HJC, RPHA 1 TOXIN MARVEL
HJC, a leading helmet manufacturer, is thrilled to announce the release of its latest Marvel-inspired helmet graphic - Toxin. Designed for motorcycle riders who appreciate the unique anti-hero character from the Marvel Comics universe, Toxin is set to captivate with its bold design and cutting-edge features.
Drawing inspiration from the infamous symbiote offspring of Carnage, Toxin is brought to life on HJC's premium RPHA 1 racing motorcycle helmet in a graphic that embodies the character's distinct appearance and personality. Featuring an eye-catching two-tone color scheme with a semi-flat base, Toxin exudes an aggressive and dynamic look that is sure to turn heads on the road.
The standout feature of the Toxin graphic is its piercing yellow eyes at the forefront, which add a sense of intensity and power to the helmet's design. The electric green and bright red colors create a striking contrast, giving Toxin a visually stunning appearance that is both eye-catching and unique.
What sets the Toxin motorcycle helmet graphic apart is its asymmetrical eye design, which adds a level of character and individuality to the helmet's overall look. This distinctive feature showcases HJC's commitment to pushing the boundaries of helmet graphics, creating a design that is as bold and daring as the character it is inspired by.
The RPHA 1 was originally developed by HJC for the racetrack and is now a solid option for a sport full-face helmet. It has an FIM safety homologation and is the very same model used by HJC’s world-class athletes in both MotoGP and WorldSBK. Its shell utilizes a Premium Integrated Matrix Plus (PIM+), which is a composite of carbon
fiber, aramid, fiberglass, and organic non-woven fabric.
As with all HJC helmets, the Toxin graphic prioritizes comfort, safety, and style. It is crafted with the utmost attention to detail and quality, using premium materials and innovative technology to ensure an optimal riding experience.
The RPHA 1 Toxin graphic will be available on the market later this year.