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Arai Signet-Q Target Helmet

The Signet-Q takes all the favorite features of the RX-Q and create a whole new series based on all the successes. On the outside, the Arai Signet-Q Racer Helmet looks very similar to it's namesake, the RX-Q, but on the inside you can see and feel the difference. A longer shell shape on the Arai Signet-Q Racer Helmet gives 5mm more space front to back allowing for a larger number of heads to fit comfortably. The shape of the Arai Signet-Q Racer Helmet releases forehead pressures and eliminate hot spots for a more comfortable fit every time.  This shape works best for riders with a long oval headshape.

Additional Features of the Arai Signet-Q Target Helmet

  • Both the top vent set and side exhaust cowls are direct carryovers from the RX-Q 
  • Brow vent ducting redirects to flow air across the temples
  • DDL-4 exhaust vent to the 10mm wider eye port (5mm on each side)
  • Long Oval Fit
  • SAI "MAX-Vision Brow Vent" shield
  • Clear Pinlock Max-Vision Brow Vent Pinlock lens included
  • Elongated shell adds 5mm from front to back
  • Long-Oval shape helps prevent “Hot-Spot”
  • Multi-Density Single piece EPS liner
  • Removable, replaceable, washable interior
  • Dry-Cool Surface material for rapid displacement of heat and moisture away from your head and into the ventilation airflow for added comfort while riding and a quick dry between rides
  • 5mm peel-away temple pads adds another level of customization, giving the helmet interior a little extra width when needed
  • Enhanced for customizable micro fitment interior without the need to purchase extra interior components
  • Arai Signet Q Racer graphic has the New FCS (Facial Contour Support) cheek pad design
  • Innovative and exclusive spring support adds just the right amount of pressure when needed while being worn
  • Meets or exceeds Snell and D.O.T. standards
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Arai Signet-Q Target Helmet 4.8 5 223 223
The best costs money, but it really is the best! After the padding on my current Arai Quantum E that I bought in 1997 starting breaking down, I went on the search for a new helmet. Remembering the $700 I spent on the first one thinking that they'd last forever, I didn't want to spend as much this time. After seeing how much helmets have changed since I got my last one and seeing how reasonably priced some of them were, I thought for sure I could find one that fits perfect for maybe $200. I've got a large head and it's also a long oval shape. For this reason the helmets in the 90's didn't fit great and I had to get an XXL helmet so my head would fit in it front to back. At high speeds my helmet would push back against my face and I got some buffeting on the highway. I figured I could drop down to an XL and get the right head shape and it would fit much better. After finding that some other brands now have long oval helmets for reasonable prices I set out to find the perfect one. I tried the Icon Airmada and for some reason the neck roll has a grippy rubber on it that grips and pulls your hair as you try to get it on, and I couldn't even get my head in to an XL and I knew with the right head shape I shouldn't need an XXL. I tried helmets from AGV with a Rossi paint scheme and a Bell Vortex, Shoe RX1200 and the head shape was no where a perfect fit. Long story longer, I tried an Arai RX-Q knowing it was out of my price range but I figured what the heck, I'll see what they're like. It was the best helmet I tried so far. I could tell the padding was superior, the visor and strap was high quality and the paint was beautiful. I then found the Signet Q, the longest oval of the bunch and instantly it was like baby bear's bed, just right. I watched a video online about Arai's quality standards and I was sold. Less wind noise, less buffeting, higher safety standards than Snell or Dot, and it's comfortable. The removable interior lets me wash it unlike my last one with just removable cheek pads. The interior has come a long way. So I guess I'm an Arai guy still. Hopefully this one last a long time too. I figure the cost isn't so bad when you think that it's probably the most personal piece of ridding safety gear you can buy and I figure, if I'm going to spend that much on a helmet it's got to look good, and it does! I did change my mind on color and Revzilla swapped it out as easy as pie with no issues. If you've got a long oval head, and can handle the cost, just get it. Cheers and ride safe! October 20, 2014
Good, but with small complaints I have not had the helmet long, but have noticed a few things right off the bat. First of all, the helmet fits great. I used to wear a Scorpion EXO700, which would put pressure on the front of my head that would lead to a headache after a while. The Signet fits my head perfectly. I do have a couple complaints. First of all, right out of the box I noticed that the "Arai" decal on the front of the helmet is slightly crooked. Only slightly, but noticeable. A small nit, but for as much money as I paid for it, I expect little things like that to be perfect. Secondly, and more importantly, is the neck strap. It is not completely covered by soft material, so a good portion of the rough strap rubs against my neck and is very uncomfortable. My Scorpion helmet strap was perfect...covered nicely with soft material, and never caused me a moment of discomfort. With the Arai, I am going to have to figure out a good way to cover the chin strap because it would be unbearable on a long ride. Overall, I like the helmet, but the chin/neck strap issue needs to be fixed. October 18, 2014
The only helmet you'll ever want to wear if you have a long oval head! This is my second Arai Signet -Q helmet. I'll never go back to any other make. Why buy an Arai rather than a less expensive helmet? Both will protect your head. The difference is quality of workmanship, weight, venting, noise, features and accessories, plus overall fit and comfort. The Arai is also Snell rated, if that matters to you. Most importantly, if you have a long (front-to-back) and narrow (side-to-side) head like mine, there really is no better fitting, more comfortable helmet than the Arai Signet-Q. Period. I wear my helmet for 2 hours for five days each week (1 hour each way on my commute). I also wore this helmet for up to eight hours a day on an extended touring trip. This is when weight, noise levels, venting, fit, and comfort really matter. The venting works very well, and the helmet is incredibly comfortable. The liner can be removed for washing. This helmet is well worth the price. I have the Hi-Viz Yellow, to increase my visibility in traffic. The Arai Hi-Viz Signet-Q is a beautiful piece of work with the black contrasting vents. I also added yellow highly reflective stickers found at most bicycle shops, which are invisible in the daytime but very attention getting after dark. I also use the (absolutely unfoggable!) yellow pinlock insert (which increases contrast) and the Arai Pro Shade System, both of which I highly recommend. It was with great fear and trepidation that I trusted the size chart and purchased a size large rather than an extra large. It fits wonderfully. Measure your head and trust the size chart. September 27, 2014
Only brand that fits well This is the second one of these helmets I've purchased. I have a long head front to back, and the extra length of this helmet is the only thing out there that I can wear without creating pressure points on the top of my forehead. Changing out visors is a bit trickier than other brands, and it is one of the more expensive helmets out there, but worth it for the fit. Would definitely recommend this product if you've been having problems with a pressure point on the forehead. September 23, 2014
Perfect for riders with narrow heads The Arai Signet-Q is a great helmet if you have helmets that are always rubbing on your forehead making uncomfortable hot spots. The shape of this helmet will allow you to wear the proper helmet size and be comfortable. Pros: Long/Narrow design as promised. Double layered face shield to keep from fogging. Lots of airflow when all the vents are open. Padding removes easily for cleaning and adjusting. Snell 2015 rated. Cons: The slider pucks at the top of the face shield, although small, are annoying and don't allow for a full field of vision. It might seem like a nit pick, but it bugs me. September 22, 2014
Intermediate Oval Goodness Having worn many helmets throughout my time riding I can say I've worn many an ill fitting helmets. Some manufactures require me to wear a large or extra large. The Signet-Q is the first helmet to ever fit like a glove and has freed me from pressure headaches. The ventilation on this helmet is very flexible and on a hot day, with all the vents open, the helmet wicks away and evaporates sweat to keep me nice and cool. The anti-fog pin-lock system is superb for cold weather / early morning riding. (I did get a second silver mirror visor and that has only made this helmet better.) If it's really cold outside or raining the vents can be adjusted to find that right balance of airflow for maximum comfort. Others have reviewed this better than I ever could but the shape of this helmet is perfect for you intermediate oval shaped people out there. Can't stress that enough. September 22, 2014
Top of the line, but... The Arai Signet-Q is the best of the best for the long oval head crowd, as long as your long oval head doesn't have too tall a crown as well. I found the interior shape was perfect for my very pronounced long oval head, but the Signet-Q felt like it was sitting on my head. it just didn't have enough depth in the crown to come down on my head and settle; and my chin was wagging under the chin bar, even with the helmet tilted forward as much as possible. I got an Icon Airmada instead, problem solved; same large size, nearly the same long oval shape, almost as nicely made... returned the Arai, easy returns, thanks Revzilla! September 15, 2014
Comfortable, quiet & scoops air. What could be better??? This is an expensive helmet. What do you get for those extra dollars? Build quality! This thing is a solid lid with nice hardware. Comfort! The liner is tunable and made of quality material. The visor is nice and wide and absolutely no defect or waviness in the face shield. Air-flow! This thing shoves air in your face and circulates it all around your noggin. There are other helmets that vent well but this lid does it at all speeds. I even get a breeze when stopped. When I first wore it I reached to pull the visor down when ridding down my neighborhood street at 10mph because I thought it was up due to the air-flow. Yes, it's that good. Quiet! Not stealth mode movie effect quiet but quieter than any of my previous helmets. You hear slight wind noise but it doesn't overpower other sounds as my other helmets did. Warranty! 5 years. Enough said. If you are in the helmet hunt this one should be at the top of your list. I've tried them on in store before and been tempted but have always gone with a cheaper helmet. I'm glad I didn't this time as I could tell within the first mile that this was a keeper!!! Previous helmets: Nolan, Bell, Bilt & Icon September 13, 2014
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Michael A: Number one reason is that Arai is about quality and safety. My head is worth it. Secondly, it fits my head shape perfectly. Thirdly, I love the graphics. Finally, buying from Revzilla is awesome because of their product information and presentation of features and simplifies the process of buying what works for you! Jun 9, 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

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 814182 817600 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
SM 821423 817601 Out of Stock
MD 821424 817602 Out of Stock
LG 821425 817603 Out of Stock
XL 821426 817604 Out of Stock
2XL 821429 817605 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days