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Arai Motorcycle Helmets and Headwear

Japanese motorcycle helmet manufacturer Arai was founded in 1926 and has a long history of supplying products to leading figures from the worlds of motor racing and motorcycling. The Arai GP-6 RC helmet has been worn by Formula One drivers Jenson Button, Sebastian Vettel, Max Chilton, Adrian Sutil and Sergio Pérez.

All Arai helmets are hand-built by craftsmen and come in a range of innovative designs, sizes and colours. Just one element of the production process is completed with the aid of a machine, ensuring Arai’s safety standards are never compromised.

To help you filter your search and find what you’re looking for Arai’s best-selling products have been grouped into categories such as helmets, visors, helmet parts and accessories, helmet and visor bags and visor inserts.


The Vector 2, Freeway, Quantum-X, Chaser V and Rebel are among Arai’s most popular helmets and can be found in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Depending on the model you choose, sizes as small as XXS and as large XXL may be available.

Understated single colour models include the black or white Chaser V, whilst the Quantum in a racing design using red, white and blue colours adds a touch of style. For a truly eye-catching helmet, choose the Arai Axces 2 with a bright yellow and black tiger design.

Whether you’re choosing an open face or full face Arai motorcycle helmet you can have peace of mind that every design meets stringent safety standards and road regulation.


Choose from scratch resistant, anti-fog and pinlock ready varieties that fit a range of Arai’s most popular helmet styles. Visors and visor inserts are available in a variety of tinted shades including yellow, grey, blue and clear.

Darker shades are also available however, caution is advised when using them on the road. If visibility is poor or light is fading, dark visors should be removed to ensure clear vision at all times.

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