Impact 1320 Side Air SA2015 Racing Helmet
Pavement Late Model, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2015 Safety Rating, Restraint Compatible
- Helmet has a SNELL SA2015 certification
- Includes a Side Forced Air inlet with barbed adapter
- Shell construction features proprietary lightweight composites
- Comes with a fire-retardant chin strap with locking dual D-rings
- The interchangeable cheek pads added an extra layer of comfort and proper fit
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The new Impact 1320 side air SA2015 helmet is a custom hand-crafted fiberglass shell manufactured to Impact’s exacting standards without compromising safety or quality. The factory-installed port provides continuous fresh air and cooling comfort while minimizing fog and contaminates. The 1320 side air features Impact's exclusive wide eye port and includes interchangebale cheek pads.
- Snell SA2015 Certified
- Shell construction featuring proprietary lightweight composites
- Side Forced Air inlet with barbed adapter
- Gray Matter fire-retardant covered liner
- Fire-retardant chin strap with locking dual D-ring design
- .125" Clear Shield
- Colors: Flat Black, Silver
- Sizes: XS-XL
- Made in the USA
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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