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HJC Lorenzo and Spies Replica Helmet Peek

Thursday, February 14, 2013
HJC America recently announced two new racer-replica helmets, the HJC RPHA 10-Lorenzo and the HJC RPHA 10-Spies III. Both models will be used in competition by Jorge Lorenzo and Ben Spies during the 2013 MotoGP season and the lids are set to hit markets in March, retailing for $549.99.

The HJC RPHA 10 has a long list of features, including Advanced PIM (Premium Integrated Matrix) construction, blending carbon fiber, aramid, fiberglass and other organic non-woven fabric to give riders a highly durable yet light lid. They come in sizes ranging from XS-XXL and are designed to minimize wind resistance, noise and provide superior ventilation. Six stages of variable air-flow are available as well, which can be adjusted while wearing riding gloves.

The RPHA 10 also comes with 3D Anti-Scratch Shield and Pinlock, Rapid Fire II Shield Replacement System and a Silver Cool Plus Interior. The Rapid Fire system allows riders to secure and remove the shield via ratchet mechanism, all without the need for tools. The Silver Cool interior has moisture wicking material, is soft and has an anti-bacterial treatment to ensure everything stays clean and fresh.

Breath Guard and Chin Curtains come standard with the RPHA 10 and the lid is Snell and DOT approved. To top it off, HJC also offers a five-year limited warranty.

The new HJC RHPA 10 racer-replica helmets are a perfect way to show some love to your favorite MotoGP racer.
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