Airoh TRR Convert Blue Gloss
Trr S is a fibre composite helmet designed to offer the maximum comfort to both trials riders and on-road riders.
Through its light weight, wearability, a superior ventilation system, and two shell sizes, Trr S has long become the preferred helmet for pro riders and enthusiasts alike.
Among its conveniences are its light weight and an excellent ventilation system, which can be fully customised by using removable vent covers to be placed on the top part of the helmet (included in the package), to achieve maximum comfort even on wet days.
Its lining – made with quality workmanship – is fully removable and washable for excellent wearability. A modern look and aggressive graphics complete the picture of this helmet that stands out for its unique style and personality.
|MATERIAL||WEIGHT||SHELL||VENTILATION||INNER LINING||RETENTION SYSTEM||AVAILABLE ACCESSORIES|
(-included in the box)
|AVAILABLE SIZE (cm)|
(High performance composite)
|From 850 g
(+- 50 g)
|Removable and washable inner lining
|Clear covers||XS 53-54
All Airoh "EverGreen","ROCK" and "TRR" Trials Helmets are legal, acceptable, and valid for all club, state and National Motorcycle Trials competition use within Australia.
- All Airoh helmets comply with UNECE22.05 Standard and are marked accordingly.
- Under the newly revised Australian Helmet laws these helmets are now Road Legal.
It's important to get the correct fit with any helmet, and especially one you will be wearing for many hours a day, and hopefully owning for a long time.
Measure the distance around the widest part of your head with a fabric tape measure, or piece of string.
This measurement is usually just above your eyebrows (1/4 of the way up you forehead approx), and above your ears.
Make note of this measurement in centimetres - this is your helmet size.
Use the table below to find your size as donated by the helmet manufacturers. – for example, if the measurement around your head is 58cm, you should select a medium size helmet.
Your helmet lining will compress slightly with wear, so remember when you try it on that is the 'tightest" it will ever be. You are aiming for a fit that is snug, but comfortable. You don't want the helmet to "flop" around on your head (especially when new).
If you quickly snap you head forward and backwards the helmet should not move on your head. Nothing worse than seeing only the inside of the visor when you are just about to splat a 6ft wall!
Take time to get your head measurement correct, so you get the right helmet first time. If for any reason you don't like the fit we are always happy to swap it for a different size, brand, colour etc etc.