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G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small
G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small

G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small

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G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small
G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small
G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small
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G-Force GF3 SA2015 Racing Helmet, White, X-Small
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Helmet Type:
Full Face
Safety Rating:
Snell SA2015
Helmet Shell Material:
Fiber Composite
Restraint Compatible:
Yes
Age Group:
Adult
Fresh Air Equipped:
No
Shield Included:
Yes
Helmet Shield Color:
Clear
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This is Garage Sale priced because it is an open box item.

A sleek new design from G-FORCE Racing Gear, the GF3 Full Face has provided a new benchmark in quality, functionality and style. From the outside in you will notice the difference. The outer contact shell is made from a low density, Z38 lightweight composite blend. The shell is then coated with deep, rich white or black gloss, or matte black paint and finished with a protective clear coat outer layer. The rear of the helmet is accented with double ridge lines that add both style and strength to the GF3 Full Face’s shell.

 

Reinforced mounting points for Helmet Restraint Systems are built into the shell during production for added durability. The G-FLOW Ventilation System siphons air into the chin bar ports, around the heated interior and siphons out the top and rear vents to aid in cooling. An optically correct, .125? thick, ProFit Shield encloses the extra wide eye port opening and secures to the rubberized, eye port gasket to keep dust and dirt out. The ProFit Shield is held in place by two aircraft aluminum, wide-head bolts for easy change-out and removal. The thumb indention makes lifting the shield, even with gloves, simple and clean. The pivot kit contains 5 shield ratchet positions so that the driver can adjust to their liking. The front of the helmet is completed with a smooth-slope, auto racing chin bar which is different than a motorcycle, sharp-nosed design.

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Lightweight Composite Shell
Flame Retardant Liner
G-FLOW Ventilation System
Built-in Helmet Restraint Hardware

 

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  • This product is discontinued.
  • Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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  • Learn about choosing a race helmet and head safety considerations from sprint car driver McKenna Haase. Safety tips include correct helmet sizing and care.
  • No one wants an uncomfortable helmet, especially during an important race! Check out Speedway's measuring guide on how to properly fit a helmet to ensure you get the right size the first time.
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  • Sorting out which tearoff to get for your helmet shield can be a challenge. Use the guide from Speedway Motors to select the right style for your needs!
  • A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.

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