Arai has new graphics for its Vector-2 and RX-Q
The new hot-rod design on the RX-Q Flame helmet comes from the famous helmet-graphics designer Aldo Drudi. Key features of the RX-Q include Arai’s Facial Contour System (FCS) cheekpads that provide stability and comfort for all-day riding, a Dry-Cool liner for moisture-wicking and heat management, and peel-away temple and cheekpad layers for a personalized fit.
The race-inspired style of the Vector-2 Contest features subtle checkered flags on the front and sides, and bold racing stripes from front to back. It comes in silver or red. The Vector has a wide eyeport, updated chin vent design and a fully removable liner.
As with all Arai helmets, each helmet is handcrafted by skilled artisans and then sent through two independent quality-control departments. Arai helmets also feature the foundational R75 shape, providing a rounder, smoother and stronger shell that Arai explains can better divert impact energy by sliding, not catching, on uneven surfaces.
You can find out more about Arai’s R75 shape in this video: