The new and improved Simpson SA2015 Air Inforcer Vudo helmet has superiror protection, features M6 terminal mounts for frontal head restraints and meets the new and more strict Snell SA2015 requirements. The Air Inforcer Vudo helmet design features a stylish top cap with a molded in hose adapter for better air flow and stregth. A recessed eye port offers 100% shield seal. This helmet is proudly Made in the USA and includes a helmet bag. Part of the new Snell SA2015 requirements is low velocity and low lateral tests. What does that mean for drivers? Low velocity tests ensure performance in low velocity crashes and low lateral tests focuses on the key area around the ear and temple.
- Snell SA2015 Rated
- Multi-use- drag, dirt track, off road racing
- Colors: White, Black, Flat Black, Pearl, Silver, Red, Blue and Orange
- Sizes: 7-1/8 through 7-3/4
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