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HJC RPHA Max Align Helmet

The RPHA-Max helmet is the first modular helmet with the styling and look of a full face sport bike helmet. Designed for superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology, the new HJC MAX modular helmet is constructed from Advanced P.I.M. (Premium Integrated Matrix) a composite of Carbon fiber, Fiberglass epoxy, Aramid epoxy, and Organic fibers resulting in a remarkably strong and extremely lightweight helmet. 

Features:

  • Single-Button one handed chin bar/face shield release
  • HJC’s lightest modular helmet ever designed! Size small weighs in at approximately 1565 grams (± 45g)
  • One-touch Integrated Sunshield: Three position adjustable smoke tinted sunshield
  • Extremely quiet helmet at even high speeds
  • Superior Fog Resistant Clear Pinlock Max Vision HJ-25 shield with included Clear Pinlock Insert
  • RapidFire II shield replacement system: Simple and secure shield ratchet system provides ultra-quick, tool less removal and installation for efficient operation
  • 2-Stage shield closure mechanism; Compresses shield into eye port gasket providing an extremely secure seal
  • Center Shield Lock: Glove-friendly center shield lock that greatly reduces shield flex
  • “ACS” Advanced channeling ventilation system features full front to back airflow that flushes heat and humidity up and out
  • Cool4ever interior: lightweight, moisture wicking, odor free and antibacterial, premium soft feel with ginkgo extract. innovative new fabric offers self-cooling properties, cooling faster then other major fabrics
  • Includes removable chin curtain, chin curtain extender and breath guard
  • 3 shell sizes
  • 5 year limited Warranty
  • Meets or exceeds D.O.T. standards
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HJC RPHA Max Align Helmet 4.3 5 66 66
A Good Starter Modular This is my first proper helmet since starting riding, and it felt really good. However, as the days went on, I realised more and more small issues with it, though none being dealbreakers. Earphones cutouts were a little too small and shallow and a tad high up, pressing on my temples after fitting a Sena 20s. Small adjustments solved that. After a full year of use, mechanism becomes a little cranky but still very usable and it was not noticed until a change to a new higher-end modular. Love the sun visor with the snap release for a quick keep of it entering tunnels. Shield and lens-locking mechanism is very smooth and intuitive. Overall a good modular for new riders to have a feel and enter the market on modulars at a lower price point. July 20, 2015
Priced right for a quality helmet The RPHA-Max is slightly higher priced than most of the HJC line up, but some features are worth paying extra for. Better composite material (carbon fiber and fiberglass epoxy), lightweight, great ventilation, quiet noise level, wide range of vision, pinlock shield (comes with helmet),chin curtain, and overall comfort. I justify paying the increased price of the helmet due to the fact that it was noticeably lighter than the Sy-Max III (which was the original helmet of choice- with previous helmet being the Sy-Max II). Improvements could still be made to the RPHA Max--better cut out area for in-helmet speakers and a sun visor with less distortion. Overall, you are getting a well made, lightweight helmet, priced considerably less than high end name brand helmets. And yes, I would purchase this helmet again. July 6, 2015
Good Deal, Great Features The RPHA Max has a lot of great features, but you pay for them. I'd say it's a very good value, but if the price point is too steep, look at the HJC Sy-Max III. June 15, 2015
Just Okay This is my third HJC helmet and the second consecutive one that has left me less than satisfied. It is comfortable, lightweight, and water resistant. The helmet kept my head dry and comfortable for an entire day of riding in the rain. However, with the helmet providing a dry noggin it now needs a lube job and is very noisy while opening the face shield and flip-up. My biggest source of dis-satisfaction comes from a constant rattling sound at freeway speeds. Thankfully, I wear earplugs. June 8, 2015
Fantastic helmet at a decent price = excellent value Well I had an HJC CL2 Max in 4X for my large head, but when the lining wore in it became too loose. There was too much movement and wind noise in the helmet so I decided I needed to get a good replacement helmet. Since I wear glasses and based on my riding needs I liked the convenience of another modular helmet. Willing to spend around $500 I started looking at Nolan, Shoei, and even tried on the Schuberth. The Nolan I tried on was pretty comfortable as was the Schuberth. The Arai was not as comfortable and I did not get a chance to try a modular but tried a conventional full face helmet. Then I tried the HJC RPHA full face helmet. Very comfortable and confirmed the right size I needed - 2X. Based on that experience in a local store I shopped around online for the HJC RHPA Max Align and found it at Revzilla for a decent price. It arrived in less than a week in great condition. This is a great helmet. The fit was snug at first and is still somewhat snug after a couple of weeks, especially in the cheeks. The rest of the fit was PERFECT for my head. Ergonomics for this helmet is fantastic. Peripheral vision is much better than with the CL2 Max, and the shape of the sides of the base is such that I can even turn my head to the side more than I ever could before. Ventilation is great because there is a clear air gap between the top of the liner and the inner surface of the shell. I can even feel the air swirling around up there and moving my hair! The chin vent also allows a lot of air in (even a tiny fly came in once!), and the lining fits closely around the neck so that all the incoming air is pushed out through the rear vents for a nice through-flow. The supplied chin curtain seals off the bottom front of the helmet nicely against the underside of my chin, which is great for noise but traps the warm breath-air below the nose deflector. I like the fact that the chin curtain is attached to the chin bar and just clears the point of my chin without help. Perfect. The sunshade visor works as designed and has 3 positions, none of which hit my glasses as with some other helmets - major win, since I don't have prescription sunglasses (and could not really be bothered to be switching. The shield with supplied Pinlock works perfectly - as expected - slick one finger operation to open and snaps shut easily. It swings up fully and is easy to remove and reinstall from the helmet. I had a Pinlock on my previous helmet and liked it so much that it was a requirement on the next helmet. While I get no fogging on the shield, the nose deflector causes my glasses to fog up on cool mornings and cracking the shield does not help much. No problem though - just pulled off the nose shield and the problem went away. I transferred my Sena SMH10 system over from the old helmet to the RPHA Max. The cushions were easy to remove and reinstall. The speakers fit in the recesses but were partially blocked by a part of the padding. I feared that would mean muffled sound. Not so. The Sena never sounded better and louder than it does now, and with a fuller music sound. The difference between the old and new helmets was NIGHT AND DAY. I still have to tweak the settings for the phone though, since my wife said I sounded muffled. Granted I was doing 65 mph plus at the time. I also stuck a GoPro mount on the right side of the helmet and was able to find curvature that suited the curved stick-on base mount. Works well when recording footage. Weight-wise - the Max Align is not as light as the 2X full face RPHA helmet I tried, which was feather-light - just a little heavier than the Schuberth! But it was still lighter than the CL2 Max. As for noise - quieter than the CL2 Max that's for sure but I have not worn any other helmets other than these so I have no idea how quiet it is supposed to be. All I know is that at 70 mph on the freeway (where it is usually a bit windy) I can still hear my radio through the Sena speakers, despite hearing a fair bit of wind noise. At least the wind does not appear to be rushing up and in from around my neck! Maybe the Sena is adding to the wind turbulence and the noise but since that is a "must have" on my helmet, I have to live with that. The graphics are very nice with white, grey and black - good for visibility, along with the reflector on the liner at the back of the neck to aid with visibility when headlights shine on it from behind. All in all, an excellent helmet for a decent price. Good quality construction, and great value for the money. Buy one! April 20, 2015
A good choice The helmet fits well, is reasonably quiet and lighter than most modulars. I like it. The one annoyance is that the visor clip is distracting with the visor partially open. That being said, I am happy with the helmet overall. June 1, 2015
Close but no Cigar Well this was a disappointment after all the reading I finally got a chance to find a medium and large copy of this new effort by HJC and frankly I was crushed because on paper it looked like a winner for sure. First of all lets get right away to fit. The departure from the HJC norm was not working for my roundish head shape . It was exacerbated by the compactness (normally a desirable thing) in the Medium which is my size in Arai and other high end examples was just a bit too much in this model. There are two snaps on the top of the cheek pads which drilled into my face and I recalled a similar problem on a Bell Mac 9 I had the misfortune of wasting a couple hundred bucks on recently so this was by itself a deal breaker as I felt sure the Large would eventually work loose and not be safe. Next, and again a deal breaker for me was the Audio. In spite of other reviewers who insisted the Sena 10 was a match for this lid , it was my opinion that it would not be a good fit at all. The pocket , if you want to call it that , is both shallow and misshapen for anything close to the shape of the Sena line of speakers and the rim was not suited for a clamp mount either . Come one people you want to sell lids come up with a better solution for Sena's as that is what most of us use now and even larger speakers eventually will be needed for more bass in the mix. That said if it were not for the snaps putting holes in my head in a matter of seconds and the lack of consideration for Audio this helmet would be a winner . Arai admittedly has spoiled me as they just don't have any issues like this and i buy them for close to the same money from a friend in the bizz so as much as I do not like the scratchy liner in the Neotech, it looks like if I am to add a Modular to my mix ,that one will have to be it . Now if I can just find a DEAL on one of those. LOL Good shopping. Revile Rocks normally but the review on this lid was a bit off in my view ...... May 29, 2015
Best bang for buck modular At this price point...you really can't beat it. It has all the features one can ask for...but at a price that's beats everything out of the water. It's light and comfortable...quieter than most modular. The sunvisor is a bonus but it could be a shade darker. May 26, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Chris P: Features, reviews, and price. I use a Sena SMH-10 which eliminated the Nolan N104 and Schuberth C3 from contention due to the placement of their sun shield levers. I own a Lazer Monaco and love everything about it except the noise at highway speeds. Though I'm not expecting Shoei plushness, I'm not sure I'll notice enough difference between this and a Neotec to justify the extra $200. The WebBikeWorld review was also mostly positive, particularly in the ventilation and quietness categories. Jul 11, 2014
Eric L: Exterior design, sun visor, flip-up chin bar, HJC experience. May 7, 2014
S K: Light, Quiet, Graphics, Price (could be lower!) but based on reviews and cost of other upscale helmets, this seemed ok. Mar 11, 2014
Nigel S asked: Can the integrated sun visor in the HJC RPHA Max Align Helmet be used if you wear eye glasses? Jun 2, 2014
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Eric L: Yes Jun 2, 2014
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S K: My glasses do fit with no problem but I think that it depends on each type of glasses and the shape of each face/nose wearing them. It does help to have the two different positions for visor which you select as you move the drop down lever to either the higher or lower position. That is a nice feature of this helmet. Jun 2, 2014
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A s: Yes it can but unfortunately while holding it at my side I dropped my helmet approximately 2 feet and it landed directly on the tab that slides the visor down. It no longer works at all. Could have been a little sturdier if you ask me, for the money. Jun 3, 2014
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DAVID A: I cannot answer positively, however I found this to be an extremely tight fitting/ tight quarters helmet. Not a lot of room inside. My guess is that you can not. Jun 3, 2014
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Mark C: Yes, I tried my wire rim glasses and the shape of the sun visor allowed about an inch of room between the sun visor and the glasses, my helemt size is XXL. Jun 4, 2014
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martin h: YES! I wear glasses and it does not interfere with mine. When you retract the visor there is no shaking or noise, super nice helmet. Jun 2, 2014
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Steven H: Yes. The visor sits forward enough that there is room for the glasses. Don't have issues with glasses. Jun 2, 2014
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J.R. P: I wear glasses (both sunglasses and regular) and I have had no issues wearing them with my helmet. Jun 2, 2014
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Brad L: Sorry cannot answer. I returned for a different rpha helmet without the sunshield. Jun 2, 2014
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Nigel S: Great - thanks for such a quick response. Jun 2, 2014
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Harland G: Yes I wear glasses with it down Jun 2, 2014
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Nigel S: Appreciate your response - Tx. Jun 2, 2014
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Edwin L: Yes. No problem at all. Jun 2, 2014
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Nigel S: Great - thanks. Jun 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Revilla!

I presently have an RHPA 10, which on my naked bike is great but on my ADV bike I can barely stand for more than an hour. I think it has to do with the windshield height - the wind gets to the top half of the helmet (creating downforce) but not the bottom half (so no lift). With my very tired N102, this wasn't an issue.

What I'm hoping is the Max's aero-profile creates less downforce. Has anyone used both that can comment?

Thanks, Jim W
Sep 13, 2014
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S K: My VS650 has an aftermarket windscreen on it that is quite tall but I still get wind hitting the top of my RPHA. I don't notice any downforce on it but my windscreen is a big improvement over my stock screen, and my RPHA is a BIG improvement over my former helmets! Sep 13, 2014
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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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