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Arai Corsair V IOM TT 2014 LE Helmet
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Arai Corsair V Isle Of Man TT 2014 Limited Edition Helmet

The Corsair V Isle of Man is an extremely limited edition and is officially sanctioned by Isle of Man Racing. 

The Arai Corsair V Isle of Man TT - 2014 Limited Edition Helmet proves again that Arai’s main focus is the experienced rider who knows what a real helmet should do and have. It doesn’t fling fashion at you; it advanced the art of building better helmets for riders. Its improvements and innovations reach down to the smallest details. Why? Partly obsession. Partly because Arai believes every part of a helmet is interrelated in both design and function. We don’t believe in change for the sake of change, fad, or marketing “shock” value.


  • Newly designed shell with Hyper-Ridge around the bottom enhances shell strength while providing a larger bottom opening
  • Larger bottom opening promotes ease of putting on and taking off the helmet
  • Peripheral belting across the forehead area of the shell enhances structural integrity while maintaining flexibility, low weight and shell size
  • Larger upper vent tabs make operating the vents easier even with thick winter gloves
  • New Arai “SAI” shield with Super AdSis shield system
  • New “SAI” shield is 5mm longer in each side and provides a wider field of view
  • New “SAI” shield and base plates are exclusive to Corsair V helmets
  • Latest generation of Dry Cool line has a new silver-grey color
  • Rear mounting straps are slightly re-positioned exclusively to the Corsair V
  • Neckroll is removable and has additional exhaust channels to remove interior heat
  • Cheek pads have the exclusive Emergency Release Tab feature
  • Newly designed side exhaust cowls exhaust heat as well as add lateral stability at speed
  • Enhanced air inlets of the new DF-9 diffuser increase airflow efficiency
  • Brow vents now duct air into the temple area and out the side vents for maximum cooling
  • Exclusive AirWing provides unprecedented aerodynamic performance with 5 distinct positions
  • DOT approved
  • Snell M2010 Certified
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Arai Corsair V IOM TT 2014 LE Helmet
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
katherine n: Because the Isle of Man helmet rules. The quality is outstanding! Jun 25, 2014
Gary H: Because Arai helmets are the cream of the crop, and I was do for a new helmet. The Corsair V is the epitome of form AND function. This Isle of Man TT design is the coolest design Arai has ever come up with, ever. May 28, 2014
Jerry G: Look at it! Wanted a Corsair V to protect the dome and this design made me open the wallet. May 20, 2014
Ben C: Because its an Arai! May 13, 2014
Deniz Derin O: I have been suffering from asthma since the day I started riding motorcycle. So far I used a well-known brand helmet, however I wasn't satisfied with the gasket between the helmet and the face shield. After hours of riding with the leakage of air, my asthma would always get rough and this had to be stopped for a more comfortable and a safer ride. I have done days of researche; talked to every motorcycle rider I know, read tens of forum sites; and realized this is the helmet I am looking for. Apr 27, 2014
Alex J asked: Are all of the shell sizes different for each size? Would it be possible to buy a size large and just replace the lining to make it an XL? Thanks May 16, 2014
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Greg P: Sorry I can't answer that, I think that is one for Arai. I believe there are several different shell sizes or the liners would become to thin to meet safety standards in larger sizes. Hard to imagine buying a 900$ plus helmet and paying a bunch more $'s to change liner when it might be best to seek out the correct size from the get go.

Good luck.....
May 16, 2014
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Arai Helmet Sizing

Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows. Pull the tape comfortably snug, and read the length.

Size Head (in) Head (cm)
2XS 20 - 20 1/2 51 - 52
XS 20 7/8 - 21 1/4 53 - 54
SM 21 5/8 - 22 55 - 56
MD 22 1/2 - 22 7/8 57 - 58
LG 23 1/4 - 23 5/8 59 - 60
XL 24 - 24 3/8 61 - 62
2XL 24 3/4 - 25 1/8 63 - 64
3XL 25 1/2 - 26 65 - 66

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This is the 2014 Limited Edition version of the Isle of Man TT graphic. Now, for those of you who don't know motorcycle racing, live under a rock, or are from Mars, every June or ever May, they do the Isle of Man in the Isle of Man, I believe off the coast of Ireland. It's a 37 mile road course, which is totally gnarly, especially on today's bikes, and it has a very rich and steep racing history.

Every year, Arai does a replica helmet to set it off, limited edition, and they go really quickly. Now remember, if you're new to the Corsair V, watch our detailed breakdown video. Top of the food chain race helmet from Arai DOT snell rated meant to be in the tuck position. This is a hard core race helmet. Now remember, fit wise on the Corsair V, Intermediate oval head shape should be great for most riders, remember we do ship for free, and I love to hear the gut reaction as I walk through the Isle of Man graphic here. Subscribe to us at RevZilla TV and leave me your comments or questions and your feedback, as always.

Jumping back in, looking at it, what I love about the Arai Corsair V IOM TT Helmet for 2014, mat grey, mat black, almost a frosted coating throughout. Last year was green and gold, this year it's going to be much more aggressive with pops of red. I'm also going to let you know, that this is the first time I've ever seen Arai do a color on its spoiler, so you have that rear diffuser, that rear spoiler here that creates that down force at speed and the tuck that's adjustable, that rear wing I think is what they call it. Again, tying with event season, vent system, very, very cool. They did it in red, ties in with that red pop down the back, and you're going to see the Isle of Man logo along the front of the helmet.

Now, if we look at some of the other elements here, you're going to see along the top, there's an outline of the road course, and I might as well flip it up right now. There's a few things going on here. So you have "Ellan Vannin," which in their dialect is the word for Isle of Man, that's how they would say it. Isle of Man on the other side, you have an outline of the road course with the triskelion, which is there symbol, it's the three legs coming out from a central point. You've seen that on the Sicilian flag, it's a symbol that goes back to the 13th century, again, steeped in tradition, Old World style, old Europe. This race deserves something that's that gnarly. Very cool logo. Almost has a very ominous feel to it.

If you look at some of the other design elements here, again, big sweeps along the side. You see some of the nice race lines that pull it all together. No gloss on this helmet at all, which I love. It's an Aldo Drudi, so you know it's good.