We offer helmet headset installation as an option for our motorcycle helmets. We sell motorcycle helmets and helmet headsets seperatly as well as a finished product with the headset installed by our factory trained tech's.
J&M’s High Performance Integrated Headsets
Arai helmets have the well deserved reputation for being THE finest motorcycle helmets built anywhere in the world.
Company president, Mitchio "Mitch" Arai, and his crew handcraft these fine helmets in Saitama, Japan. They are the most comfortable helmets we have ever worn and their fit, finish and attention to detail is unsurpassed in the industry.
The Classic/c is of the 5-snap design with snap on sun visor included.
The Classic SZ/c has an optically correct integrated flip shield for superior wind protection.
The new Profile replaces the Signet and is probably the finest full coverage style helmet available today.
Meeting both Snell and DOT safety standards, they are available with J&M's new high performance, integrated helmet headset, custom installed at our facility.
J&M’s Integrated Headset -
J&M's integrated headset features the miniature AeroMike® III boom microphone, a new large diameter fidelity-enhanced DynaPort® helmet speakers, along with an 8-pin hook-up cord system that allows connection of this headset to any factory installed motorcycle audio system in existence today, just by interchanging the lower-section hook-up cord.
These are the best performing helmet/headset combinations we’ve ever offered.
It does not get any better than this.
Arai's quality is so singularly advanced that it reaches the world's highest level of racing, a place so technical, so demanding, that most other helmet makers can't even imagine it, let alone compete in it. The world of Formula One auto racing.
(In fact, Arai not only competes, but is chosen by more than half of the F-1 grid! Including the new 2006 world champion and three of the top-five drivers.)
J&M's integrated headsets feature our miniature AeroMike® III boom microphone (STD or HO AeroMike for superior performance on the Harley® and Victory® Vision audio systems), new 55mm enhanced fidelity DynaPort® helmet speakers (wide fidelity 55mm speakers for Profile) along with our “Z” series 8-pin two-piece hook-up cord system that allows connection of this headset to any factory installed motorcycle audio system in existence today, just by interchanging the lower section hook-up cord.
These are the best performing helmet/headset combinations they have ever offered.How to Fit Your Aria Helmet
How well your helmet fits your head is one of the most important factors in the ability of the helmet to protect your head in the event of an accident.
We want to insure that you receive a helmet that fits properly and if it does not, to make sure that it is promptly exchanged for a size that does. Please measure the circumference of your head just above your eyebrows and choose the correct size from the size chart below.
If your head measures
You will need size
20 1/4" – 20 7/8"
X-Small (6 1/2 – 6 5/8)
21" – 21 5/8"
Small (6 3/4 – 6 7/8)
21 3/4" – 22 3/8"
Medium (7 – 7 1/8)
22 1/2" – 23 1/8"
Large (7 1/4 – 7 3/8)
23 1/4" – 24"
X-Large (7 1/2 – 7 5/8)
24 1/8" – 24 7/8"
XX-Large (7 3/4 – 7 7/8)
25" – 25 5/8"
XXX-Large (8 – 8 1/8)
More on Arai
WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif.: 2 June 2008 — Arai ranks highest in satisfying motorcycle helmet owners for a tenth consecutive year, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2008 Motorcycle Helmet Satisfaction Study SM released today.
The study measures the overall satisfaction of motorcyclists with their new helmet by examining 11 key areas: quietness; ventilation/air flow; de-fogging; face shield ability to keep wind out; face shield ability to resist scratching; ease of replacing face shield; scratch resistance of shell; color/graphic design; weight; ease of fastening the strap; and comfort/fit.
Arai, with an overall index score of 819 on a 1,000-point scale, performs particularly well in comfort/fit and face shield's ability to keep the wind out.
The study finds that overall satisfaction with motorcycle helmets has increased to an average of 761 in 2008—up 26 index points from 735 in 2007.
All 11 measures of satisfaction improve in 2008 and are at their highest levels since the study's inception in 1999. Comfort/fit, ventilation/air flow and color/graphic design are the top three measures that most impact overall satisfaction.The 2008 Motorcycle Helmet Satisfaction Study is based on responses from 5,386 purchasers of new 2007 model year motorcycles who provided information about their most recent helmet purchase experience and helmet use. The study was fielded in September and October 2007.
"Innovation in pursuit of a better riding experience" might sound like the mantra of every helmet maker. The reality is, it's not.
Because if making you feel safer and more comfortable in a better-fitting helmet for hours and hours at a time, day after day, was the goal of every company, why is Arai alone responsible for such comfort and fit advances as different interior shapes to fit different head shapes, removable/replaceable Cheekpads and Comfort liners to give you a more custom fit, and our latest, the Emergency Cheekpad Release System to aid injured riders?
In Arai's world, innovations don't come from a marketing department.
They come from a decades-long history of caring about one thing: riders.
Arai's single-minded obsession with the comfort and safety of riders comes from our roots.
Arai alone is a family-owned helmet company started over 60 years ago by an artisan: a custom hat maker who rode motorcycles back in the 1930s. (Talk about a match made in heaven.) And the company Hirotaké Arai founded is still his family's company three generations later. Still singularly committed to that same goal.
So when you hold an Arai helmet in your hands, wear it and feel its unparalleled comfort, you know not only where it came from, but who it came from. And why. Compare this against the cold reality of an industry of big, impersonal publicly-held helmet corporations whose primary mission, by definition, is stockholder profit, not excellence at any cost.