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Garage Sale - Bell SA-2010 Pro Series GT.5 Touring Helmet, White, Size 7-3/4
Garage Sale - Bell SA-2010 Pro Series GT.5 Touring Helmet, White, Size 7-3/4

Garage Sale - Bell SA-2010 Pro Series GT.5 Touring Helmet, White, Size 7-3/4

Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2015 & FIA8859 Safety Rating, X-Large Helmet Size, Flat Black

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Garage Sale - Bell SA-2010 Pro Series GT.5 Touring Helmet, White, Size 7-3/4
Garage Sale - Bell SA-2010 Pro Series GT.5 Touring Helmet, White, Size 7-3/4
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Helmet Type:
Full Face
Safety Rating:
Snell SA2015 & FIA8859
Helmet Shell Material:
Carbon Composite
Helmet Size:
X-Large
Hat Size:
7-5/8" - 7-3/4"
Head Circumference - Metric:
61-62
Age Group:
Adult
Color:
Flat Black
Fresh Air Equipped:
No
Tear Off Style:
N/A
MFG. Part #:
2030023
Sold in Quantity:
Each

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This helmet is garage sale priced because it has some scratches from being used on a display.

No Warranty, No Returns On Garage Sale Items

The Snell Rated SA2010/FIA8858 GT.5 Touring is designed primarily for closed car forms of racing and offers high-end features and performance at an affordable price. It's versatile design allows the GT.5 Touring to be used as either a large eyeport helmet with a standard shield or an open helmet with an adjustable sun peak that combines the feel of an open face with the protection of a full face model. Both shield and sun peak visor are included.

  • High-end features and performance at an affordable price
  • Aggressive upper chin bar vents for outstanding ventilation
  • Lightweight carbon composite shell
  • M6 terminal hardware for head and neck restraint device anchor systems
  • Pro-style interior for outstanding comfort
  • Face piece with recessed areas that allow for seamless radio integration
  • Available in White and Matte Black
  • Sizes 7-1/8 (57) to 7-3/4 (62)
  • Snell SA2010 certification
  • FIA8858 certification 

Bell Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)

Proper Fitting Guidelines (PDF)

Bell Helmet FAQ (PDF)

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Each
Color:
White
Helmet Size:
7 3/4
Tear Off Style:
N/A
MFG. Part #:
2030023
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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