Safety: the first and foremost target inspiring every single product by the Nolan Group. This concept is placed before all other considerations, be they aesthetic, technical and economic. An internal laboratory, recognised and certified by the Italian Ministry of Transport, ensures that regulatory compliance testing is carried out. The helmets are then sent to external laboratories for approval. Finally, line production can start. In addition, the internal laboratory oversees and guarantees all checks on materials, products and production processes, using destructive tests on random samples to ensure constant quality.


All models shown in this catalogue comply with the international standard UN/ECE 22-05. For specific needs, also the following additional homologations are available:

DOT FMVSS no. 218
United States of America
JIS T 8133:2007 and MFJ
KS G 7001
South Korea
NBR 7471
SNI 1811-2007
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The helmets comply with the international standard UN/ECE 22-05 as demonstrated by the homologation label affixed to the chinstrap:

“Flip-up”and “crossover” type helmets guarantee maximum protection with the chin guard closed, partial protection with the chin guard raised or removed. All Nolangroup products of both types have P/J homologation and, for the chin guard area, they pass the tests required by UN/ECE regulations for full-face helmets. With regards to “flip up” helmets, we are proud to highlight that all Nolangroup products (under the Nolan, X-lite or Grex brands) that have been tested by SHARP, the British Government’s renowned independent helmet safety scheme, have achieved a 100% “latch reliability” score. This means that, for each of our products that have been tested by SHARP, during their 30 linear impact tests (to six helmets of different sizes, at three different velocities and different impact points on the helmet) the chin guard remained fully closed. With regards to “crossover” type helmets, as well as the tests required by regulations in force, Nolangroup also checks the characteristics of the chin guard’s mechanical resistance through a series of additional endurance tests.

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