The Dual homologation P/J is very important in order to be able to use your flip-up helmet in complete safety: let’s find out about it.
The letters “P” and “J” indicate that you can legally wear your dual homologated modular helmet in either:· P (“protective”) full face
· or J (“jet”) open configuration while you are riding.
If a flip-up helmet is homologated only with P configuration, it means that it was designed to offer protection only with the chin guard down and so act as a full-face helmet. A flip-up helmet approved with both P/J instead can be used safely either with the chin guard open (J configuration) or closed (P configuration)
What is dual P/J homologation
In order to obtain the dual P/J approval, the helmets must meet and pass all the homologation tests required by UN/ECE regulations both with the chin-guard closed (P configuration) and open (J configuration).
Caberg has introduced the first flip-up helmet with P/J homologation in 2009, and all current flip-up helmets in the range are tested and approved for P/J dual use in order to ensure you to ride safely in both configurations according to your needs.
How to know if the helmet is P/J certified
It’s very easy to verify if your helmet is P/J approved! You can just check for the P/J mark on the ECE homologation type-approval label sewn on the chinstrap of your helmet.
Caberg flip-up models:
As already mentioned, all Caberg current flip-up helmets have been tested and approved with P/J homologation, actually as many as 6 different models to choose from:
· LEVO: for the most demanding riders.
· HORUS: perfect both for touring and urban commute.
· DROID: the flip-up with an aggressive design for those who do not want to go unnoticed.
· DUKE II: captivating design and innovative technical solutions.
· TOURMAX: for those with a dual-sport motorcycle.
· SINTESI: for those who have a XXL & XXXL size.
Discover the complete Caberg flip-up range:https://www.caberg.it/en/helmets/flip-up