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HELMETS USA

The NEW STANDARD in SAFETY

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Not all safety standards are created equal. There are varying degrees of standards that helmets on the market can meet.  ​

Arro Helmets are designed to meet (and exceed) the highest standard of testing available, the Snell E2021. 

Additionally, an Arro helmet can be fit with a chin bar, the liner can be washed/replaced, and you can even snap a large visor to the front to give you a little more shade from the sun. Arro is truly the first of its kind, and I am excited to help make its American debut. 

- Jeanie Clarke

Helmet Features

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Breakaway Visors

Neck and nose injuries are more common when a helmet has a  fixed visor. All ARRO visors are designed to breakaway under pressure. This helps reduce the risk of the helmet moving in the event of a fall.  Snap on our wide visor for more protection from the sun and rain!

Shim-able Liners

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FidLock Buckle

ARRO Helmets are equipped with metal FidLock fasteners. This is a buckle used in many motorcycle helmets. Many first responders and paramedics recognize it and can remove it without moving the head and neck. The magnetized buckle makes for latching your helmet quick and easy!

Dual Density EPS

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Crush Resistance

The carbon fiber and kevlar shel of ARRO helmets provide outstanding crush resistance. 

Head Coverage

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