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HJC Sy-Max III Helmet

  • Advanced Fiberglass Shell with Adjustable Polycarbonate Chin Bar: Lightweight, superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology.
  • One-Touch Integrated Sunshield: Three positions for sunshield sliding lever which is adjustable, smoke tinted Sunshield deploys quickly and easily
  • ACS Advanced Channeling Ventilation System: Full front to back airflow flushes heat & humidity up & out
  • Optically superior Pinlock-prepared Faceshield: New 3D design, an anti-scratch coating and is prepared for the ultimate anti-fog Pinlock insert (Pinlock insert sold separately)
  • QuickSlide: Tool-less shield replacement system
  • One-Touch patent pending integrated smoke-tinted SunShield: Deploys quickly & easily
  • Single-button Chin Bar/Faceshield Release: Open with one hand even with gloves on.
  • SilverCool Interior: Moisture-wicking and odor-free interior with advanced silver anti-bacterial fabric. Crown and cheek pads are removable and washable.
  • DOT Approved

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HJC SyMax 3 Helmet 4.4 5 77 77
Great helmet, a bit noisey I wish someone would make a quite helmet, that is my only gripe with this product. July 7, 2014
First helmet, great choice This is my first helmet, in fact I never even tried on any other; once I found this, it was perfect for me. However, I have nothing else to compare this to, especially in-use. That said, the air flow is decent, but not great. I've ridden with it only in 70 to upper 80 degree weather, both with the vents open and closed. While you can tell a difference when the vents are open, it's not significant. Actually, it's hard to tell if they're open or closed in 45mph traffic unless a decent wind is hitting you. I personally keep the visor up a notch or two, and that helps dramatically. The only time I keep it closed is in the rain. The visor has never closed or budged when I keep it in a partially opened notch, even at 70+ mph. When closed, the visor doesn't fog up unless you're a mouth breather, so long as the vents are open. With the chin bar down, my field of vision is uninhibited from the sides, only downward; I have to tilt to see the gauges. Wind noise is definitely significant. I don't mind it, and I have to doubt for the price there's any other helmet that could be considered "quiet," but even with vents and visor closed, it's tough to hear my helmet speakers. Disassembly and cleaning are quick and easy, including the visor. There's plenty of room to run wires for speakers, and even what appear to be pockets for them as well. With the chin bar up, the helmet feels top heavy and awkward; too awkward to try and drive with it like that. However, it's a nice thing to have on a hot day at a long red light, also great for grabbing a quick drink. I'd recommend giving this a shot if you're interested in a modular. I paid a bit more at a local shop, but that way I knew the fit was perfect, and I needed it right then. I'd suggest trying this on locally, and coming back here for the price if time isn't an issue. June 13, 2014
First helmet So this is my first helmet ever and I bought it cause I got it for around $200 and I figured that was a pretty good deal. I like the screen visor inside but it wasnt dark enough for me so I bought the dark smoke visor screen from Revzilla and now its very good to ride during sunny days. It is a little heavy and loud with wind noise but I dont have much to compare it to. Neither is a big issue but I got my fiance a regular HJC helmet and I like the lightness of it. If youre a bigger guy with a bigger neck then I fully recommend this helmet. I'm still happy with it and I will be wearing it for a few more years or until some jerk on a cell phone helps me test it out. It is solid and im sure it would hold up easily in a crash. The insides are very soft and easy to remove and clean. June 11, 2014
Good for the price - smaller outside shell than Nolan N104 I had a 7 year old HJC modular that has served me well with zero problems, but I wanted to move to one with an internal sun shield. Since I wear glasses (which is the reason I go with the modular helmet to put it on and remove it without removing my glasses) I was tired of either having to carry prescription sunglasses or a tinted and clear face shield. This way I use my regular glasses, keep a clear shield on the outside and have the tinted internal shield any time I need it with a slide of a latch. Originally I went with the N104 from Nolan. It was a nice helmet, a bit more expensive, but good quality. I didn't get to ride with it as I had to return it. Nolan's outer shell was much too big to fit in the saddlebags of my FJR1300. My new HJC fits with no problems. The larger outer size of the N104 also made it feel bulkier. I feel the venting could be a bit better, but it works well enough. The noise is about the same as my older HJC. When my windshield on the bike is up there is little to no noise, but with it down and the helmet getting the full blast of the air the helmet is noisy, too noisy to ride any distance without earplugs. I found this to be the same as the old HJC modular, and the same as a full face SNELL helmet that I have. I do notice wind noise is less with the outside visor up, but this really doesn't work with the windshield of the bike down as now I get blasted in the face with bugs and small chunks of road debris. Too bad the helmet is not quieter with the visor down, but this may be more of a design of the FJR causing excessive turbulence Compared to the N104 I like the HJC design better as you can open the chinbar with the external visor up. This may sound odd, but on the N104 you can't. If you have the external visor up when you open the chin the visor gets forced closed. So that means you have to fight getting the chin bar open and then have to reopen the visor once the chin bar is back down. This is not a problem on the HJC as opening the chin bar does not affect the external visor. This is a design difference between Nolan and HJC. Nolan's bar pivots so the chin is kept lower and closer to the helmet, which I really don't care about as I don't ride with the front open once I am out of a parking lot. Another note: The N104's internal visor did not come as lows as I would like. The HJC internal visor has 3 positions. 1 is medium - and good coverage. The 2nd is low, and is perfect for me. 3 is so low my nose is now behind the visor and is rubbing it. The N104 never came low enough, plus had a squared / flat bottom edge instead of a rounded edge. These differences made a big gap in coverage of the internal sun shield and put a major line in the field of view. This combined with the odd angular lines of the external visor and the lines from the pinlock shield made it overwhelming to look through or around all these lines in the field of view. The HJC has none of these issues and the internal sunshield has much better coverage and adjustability. I also like the "soft" closure on this model of the HJC compared to their lower price models where the sunshield BANGS back open loudly and violently. Overall, great helmet for the price. It has the pinlock posts but not the insert. Once you buy the insert you are almost at the same price as the N104 which comes with the insert. May 19, 2014
Great value This is the first modular helmet that I have ever had I have had several full face and half helmets in the past so I was not sure what to expect. I am pleasantly surprised. Out of the box it seemed to be solid and fit and finish was good. The interior is plush. The chin bar is smooth in operation and secure. The shield has good detent and can be operated with one hand. I have owned a couple of HJC helmets before so I was familiar with the fit and for my head a large has been perfect. As I put on the symax III it seed tight on my cheeks which surprised me and it was somewhat uncomfortable but the rest of the helmet fit perfectly so I thought I would see how it broke in. I am happy to say that after a day of riding and taking it on and off a few times that it has broke in nicely and is very comfy now. I like the opening chin bar and it is secure when shut and operate very smoothly when you want to open it. I am not that impressed with the air flow through this helmet it fog easily and the chin vent is not effective although the pin lock when in stalled (not included) fixes the fogging problem. I can feel no air flow on the top of my head so I am concerned about how cool the helmet will be in 85 degree plus heat. As far as the noise level of this helmet I am very pleased it seems tight and quiet now I do ride behind a full fairing with a mid height wind screen but I liked the change from a half helmet and not having to wear ear plugs. The weight of the helmet was a pleasant surprise as well I expected it to feel heavy and maybe even a strain on my neck as I have experience in the past with some full face helmet but it is not that way at all. It cut the air good and I feel no wind turbulence at all. The balance is exultant. I installed the sena SMH10 Bluetooth intercom on this helmet and it was easy and quick the speaker cut outs are too small for the speakers but I needed the spacer anyway so it was not a problem. I got the white helmet I really like the look of it all in all I like this helmet and I feel that it is a great value!! May 13, 2014
Wrong Shape for My Head This is a good-quality helmet at a fair price, but the helmet shape is too round for my intermediate oval head. (Arai helmets fit me; Shoei helmets don't.) I will have to make some modifications to this helmet to get it to fit me. I feel pressure both on the forehead and at the back of my head. Other HJC helmets have fit me well, so I was surprised by the fit on this model. June 12, 2014
Most comfort I've found in a helmet though i've only been out to ride a few times this season, this helmet is greatly light weight and doesn't have a lot of "drag" when it comes to gusts of wind. I enjoy the room it holds for earbuds or bluetooth if you prefer and the memory foam inserts are a great fit April 9, 2014
Great value for the features in this helmet! This is a great value. Modular helmet, easily replaceable shield, slide-down sunscreen, removable and washable pads, communication-ready, Pinlock compatible, good weight, and I love the Hi-Viz color! The only thing missing, for me, is more ventilation. I am in Mississippi, and gets H-O-T in the summer. Great helmet at this price-point! May 21, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Pete D: Best bang for the buck! I have had two HJC helmets before and they have served me well, but alas
they don't last forever. This helmet has all of the whistles and bells that other manufacturers sell for twice
the price. The extra dollars you pay is just for the prestigious name not a better built or safer product.
Jul 7, 2014
Larry H: I have a friend that has one, seems to like it very much. Jun 24, 2014
P A: My friend has this helmet and is excellent. Great reviews and great quality for the Price. Also is one of the best looking. May 28, 2014
joseph l: I have purchased two HJC modular helmets in the past, one exactly the same as this. Unfortunately, my last one was damaged when it fell off the shelf in my garage over the winter. I have been very happy with these helmets and didn't think twice about replacing my damaged one with another exactly the same. The face shield is very easy to remove to clean and/or switch for a shaded one. May 4, 2014
David B: Good value for the price. I've had good experience with other HJC helmets. May 4, 2014
David D: My wife thought it was more comfortable that the Bell Vortex. May 3, 2014
Vint B: This white HJC is very similar to my black HD helmet, which is made my the same company. May 2, 2014
Bryan S: Upgrading from a 7 year old HJC modular helmet. I tried the Nolan N104 before this. It was much bigger and wouldn't fit in saddlebags, also did not like that when you opened the chinbar the visor would be forced shut. This was not an issue on the HJC design. May 2, 2014
Philip C: I have owned a SyMax 2 for several years and it has served me well. I like the retractable sun visor because I wear prescription lenses and this means I don't have top stop and switch glasses. The SyMax is a good helmet for the money. The sun visor broke after about 4 years on the SyMax 2 so time to upgrade ! May 2, 2014
varun l: for looks Apr 14, 2014
Russell M: I liked the fit. Apr 2, 2014
Richard P: Currently have the symax2 and like it. This is the next generation and hopefully with better ventilation. Good price for the type helmet Feb 15, 2014
RJ M: I purchased a SyMax 3 a year ago. On August of 2013 I was rear ended doing 60mph and was high sided when I went down. I was unconscious for 48 hours, had two broken ribs, and a shattered Clavicle. I had 6 spots of bleeding on the brain. If I hadn't been wearing my SyMax 3 I would have been killed. My recovery is now complete. The left side of my helmet was pretty much destroyed and the shell was cracked, not my skull. Thank You HJC. Dec 14, 2013
Paul D: Gift Sep 28, 2013
Bill L: Feed back on HJC helmets is good as specific feedback I have read for the SyMax 3. The price is fair and I am happy with the fit and features so far. Aug 16, 2013
W I: I already own one, and like it so much I wanted to get one for my wife. Aug 13, 2013
A shopper asked: I see several reviewers report that they have attached Sena SMH-10 units to their HJC Symax III helmets. Can the SMH-10 mount be attached using the bolt on clamp kit or does it require the use of the adhesive mounting option?
I can't tell whether the pocket for the Chatterbox will interfere with the Sena clamp. Thanks for any input.
Jul 25, 2014
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Douglas P: I didn't like the way the clamp distorted the helmet liner so I used a variation of the adhesive setup. Instead of their adhesive and Velcro, I used some dual lock material .... it works great. Jul 25, 2014
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Douglas P: I didn't like the way the clamp distorted the helmet liner so I used a variation of the adhesive setup. Instead of their adhesive and Velcro, I used some dual lock material .... it works great. Jul 25, 2014
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Anthony V: The pocket for the chatterbox does not interfere with the Sena--Bolt it right into place.. I have used this unit for two years and over 50k miles without an issue!! Jul 25, 2014
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Michael G. C: Sorry I cant answer your question. Check you tube, you might find something there. Jul 25, 2014
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Robert C: Used clamp kit for both mine and my wife's. No problems. Jul 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: What head shapes fit this best. I have an Arai Signet-Q that fits like a glove and also a Syymax 2005 Harley helmet that fits great. Would this be sinilar to the old symax I have. Looking for modular for my Harley Touring bike? Jun 20, 2014
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Lee G: Not sure about the fit in comparison to their older models but my symax 3 fits me great. I owned a Nolan before and I like the symax much better. Revzilla has such a great return policy it's worth a try. Jun 20, 2014
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Lellwyn L: Don't know about head shape. I bought this for winter riding in the Southeast. Heavy as all helmets like this are. I have no regrets in buying this. Jun 24, 2014
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Gabriel C: This is a very oral helmet. I have whats called a basket ball head (its very round) and for this reason I wear hjc helmets. Jun 20, 2014
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Gabriel C: This is a very oral helmet. I have whats called a basket ball head (its very round) and for this reason I wear hjc helmets. Jun 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the skymax3 come in white? the video says no but the page shows it in white. Nov 15, 2013
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Bill L: I dont know, I got the silver. Its designed with a huge space that lets way too much air in at the chin. Good above 80 degrees. Nov 15, 2013
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Gabriel C: is this with or without the chin curtain? Dec 26, 2013
Chris C: I seem to recall it coming in black, flat black and white, but I could be wrong. Nov 15, 2013
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Todd F: It does come in white. Buy it, it's a good helmet. Nov 15, 2013
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armand d: Really don't know. I bought silver Nov 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have the Sena 10-11 communication system. Will I be able to use it on this helmet? Mar 31, 2014
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Ming K: Sorry, I haven't used any comms system with my Symax 3. Mar 31, 2014
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Hong Z: Yes is fine Mar 31, 2014
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Hong Z: Yes is fine Mar 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: No mention of noise levels, How does it compair to the Schubirth C3?? Nov 3, 2011
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multimotors: I have both a Schuberth C3 and a Symax II (not a 3), and while there is much ado about the quietness of the C3, I find that once the vents are open, it is all academic. While the C3 is slightly quieter than the Symax, neither is quiet enough (in my opinion) for extended rides without hearing protection. I found the Symax to be a very good helmet. Why did I replace it, you ask? Because it impacted the side of a utility truck in a glancing blow at 40mph then the pavement with my grape still inside. Dislocated hip, smashed clavicle, crushed bones in my foot and ankle. Zero head injury, no loss of consciousness, no failure of the locking mechanism of the chin-bar. Great helmet, and I will own one again. Nov 5, 2011
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AliB: The Schuberth is one of the quietest modular helmets on the market, but the HJC is reported to be very quiet for a modular helmet at such and affordable price. Nov 11, 2011
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bugser: Noisy. I've never had a schubirth though, so can't compare. I suspect the noise comes from all the slots and channels. May 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do you guys sell pinprick insert for symax 3? I couldn't find one on your web. Thanks. Mar 18, 2013
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RevZilla: Boom! You're looking for the HJ-09 Pinlock Lens (not pinprick). I knew exactly what you were talking about, but you might get some funny looks if you tell your buddies about your new pinprick faceshield. Mar 19, 2013
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whlin76: LOL... pinprick... stupid auto-correct function on my "Smartphone!" :-) Thank you. Mar 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Any weight improvements over the Symax II? Nov 2, 2011
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Sinaura: I'm not sure how the SyMax2 was weight-wise, but the SyMax3 (according to my scale) is 3 1/4 lbs. Apr 30, 2012
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lawrenre: The video tells the weight of the helmet. Nov 4, 2011
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A shopper asked: what pinlock insert do I need for this helmet? May 23, 2014
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Avi A: I believe you need the hj-17. http://www.revzilla.com/product/hjc-hj-09-pinlock-lens-insert Jul 8, 2014
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Gabriel C asked: Is it possible to purchase it with the dark smoke inner sun visor? Or would I need to order the dark smoke and switch it out with the smoke one already in it?

Also, is the inner sun shield polarized?

I'm buying this helmet either way. I was just wondering. Also going to get the SMH10 for it. I LOVE REVZILLA.

Oh and p.s. Revzilla, you should make an app for easier shopping while on a mobile device.
Jan 1, 2014
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Guy W: Not sure about able to purchase with dark smoke inner sun visor. I can tell you that the inner visor that comes with the helmet is dark and is not polarized.

Hope that helps. I love this helmet!!
Jan 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at ordering the symax 3. Just need to know if it conforms to Australian design and safety standards? Nov 4, 2013
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Joe T: At this stage it is illeagal but there is aproblem with all Australian design and safety standards. Google oz helmets to find out more. Nov 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've searched the internet and can not confirm if there is more than one shell size. I assume no because only one size replacement face shield is offered... Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: You are right! There is only one shell size for the Symax 3. Enhanced bobblehead effect for the more petite riders. Mar 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is HJC making the harley helmets? looks very similar . Aug 10, 2012
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RevZilla: That is correct, HJC does make a lot of the Harley Davidson Helmets. Aug 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: The helmet clearly has a slot for the Chatterbox Bluetooth system BUT the page says, NOTE "HJC Sy-Max 3 is not compatible with the Chatterbox Communication System." sooooooo yea or nay on the Bluetooth Aug 1, 2012
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RevZilla: The HJC SyMax 3 Helmet was initially designed to be compatible with the Chatterbox system, but it is not compatible due to a slot that is too thick to accept the Chatterbox. However, the Sena SMH-10 and the Cardo Scala Rider G9 (or any universal communication system) will be compatible, but not integrated in the slot featured on that helmet. Aug 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: I would like to change the default tinted inside lens to a clear lens and keep a dark tinted lens on the outside. Is it possible to change out the inside drop lens? Jun 9, 2012
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RevZilla: This would not be possible as HJC does not produce a clear inner sunvisor. The Symax 3 does, however, accept the HJ-17 tinted faceshields. Jun 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: My currently have the CL-16 in 3XL size... I wanted to replace with SyMax but 3XL size is not available :( Jan 23, 2012
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RevZilla: At this time HJC does not have plans to produce a XXXL SyMax 3. They are limited by shell size specifications and the expense of producing new molds. May 3, 2012
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HJC Helmets

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 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 - 9 27 1/4 - 27 5/8

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