The RPHA 70 is a truly ingenious combination of a superlight race helmet (RPHA 11) with a fully prepared, comfort-orientated touring helmet.
The shell and associated componentry has been engineered to within an inch of its life to enable the helmet to be equipped with an internal sun visor, while weighing the same as the track-focused RPHA 11
Sharing the same large aperture, lockable, anti-fog equipped, quick release visor as its racing stable mate, the RPHA 70 offers tremendous, confidence-inspiring visibility. It has a powerful, purposeful look which features generous and controllable ventilation to the top, front, side and rear of the head - developed in HJC's own wind tunnel to operate effectively for all riding styles. The anti-bacterial lining is not only detachable and machine-washable, but offers an emergency removal system for ambulance crews, in case of an accident. The result is an unparalleled combination of comfort and practicality, which has to be tried to be believed. Features: P.I.M. Plus shell construction comprised of carbon fibre, aramid and carbon-glass hybrid fibre provide enhanced shock-resistant performance, much comfort and lightness of helmet. Multi cool interior with advanced anti-bacteria fabric and enhanced moisture wicking for quick drying and comfort. Double D Fastening System Anti-Fog lens Included HJ-26ST visor fitment Size guide: XXS (52-53cm), XS (54-55cm), S (55-56cm), M (57-58cm), L (58-59cm), XL (60-61cm), XXL (62-63cm)
HJC have been designing and manufacturing high quality protective helmets since the early 1950s. In 1971 the factory turned all of its attention to motorcycle helmets and set itself the simple goal of providing high quality, comfortable, and reasonably priced helmets to motorcyclists throughout the world. This goal came a step nearer during the 1990s when HJC became America's top selling motorcycle helmet - a position it's held ever since. Today HJC helmets are available in every corner of the globe and are, quite simply, the world's biggest helmet brand, producing more motorcycle helmets than any other marque. The range now encompasses the full spectrum of helmet types, with the widest selection of graphics, materials, and price points.