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Impact 13599 Drag Champ Helmet, Silver, Small
Impact 13599 Drag Champ Helmet SA10

Impact 13599 Drag Champ Helmet, Silver, Small

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Impact 13599 Drag Champ Helmet SA10
Impact 13599 Drag Champ Helmet, Silver, Small
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This is garage sale priced because it is a SA10.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items 

 The Face Shield may be Clear, Smoke, or Amber

 

The Impact Drag Champ helmet is designed with the specific needs of the drag racer in mind and is the helmet of choice for top drivers such as Tony Schumacher and Johnny Gray.  With its aggressive and unique drag racing inspired chin bar, this design feature acts as a built-in breath deflector minimizing fumes and reducing fog while the integrated air intake port makes this helmet ready for on-board bottled air systems.  A built-in SFI 3.3/10 SFI rated Nomex® skirt keeps the fresh air contained in the helmet and adds valuable seconds of thermal protection while the braided Kevlar® eye port gasket provides an excellent fire retardant seal around the shield.  The Impact Drag Champ also features a built-in D-ring at the chin to keep the head restrained during launch.  Manufactured from Impact’s exclusive “Intelligent Gray Matter” (a variable-density, single-piece inner liner) and upholstered in fire retardant soft-knit Nomex®, the interior features interchangeable cheek pads for a customized fit.  The Impact Drag Champ also offers a variety of anti-fog, tinted, and Hi-Def Amber shields with excellent visual acuity for the most accurate read of the tree.

 

Features
  • SNELL 2010 CERTIFIED
  • Shell construction of our aerospace industry based composites.
  • Built-in headsock/helmet skirt.
  • Pre-plumbed on the left side for quick attachment of bottle air systems.
  • Kevlar® eyeport gasket.
  • Gray Matter fire-retardant covered liner made of Impact's "intelligent" single piece variable-density core.
  • Interchangeable cheekpads for a perfect fit (comes with std cheekpads, other sizes are extra).
  • Fire-retardant Kevlar® chinstrap with locking dual D-ring design.
Some parts are not legal for use in California or other states with similar laws/regulations

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