To prolong the usable life of your helmet, it is important that you clean it regularly. This does not mean a full strip-down wash every time, that level of clean can be reserved for once or maybe twice a season. More frequent, routine cleanings can be as simple as a quick wipe down with a wet towel, or a limted wash of the easily removable parts. After every ride, we encourage you to wipe the residual sweat from the surface of the interior lining. If you use sun block, makeup or hair products, you may want to pull out the cheek pads and head liner and give them a quick rinse in the sink. Build up of these products can become difficult to remove after a while. For some advise on a full wash of your helmet, inside and out, check out this video.
|2XS||51 - 52|
|XS||53 - 54|
|SM||55 - 56|
|MD||57 - 58|
|LG||59 - 60|
|XL||61 - 62|
|2XL||63 - 64|
|2XL||63 - 64|
|3XL||65 - 66|
* Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
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Our mission has always been the protection and comfort of riders. Every Arai helmet is 100 percent handmade. We don’t build Arai helmets to meet any safety standards; we build them to exceed the standards. The foundation principles of protection formulated over three generations have never been forgotten in six decades of helmet design and manufacturing.
Arai is a small, family company, driven by the same family, with the same mission, through three generations – three generations of riders. We see riders wearing our helmets, and we hope they know we made their helmets to the best of our ability, to protect and make them feel comfortable no matter how far or how long they ride. We build your helmet by hand. We each have a specific job, yet all of us know every step that goes into building it. That is how we learn there are no minor parts to an Arai helmet, and there are no minor jobs here. We build each Arai helmet as if we’re creating it for one of our own, a brother, a father, a husband, a sister. That is what makes every one of us Arai.
At Arai, safety standards like Snell or DOT are our baseline, not our goal. Standards create minimum criteria, but, while many helmet makers design their helmets to meet those minimums, “good enough” has never been good enough around here. Our standards are made for the real world, the world of distracted drivers, unpredictable situations, sharp angles – things that don't move when you hit them. A world you can’t duplicate in a controlled, predictable testing laboratory environment.