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Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector
Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector

Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector

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Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector
Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector
Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector
Bell 2110001 Helmet Breath Deflector
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Bell makes a breath deflector designed to redirect the driver's breath away from the face shield to reduce fogging.  The Breath Deflector installs in the top of the chin bar and covers the nose.  The breath deflector is compatible with most full face helmets but is not compatible with the Vador, Sport or Sport EV.

Inserts in many popular BELL helmets. Redirects air flow inside the helmet to reduce shield "fogging".


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  • GTX 2
  • Vortex GT
  • GP 2
  • GP 2 CMR
  • BR 1
  • M4
  • K1 Sport

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