Grasse helmet by Marko Helmets
With its unique shape, elegant shell, sleek design and technical features, the Grasse half-jet helmet has a vintage look that's perfect for use on a motorbike or as a scooter helmet. The Grasse motorbike helmet is directly inspired by helicopter pilot helmets.
Dedicated to urban bikers and scooterists who care about style and design, the Grasse retains the natural balance of the head. Thanks to its specific shape and the materials of which it is made, its size and weight are minimised, providing optimum protection. These features enable drivers to maintain an exceptional level of comfort. The half-jet helmet is ideal for fans of vintage motorbikes, custom motorbikes and scooters.
It's a safe motorbike helmet with a café racer, bobber and scrambler spirit.
Sizes : XS to XL.
Weight : 1000 g ( +/- 50g )
Certification : ecer22-06
- Supplied with a carry bag and reflective stickers.
- Polycarbonate shell
- Removable and washable textile lining.
- Micrometric closure.
- Wide field of vision.
- Adjustable internal sun shield to suit all body shapes.
Compatible with Markom intercom
- Type d'équipement
- Casque moto jet
- Livré avec housse
- Type de coque
- Produit homologué selon les normes CE
- Attache jugulaire
- Micrométrique (attache rapide)
- Ecran solaire
- Intérieur démontable et lavable
- Porteur de lunettes
- XS au XL
- 1000 gr (+/- 50gr)
Know your helmet size
Marko Helmets Here are some tips that will allow you to properly appreciate the morphology of your head, in order to correctly choose your Marko helmet. Whatever safety gear you buy to ride a two-wheeler should be taken seriously and deserves professional advice. This is why we are at your disposal by phone or online chat to advise you and offer you the Marko Helmets helmet that best suits your body type.
My Marko Helmets helmet size?
To find your helmet size, you must have a tape measure. If you don't have one, take a piece of string and a ruler to report the length you find. Place the tape measure or string about 2.5 cm above your eyebrows, where your skull is widest.
Once you have found your height in centimeters, please refer to the table above. It sometimes happens that we are between two sizes, in this case we advise you to choose the smaller size. It is better to have a slightly too small helmet with a little discomfort (time for the foam to settle), than to have a large and therefore dangerous helmet.