoustics.
More Information
SKUSHH1JCRMAB
BrandShoei
GenderUnisex
Product Type
Main MaterialAIM Shell Construction
Helmet LiningFully Removable
Helmet TypeOpen Face
Strap TypeDouble D-Ring
PinlockPinlock Ready

Shoei Helmets

  

S/M/L Circumference (cm)
2XS  
XS  53 - 54
55 - 56
57 - 58
59 - 60
XL  61 - 62
2XL 63 - 64
3XL  

 

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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