Bell KC7 CMR2016 Youth Karting Racing Helmet
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The Bell KC7 CMR helmet is an ultra-lightweight youth karting helmet based on the HP7 design platform. The sleek, aerodynamic design features an advanced ventilation system with 14 intake and extraction channels that can be used with or without air intake covers to maximize cooling. The RS7 double screen anti fog (DSAF) visor and rubber gasket seal ensures water will not enter the eye opening in rain conditions. The KC7 is certified to the FIA/Snell CMH standard designed for karting drivers under the age of 18 years of age.
- Extremely light weightCarbon composite shell
- Innovative shell and shield design to improved acoustic comfort, aerodynamic performance and energy absorbing capacities
- Hollow synthetic rubber gasket seal ensuring that air, water and dust cant penetrate into the helmet
- Multi-piece, multi-density high-impact custom bead absorbing liner for low and high velocity impact protection
- Comfort-plus karting style interior with removable / replaceable cheek pads
- SE07 2MM DSAF Shield (SV SE07 Pivot System) Clear Shield
- Includes draw string helmet bag & hex wrench
- Colors: White, Grey
- Sizes: 6-1/2 through 7-3/8
- FIA/Snell CMR2016 Homologation
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