David (bowie )
Arai is the best helmet you will ever buy. I key to a good helmet is fit. Get your head measured. New this helmet is very snug but after 2-3 rides it fits like a glove. very light and quit. the peripherals are pushed way out and I was forgetting i even had a helmet on. Only thing that bugged me was the top at vent in the visor where distracting until i got you to them. Japanese hand made quality throughout.
Javier (Harlingen )
Good fit and like the visor. Gooden noise control and air flow. The lining feels a bit rough on my ears for some reason. However, for the price I expected to be "wowed". Feels better than my Vemar but no as good as my AGV Grid, and for the price difference I feel it should.
Keith (Granby )
Amazing helmet !
randy (PORT ORANGE )
Never could afford one until now. Thanks superstore! Absolutely beautiful helmet, arrived on time and packaged well. Was floored at how beautiful it was when I pulled it out of box. Fits my eyeglasses great and even fits my bigger framed sunglasses.Totally happy!!!
Lance (Denver )
I've been riding sport bikes for over 40 years (yikes!). I've tried them all; Shoei, Bell (early years, yuk!), Nolan, HJC, AGV, etc. Arai simply makes the most comfortable, well-made helmet out there. The fit, finish, and functionality are exemplary. Someone mentioned they were surprised at the price (even though they still liked the helmet). I look at it this way, there is no price I can put on a traumatic brain injury. If you're lucky you'll get most of your cognitive functioning back (that's if you're wearing a helmet at all). Most of the time you won't ever have a complete recovery (I know, because I work with brain injured patients all the time, including those riding 'donor cycles'; i.e., no helmet). If you don't think your brain is worth $500+, then stay off your motorcycle and drive your age.
Ted (Milton )
I the have a "long-oval" head and the Arai Profile/Signet Q series helmets are the only ones I have found to consistently fit my head. Any other brand I try I have to go to at least 2XL for the front-back fit, and then they are too big on sides and I look like a "Bubblehead" doll. I just checked recently and my current helmets were 5 and 11 years old respectively, with numerous dings, so I started looking at closeouts and deals. I really likes the graphics on this limited-edition model. I got an XL, and had to take the first thin layer off the cheek pads for a perfect fit. Came with a pinlock visor, which is nice. Typical great Arai finish. I'm good for another 5 years....