Bell Sport Mag 1 Rally SA2015 Racing Helmet
Open Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2015 & FIA8859 Safety Rating, Is Restraint Compatible, White
Based on Bells classic open facing styling, the new Sport Mag 1 Rally SA2015 helmet is designed for the demanding requirements of rally racing. The Sport Mag Rally features a lightweight composite shell, superior comfort and fit, removable cheek pads and a high quality intercom system with boom microphone and ultra-thin speakers. The Sport Mag Rally offers exceptional value at an affordable price.
- Fully compatible peltor?« intercom system
- Adjustable boom for perfect positioning of noise cancelling microphone
- Ultra-thin integrated speakers (no ear cups)
- Lightweight composite shell
- E-max multi-density energy absorbing liner
- Open face styling
- Black comfort-plus FR interior fabric for durable performance
- Comfortable standard interior fit with hook and loop cheek pads
- M6 terminal hardware for head and neck restraint devices
- Includes draw string helmet bag, visor peak & hex wrench
- Color: white
- Sizes Small-XL
- Snell SA215 Homologation
- FIA 8859-2015 Homologation
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