Item Code: IconAirframeStatistic Brand: Icon Model: Airframe Color: Black
All world standard, meets or exceeds the following: DOT FMVSS 218(US), ECE 22-05(EUROPE), SAI AS1698(AUSTRALIA) & SG(JAPAN) safety and testing standards. Does not ship with SAI or SG certification stickers unless purchased in that country
Special ‘Construct' Finish Fiberglass/Dyneema/Carbon fiber shell
Helmet Sizing Information. To achieve proper helmet fitment, begin by finding your head circumference size using the method described below. Remember that the helmet sizing you choose should fit around the crown of your head comfortably with no pressure points. The cheekpads should fit firmly around your face. Once your chin strap is fastened, grab the chin bar of the helmet and move it side to side. Your cheeks should move with the helmet, which should not slide across your face. Different thickness cheekpads can be purchased to obtain the perfect fit.
Head Measurement Instructions. Wrap a flexible tape measure around your head approximately one inch above eyebrows and ears. Use this measurement (in either inches or centimeters) to find your helmet size in the chart below.
The Airmada helmet is Icon’s top level traditional style full face helmet. It meets the safety standards in all four of the world’s largest motorcycle apparel markets. It has a fiberglass, Dyneema, and carbon fiber shell, a moisture wicking Hydradry liner, and a dual density EPS liner for added protection. To see the features of this helmet in greater detail, check out the closer look video for the Airmada helmet.
This statistic graphic is a bold statement for Icon. See, Icon only offers full face helmets, despite how well a retro styled three quarter would sell in cooperation with the Icon 1000 lineup. This statistic graphic explains Icon’s reasoning. In 1981, the Hurt Report was published. This report gave the first thorough, honest insight into motorcycle crashes. The graphic you see here on this Icon Airframe, was sighted in that report. This graphic shows the percentages of impacts sustained in different areas of the helmet as they were recorded by Dietmar Otte. Notice the high numbers in the chinbar area. Almost 35% of impacts are sustained to this area of the helmet, an area that only exists on a full face. If you look on top of the helmet, you can see what a half helmet has to offer. It’s not at all impressive. The Statistic graphic is done in the construct method, so you can see the construction and reinforcement of the shell. Let’s get a closer look at this Statistic Graphic.