For over 100 years, Charles Owen has been committed to rider safety and saving lives.
Charles Owen has the largest range of horse riding helmets independently certified to up to four international equestrian safety standards, offering a wider range of protection in a horse riding accident.
Our design engineers currently represent Great Britain on the European Standards of Safety and are leading members of ASTM International, the major equestrian safety standards body in the United States.
Charles Owen has held a Royal Warrant since 1983, awarded by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as a protective headgear supplier to the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace.
A favourite for riders thanks to unrivalled safety, style and removable headband.
Pro II Plus
Only triple-standard, precision-fitting cross-country skull cap with removable headband.
My PS with MIPS
The stylish My PS incorporates MIPS technology.
The sporty AyrBrush features mark-resistant paint.
We have a wide range of Charles Owen riding helmets to suit all riders.
A Family History
For over 100 years, Charles Owen has been guided by the mission of manufacturing products for a safer world.
Now under the direction of Charles Owen’s great-grandson, the mission has remained the same while extending its reach to all parts of the globe and into a variety of equestrian disciplines.
Equestrian safety products can only protect riders if they work in real life situations. All Charles Owen helmets are tested and worn by top riders to ensure the products suit the job of riding horses.
To see how our products work in everyday riding as well as in competition, please click below to visit our video site.
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Making a real difference in others’ lives is what drives me, like it did my father and grandfather. The values my grandfather, Charles Owen, held are well established in my DNA. The challenges that made the company flourish in his time are still very much here today: Fit, Function and Fashion. Staying true to one’s traditional values has been the secret of the company’s longevity, along with a bit hard work.
Prof. Roy Burek