Arai RX 7V
In the 1950s Japan’s first helmet was created by a hat maker and motorcyclist by the name of Hirotake Arai. Now, two generations later, Akhito Arai his grandson, has released the firm’s latest product; the Arai RX-7V.
The RX-7V embodies the height of Arai’s knowledge and experience. Arai’s new Variable Axis System for the visor allows the visor to open and close even with the lower mount position. From the new anti-microbial material liner, with an even slimmer frame, to the improved diffuser, integrated air channels and new ducts, the Arai RX-7V shows an immense attention to detail that Arai is known for. The new stronger and smoother shell means that the helmet is closer than ever to the ideal helmet shape. Arai have improved their helmet’s ability to ‘glance off’ in the event of impact significantly with this helmet.