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HJC RPHA 10 Cage Helmet
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HJC Helmets RPHA 10 Cage Helmet

Designed for superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology, the new HJC RPHA10 helmet is constructed from Advanced P.I.M. (Premium Integrated Matrix) a composite of Carbon fiber, Fiberglass epoxy, Aramid epoxy, & Organic fibers resulting in a remarkably strong and extremely lightweight helmet. 


  • “ACS” Advanced Channeling Ventilation system: Full front to back airflow flushes heat and humidity up and out
  • Max Air-flow top vent: Variable air flow is adjusted by glove-friendly dials on each intake vent
  • New, easier to operate chin vent
  • RapidFire II HJ-20 shield replacement system: Simple and secure shield ratchet system provides ultra-quick, tool-less removal and installation
  • Optically-superior Pinlock prepared 2D flat-racing shield with included clear Pinlock insert
  • 2-Stage shield closure system with one-touch center locking system makes for an extremely tight and secure seal
  • SilverCoolPlus interior: Removable / Washable interior. Premium soft interior with Ginkgo Extract, moisture-wicking & odor free with advanced silver anti-bacterial fabric
  • 3 shell sizes
  • 5 year limited Warranty
  • Meets or exceeds SNELL & D.O.T. standards
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HJC RPHA 10 Cage Helmet 4.8 5 209 209
One heck of a helmet with a few flaws I just want to say that I have 3 helmets right now since I just bought a new HJC RPHA-10. I have a Shoei Multitec from years ago that I wore up until the spring of 2014 and while nothing was wrong, the helmet was just too old (7 years old). I bought an HJC CL-17, making it my first "budget"/low-end helmet since owner a Raider years ago. I did have an RF-1100 for a year before a friend borrowed my helmet for a long group wide and went down and with money being tight, I "settled" for the CL-17. I was debating earlier this spring between an RF-1200 (since I've had a Shoei before and I liked it), Bell RS-1, or the RPHA-10 since they were all close in price and after trying them on, the RF-1200 didn't really fit my head too well but the RS-1 and the RPHA-10 were perfect for me, a better fit than the CL-17 which broke in and was a bit too large now. But with a small baby, I decided I just got my HJC CL-17 so I stuck it with the CL-17 until I saw a price I couldn't pass up as mentioned above. I'll do a first thoughts review now and maybe in mid-September I'll do another follow-up. If you do mind, feel free to move along . Also, everything will be rated on your basic 1-10 scale trying to be as objective as possible. Rating- Using your basic 1-10 scale or my own MMA/Pro Wrestling scale. 1= Deplorabe. They couldn't pay me enough to wear it regularly (unless it was in the 3 figure range lol, then I'd consider it). A "Kenneth Allen" 3= Pretty bad. I would not buy it, again, unless I was paid, I will skip on this helmet/feature. A "Shungo Oyama" 5= Average, maybe I'd buy it again and maybe I wouldn't depending on the circumstances. I think we all know what a 5 is or what average means. A "Phil Baroni". 7= Pretty good, or above average. I would likely buy it again or the feature is something I could live with and not complain much. "A Heath Herring/gate keeper." 10= Cream of the crop, the holy grail. The "Royce Gracie of the 90s or Fedor of the early/mid 2000s or GSP of the late 2000s and early 2010s. Simply put, cannot be defeated. Price The RPHA-10 is now available at a few places for $199 on closeout which is ridiculous and a deciding factor in my purchase. This helmet, when it first came out, had an MSRP $359-$554 depending on the graphics with the Ben Spies and Jorge Lorenzo Replicas being the most expensive one. Most places are still selling them at $300+ for just the solids, ahem *RevZilla*. So to be able to nab a supposedly great helmet at 50% off was just too good of a deal to let it pass by. 9.5/10 or Anderson Silva- Those PEDs helped a bit/ Safety Isn't this the reason we get these things? Well, it's a day old and only 65miles on the noggin so I'll just get to the stats and go to the next area of interest. SNELL M2010 and DOT certified. 8/10 simply because it is not ECE R22.05 or Robbie Lawler Fit/Comfort The helmet is obviously a bit more of a race fit helmet but I assume most of us have worn an race fit helmet before. Snug but man this one fit like a glove. Within seconds, I didn't even notice I was wearing it if not for one thing, that I will get to in a bit. I would say this helmet fits more of a neutral shape, some say round but it is not round like the CL-17. Definitely more neutral or maybe even slightly on the more narrow oval/intermediate oval than a true round. Love the fit, the liner felt better than I remember from trying it on a few months ago; the liner is very plush and just has a great quality feel to it. Feels like a soft pillow all around my head the moment I put it on and then it disappears completely, figuratively speaking. I tried on my CL-17 and the Multitec and there was a big change. It also feels better than my old RF-1100 as well. The only thing that reminds me I am wearing a helmet, and is a slight nuisance at the moment, is that I feel like something is pressing on my right ear ever so slightly. I am hoping that after a few weeks, it will break in and that will go away. No pain but feels like my ear lobe is being folded in a bit even though it is not. 7.5/10 or Michael Bisping/ Face Shied/Vision The eye port here, vertically is just average if you look at just the dimensions of the. The width of the shield is above average. With that said, there's a difference when you put it on and actually look through the eye port. Unlike my modular Shoei and the CL-17, I can actually see more vertically in this helmet than my previous 4 helmets (RF-1100 included). I'm not sure because I measured the vertical visor size and it's basically the same as my CL-17 but once it's on, I can barely see the top of the visor. It's really in the way the helmet sits or wraps around my head. It allows me to see more than my other three helmets. The width is exceptional as well. I can see my nearly my entire peripheral vision with little hindrance. I almost have to turn my head to see the sides of my visor, or the edge of the helmet. Outside of what I consider outstanding vision, it comes with a pinlock ready shield AND a free clear pinlock insert. No need to spend another $30 or more for an insert although a light smoke would've been my preference. 9.5/10 or Prime motivated BJ Penn Ventilation/Airflow Again, I wish I had my RF-1100 so I could compare but I don't and so this is where it gets a bit washy. The ventilation and airflow on this is excellent, much better than the Multitec and CL-17. Immediately I could feel the airflow from the top vent, free air just coming in. I want to say the top ventilation was, at the very least, as great as the 1100 but I'm going off what I remember from over a year ago. My head feels massive air coming in and I mean that by helmet standards. With that said, the lower vent feels very substandard. I haven't been on the highway much so maybe at high speeds for a distance and my mind will change but as it stands, very substandard. I felt the 1100 had more air flowing through the chin vent and the CL-17 DOES have a bit more airflow as well. Because of that, the rating will go down quite a bit. If it was just based on the top vent, it'd be a 9. All things considered, still more airflow than the CL-17 but not quite as much as the RF-1100 and slightly above average. 7/10 or Frank Trigg Noise Level Oddly enough, maybe it's the shape of my head but this helmet is noisier than the RF-1100 and my CL-17. It's about the same as the modular Multitec. I was a bit disappointed and this is one area that I don't think will get better with time. Even though it has a great chin curtain, the air doesn't seem to seal around my neck well and that's where the air enters. I've taken my hand and put it around my neck (like a single hand chock) and it's eerily silent and I don't feel like my neck is that thin so I'm not sure why. This is the one true knock on this helmet and will receive my lowest rating although I wear ear plugs if I ride longer than 10 mins on the highway. 5/10 or Shonie Carter Weight This is where this helmet really excels and could be seen in the comfort/fit section; there's a reason it's so comfortable and while the liner plays a huge role, the weight or lack thereof is equally important. As I mentioned earlier, immediately after putting it on and feeling that soft plush feel, the helmet sort of just vanishes. The vision is great, liner wonderful, and helmet so light that I literally didn't feel the helmet. I must say that I've have never owned a CF helmet so I am not sure how that would feel and I know that would likely be lighter but I looked at the stats this morning and sure enough, I was not deceived by my senses or that new gear feeling. My XL came in at 1576grams/3.47lbs. While I don't have my RF-1100, I do have the stats available online. The RF-1100 in XL is 1746grams/3.85lbs. The HJC CL-17 in XL came in at 1754grams/3.87lbs. While the numbers seem small, I really do feel a HUGE difference. 9/10 or Chuck Liddell Overall: I was hesitant to get another HJC due to the CL-17 feeling like just a decent helmet but nothing special like my two previous Shoei helmets. This RPHA-10 changed my mind completely. I honestly don't believe I could get anything at $199 and get all the things I got here. Overall, I would have to give the helmet 8/10 or Johnny Hendricks If you want a helmet for $200 or less and not worry about it feeling less than "premium", this is definitely the one to get. I will update this in two weeks and see how things go. PS, my heart feels like this helmet is a 9.5 mainly due to how great of a deal it was but my head stabilizes things and tells me it's an 8 right now after 65 miles and two days. August 27, 2015
Excellent value Love the helmet - clean simple design and good features. The 3 vents provide some good venting. Face shields are relatively inexpensive and very easy to swap out. The interior cushioning easily comes out for cleaning/washing. I would guess the sizing runs a bit small - I needed a large and I don't really have a 'large' head by comparison. September 21, 2015
best helmet I've ever owned This helmet is extraordinary and given the price, it makes you wonder why most helmets are not manufactured this way. The inner liner feels smooth against the skin and airflow feels amazing when all vents are open! The noise level in my opinion is a medium so you still need to wear ear plugs. If HJC can make this helmet quieter it will be just as good if not better than any high end Shoei or Arai. Overall this is the best helmet I've ever owned and will most likely buy another when the time comes. September 21, 2015
Comfortable Safety...wish it had better "racing" visibility I've gone thru 2 of these helmets. This one and the Graffitti. The comfort outways the faults. First the bad, when I'm gridding up and the 3 sign is out, I really like to put the visor up. However, the 2 board always seems early and the 1 is also rushed and I need to get the visor down and snapped quick. This visor is a little hard to snap shut with my race gloves. An average problem, basically I like to stick my neck way out lining up a turn. The top of the helmet is a little lower than I wish it was. Basically Looking left and right is useless during a race. You're not worried about traffic you always look forward or "up". Up being that you're hanging off the side of the bike and craning your neck "up" to look forward. The top of the visor opening could be a little more to make that easier. It's hard on my neck. The good, comfort, comfort, comfort. This helmet rocks. The great, I've gone thru two of these because me head has hit the pavement twice. The first time was upwards of 140mph and I barely felt it. My arm felt like the hand of God reached down and slapped me into the track but my head barely registered the fall. The second time I didn't feel a thing. Thru the few faults this helmet rocks simply for comfort and protecting my dome. Love it. A similar fall in my "helmet not to be mentioned" and I saw stars. September 14, 2015
A great buy with decent features. I wanted full face helmet for an up coming trip, so I decided on the RPHA 10 based on price and overall reviews. Since it was a closeout, I assume because of the color, it was about $100 off the regular sale price. My head size was right on the border of a medium-large at 22 7/8" so I opted for the large. I have never been able to wear a medium in a full face helmet. I think it was a good choice. It still fits fairly snug after breaking it in so I'm glad I went with the large. It's about average on noise but it is very light in weight. I had hope it would be a little quieter but still a good value with the include pin lock shield. September 14, 2015
Just what I wanted I have had this helmet for a few months now, and can finally tackle a review. It is great. The visor seals well, the helmet vents good, and it's a lot quieter than my old HJC FS-6s helmet. I would not hesitate to recommend this helmet or purchase again if I neeeded to. September 9, 2015
Great Value, especially at sale price I bought the rpha 10 evoke in black at a sale price of $240. I was on the face between this and a Bell RS1 that I got to try on in a store. With the arpha being priced for so much less, I decided to give it a try and i'm glad I did. I've purchased 2 other full face helmets before this one. A GMAX GM78 (decent for an entry-level helmet) and a Lazer Monaco Pure Glass modular helmet. (Very nice for touring or group rides) this is my basis of comparison when it comes to airflow, noise level and comfort. This helmet has a very comfortable interior, small profile, snug fit that still feels good even after a few hours, and a small first detent for around town. The latch on the front works well but I usually ride with it unsecured to allow the shield to stay fog-free. I have a 23 inch head measurement and a large fit perfectly. I also have an intermediate oval head shape. The rpha is quieter than both of my other helmets but I still need earplugs for longer rides. As far as style goes the evoke pictures didn't impress me online but it does look pretty good in person. The graphic is definitely gray and silver even though it can look gold in videos and some pictures. I bought the dark smoke shield to go with it and it looks pretty bada$$. are thinking about getting this helmet I strongly recommend it, especially at the sale price. September 5, 2015
Great air flow Can really feel the air flow. Good fit and is very nice in the TX heat compared to my previous helmet. July 13, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Tara G: it works, Jul 1, 2015
Javan V: On closeout sale, great helmet for the price. May 7, 2015
Steve Y: Have an older HJC helmet and needed to upgrade to newer model. HJCs are a good value. May 3, 2015
Paolo L: I came from Arai, my last helmet was an Arai Nakano which is now retired and saving as a collectible. I have a round head, and most helmets don't fit me well. This HJC has everything I prioritize on a helmet, SNELL rating + composite shell + Pinlock. What more can you ask for? Can't argue with the price, Awesome! Jan 31, 2015
Matthew Z: Snell rated. good colors Jan 7, 2015
Jayraj N: I always wanted to buy HJC RPHA 10 helmet because of it's lightness, cost and the features it provides. Air flow is great, no head buffeting. Cage looks cool on my red bike. Sep 6, 2014
I L: replacing a Mugello RPS-10 that did its job protecting me in a crash. I love the look of the new RPHA-10's and the cage is a pretty sick color combo. Mar 19, 2014
Ethan D: His helmet was the most at best price. Cant go wrong with HJC. Feb 16, 2014
Gabriel A: I choose this item doe to fit and weight, also read some of the reviews and is sounds like you get good quality for the price. Oct 20, 2013
M I: very good reviews, good price. Sep 28, 2013
A shopper asked: Just curious to revzilla and others who have this helmet, what internal shape would you say the helmet has? I've heard HJC's are more towards the round shape, is this true? Considering buying this helmet, it is very nice. :) Jan 2, 2014
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Emilly S: I bought my boyfriend this helmet for Christmas and he loves it. But we had to send it back in for a larger size so just make sure you try it on before you purchase it. He dosent really have a round head his is just long. But I highly recommend it! They also provide excellent customer service :) Jan 2, 2014
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David S: i would say more round oval. Its kind of in between. I have 3 helmets, Aria Corsair V, HJC RPHA 10 and an AGV Corsa. In my opinion this is my second most comfortable helmet considering fit. Jan 3, 2014
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Gabriel A: Yes, the HJC RPHA 10 Cage Helmet is more of a round shape. I tried on various helmet brands and the HJC RPHA was one of the helmets with a round shape. Jan 3, 2014
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Kyler H: I ordered this HJC Cage helmet and the RF1200 Shoei both in size Medium and compared them side by side.I have to say, the HJC is very nice for the price. However I wasnt a fan of the face shields center lock. Kinda weird. Also the vent controllers on the head. When youre riding, how can you feel for the dial and who needs such tiny adjustments? it should just be open or closed in my opinion. The Shoei's fit was more snug, with a smaller overall size and better ergonomics. Pay the little bit extra and get a Shoei :) Jan 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have an older HJC helmet. How does this one fit compared to other HJC models? Are they about the same size? I know Revzilla is great at returns/exchanges, but would like to try to get the correct one on the first try. Thanks Jan 8, 2015
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Todd M: Slightly less round, but the padding molds well to your shape quickly after donning. Weighs less with better visibility. You may have to file the slot a little deeper for the fog insert if the insert and shield are contacting (annoying rainbow effect) Shield locks securely and helmet has great ventilation. Feb 7, 2015
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Kyler H: The HJC feels and looks bigger than my shoei helmet, but its a great quality helmet for the price. If you have the money though, id say get a new shoei Jan 8, 2015
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Todd K: Runs a bit smaller than less expensive HJC's! Jan 8, 2015
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A shopper asked: Helmet size is exactly 24 inches. That puts me right in the middle for a large or xl.

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Feb 6, 2015
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Sean J: I'm always a snug XL in helmets from other manufacturers. This RPHA 10 was my first HJC helmet in many years and I went with XL. It is a great helmet and I do like it, but it is almost too loose. Not loose enough to return, but if I were to buy another one, it would be large, not x-large. Maybe it's my head shape, but I think they run slightly big... Feb 10, 2015
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Todd M: I'm 23 7/8" and went with a large. Head Shape is most important for me having a round melon. Wore this helmet 9 hours a day for 8 days with no discomfort. Bought it because it is lighter than most and had the fog insert (I start riding at 7:00AM and its cold in the mountains. Helmet is slightly more narrow than most HJCs but still fits me well. Feb 7, 2015
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Jeffrey P asked: What all comes in the box? Jun 30, 2015
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Matthew P: In the box comes the chin strap that keeps wind out, the face guard to prevent the visor from fogging, and a bag for the helmet. I highly recommend this helmet due to me falling at 70 miles per hour and sliding 100 feet on my face. i landed head first and have no comlications. great product, was about to purchase again but I decided to upgrade to the SHOEI RF-1200 Jun 30, 2015
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A S asked: Is this the RPHA 10 Plus version?
To my knowledge, the Plus version has a new visor, pinlock, windbreaker, chin curtain as well as different pins.
Jan 10, 2014
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Shawn H: Never heard of the plus version. Mine came with all the things listed tho. Love my helmet! Jan 10, 2014
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Andrew J asked: would you happen to have the HJC RPHA 10 Cage in matte black in a large? Mar 31, 2015
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HJC Helmet Sizing:

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

Size Hat Size Measurement (in)
2XS 6 3/8 - 6 1/2 20 - 20 1/2
XS 6 5/8 - 6 3/4 20 7/8 - 21 1/4
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 7/8
LG 7 3/8 - 7 1/2 23 1/4 - 23 5/8
XL 7 5/8 - 7 3/4 24 - 24 3/8
2XL 7 7/8 - 8 24 3/4 - 25 1/4
3XL 8 1/8 - 8 1/4 25 5/8 - 26
4XL 8 3/8 - 8 1/2 26 3/8 - 26 3/4
5XL 8 3/4 27 1/4 - 27 5/8

RPHA Series, FG-Jet, and FG-17 Helmet Sizing ONLY:

Size Hat Size Measurement (in)
XS 6 3/4 - 6 7/8 21 1/4 - 21 5/8
SM 6 7/8 - 7 21 5/8 - 22
MD 7 1/8 - 7 1/4 22 1/2 - 22 7/8
LG 7 1/4 - 7 3/8 22 7/8 - 23 1/4
XL 7 1/2 - 7 5/8 23 5/8 - 24
2XL 7 3/4 - 7 7/8 24 3/8 - 24 3/4
3XL 8 - 8 1/8 25 1/4 - 25 5/8

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
White/Black/Red / LG 848140 0000184366/0801-1601-06 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / XS 848143 0000184371/0801-1602-03 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / SM 848144 0000184373/0801-1602-04 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / MD 848145 0000184375/0801-1602-05 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / LG 848146 0000184377/0801-1602-06 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / XL 848147 0000184379/0801-1602-07 Out of Stock
White/Black/Blue / 2XL 848148 1574-926 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours