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Designed for superior fit & 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 & extremely lightweight helmet.
“ACS” Advanced Channeling Ventilation system: Full front to back airflow flushes heat and humidity up & 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 shield replacement system: Simple and secure shield ratchet system provides ultra-quick, tool-less removal & 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
Excellent helmet for the price
You can be wrong with this helmet. It's got top of the line features for a very cheap price. The liner is awesome, it's very comfortable! It's also a light an quiet helmet. It comes with the pinlock and this system work very well as an anti fog system (I've ride at 38°F without opening the faceshield and it has never fog).
I'm still getting use to the locking mechanism in the center, but it's no big deal.
I've bought the dark smoke shield with the helmet and it's look awesome with the evoke helmet.
October 17, 2013
I get compliments on it all the time. It fits nice no issues with it yet and it has great airflow.
August 3, 2013
amazing, cant go wrong here
great helmet i got it two business days after ordering that's ridiculous. any way on to the helmet i can't attest to protection but it sure makes you feel safe. i love how light the helmet is, its like it isn't there you can just focus on riding. the helmet is so quiet as well i get no wind noise at all in comparison i mean its not a touring helmet but it sure seems close on that note. i am still getting use to the clasp in the center i keep reaching at the side but i feel it was a good design feature it feels super secure. i have no complains i have spent more money on helmets that were not as good good buy at a great price. very true to the size chart and i know for me that's a huge plus because sometimes size charts are super off. i promise you wont be disappointed.
June 25, 2013
RPHA 10 is awesome!
Considering that I only wore Arai and Shoei, this was a big change for me. Never thought I would be buying a product made by HJC ever again due to previous bad experiences. The helmet is very very comfortable, as well as quiet. I tend to have pressure points around my ears with most helmets, but have no problems in this area.
This helmet is AWESOME!
April 15, 2013
thank you HJC
I have cl-16 which I used to ride for 8 months on my old bike which is pretty good for an entry level. I got a new bike now so I figured I needed a new helmet also. For the the past 2 months I have been returning and exchanging helmets just because I cant settle with the right one.I started with bell vortex which has pressure spot on my temple and the liner is so rough on the face where putting and removing from your head is a torture.then, I exchange it with shoei rf1100. I love everything about this helmet except it gets expensive on accessories the tinted pinlock faceshield alone is 50 dollars then another 30 for the lens.I didnt like the fact that I spent a lot of money on the helmet alone then spending more money again for the accesories.I returned that one again and exchange it with scorpion exo500. I thought I found the right helmet for me, its just everytime I put it on my head, I get this seasick feeling headache everytime . I thought maybe it was just a little tight so I exchange it with a next size up.still giving me headache and its heavier which makes me fatigue even on short run. I returned that also since the air pumped didnt work anyway. All of the negative feedback I just described is the exact opposite of what i like about the rpha 10. Its just a very nice helmet. the fitment is a little snug but since the interior is so soft,its very comfortable and i dont even get headaches.the price is very reasonable this thing comes with a pinlock ready faceshield and Lens.all I needed to buy is tinted pinlock faceshield which is also cheap.this helmet is quite compare to rf1100 but also less airflow just by a little bit . weight is about the same with rf1100 at about 3.5 lbs give or take which is very light for snell approved helmet. its very stable at highway speed which makes it feel very light compare to my cl-16 which I struggle even at head checks with all that buffeting.Overall this is a very nice helmet. my cons maybe is the faceshield center lock.to close it all the way is you need to lock it, which I dont have a problem.the problem is opening it from lock position which takes effort to do it.this causes the helmet to shift up and I have to readjust everytime.
December 23, 2012
The Evoke is a great helmet. I previously had the HJC RPS-10 Patriot which I crashed in. The RPHA Evoke is the new model year of the same helmet. The RPS-10 saved me once, I'm relying on HJC to provide the same protection and quality in their new model year. I'm very happy with how light and quiet the helmet is while still providing great airflow and protection. If you can, this is the helmet to get.
October 1, 2012
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Sandra M: The only type of helmet that fits my head properly, would buy heaps more if they had more colours :)Jan 7, 2014
A shopper asked:I'm planning on buying rpha10 but still confuse of which size to get. My head size is 61.5 and my forehead is kinda short. I don't know if i should get xl or xxl. Can anyone help me with this? ThanksNov 7, 2013
Robert B:I assume 61.5 means centimeters. If that's correct, go with a 2XL. My measurement was almost the same 61-61.5cm. I ordered an XL at first, but found it to be too tight. I exchanged that for a 2XL.
I will caveat this by saying that my head shape leans toward the oval rather than round. This helmet is more on the round end of the spectrum. So, if you head shape is more round, you may fit in an XL. Helmet sizing is based on two components, circumference and shape. I realized the importance of this after buying this helmet. My next helmet will take head shape into account more.Nov 7, 2013
david c:ok let me clear something up for you great helmet quite but still vents well great in fall and s[ring and even a hot summer in utah the down fall for me was sizing i tried on on and it felt right and its what the sizing charts say but drop a size the pads break-in a crazy amount i was a large in this and then i dropped to a medium with icon and honestly if i was racing i could drop another sizeNov 7, 2013
Chance T:I wear a Lg. What i did was go in to a bike shop and get an estimated size. The RPHA fit right like the shop said, They had told me i was a lg and i went with it. While i was there i did try on a few and the HJC helmet line matched closely to this one.Nov 7, 2013
Mark S:Not sure if this is helpful, but I measured a perfect large and needed and XL. The fit of the XL is outstanding (for me). The cheek pads are perfect and the helmet has no movement on my head when I turn my head at high speed.Nov 15, 2013