Arai helmets are synonymous with performance. Coveted by those who go fast or aspire to be like the fastest, each handmade helmet comes with a reputation of safety, race-derived technology and distinctive art work. Understanding that there is not one universal head shape led Aria to provide multiple options for an optimal fit. For 2013, Arai offers a host of new helmet designs for three of its premier sportbike helmet models.
The top of the line Arai Corsair-V model is packed with performance features. The Intermediate Oval shell-shaped option comes ready in five new helmet designs inspired by top road-racers including the Dani Pedrosa, Randy Mamola, Scott Russel, Nicky Hayden and Leon Haslam colorways.
The street-focused Arai Signet-Q helmet is delivered with nearly the same characteristics as the Arai Corsair-V but in a Long Oval head form. This popular helmet choice for more regular riding on an awesome machine is now available in two new designs including two American flag motives. Finally, the more affordable Arai Vector-2 provides riders with everything they need from a motorcycle helmet sans the extra more commonly useful in all-out race environments. Like the Arai Corsair-V, it also utilizes the Intermediate Oval interior shape. 2013 Arai helmet designs for this motorcycle helmet include the Phil Read White, Loop, Nakasuga and Giugliana.
For those with a larger motorcycle helmet budget, any one of these three Arai motorcycle helmet models will not disappoint. Everyday commuting, blasting down the track or brushing the egde off though local twisties are all appropriate venues for one of the world's most recognizable motorcycle helmet brands. The hardest part will be deciding which design to pick.