2011 Vemar Jiano EVO TC Chimaera Helmet Unveiled
The new high-tech flip-up is made from composite fibers rather than polycarbonate and will reportedly arrive with all the latest technology in modular motorcycle helmets.
Some highlights of the Vemar Jiano Evo TC include an all new shell shape with a highly efficient venting system, Kevlar-carbon fiber-fiberglass construction, as well as an inner flip down tinted visor.
The helmet incorporates the Vemar signature squared-off rear shape and will also introduce an unique feature, namely an accessory cheek pad with a self-contained battery pack and LED lights. The cheek pad comprising 4 bright LEDs can be
The modular helmet will be available in the United States in spring 2011. According to Vemar, the standard version will retail for $375, and a Bluetooth-equipped version for $595.
Vemar has a complete range of helmets from extra-light units with shell in carbon only to ECE 22-05 certified helmets for children, from the VSR racing helmet to the Interactive Line helmets (using Bluetooth technology), from the VRX4 cross helmet to helmets with chromium plated painting.
“A modern completely equipped laboratory for testing their helmets complying with the strictest world standards, two hydrojet robots to cut the fibre shells, four automatic spraying plants with u.v. ray drying process, is just some of the equipment making Vemar Helmets the leading fibre helmet producer in Europe,” Vemar brags.