OGK Kabuto AEROBLADE-5 TAMON is a helmet where the company collaborated with Tamon Megumi.
Tamon is a model, journalist, and MC for various events. Her contributions are reflected on the helmet’s design, color, and interior.
It’s a full-faced model specifically designed for touring, and its main features include a lightweight form and great aerodynamics.
As Tough and Durable as a Blade
The OGK Kabuto AEROBLADE-5 TAMON features advanced composite technologies for enhanced impact absorption and anti-penetration. The company utilized FEM into the helmet, and it also helps boost the strength of each section of the helmet.
There are safety levels present, and these have passed the JIS standards with improved lightness. It then reduces the load on a rider’s neck when worn.
It features a big air inlet that works by connecting the air routes in the shell. It continues suppressing fogging in the shield, enhancing its inner ventilation.
Other features include the micro ratchet buckle for easier adjustments, a detachable earcap, plus a tightly sealed shield. The shield comes with a center lock where the rider won’t experience unnecessary wind noise while driving.
Its lock comes with a biaxial form with a spring to crimp the shield. In addition, riders will find a newly-shaped edge rubber part, plus a sealed shield for enhanced quietness.