Bell Sport SA10 Racing Helmet
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The Snell SA2010 rated Sport helmet is designed for the sportsman or entry level racer who demands value and quality at an affordable price. The Sport racing helmet takes a 281 SRV Shield and each helmet comes with a clear shield and Bell visor strip as standard equipment. Available in White, Gloss Black, Orange (non-vented for boat racing), Patriot or Rebel design and new Edge design.
- All Purpose Helmet
- Lightweight Composite Shell Technology
- Classic Bell Styling
- Superior Chin Bar, Forehead & Top Ventilation
- White, Gloss Black and Orange
- New Rebel and Patriot Design
- Orange Color Non-Vented For Boat Racing
- 281/3MM SRV Shield (SRV-2 Pivot System)
- E-Max Multi Density Liner
- Comfortable Standard Interior
- Pre-Drilled for Head & Neck Restraint Device
- Snell SA2010 Certification
- Tearoff posts included
Bell Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)
Item DetailsEntry level helmet providing value and quality at an affordable price.
NotesRacers can customize the fit of the Sport by using Bell's Cheek Pad Inserts in 5mm, 10mm, 15mm and 20mm sizes to tighten the fit in the cheek area. The Sport is pre-drilled for use with head and neck restraint devices. The Sport helmet offers full face protection and a standard size eyeport. All Sport Series helmets feature classic Bell design styling, comfortable interior and a lightweight composite shell.
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