Airoh Twist – a thermoplastic offroad helmet with adjustable peak
Italian helmet manufacturer, Airoh, has just announced the launch of their Twist offroad helmet. It’s designed to be a light weight thermoplastic helmet at a low price point – a tad over £100 at launch. It should have all the usual features you’d expect of a motocross helmet – including removable and washable lining and double-d ring chin strap. Nice extra features are the adjustable peak, a wider than average aperture designed to fit a wide range of goggles, and a removable dust filter to help keep ventilation to an optimum during off road riding.
It’s currently available in a range of ten colour schemes and designs.
Looking to buy this Airoh?
You can find it at Amazon UK, or we recommend Motoin (Germany) for quality service and decent prices (even with the current £-€ exchange rate). Please see here for more info about our recommended stores or click the links to go straight to their Airoh helmet pages where you'll find the latest designs and deals.
While the Twist does look funky and is genuinely light at just under 1.2Kg, Airoh’s that have been SHARP tested to date have scored an average of just over 3/5 stars, so we’re not sure if the Twist is going to fair any better (though granted it’s been quite a while since any Airoh was last tested).
- 1.2Kg (light weight)
- Thermoplastic shelled
- Adjustable peak
- Removable and washable liner/filter
- Sizes XS – XXL
- Expect to pay around £110ish
Here’s Airoh’s release video for the Twist.
Best place to buy this Airoh crash helmet?
You can find it on both Amazon and our recommended store below. Note: if you buy from either place, we get a small sum from the sale at no extra cost to you - a massive THANKS! (it's how we finance the site). Click here for more info on our recommended retailers.
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