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Charles Owen JR8 10.1 Helmet

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CHARLES OWEN JR8 10.1 HELMET
An attractive and economical helmet that meets or exceeds required safety standards, with sophistication and a sporty profile.

  • Meets SEI and ASTM safety standards
  • Unparalleled safety, sophistication and sporty profile all in one helmet
  • Most comprehensive protection while maintaining a classic design
  • Contour brim and exclusive micro fit technology for effortless adjustment
  • Four-panel ventilation system with CoolMax anti-microbial lining
  • JR8 shell features a slightly more oval, shallower design
  • JR8 is best suited for riders with an oval head shape
  • Features a removable, washable headband

Size Measurement (CM) Measurement (IN)
6 49 cm 19 5/16"
6 1/8 50 cm 19 11/16"
6 1/4 51 cm 20 1/8"
6 3/8 52 cm 20 1/2"
6 1/2 53 cm 20 7/8"
6 5/8 54 cm 21 1/4"
6 3/4 55 cm 21 5/8"
6 7/8 56 cm 22 1/8"
7 57 cm 22 1/2"
7 1/8 58 cm 22 7/8"
7 1/4 59 cm 23 1/4"
7 3/8 60 cm 23 5/8"

Charles Owen Helmets are sized according to metric measurements. We advise using centimeters when determining size. Inch conversion is included for reference only. If you have any questions about this product or a type of fit, please contact us at 1-800-365-1311 or service@sstack.com

How to Measure for a Helmet
How to Properly Size Your Helmet

Measure the circumference of your head by placing the measuring tape roughly one inch above the eyebrow. Different helmet manufacturers have different sizing, so consult the size chart for the particular helmet that you are purchasing. Also consider how you will wear your hair in your helmet. If you are planning on wearing your hair up inside the helmet, allow room for this when choosing a size. When you receive the helmet, place it on your head without fastening the harness. If applicable, adjust the dial on the back of the helmet. Make sure the brim is resting no more than one inch above your eyebrows. Gently try to move the brim up and down. If your eyebrows move, your helmet fits correctly from front to back. Next, shake your head side to side, to the left and to the right. The helmet should remain in place. If either of these tests result in movement, you will want to drop down a size. If the helmet seems to be "perched" on top of your head, you will want to consider moving up a size.

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