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HJC Motorcycle Helmets

Since 1971, HJC has provided premier head protection to amateur and professional motorcyclists across the globe. With their state-of-the-art testing laboratory and wind tunnel, HJC is focused on continuous product improvement. From entry-level to high-end, there is a helmet to fit just about any need.

Do HJC helmets meet all safety standards?

HJC motorcycle helmets meet or exceed all safety standards of both the DOT and Snell.

  • Snell Standard: Since 1957, the not-for-profit Snell Memorial Foundation has been dedicated to developing helmet safety standards, along with testing, education, and research. Snell is a helmet safety certification leader around the world.
  • DOT Standard: The Department of Transportation has clearly established minimum performance requirements for all helmets designed to be used by motor vehicle users and motorcyclists.
What are some types of HJC helmets?

HJC helmets are specifically designed to be used with motorcycles. Due to their quality, they are also often used with ATV's, scooters, mopeds, or virtually any vehicle requiring head protection. HJC models include:

  • Full-face
  • Half-face
  • Modular flip-up
  • Open-face
  • Dual sport
Does HJC make youth helmets for both boys and girls?

HJC unisex youth motorcycle helmets are available with vibrant colors and exciting graphics that appeal to a younger audience. Since they are specifically designed for younger riders, you will not have to worry about taking a risk with an adult helmet that won't fit your child properly.

What are some benefits of wearing a motorcycle helmet?

First and foremost, a quality helmet is a safety item. In some states, wearing a helmet is a legal requirement for both the rider and passenger. Other benefits include:

  • Wind, rain, sun, bug, and snow protection when using a helmet with a visor
  • Protection from flying objects kicked up by passing vehicles
  • The risk of both concussion and facial injuries are reduced while using a full-face helmet.
  • Hearing is protected.
When should you replace your motorcycle helmet?

As a regular practice, a helmet should be replaced every three to five years or whenever it is recommended by the manufacturer. Since helmets are designed as single-use, they are meant to be replaced after a crash or a bad drop. There are other reasons why you might need a new helmet, such as:

  • Excessive sweating inside the helmet
  • Use of hair gels and grease that will damage the liner and degrade materials and glue
  • Damage to the foam lining caused by hanging the helmet on a hook or storing heavy objects inside when it is not in use
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