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Big Savings on HJC Helmets! Use this Rare Opportunity to Get One at a Reduced Price!



HJC produces helmets exclusively since 1971. Using its enormous experience in manufacturing this type of riding gear as well as implementing innovative ideas, modern materials, and up-to-date technology, the company excels in its niche earning the title of the most popular helmet brand in North America (according to Motorcycle Industry Magazine). HJC holds this title for 25 years now.

HJC Helmets rarely go on sale, so you’d better use this opportunity to save your hard-earned money on buying high-quality, durable, and reliable helmet by HJC. The offer stands until December 31. Prices at MOTORCYCLEiD.com are already reduced.



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I might have to check this out. I have an HJC head!

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I might have to check this out. I have an HJC head!
Ditto!!!

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Russ, you would look sooooooo Kooooool in the pink one!!
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I swapped over to HJC helmets many moons ago, sometimes alternating w/Scorpions, as they tended to fit me better. HJC got me off Shoei's after their prices skyrocketed.

My last HJC CL17 fit me terribly, w/signficant pressure points on my forehead. Gave me a ringing headache, no kidding. And yes, same size I'd been buying for years but this helmet, oy vey, was it bad. Too bad too cuz it was a gift from my kids and I felt badly selling it.

I don't know what HJC changed internally but I am averse to trying one again. That's too bad cuz I liked HJC. Great helmet for the $$.
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My last HJC CL17 fit me terribly, w/signficant pressure points on my forehead. Gave me a ringing headache, no kidding. And yes, same size I'd been buying for years but this helmet, oy vey, was it bad. Too bad too cuz it was a gift from my kids and I felt badly selling it.
Same here but over 10 years ago. Loved an HJC AC-X1 (off-road) helmet. Replaced with an AC-X3 in same size, pressed on forehead. Bought an AC-10 street helmet which did same. Shaved a bunch of foam out of inside trying to make fit but gave up, bought Shoei RF-1100 that I still wear today. Had an ugly Fly helmet for off-road that fit until replaced with a Thor that I only regret not buying more than one on closeout, simple tasteful graphics, fits, and light.

Currently have a Schuberth E1 in 3XL that once again I’m working on reducing the pressure on forehead. Has a thin foam on inside of liner. Fits too loose without liner so I’m working on thinning the liner.

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Here is the HJC Helmet sizing chart: https://www.motorcycleid.com/hjc-hel...fo/sizing.html
Notice that there are different charts for different helmet helmet series.
Hope it will help you find the right fit.

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Measurements don't work for me. By all accounts, I should be in a Large but I've never worn anything smaller than a 2XL, and now a 3XL. Anything smaller is too tight/uncomfortable.
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I swapped over to HJC helmets many moons ago, sometimes alternating w/Scorpions, as they tended to fit me better. HJC got me off Shoei's after their prices skyrocketed.

My last HJC CL17 fit me terribly, w/signficant pressure points on my forehead. Gave me a ringing headache, no kidding. And yes, same size I'd been buying for years but this helmet, oy vey, was it bad. Too bad too cuz it was a gift from my kids and I felt badly selling it.

I don't know what HJC changed internally but I am averse to trying one again. That's too bad cuz I liked HJC. Great helmet for the $$.
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Interesting - my HJC ISMaxII modular does the same thing - pushes on my forehead so hard it creates a headache. Older HJC never did that to me.
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Interesting - my HJC ISMaxII modular does the same thing - pushes on my forehead so hard it creates a headache. Older HJC never did that to me.
It seems to be the common issue. I will surely notify the manufacturer.

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