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The Airmada is ICON's highest evolution of helmet craftsmanship and you’ll realize this from the moment you take off. With four shell sizes and 5 dual-density EPS liners sizes in the rider-preferred oval head form, the Airmada offers a personalized fit without an ounce of wasted space. The shield system has also been completely redesigned to give riders the best view of the road ahead. The new Rapid Release shield removal system allows you to change ICON Optics in a matter of seconds.
Injection molded polycarbonate shell for strength and durability
Recessed twin channel supervent with industry leading intake and exhaust ports for increased cooling
Fog-free ICON optics shield with PROLOCK shield locking system
Adjustable chin and forehead venting system maintains continual temperature for increased comfort in and riding situation
Easy adjuster go-vent switch for superior air flow control
Available in 4 shell sizes with an ICON exclusive long oval headform for ultimate fit and comfort
All World standard meets or exceeds the following – DOT FMVSS 218 (US ), ECE 22-05 (EUROPE), SAI AS1698 (AUSTRALIA) & SG (JAPAN) safety and testing standards. (Does not ship with SAI or SG Certification stickers unless purchased from an authorized dealer in that country)
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Santiago G: I tried a lot of helmets, this is the best fitting for me.Jun 2, 2015
Sam J: 4 shell sizes, long oval head shape, and great lookMay 21, 2015
Crystal S: I've always heard good things about ICON helmets. I'm a new rider and after researching quite a few helmets (quality and price) and getting feedback from other riders, I decided to go with this one. The medium size fit perfectly except for the padding on the cheeks. Due to my chipmunk cheeks, it was was tighter on my face than I thought it would be. Ordered the 3XL cheek padding and now it fits perfectly and feels amazing!Apr 13, 2015
A S: wanted a sleek full face helmet with a lot of airflowApr 1, 2015
K E: Long oval helmet options are pretty limited and this one comes with great reviews and a reasonable price tag.Mar 18, 2015
Christopher K: I love the look and fit of it, and I like how easy it is to replace the liner and also the ability to customize the exterior of the helmet. It appears to be exceptional quality in this price bracket.Feb 13, 2015
Sam W: It was recommended as a staple product by the site and comes highly recommended from other customers. It is my first helmet so I'm looking forward to it!Nov 5, 2014
FINLEY T: Real great helmet, after 6 months of use i have no complain...Nov 3, 2014
Savon T: Will be taking MSF classes in the next couple of weeks, and this seems to be bang for the buck and reliable helmet in the market in my eyes. But, I would like to get some more information on better/recommended non-pricey gears.Sep 19, 2014
Michael E: just bought my first sports bike, eager to ride, needed a helmet. wanted something with good reviews but cost effective, love the matte color. after watching the videos on the website reviewing the helmet sounded like the one for meAug 10, 2014
Alan P: Read the reviews and watched the video. I like the look and it seems like it is what I am looking for.Aug 4, 2014
Juan G: looks cool, feels nice need new helmetJul 19, 2014
Jake L P: I have had 3 alliance helmets and liked the changes and upgrades that were presented in the videoJun 19, 2014
Akil C: Looks like excellent value for money. Has features found in $400-$600 helmets (like the degree of venting) for sub-$200.Jun 16, 2014
William M: I have a long oval head,hope this is the one for me!Jun 9, 2014
Ryan B: I'd been looking for a new FF helmet for awhile. My old one is a Scorpion EXO 700. I'd been searching for awhile and everyone I tried on was very uncomfortable. I'd never tried on an Icon before and when I did I fell in love. For me, most comfortable FF I've ever tried on. The fit and finish on the helmet seems top notch. I chose the Airmada model because I really it's lower profile. Went with the matte black mainly because it just looks pretty sweet. Can't wait for the helmet to arrive!Apr 30, 2014
Joseph E: Good price point, good comfort, looks excellent.Apr 25, 2014
Thomas B: great helmet, good price, has the look I was after.Mar 31, 2014
W C: I purchased this after reading/watching many reviews, and actually trying this helmet on in a local store. The only helmet I've owned has been a $100 cheap helmet, and I figured it was time for an upgrade. My concern was comfort and cooling, but I wanted something at a lower price point than a Shoei or Arai. I have a small head with fat cheeks so I ordered the medium to fit my head, and the 15mm cheekpads inorder to give a better fit around my face.Mar 31, 2014
gerald m: wanted a well ventilated helmet to fit my long head for Florida riding and until i buy a tinted visor other reviewers say i can wear sunglasses under them, extra peripheral always a bonusMar 17, 2014
Spencer M: Good price and was included in the top picks for 2014.Mar 1, 2014
FINLEY T: This will be my first helmet, i choose for the price and the comfort.Jan 13, 2014
G U: after looking at the many several great reviews by Revzilla, the price, the quality and the style of this helmet sold me. It was a tough choice between the Medicine Man helmet that Icon offers...may have to put that on a christmas wish list!Nov 15, 2013
B I: Many shell sizes, proper head shape (for me), meets ECE standards, styling, reviews.Nov 3, 2013
A S asked:I am torn between this and the AGV K3 SV helmet. Which would you recommend for a sport bike rider who rides on the street more than at a track? I do a lot of riding both in town with traffic at slower speeds and on longer faster highway rides. My main concerns are keeping cool in the summer so my makeup doesn't melt off, minimal whistling/ excess noise inside the helmet, and stability (no wobbling at highway speed). Thank you for any advice to help me make my final choice!Mar 30, 2015
FINLEY T:For me this helmet is great! i live in a zone with +100 f° in summer and to be honest this helmet offers a average ventilation, just enough... sorry this helmet can't do magic on a stop on traffic. but for average speed and flowing commute offers a fine ventilation and comfort. great noise cancellation but in times i can't hear the sirens from official vehicles from 3 blocks away. (maybe I'm deaf lol..)Apr 7, 2015
Phillip H asked:I have tried on the both the small and medium. The small fits my head better in terms of being snug but it leaves my chin somewhat exposed like its to short for my face. The medium is snug just not as snug as the small however it fully covers my face. I have around a 21 3/4" diameter head measurement. Should I just go with small or the medium?Apr 15, 2014
Jennifer B:Athough the icon airmada helmet looks wonderful and offers that track day feel with a snug fit, I would recommend the Alliance helmet over the airmada as it may offer you a little more protection in the chin but has the same fit around your head. Or you could go a hundred dollars more, get a lighter helmet with a Snell rating and go with a Shoei. I also find airmada is very difficult to take off and hurts my ears to put ear buds in. The alliance has slightly softer pads.
if you decide to stick with the icon the headliner and cheek pads are interchangeable between the small and extra small, but not with the mediums... You cannot put medium cheek pads in a small helmet Unfortunately... I would buy the Alliance or go with a Shoei for a better fit. Helmet Is number one most important piece of gear. Well worth it in my book...Apr 15, 2014
Jorge S:Small can would work the best. The helmet actually stretches out eventually. Almost all helmets are tight at first. As for the chin being exposed, try tilting the helmet more forward in a more aggressive position. This helmet definitely fits aggressive. And if all else fails, I suggest you go one up to a medium after that.Apr 16, 2014
A shopper asked:I live in San Diego so a helmet with good airflow is key. I also want a really safe helmet like this. Is this a good style helmet for a bike like the Moto Guzzi V7? Guys look cool with 3/4 helmets like the Bell 500 but I know that's not safe or practical. I don't want to look like a super bike racer on a retro cruiser. Thanks.Aug 25, 2013
Chris G:First off, I love this helmet. The air flow is great at low speeds 35-45mph. It does have a snug fit which I like I do feel safe with it on. I have worn it in 50 to 95 degree weather and didn't mind having it on. I also bought the dark smoke visor it really compliments the rubitone color and makes it look even more stealthy. It is relatively quite even at speed and again really comfortable to wear. It is easy to remove the cheek pads and liner with just a couple snaps for cleaning. I would recommend this helmet to anyone. Aug 26, 2013
Anthony H:I have the matte black rubatone armada, it flows tonnes of air. it doesn't look like you should be ripping around Laguna Seca either, it's not shouty like a lot of sporty helmets. it's super comfy, just be careful when you change the lenses, the little side covers' tabs that hold them to the lens are really small and break so easily.
Isaias G:This helmet fits true to size, and is very comfortable. I live in Phoenix and it flows really good air. Sometimes too much because there is no chin curtain so the air comes up the front of your face and can be annoying on the eyes sometimes but does prevent fog when it's humid and cold.. It's not to racer looking so it would look good on a retro cruiser especially with a smoke shield.. Hope this helps.. Sep 4, 2013
A shopper asked:I purchased both a Large and Medium Airmada "Miscreant" due to lack of options to try one on where I live. According to the fit size based on my hat size I am a medium as I do not have a large head at all. The medium is very tight on my cheeks but the large I can shake my head and it moves around and it does not seem tight enough. I am not sure which one I need? This is my first helmet so looking for some good advice, thank you.Apr 21, 2015
Jennifer V:To answer as best as possible- what size shape is your head? I returned it since it's for a longer shape. I ordered small it's was too narrow on all the points. Couldn't fit my noggin in it. I went w a different brand. I wouldn't consider a bigger size Helmet if I'm a small. AGV fit excellent. Also HJC small is a great fit for my shaped head. Revzilla has some great descriptions. All depends on the helmet but I wouldn't try bigger. . Good luck. Apr 21, 2015
charles l:Unless it's literally giving you a headache to wear, Go with the medium. You should never be able to move a helmet when it's on your head. It should pinch at your cheeks when you talk or chew gum. It'll break in as you wear it and loosen up a little, but never to the point where you can grab it and turn it while it's on your head. Apr 21, 2015
Chris H:You don't want that thing to be moving around on your head - it'll move around in a crash and not provide the protection that you need it to provide. Get the medium helmet and buy the large size cheekpads, which are easily replaceable.Apr 21, 2015
Ryan B:The cheek pads should be pretty tight, but you can just buy the cheek pads a size up and swap them out if you want, 30 bucks on this site- should do the trick. Don't wear the large if it moves.Apr 21, 2015
A shopper asked:Hey revzilla, I just watched the review on the Icon Airmada Rubatone. It seems to be the one for me. My question: If I only wear the clear shield (because I wear my sunglasses often), will they fit when I have the helmet on, or will the helmet be too snug for them? They are Costas, by the way. Thanks.Nov 7, 2014
Patrick G:Coming from the airmada, I just recently bought an RS-1. With that said the airmada and RS-1 have a slightly similar fit except the airmada is a tad narrower. Definitely a tighter fit than an RS-1 though. May 2, 2014
A shopper asked:My Father Bought a Icon Airmada, his head size is 58,5cm, at First we bought the Medium one but it couldnt fit him... Now what can we do? Buy the Lange one or the XL? his head is more like a circle not so oval...Mar 18, 2014
Stephen B:The Icon Airmada is close to perfect for my long oval head. I've previously worn a Nolan, which I think was shaped on a basketball, and a Bell Arrow, which was better but still developed hot spots on my Neanderthal brow and left worrying gaps on the sides of my skull. If you're an oval and can get the Icon on (it really is race-fit tight around the opening), you should be good. If your dome is rounder, look elsewhere.Mar 25, 2014
Daniel H:All I can tell you is it the fit runs very small. I usually wear a Small but I had to buy a medium and then purchase the Small padding and the helmet is still the snuggest fit I've known in 40 years of riding. I think Icon refers to it somewhere as being a 'Track' or 'Racing' fit. Mayber Icon and Revzilla need to do a better job of describing just how small this helmet line runs. Gone are the days of trying things on in a store so 'buyer beware'. The good thing is that Revzilla's return policy is easy.Mar 18, 2014
Victor G:looking on the size chart your father falls right between Med and Large. I have Oval head shape measuring 59cm and large size is slightly looser compare to many other helmets around cheeks. But it doesn't wobble or move. So your father should be fine with large size. Also this helmet could be custom fitted for almost any head buy replacing inner liner parts.Mar 18, 2014
Nathaniel H:This helmet definitely runs small. I would def go with a XXL. It comes with a clear mask. I have a large, long head and had trouble finding a helmet that doesnt give me hot spots. I wear an XL in HJC (motocross helmet) and I went with a XXXL for this airmada after purchasing and returning the XXL.
I purchased the dark smoke aftermarket lens and it looks awesome. The dark smoke is dark enough that it gives the helmet a dark "tinted" look, however it can still be used around dusk with no issues. Plus there is a quick release that you can swap out the lenses easily (once you figure out the mechanism, its a bit tricky).Oct 9, 2013
Victor G:Fit is little narrower than most bell helmets when new. But cheek pads brake in nicely, so i would by same size helmet. Should be fine after about week or so. Helmet comes with only clear face shield. Best regard Victor.Oct 6, 2013
ivan a:this helmet has excellent ventilation, i wear it in very humid hawaii stop and go traffic and NEVER did the visor fog up. also it is important to close the front vents in the event of rain as you will get a wet face. it works well in the upright and tucked positionFeb 18, 2015
Daniel H:I don't know that I'm the right one to ask as I ride my bike daily and truly enjoy not having phones ring or people talking to me. As for being able to fit anything besides my head in it I'd be surprised due to the fact this is the snuggest fitting helmet I've ever worn. I normally wear a small but had to buy a medium and replace the liner with the thinnest set and the helmet is still very snug. I don't know if this answer helps or not.Dec 20, 2013
Rob C asked:Hi. I have a huge head and am looking for a decent face under the 200 mark. I have a long chin as well and it hit the chin guard on some helmets. Would this be a good choice for me?Aug 4, 2014
Victor G:I would say that fit is slightly round, similar to shoei rf1100 but with little more room around chick bones. I don't have a long chin and I think chin guard is to far from me. I have probably around 3 inches before it will able to touch.Aug 4, 2014
A S asked:I am riding an st1300 currently, so an upright seating position. I currently am wearing a Shoei RT-7 (I think) that I bought in 2002. It is just too round and bites in the forehead after an hour or two to the point I just wear a half helmet most days.
I am looking at the Airmada and the Signet by Aria. Any others that I should look at for a long oval?
Which will be quieter, less head bobble and flow more air on a bike like this? My shoei deafens me on a cruiser, but is not too bad on the sport toured.
I am wide open to suggestions, but I need a long oval. In a fitted hat (Resitol) I wear a 7 5/8 to 7 3/4 Long oval.
Christian K:I own the Airmada and it fits well wants good. There is some whistle and noise though…. I tried on the Aria and it is another league. The icon is a good Helmet and bang for the bug wise the better option but the Aria has a way better quality feel to it.Jun 10, 2014
Ryan B:signet q is the longest you can get. The armada is long, but not as much so. I have pressure points on the front and back of my head that get really sore on long rides. I really should just splurge on the signet, but my head's on the extreme side in longness- the airmada may fit you just fine.Apr 21, 2015
daniel v:I wear a small...but im pretty certain that i share the same shell size as a medium. That being said...there is a shell size difference going from a M to L, but its a negligable amount. My buddy wears a large of the same lid helmet...and looks almost the same. Great helmet for the price foe sure...ive had mine for 2 years now and the only issue ive had has been with the shield getting scratched. Probably my fault, anyhow. Feb 22, 2015
Daniel H:I love this helmet but it does run very small. I've ridden for 40 years and have always worn a 'Small' no matter what make I bought. In the Rubatone I wear a Medium, had to change out the liner pads to the thinner set and it's still the snuggest helmet I've ever worn.Apr 30, 2014