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HJC RPHA 10 Helmet - Solid
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HJC RPHA 10 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 & 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 and 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 Helmet - Solid 4.8 5 203 203
Above Average Helmet I would like to start off by stating this review, while including looks, is more geared towards functionality of the helmet - mainly the airflow. Riding in western VA it gets pretty hot and I needed a helmet that provided just that. I got my helmet in Matte Black and it looks great! Pros: Fitment was spot on with regards to utilizing Revzilla's sizing chart as well as prior experience with other HJC helmets. It was a bit tight, but after a few hours of riding it wears in nicely. Now the helmet is snug and I can't complain one bit on fitment. Visibility on the helmet seems fairly wide to me, but my experiences with other helmets are too far in between to be of any relevance. I can let you know that I really don't need to turn my head while riding, but I do it as a safety habit. Moreover, the visor is very clear and very resistant to scratches. I have had a few rocks - small ones - ping me while riding, but no permanent damage is visible or noticed. It also cleans off very well without any issues such as paint or bugs. The agility of your head with this helmet on is very well also. It is fairly light feeling on my head and I don't have any issues on my sportbike at multiple riding positions. What I really like about this helmet versus other HJC helmets is that the streamline is very nice. At higher speeds I do not notice the wind knocking my head all over the place like other cheaper HJC models. The addition of the chin curtain is a very nice perk. Even if you go with another brand or model, make sure that it includes a chin curtain. I rode with and without it and you can definitely tell a difference in the way the air passes over your head. Cons: Airflow is where I have the most concern. I don't feel like this helmet has enough airflow to cool me down while street riding. This helmet seems to be built for the 3/4 or fully tucked rider so if you aren't in those positions the majority of your time riding I feel there are other helmet options for you within this price range. While this helmet is fairly good at airflow through the chin vent to defog the visor (even when fully closed and pin-locked) the top vents do not seem to flow much cool air inward to force the hot air out. Only other con I have is that the chin curtain has fabric that covers you chin. This is great to help reduce noise and keep your chin warm during colder days. While the minor inconvenience of putting it on and taking it off is not the issue, doing so actually breaks the curtain. It bends each time you put on or remove the helmet and eventually it breaks each time. I have currently a warranty order with Revzilla and can only say the best things about them as a company. My only suggestion to you is that you cut off the fabric and leave the chin curtain on. I glued the two pieces and am using it until the replacement arrives and it seems to work out this way. The curtain still seems to function as it should and that minor inconvenience is alleviated. However, it defeats the purpose that HJC developed it for so I would suggest that their R&D take a look into that and see how to best alleviate it. Overall I would recommend this product, but would caution the airflow piece. August 17, 2015
Mid-range price, excellent quality I ride virtually every day of the week, so having a quality helmet was absolutely essential. Unfortunately I can't afford / couldn't bring myself to spend $750 on the big name helmets. This HJC was a perfect compromise; not overly pricey, but when you wear it, it feels very well designed and solid. The padding is firm and has just the right amount of give, the shape is natural. It is quite light, and won't strain your neck on those longer rides. My only issue is the venting; this summer I've ridden on days that are in the mid to upper 90s, and the venting really only provides decent cooling when you're upwards of 40mph. I have yet to ride in cool weather, but the helmet visor and vents seal nicely and I can't imagine having any major issue with a neck scarf in conjunction. Overall, a great buy, and a great option for people who are looking for quality without the insane price tag. August 17, 2015
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
Amazing helmet at a great cost. Purchased the RPHA-10 Combust to replace a Bell RS-1 that i had an accident in. Difference to me was night and day. Graphics alone make people stare because it looks like custom paint that shimmers from a ghostly teal to violet. Fitment was very snug which I liked a lot, quality did seem quite a bit higher than the bell with nicer looking air vents that function great, a middle snapped visor which i found to be easier to open and close at Speed compared to the typical side locked visor which sometimes would close crooked, and far better helmet internals which are soft, plush, and stay cool. Ordered helmet with standard shipping and it arrived next day afternoon! Overall Was very impressed with my first purchase from RevZilla, and love the helmet alot. Will plan on buying from them again. August 4, 2015
Great Helmet, The Video Review Under-sells It I was reluctant to buy this helmet based on the Revzilla video, which was luke-warm. But this particular version was on closeout, so I grabbed it. Regardless of print, it's the RPHA 10 helmet. I've got about 1,100 miles in it, in a very hot North Carolina summer, and I fully recommend it. First, it's not round. I have a long-ish, 23.5 in. head and the Large helmet fitment is perfect. Less expensive helmets tend to be round-ish and heavy. This helmet is neither. While the cheek pads are tight against my face, I don't have pressure or a headache after wearing the helmet, including for 4-6 hour rides. While I mostly ride shield up on non-highways, the airflow works as well as more expensive helmets. Lastly, the weight difference between this helmet and more expensive ones is negligible, especially while riding on open road. The bottom line is that this is a great helmet. You can spend more, but you won't get more. August 2, 2015
Excellent helmet Great track helmet. Very good air flow, although doesn't feel good getting back in it after sweating for 20min. July 27, 2015
Excellent bang for your buck Comparable to my Arai in build quality, weight and comfort. Only down side is the lack of air flow from the mouth vent. Air flow up top is excellent, but the mouth vent /breath guard aren't that great. Otherwise, it's definitely my favorite helmet. July 20, 2015
Outstanding look This helmet looks and feels awesome. Interior is high quality and easily removable. July 17, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
A s: Fit my head well. Aug 2, 2015
Kevin V: This model was the perfect balance between airflow, quietness, and ergonomics for my ride style. Jun 6, 2015
morgan p: super comfort and protection May 20, 2015
Tim S: Need a good track day helmet and a "rounder" helmet May 18, 2015
Dan M: Called and asked for helmet recommendations, staff was super helpful, we picked this one. Naked w/ clip ons May 12, 2015
Tim S: Shoei RF-1200 was too narrow for my head. Going to try a rounder option and this is the best "race" helmet that is round I could find Apr 14, 2015
Chris H: amazing product super light and quiet have no complaints. i havent owned any other high quality helmets but i have tried the bell star and i do have to say its just about pn par with it and by buying this helmet you can save a pretty penny. Apr 7, 2015
Stephen J: Full face protection, Snell certified. Mar 20, 2015
Alexandre R: Because i have any good tips about this item, and because of low price! Oct 30, 2014
michael j b: have had good luck with HJC and your videos are good Sep 30, 2014
Kenneth D: Previous experience with HJC and great fit.
Update a year later and this helmet still rocks! Fit is still true to size and feels really secure.
Very low wind roar and is actually even lighter than my all carbon fiber lid!
Jul 8, 2014
MF Z: Wow. What a helmet. I have an oval head and this fits perfectly. The cheek pads keep the helmet firmly locked into place. It is quiet and very comfortable. Only complaint is the fogging on the rigt side of the face shield. I have the two layer system and have played with it trying to fix it. An unexplained mystery that may cure itself. Apr 28, 2014
nathan r: I picked the RPHA 10 because it is the flagship of HJC helmets. It will be my third HJC helmet. I bought it because I have read of people liking this helmet so much that they bought another. It has more features than my other two HJC helmets and should be more comfortable. It has the old style D ring chin strap instead of that BS quick release on some helmets that make them super uncomfortable. Looking forward to receiving this helmet. Apr 16, 2014
Shaun H: I was looking for a really high quality helmet that I know I could count on if it was ever put to the test. It had great reviews and it looks great. Cannot wait to ride with it and put on the dark smoke shield I got with it too! Apr 2, 2014
Andrew D: Perfect fit, great value Feb 24, 2014
Sarun P: It was the most comfortable helmet that I tried on at a local motorcycle gear store. Got it here since it was cheaper.
- Aesthetically pleasing
- Visor easy to remove, but locks in securely for a tight seal (got a separate black tint)
- Vents
Feb 22, 2014
Brandon M: Because I wanted a protective helmet to ride in that looks good too. Jan 22, 2014
Kenneth C asked: Silly question, but is the 'R' on the forehead of this helmet removable? In other words, is it a sticker, or is it screwed/snapped in?

To be honest, it ruins the look of the helmet and if I bought one, I'd want it removed.
Oct 21, 2013
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Luke T: It is just a piece of rubber glued on. Mine is peeling off after a few months of use so I'll be pulling it off and wiping off the glue shortly. Oct 21, 2013
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Matthew G: I was able to remove it very easily in the warm weather. Didn't leave any residue either. Jun 19, 2014
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Andrew H: Mine's on there pretty securely... no screws. Looks like it's glued, not just a graphic. Oct 21, 2013
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Peter D: I agree it looks stupid and no its on there for good. Not a sticker. Oct 21, 2013
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NIKITA S: I removed it - peeled it off - with no issues. Does not leave any mark. Jan 10, 2015
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Derrick S: From what I can tell by looking at it, yes, you can remove the "R". Oct 22, 2013
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Ben L asked: Completely sold on the looks and quality of this helmet, but have 2 questions:

1. If I'm not looking for a race fit, more of a comfort/upright sport-touring fit (I ride 5-10 hours a day once a week), should I just go up a size? Had a Scorpion EXO-500 for 2 years, size LG, and it took almost a year to break in enough to need new cheek pads. No way will I wear a helmet that's uncomfortable or hurts for months or even weeks before it "breaks in". Couldn't do it. So...LG or XL? (If I need new pads once a year to stay comfortable, I'm fine with that. Better than not being able to wear the lid at all.)

2. The two plastic pins for the pin-lock system...never going to use it. But...do they get annoying always being in your peripheal?, or do you really not notice them? And do the dark tinted shields still come with the pins? (Which would be really redundant I think...)
May 26, 2014
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Lars N: 1) I ride a Ninja 500R, which is a more upright sportbike. I've been very happy with the overall fit and performance of the RPHA 10. I don't notice the cheek pads pressing against my face much, and the rest of the helmet fits my head great. I've worn it as much as 6 hours in a day without taking it off.

2) I can't think of if I've ever noticed the pins on the pinlock visor. Both my clear, and my mirrored visor both have pinlock posts, and both have pinlocks installed. The pinlock isn't so much about tinting the visor as it it reducing (or in my case completely eliminating) fog on the visor. It's great when on a 27F day I can ride to work with the chin skirt in, visor down, breath inside the helmet and not fog the lens. I HIGHLY recommend putting the clear pinlock inserts in.
May 26, 2014
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fabian o: I purchased this helmet for my wife and she has told me that it took a long time for the cheek pads to break in. It is very light weight and she loves it. For the pin lock system, you do not notice them, ever. It is good to use the system, it keeps the visor from fogging up. She uses the smoked visor as well and switching the clear insert is done in seconds. I ride all year around down to the single digits this past year. And I would actually recommend the Shoei GT-Air helmet. It is what I use and is very comfortable. It has a built in Sun Shield Visor System: Air flow is a bit restricted but really overall I think it is the best helmet I have ever had... May 27, 2014
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Kyle G: 1. This helmet gets great airflow but because of that is not exactly that quiet so their might be better options for sport touring. Measure your head and look at the size chart its pretty accurate go with that size for a proper fit. Helmets are usually designed with certain head shapes in mind this helmet fits best if you have a peanut like head. Keep in mind improper fit helmets hurt and too big helmets are not safe they can fly off in certain crashes.

2. You won't ever notice them. This helmet does not come with a tinted shield just a no fog lens.
May 26, 2014
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Eric C: 1. I would stick with large especially if you are riding highway, this helmet fits really well, snug but not tight.
2. I am really finicky about things and I hardly ever notice the pin-locks. I think you have to specify the pin-locks on an alternate shield, and heads up I wouldn't go darker than the light smoke screen. That's what I have and it's like 15% window tint, ALMOST too dark to use at night.
May 26, 2014
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Alainna W asked: I understand that this is a race helmet, but how will it do for more upright riding positions? I'm interested in a good-value SNELL2010 approved helmet, and the "race helmet" aspect is making me question it. Thanks! May 16, 2014
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David M: I ride a cruiser year round for commuting and need a full face helmet for winter and seriously rainy days. Upright isn't a problem with the helmet. The pinlock inserts work well but need to be replaced too frequently for the cost IMO. The latch to hold the shield down is too strong and is difficult to get undone with one hand so rolling up to a stoplight you basically have to wait until you are stopped to crack it open. I find the helmet to be hotter than my previous HJC (is33). The vents tend to rattle when closed. Overall this is an ok helmet but i dont think it was worth the price i paid. May 16, 2014
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Richard M: I ride a Honda VFR-800 with heli bars - so it is somewhat upright. It is definitely not a full-on sportbike crouch.

I really love this helmet - and perhaps the biggest reason is the light weight. It is also quiet , vents well, and the shield system with pinlock insert is pretty nice. I have never had a pinlock shield - and it really does reduce fogging.
May 16, 2014
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Lars N: I ride more upright than not. The helmet does quite well for me.

I've noticed at ~ 75mph it starts to buffet around a little bit. The solution is to just angle your chin down about an inch and a half. Things smooth out completely after that.
May 26, 2014
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Artem K: I'm riding scooter in this helmet, more than upright position:) Quite ok for me May 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: can you wash the rpha 10 pads? cheek and head liner? Sep 28, 2013
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Ryan A: I believe so. They are removable. I would just wash them by hand with a light detergent and let them air dry. For what it's worth this is the best helmet I have ever owned! Very light, not obtrusive, and ridiculously comfortable. I use it for tracking my car. Sep 29, 2013
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Rafael F: Yes, it´s possible...!!! EXTREMELLY recommended helmet... Oct 2, 2013
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Martin P: Yes you can. All the pads are remove able. Sep 29, 2013
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Ruiju H: Yes Sep 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi Revo,
You guyz r the best ever. Questions-
Does the HJC RPHA 10 helmet perform well in the upright riding positon?
can you tell me some mid priced full face helmets that are good aerodynamicly for and upright riding position and have a low/narrow profile?
thank you, Simon Moriarty
May 2, 2015
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Kyle G: Its passable but honestly their are better options for upright riding this helmet definitely prefers a sport bike stance. AGV skyline is my current helmet and its pretty good for upright to 3/4 riding. May 5, 2015
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Rafael F: I ride Harleys/Scooters and Supermotos with this helmet, i strongly recommend it, it´s the best helmet that you can purchase for this price! go ahead! May 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I see it's only available in 3 shell sizes,so what does it mean?What size use the same shell? Dec 19, 2014
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A s: Many helmet manufacturers only use two size shells and make up the different sizes by using different size padding inside the shell. So one outer shell might be used for Extra Small, Small, and Medium while the other outer shell might be used for Large, XL, and XXL.
The RPHA 10 uses three outer shells. One for the small sizes, one for the medium and large, and one for the XL and XXL's.
I do recommend this helmet very highly. Rode cross country with it and it worked well rain or shine.
Dec 20, 2014
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NIKITA S: Check this out:


Liners are interchangeable within helmet shells:

the XS and SM are interchangeable
the MD and LG are interchangeable
the XL and 2XL are interchangeable
Jan 10, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is the pinlock insert in the clear lens removable? If I buy this helmet i will be getting a new lens and I'm wondering if I would also have to buy a new pinlock lens insert. Jul 1, 2014
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Erik J: The pinlock is not installed on the face shield in the package. It is in its own packaging to be installed on any shield you like it to be on. Though, it is a bit of work to remove and install, and the pinlock can be damaged and scratched easily. Its easier to keep on a single shield than swap. Jul 1, 2014
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John B: The insert comes unistalled in original packaging Jul 1, 2014
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Matthew G asked: Where is the weight of this helmet listed? I hear it is very light but I'd like to know numbers. Jun 19, 2014
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A s: It's very light. I think like 3.4 pounds... Also it's a very small dome compared to say shoei. Jun 23, 2014
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Pablo P: I dont know exactly but is lighter than a shoei x12 May 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is the fit exactly the same as the RPS-10? Only differences are the venting and visor closure? Mar 20, 2013
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RevZilla: We consider the RPS-10 to be more of a neutral oval, whereas the RPHA 10 is more of an intermediate oval head shape. There are some other cool features that the RPHA 10 has to offer that the RPS-10 did not, one being the new cheekpads. The rest of the features can be found in the product details section of the product page. There's a few! Mar 21, 2013
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JackReggio: I have worn two of these helmets, a medium rps-10 and a medium rpha-10 and the fit exactly the same. May 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Mine came with a large black knob that goes on the outside of the visor and attaches onto the male pinlock knob that threads through the visor, effectively replacing one of the clear plastic external female pinlock knobs. What is the point/use of the black knob? Nov 11, 2014
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German L: i do not recall getting that with my helmet, but i do remember getting 2 additional filters. Maybe the knob you are talking about is to install the additional filters? Nov 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Some websites are showing this helmet has pockets for earphones, I'm wanting to use a Sena bluetooth system, would it be compatible with this helmet? Thanks May 22, 2014
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Lars N: I installed a SENA SMH-10 in mine. It does not have pockets, but the speakers on the SENA are narrow enough to fit.

The only draw back is I have to use a finger to keep the top edge of my ear straight when I pull the helmet on, or sometimes it folds over.
May 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have always worn a HJC CL series as it was the only thing I could tolerate width-wise in a 2XL how is the width and overall size compare? Feb 1, 2014
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Ruiju H: I use to wear a rf1100 and I hated it. After riding first about 30mins I would get a headache. The rf1100 was too tight width wise. This helmet fits me great. No problems. Love it. And the black matches my bike: ) Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Please confirm if RPHA-10 Face Sheild is 100% UV protected? May 7, 2013
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RevZilla: The HJC HJ-20 Pinlock-Ready Faceshield has 95% UV protection. May 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will the HJC RPS-10 pinlock face shields fit the new RPHA helmet? Sep 25, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the HJC HJ-20 Pinlock faceshield will fit both the HJC RPS-10 and RPHA 10 helmets. Sep 26, 2012
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Trent S asked: What is the difference between the RPHA 10 and the RPHA 10 Pro? Aug 29, 2015
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doyle h asked: Does this helmet work well for riders who wear glasses? Is there a notch or groove in the interior for glasses? Aug 12, 2015
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Trent S asked: Are there provisions for the speakers of a bluetooth system like the Sena SMH10R? May 11, 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.

Click here to see the full HJC Helmets Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / XS 848113 0000168151/0801-0105-03 Out of Stock
Black / SM 848114 0000168155/0801-0105-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 848115 0000168152/0801-0105-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 848116 0000168153/0801-0105-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL 848117 0000168154/0801-0105-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 848118 HFP33G1002000/0801-0105-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / XS 848119 HFP33H7001000/0801-0135-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / SM 848120 0000134692/0801-0135-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / MD 848121 0000134693/0801-0135-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / LG 848122 0000134694/0801-0135-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Matte Black / XL 848123 0000134695/0801-0135-07 Out of Stock
Matte Black / 2XL 848124 0000184383/0801-0135-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / XS 848089 0000168159/0801-0109-03 Out of Stock
White / SM 848090 0000168160/0801-0109-04 Out of Stock
White / MD 848091 0000168161/0801-0109-05 Out of Stock
White / LG 848092 0000168162/0801-0109-06 Out of Stock
White / XL 848093 0000168163/0801-0109-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
White / 2XL 848094 HFP33D4004100/0801-0109-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / XS 848107 HFP33D1015100/0801-0107-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / SM 848108 HFP33D1016100/0801-0107-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / MD 848109 HFP33G3001000/0801-0107-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / LG 848110 HFP33G1014000/0801-0107-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / XL 848111 HFP33G1001000/0801-0107-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Silver / 2XL 848112 0000184378/0801-0107-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / XS 848101 HFP33D4006100/0801-0117-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / SM 848102 HFP33D1011100/0801-0117-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / MD 848103 HFP33D1012100/0801-0117-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / LG 848104 HFP33D1013100/0801-0117-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / XL 848105 HFP33D1014100/0801-0117-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Anthracite / 2XL 848106 0000184370/0801-0117-08 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / XS 848095 0000168164/0801-0103-03 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / SM 848096 0000168165/0801-0103-04 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / MD 848097 0000168166/0801-0103-05 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / LG 848098 0000168167/0801-0103-06 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / XL 848099 0000168168/0801-0103-07 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Yellow / 2XL 848100 HFP33D4005100/0801-0103-08 In Stock: Ships next business day