We take a detailed look at the brand new Arai Signet Q helmet. This helmet has a long-oval fit, and will be replacing the Profile in their helmet lineup. The Arai Signet-Q is based on the RX-Q shell, but is elongated 5mm front to back. You can check out all of the graphic and color options available by clicking the link above.
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The Arai Corsair V is the best helmet on the market for a customer who wants the ultimate safety and great venting. The Arai Corsair V Helmet uses the newest shield design to give the rider the maximum vision on the road and track. This feature along with the Arai Corsair V Helmets quick release cheek pads and the aerodynamic shape have made the Corsair V the helmet of choice for racers around the word. So if you want the best, then get an Arai Corsair V helmet. If you are in the market for a Arai Solid this is the deal for you. Not only do we have an exclusive on this offer, but we will BEAT any price on an Arai Helmet. Call today if you find a better price. We will make it worth your while.
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The Arai Profile is a great choice for those who need more room front to back inside the helmet. The long oval fit of the Profile eliminates hot spots on the forehead, and is a little more snug on the sides. In this review of the Arai Profile, we take a look at all of the features that make a premium helmet a top choice for the serious rider.
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The Arai VX-Pro3 is a premium level off-road helmet, which is at home on the motocross track or the trails. With its complex laminate construction, the VX-Pro3 has an incredibly strong shell, as well as a very well designed chin-bar that won’t dig in during a crash. The visor is designed to work well at both high and low speeds, and works in conjunction with the ventilation system. Click the link above to check out the VX-Pro 3 and all of the graphics that it comes in. Check out the Arai VX-Pro3 Helmet Video Review!
Arai RX-Q Helmets are constructed from the same shell as the Corsair, but now offer different sizing to comply with new Snell guidelines. With expanded size options to include more head shapes and sizes, the Arai RX-Q Helmets are now available to a bigger population. If you couldn’t find one to fit you before, check them out and see if you now have a size to fit you! Arai RX-Q is an all around super helmet and for the price and quality, you can’t go wrong! Check out the Arai RX-Q Helmet Video Review!
We take a detailed look at the brand new Arai Signet-Q helmet video review. This helmet has a long-oval fit, and will be replacing the Profile in their helmet lineup. The Arai Signet-Q is based on the RX-Q shell, but is elongated 5mm front to back. You can check out all of the graphic and color options available by clicking the link above.
This weekend we spent some time at a Dealer show in Dallas, TX. We managed to get some more pictures for you all. Including a picture of their new spring loaded cheek pad! Enjoy! Click the images for larger more in depth views
The Arai Signet was a perfect fit for those with a long-oval head shape, and many riders found that it was tough to find a replacement Arai when that helmet left the lineup. The Arai Profile was the closest fit, but even it leans more towards intermediate oval. Well, Arai has just announced the new Arai Signet-Q helmet, filling in that long-oval void that the old Signet left. The exterior of the new Signet-Q is based on the newer RX-Q model, which is an intermediate oval helmet with some great features. What Arai has done is elongated the RX-Q by 5mm front to back, and retained all of the those features that have made the RX-Q successful. The top vents and side exhaust vents are directly off of the RX-Q, as is the 10mm wider eyeport. The new Arai Signet-Q also ships with a pinlock insert for anti-fog duty, and the SAI-MAX shield has Arai’s famous brow vents, which direct air across the temples to keep you cool. Arai is known for their fanaticism when it comes to fit, and they are taking it one step further with the Signet-Q. The new Arai Signet-Q comes with peel away “Micro Fit Layers” at the temples. They are essentially 5mm layers that come installed in the helmet, and can be removed for more room if necessary. We will be traveling to Texas this weekend to bring you the latest information on the Arai Signet-Q and other new products, so stay tuned!