Now available for pre-order from Charles Owen stockists.
New for 2020, the AyrBrush Reflection blends the latest technology with a sophisticated exclusive design that pairs gloss and matt finishes with the option of crystal piping, or pinstripe in chrome or rose gold.
- Exclusive Charles Owen gloss paint finish
- Front and rear ventilation
- Innovative leather-look (vegan) flexible peak
- Soft GRpx® technology harness
- Anti-microbial lining infused with silver ions
- Washable luxury cushioned headband
- Highest grade EPS (Expanded Polystyrene)
- Glass fibre reinforced shell
- Meets multiple safety standards
- Choice of colours
- Available with crystals or pinstripe
6 5/8 – 7 1/2 (54 – 61cm)
Round Fit sizes:
6 7/8 – 7 1/4 (56 – 59cm)
6 3/4 and below is VAT exempt in the UK.
Available to order from any Charles Owen stockist.
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Every AyrBrush Reflection is made and finished by hand in Great Britain by our highly skilled technicians.
Designed for the modern competitive rider, the AyrBrush Reflection combines low-profile aerodynamics with the exclusive pairing of gloss and matt finishes.
A technically superior fit for both oval and round head shapes with a GRpx® harness to ensure stability and provide greater safety to the rider.
Ten ventilation slots at the front and back of the helmet, paired with the removable and washable headband, offer breathability and freshness to each ride.
Available without crystals in pinstripe.
- VG1 01-040 2014-12
- ASTM F1163-15
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How to measure your head
Watch the video for a demonstration of how to properly measure and fit your helmet.
You’ll need a soft fabric measuring tape marked in centimetres (cm).
Wrap the tape around the widest part of your head: about one inch above your eyebrows, just above the ear line and around the bump at the back of your head.
Once you have your measurement in centimetres, click here for the size chart to convert it to our standard helmet size.
If possible, we recommend having a professional fitting with your local retailer.
Caring for your riding hat
You should replace your riding helmet every 3 years and after any impact, even if there is no visible damage.
Please refer to our helmet user guide.
Design & technology
For over 100 years, our philosophy has been to design great looking helmets that provide the very best level of safety and comfort.
The Charles Owen design team are continuously innovating and integrating cutting-edge research and technology within our products.
I trust Charles Owen to take care of me with safety and style.
Charlotte Dujardin CBE