Since 1971, HJC has specialized in manufacturing motorcycle helmets exclusively. HJC helmets are constantly tested in both laboratory testing as well as in "real" life for quality assurance. HJC is equipped with its own state of the art wind tunnel testing laboratory to test for aerodynamics, ventilation, noise, etc.
HJC expanded its range with the introduction of the RPHA 10 full face helmet, featuring an extremely light weight shell, patent pending center locking mechanism, aerodynamics and comfort. The RPHA showcases advanced ventilation channeling system and a unique composite shell design. The RPHA 10 is worn by professional racers including 2011 Moto GP Factory Yamaha racer Ben Spies (2006, 2007, 2009 AMA Superbike Champion, 2009 World Superbike Champion). The RPHA 10 offers all the features of high-end helmets at prices the average consumer can afford. The RPHA 10 is also one of the lightest Snell 2010 helmets on the market.
HJC RPHA 10 Features:
Max Air-Flow Top Vent
Variable air flow adjustable by glove-friendly dials on each intake vent.
Advanced P.I.M. (Premium Integrated Matrix) Construction
A matrix of Carbon Fiber, Aramid, Fiberglass and Organic Non-Woven Fabric create a remarkably strong yet extremely lightweight shell designed for superior fit and comfort.
Lightweight (approximately 3.3 lbs)
RapidFire™ Shield Replacement System
A simple and secure shield ratchet system providing ultra-quick, tool-less removal and installation of the shield.
Optically-superior Pinlock®-prepared 2D Flat-Racing Shield with included clear Pinlock® insert
HJC's innovative center one-touch open / close locking system is designed for an extremely secure seal.
"ACS" Advanced Channeling Ventilation System
Full front to back airflow flushes heat and humidity up and out.
SilverCool Plus™ Interior
Premium soft feel with Ginkgo Extract, moisture-wicking and odor-free interior with advanced silver anti-bacterial fabric. Crown and cheek pads are fully removable / washable & replaceable.
SNELL / DOT Approved
Proper Fit Guidelines:
1. Measure your head using a cloth tape measure about one inch above your eyebrows.
2. Use the sizing chart below to select the helmet size that corresponds most closely to your head measurement.
Note: Helmets must be returned with plastic shield protector still attached.