Arai’s Quantic Is The First Moto Helmet To Ever Achieve An ECE 22.06 Certification

With an almost century-long tradition of producing ultra-premium helmets to ultra-exacting standards, Arai is unequivocally one of the most respected helmet manufacturers on earth. And despite already boasting a long list of industry advancements, awards, and other accolades, the Japanese brand has now added another feather to its cap (or lid, if you will), with the debut of the all-new Arai Quantic helmet.

Designed specifically for sport-touring applications, this helmet starts with a new multi-density single-piece EPS liner and a handmade shell with a new and improved airflow system with half-a-dozen intake ports and an equal number of exhausts, and a completely redesigned spoiler piece that bolsters aerodynamic performance and increases stability at higher speeds. Boasting a 5mm flare at its base, the Quantic comes outfitted with Arai’s Facial Contour System and neck roll wire pocket, a Pinlock insert-equipped VAS MAX Vision visor as standard, and a removable premium brushed nylon interior with an Emergency Release System. Undoubtedly, the most noteworthy aspect of this brain bucket is that it is the first-ever motorcycle helmet to pass the insanely rigorous new ECE 22.06 safety standard. Available now in select markets, the Arai Quantic Sport Touring Helmet starts at approximately $697 (or £500) for the solid color versions.

Purchase: $697+