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Vemar Jiano Evo TC Helmet

LED and Bluetooth Cheek Pads are sold seperately.

Jiano, an ancient god that had roots in a number of different cultures, was used to symbolize change and transitions such as the progression of future to past, of one condition to another, of  one vision to another, and of one universe to another. The perfect symbol of the Vemar Jiano Evo TC modular street helmet!  

  • The Jiano Evo TC features a mid oval shell shape which offers a more generous fit front to back and more snug fit ear to ear.
  • The Jiano Evo TC is a very comfortable fitting helmet for riders who like to ride for long distances. The internal liner fits the rider without any kind of pressure points.
  • The exterior shell is constructed a Kevlar/Carbon Fiber/Fiberglass mix.
  • Exterior shell is aerodynamically shaped for ease of cutting through the air with less buffeting and wind noise, thus lessening the stress on the rider’s neck muscles after a long ride.
  • The Jiano Evo TC shield closes when the chin bar of the helmet is opened. Not all modular helmets do this. If both the chin bar of a helmet and the shield are open at the same time the aerodynamic effect created is very uncomfortable (unsafe) for the rider, this risk is eliminated with the Jiano Evo TC.
  • The Jiano Evo TC’s chin bar lock mechanism exceeds expectations for safety and convenience. At the same time, the recessed actuation button is easy to use even with one gloved hand.
  • Two sizes of outer shells cover the 6 helmet sizes for the ultimate in a light weight yet proportional fit.
  • An anti-fog, non-scratch 2.2mm thick outer quick release clear shield is standard.
  • Five (5) year warranty from manufacturing date, which equates to the full usable life of the helmet.  Every Vemar helmet comes with a high quality helmet bag and a detailed user guide.
  • A sleek 75% tint interior shield can be moved into position at the rider’s discretion via an easy to access lever on the exterior left side of the helmet. Interior shield can be used even with the chin bar rotated upward and is replaceable.
  • The Jiano Evo TC features a double density high impact inner shell.
  • Removable and washable ultra plush non-deformable high density expanded polyurethane cheek pads.
  • Removable and washable ultra plush inner liner is manufactured from a technical fiber that provides life-long treatment against odor, fungus and bacteria, and extraordinary wicking capabilities that result in enhanced rider comfort.
  • Padded chin strap with a micro adjustable closure buckle for fantastic comfort, easy operation and maximum safety.
  • Padded wind deflector in the chin piece.
  • A fine screen is in the chin vent for insect protection.
  • Features the exclusive “Vemar Klima” adjustable full ventilation system.
  • Engineered in Italy to the motorcyclist specific EC standard. DOT and CE certified
  • Note that with CE certification the chin bars are tested. Thus the Jiano Evo TC has been CE certified as a full face helmet!  
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Vemar Jiano EVO TC Helmet 4.5 5 17 17
Good, comfortable helmet with a unique feature. I wanted to get this helmet a long time ago, but ended up getting the Lazer Monaco Carbon fiber helmet instead due to it being lighter in weight. When the Vemar Jiano Evo TC Night Vision went on sale, I went ahead and purchased it too to see what I passed over. I was very pleasantly surprised to see that the Vemar is a very solid helmet with a better latching system on the front chinbar. It is just as comfortable as the Lazer Monaco and, even though the specs say that the Lazer is much lighter in weight, both of these helmet feel about the same when wearing them, due to the balance of the weight. Ventilation on the Vemar is just a bit below average. The visor fogs up extremely easily. Nothing a Fog City shield won't fix, but it would have been great if it were pinlock ready or equipped. The Glow in the Dark seems gimmicky, but it really works. If you make an effort to fully charge it before riding, the intense glow lasts about 5 minutes or so and then you have a steady dimmer glow for at least 45 minutes. People definitely notice you when riding after dark. It's also eye catching during the daytime, due to the light color. It's too bad Vemar isn't making any more Glow in the Dark models. All of my future helmets will have Glow paint applied. The feature is just that good. March 2, 2015
Great features, poor fit I really wanted this helmet to fit. My hat size is a 7 1/8" long-oval, and I've been wearing Medium helmets for 18 years. This Medium just didn't fit right. When I closed the chinbar, which locked rather authoritatively (good thing), the helmet crushed my cheekbones, and not in a new-helmet-it'll-relax kind of way. I emailed Motonation (the US distributors) asking if they had thinner cheekpads. After a week of no response I called them, and no, they don't. I emailed RevZilla asking for a solution and they called me back the very next day with some great ideas! I didn't try them, though. I removed the cheekpads and put the helmet on again. The crown part of the interior (where it rests on your skull) was too large. I could easily slide the helmet forwards and backwards. My head measures 55.5cm, which Vemar states puts me in a Small. With the cheekpads crushing my face in a Med, I was afraid a Small, while fitting my skull, would turn my face into something resembling a tilapia. I returned the helmet. Conclusion: This is a very well-made helmet with many desirable features. RevZilla customer service is excellent. No two skulls are alike, so this may be the perfect helmet for you. If it weren't for the mismatch between my noggin and this lid, I'd be in helmet heaven right now July 3, 2013
Love it nice features Good helmet. Iove the easy release chin strap. Only complaint is the inside sun shield/glasses isnt long enough April 23, 2013
Very good helmet no matter the price! Very good helmet no matter the price. Great city helmet thanks to the flip up front. Some wind whistling at highway speed from top side of visor. Not a lot of wind noise overall. Good air flow. The sun visor seats a little high but after you start focusing on the riding again, you do not notice it anymore and it provides a decent sun protection. I like the retchetin closure. It came with an extra (tinted) visor, a neoprene (?) clip-on attachment to seal the helmet under the chin and a good quality helmet textile bag. Very happy with my purchase!!! March 31, 2013
vemar jiano EVO tc I'm very satisfied with the Jiano EVO TC! The helmet fits perfect for my mid oval head. The EVO is very comfortable and seems very well built. As mentioned by others, it has very positive latching and adjustments. I'm not sure about the venting. It doesn't feel like there is any airflow, but it hasn't fogged up as of yet. My only complaints is the very narrow field of vision and my scala Q2 boom mic does not fit under the cheek pad. Minor complaints for a helmet I feel is on par with others that cost twice as much. November 30, 2012
Vemar Jiano EVO TC is a deal!!! After deciding that I wanted to try a modular helmet, I looked at the alternatives on the market. i had pretty much decided to either bite the bullet for the Schuberth or Shoei Neotec, when I came across some reviews for the Jiano EVO. I decided to chance it, as I could get the helmet AND the bluetooth cheekpad for less than either of the other choices alone. I am very satisfied with my purchase. Venting could be a bit better, but the noise (or lack thereof) was a pleasant surprise! I had previously worn an Arai Signet, then an Icon (can't recall the model) full face, and the Vemar is far quieter then either of the others. Comfort is close, but not quite to the level of the Arai, but blows the Icon away. It seems to be well constructed, and having a removable interior is fantastic. I found that once I installed the Bluetooth, it was difficult to pull on, due to it being tight going over my ears. Once on, no discomfort. Solution? The Sliks head cover I've come to love so much - the silk outer layer allows the Jiaon to slip right on and adds to the comfort. Cons? There aren't many. With the Bluetooth boom mic, I find it hard to get the mic in a spot that doesn't touch my face or lips, but its a minor annoyance. The lower wind guard doesn't easily clear the mic when closing the front, but this is something I'm getting used to. Same with the euro-style ratcheting chin strap, but the Schuberth has the same mechanism, so if you simply can't ilve with that, then the Shoei becomes the only real alternative. I have no doubt that I would prefer the Shoei over the Vemar, IF the pricing was equal, but it isn't! The Vemar is a bargain, and I think will serve me well in my travels on my '05 BMW R1200 GS. October 17, 2012
Good helmet, but very noisy A very good modular helmet, but extremely noisy. The visor is quite useful as you don't need to wear sunglasses while riding. August 25, 2012
Great modular helmet for the money After much research on modular helmets I decided upon the Vemar. It has good fit & finish with details of a more expensive helmet. It is comfortable, has good visibility, the sun shade is easy to use and effective. My only complaint would be the physical size of the helmet (seems lightly larger than others) and wind noise while traveling at speed. September 24, 2012
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
John W: Price for a modular helmet but the shape did not fit me well (long narrow head) . Gave me a headache after 2 hours. It also pushed down on my glassed causing pain on the bridge of my nose after a while. May 25, 2014
William C: Friend ,Buddy Werner, recommends you. Jan 22, 2014
Mark M: Great modular helmet with great features. This helmet protected my head in a serious crash. Hit a tree so hard the lower left jaw of the helmet was crushed. Got my bell rung but incurred only a minor concussion. Also the drop down sun visor sits low enough you don't have to hold your head in a funny position to keep the sun from peeking under it. Money well spent. Dec 17, 2013
A shopper asked: since there are no reviews yet on this helmet, how do you compare this to the multitec and the C-3? s and can a Scala G-4 work? Jul 13, 2011
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Bman275: I can't answer any comparison between the Jiano EVO TC and the Shoei Multitec, but I met the Schuberth rep at my local BMW dealer and I got to test ride the Schuberth C-3. I thought the C-3 was VERY comfortable and the quality/craftsmanship is evident it the fit and finish. But I thought the C-3 was very noisy and I got a lot of buffeting at freeway speeds. I bought the Jiano EVO TC based on price and positive reviews and I'm not disappointed. I think the quality is on par with the C-3 for half the price. In my opinion, the EVO TC was much quieter than the C-3, but the C-3 has a wider field of vision. I have a mid oval head shape and both the EVO TC and the C-3 fit great and felt comfortable.
I also have my old Scala Q2 attached to my new EVO TC and it works fine but is a little difficult to get clamped between the padding and the shell. The 2 issues I have is that you have to attach it a little further to the rear of the helmet to clear the shaded flip down visor lever and also there is no way to route the boom mic under/behind the cheekpad.
Nov 30, 2012
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RyanMotonation: My name is Ryan and I work for Motonation, the US Distributor of Vemar. I cannot answer questions on comparing models, but as for the Scala G4, Yes this helmet is compatiable with that communication system.

This model also has an optional Bluetooth cheek pad that you can purchase that is made to fit perfectly into the helmet. You unsnap the cheek pad that comes with the helmet and snap in the bluetooth one and you are ready to go. It retails for only $245. But if you already own the scala communication system, it will work with the Jiano EVO TC.
Oct 14, 2011
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Chris K: Thats tough since this is still quite a new helmet. Personally, I like the Multitec better, but I am biased since I own one. I think that this helmet competes well at its price point. You have a few extra features and options that the Multitec doesn't have, but the Multitec is a bit quieter and more comfortable. As for the C3 - I still consider it to be in its own class. Nothing has come close to the Schuberth to date in the modular helmet world. Aug 5, 2011
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jrsplace: works great with the Scala Cardo Powerset G4 Aug 17, 2011
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A shopper asked: Where on the helmet does it show the manufacturing date for purposes of determining the date the warranty expires? Mar 3, 2012
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RevZilla: That information is usually found under the liner or sometimes on the chin strap. May 2, 2012
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Brian614: Mine is on a label sewn to the chin strap Mar 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the Vemar Jiano TC helmet and the last years Jiano helmet? Oct 8, 2011
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RyanMotonation: Hey Greg,
My name is Ryan and I work for Motonation, the US distributor of Vemar helmets. Thank you for your question on the differences between the two helmets. Below are your answers.

There is a visual design difference in the two helmets which of course is noticeable. In the newer designed Jiano EVO TC, there is more air flow through the vents of the helmet over the Jiano.

Outer shell construction:
Jiano = ultra light thermoplastic shell while vs. Jiano EVO TC carbon fiber/fiberglass shell.

Optional LED light and Bluetooth Cheekpads:
With the standard Jiano helmet, if you wish to have a bluetooth system in your helmet then you are required to purchase a Jiano Bluetooth model that has this feature pre-installed.

With the updated Jiano EVO TC this option comes in an available cheek pad that you simply replace the current cheek pad with. It is as easy as just snapping it in and you are ready to go. This is the same with the option LED light as well. If you wish to add a communication system to your helmet at a later date you can simply just purchase the cheek pad instead of a new helmet or a 3rd party communication system that requires you to install it.

Vemar also has a new modular called the "Attivo" that will have these additional options as well. The Attivo is closer to the standard Jiano in construction and price.

If you have more questions or wish for additional technical info, reply back and I will answer as soon as possible!

Thanks - Ryan @ motonation
Oct 14, 2011
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musician: The Jiano TC (tri-compound) is a new shell formulation (carbon/kevlar and plastic) that Vemar says is lighter and stronger that the previous version. The Jiano EVO TC is the next evolution (their statement not mine) of the original Jiano. I do have this helmet, and I like it a lot! Light, quite (for a modular) and with good features. Oct 17, 2011
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A shopper asked: How does the mid-oval (For Size L) shell shape comparing with Arai's round oval (e.g. Quantum II# for the same size #L)? Jan 10, 2012
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mighty4: I found that the fit was very similar. Even though many have commented that the Vemars run small, I did not find this to be the case. Oct 17, 2012
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The correct size is determined by the circumference of the rider's head. This must be measured at a height of about 3/4 of an inch above the rider’s eyebrows.

Vemar Helmet Sizing

Size Measurement (cm) Measurement (in)
2XS 51-52 20 - 20 1/2
XS 53-54 20 3/4 - 21 1/4
SM 55-56 21 5/8 - 22 
MD 57-58 22 1/2 - 22 3/4
LG 59-60 23 1/4 - 23 1/2
XL 61-62 24 - 24 3/8
2XL 63-64 24 7/8 - 25 1/8

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. Please use this chart as a guide only.

Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Gloss Black / XS 775401 VES-JETC-A3H-2XS Out of Stock
Gloss Black / SM 775402 VES-JETC-A3H-3S Out of Stock
Gloss Black / MD 775403 VES-JETC-A3H-4M Out of Stock
Gloss Black / LG 775404 VES-JETC-A3H-5L Out of Stock
Gloss Black / XL 775405 VES-JETC-A3H-6XL Out of Stock
Gloss Black / 2XL 775406 VES-JETC-A3H-7XXL Out of Stock