Arai helmet Rebel Sting Blue color
Outer shell SFL
(Super Fibre Laminate) This is the basic Arai outer shell and is therefore sometimes referred to as ‘Standard Fibre’ although it actually is Super fibre. Super fibre provides more strength than other shell materials, yet is still lightweight.
Facial Contour System
To offer an even better snug fit and enhancing the comfort to the lower jaw, the Facial Contour System (FCS) works with a foam spring support in the cheek pad that compresses and rebounds, providing the necessary support without excessive pressure.
Completely removable interiors that may be cleaned with mild soap and lukewarm water, rinse well and let it dry for a day, never in a clothes dryer, direct sunlight or near a stove. Different size thicknesses are available to fit those in-between sizes for a custom fit for every rider.
Chin bar spoiler
As the “naked” bikes offer a more upright seating position and hardly any wind protection, the chin piece of the Rebel and the pull down chin spoiler are designed to guide the wind around the neck and to improve the aerodynamic, enhancing the
Wide SAI vision
Super AdSis “I” visor offers one of the widest peripheral vision in the business for better performance. Shaping along the upper edge of the shell offer a smooth transition between shield and shell.
(Lever Release System) Makes visor changes easy. Cleaning or replacing the shield in as matter of seconds.
Large operating knobs
Large buttons for convenient operation, even with gloves on.
One-piece rear exhaust extracts hot, damp air from the helmets interior and improves aerodynamics. Side exhausts create a low pressure behind the rear vent?? for better hot air extraction, reduced wind noise and prevent buffeting at speed. Brow vents that guide fresh air to the forehead area.
Five times inspected
Each Arai helmet goes through five separate quality-control departments: after the shell is made, after painting and graphic completion, after assembly and two in-process inspections.
The premium quality interior of any Arai helmet can be easily cleaned, in place, with mild soap and lukewarm water
It can take up to five years for our experts to earn the right to create an Arai shell. Each shell can take up to 27 steps and to build one Arai helmet will take about 18 man-hours.
All-day comfort with the Arai interior fit and shape together with the finest liner materials and the extensive ventilation system. And thanks to the perfect balance and weight distribution of the helmet, you hardly notice you are wearing an Arai.
All Arai helmets are penetration tested, (except Freeway-2, Penta, Astro-Light and VX-Pro Jr) although not required by European helmet standards. The Arai penetration test is performed with a 3kg test cone that strikes from a height of 3m on the helmet.
Double-D ring device
The flat and D-shaped rings fit smooth against the chin. No moving parts, no corrosion problems and just pulling the tab is enough to loosen the fastener.
Rounder, smoother, stronger shell
The outer shell of Arai helmets is designed to glide without unnecessary resistance. You don’t want to decelerate your helmet more than necessary. That’s why all Arai vents and ducts are designed to break off during an impact.
Stronger outer shell, softer inner shell
Arai uses a stronger outer shell to spread impact forces and a softer inner shell to absorb remaining energy. The multiple-density EPS inner shell is made using a unique technology of combining three to five densities in various areas as a single component.
The organic shape of an Arai outer shell offers a more natural appearance, seals better and conforms more to the head’s natural shape for improved comfort, fit and to help minimize wind turbulence.
Different outer shells
Unlike many other manufacturers Arai provides one size outer shell for each two-helmet sizes for most models. Together with different shaped outer shells for different models it is almost impossible not to find the fit you are looking for.
Arai In-house test
This Arai helmet is designed to meet the stringent Arai In-house standard requirements, in addition to mandatory standards such as ECE 22-05.