Bell Sport EV SA2015 Racing Helmet
Hobby Stock, Legends, Modified, Pony Stock, Sport Compact, Sport Mod, Stock Car
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The new Sport EV SA2015 helmet is an extended vision helmet with an extra-large eye opening has been designed for the entry level racer who need value and quality at an affordable price. The all-purpose Sport EV incorporates classic Bell design styling, a wide range of features and is a perfect choice for racers who prefer a wide eye port or who wear glasses.
- Lightweight composite shell
- E-Max multi-density energy absorbing liner
- Huge eye port (4.5" opening largest in the Bell line)
- Forehead vents and rear facing venturi airflow vents allow air exchange while preventing dust from entering the eye port
- Black comfort-plus FR interior fabric for durable performance
- Comfortable standard interior fit
- 288 3 mm SRV Shield (SRV-1 Pivot System) Clear Shield
- Includes draw string helmet bag & hex wrench
- Colors: White or Flat Black
- Sizes: Small-XL
- Snell SA2015 Homologation
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