Simpson JR Speedway Shark Helmet
Karting, Quarter Midget, Full Face Helmet Type, SFI 24.1 Safety Rating, Medium Helmet Size
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The Jr. Speedway Shark supports the next generation of racers with the same great features and safety requirements you have come to expect from the Shark family of helmets.
Available Colors: White, Black, Matte Black, Red, Yellow, Safety Orange, Silver, Metallic Blue & Metallic Pearl White.
Available Sizes : Youth M, Youth L
- SFI 24.1 approved
- Lightweight aerodynamic outer shell with SAT features T-38
- Built-in BLD (Boundary Layer Design)
- Gill vents for additional cooling
- Exclusive impact absorbing one-piece EPS liner
- Adjustable tear-off posts
- Made in the USA
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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