Japanese helmet manufacturer Arai has launched a high-end helmet, the Evo RX-7V 2022. Handcrafted in Japan and still adhering to the R75 philosophy (maintaining the shell shape of a 75mm continuous curve radius), the 2022 RX-7V now offers even greater standards of ventilation and safety. than the previous generation.
The 2022 RX-7V now meets ECE 22.06 standards, where the helmet undergoes a rigorous testing process that includes more impact points and a tilt test to measure helmet spin. According to Arai, the 2022 RX-7V now offers better ventilation and improved cheek pads for better ergonomics and comfort.
The company from the Land of the Rising Sun claims that the helmet has been optimized to divert and dissipate energy during an impact and help reduce the impact the rider will have during a crash. Like its predecessor, the 2022 RX-7V is equipped with a Variable Axis System (VAS), a Formula 1 derived locking system, a removable interior made of antibacterial and hypoallergenic materials, and double ring closure. The latest helmet from Arai itself is priced at $ 1071.