Outer shell: Complex Fibre Laminate (CFL)
Complex Fibre Laminate (CFL) employs special fibre layers bonded by unique resins formulated by Arai, producing an extremely high fibre to low resin ratio. This carefully managed construction delivers strength, structural integrity and impact flexibility which allows the rounded outer shell to do its main job – deflect, absorb and disperse impact energy over the widest possible area.
Easy to clean diffusers create a strong venture vacuum at the rear. Dual intake for increased airflow and lower noise level. Under-peak air intake collects and directs cool air into the helmet. Closable chin vent controls the airflow to the chin area. Inner chin vent shutter prevents debris coming into the helmet industy riding conditions. Brow ventilation, lower side vents and neck roll exhaust.
Pinlock Insert Lens
Effectively prevents misting and fogging of the visor, even under extreme wet and damp conditions. May be cleaned and changed easily.
Arai´s Dry-Cool® material transfers heat and moisture away from the rider quickly and efficiently.
Replaceable Cheek pads/Ear cups
Cheek pads/ear cups may be easily removed. All parts (replaceable or not) can be cleaned with lukewarm water and mild soap. Rinse well after cleaning and never dry in direct sunlight or near a heat source. Interior parts in different size thickness are available for a custom fit for every rider.
The complete interior may be easily removed. All parts (replaceable or not) can be cleaned with lukewarm water and mild soap. Rinse well after cleaning and never dry in direct sunlight or near a heat source. Interior parts in different size thickness are available for a custom fit for every rider.
5mm ’’Peel Away’’ Ear cups/Cheek pads
Giving even more ability to craft the perfect fit and comfort, the cheek pads now feature a 5 mm peel away layer for added room if needed.
5mm ’’Peel Away’’ Temple pad
Arai´s peel-away temple crown pads give the option of 5 mm more interior width* if needed.
Emergency Release System (ERS)
Allows easier access to an injured rider. By pulling the orange tabs integrated in the pads, the cheek pads slide out. Making helmet removal easier for trained medical personnel and rescuers. Minimising the risk of additional injury.
The most common helmet certification internationally, required by over 50 countries worldwide.