Simpson SA2020 Bandit Carbon Helmet
Oval Track Cars, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2020 & FIA8859 Safety Rating, Adult Age Group
Classic Bandit flagship design, improved aerodynamics through design innovation.
- Your helmet ships with one clear shield installed
- FIA 8859-2015 approved and Snell SA2020 certified (size XX-Large is not FIA approved)
- 1/3 lb. lighter than composite Bandit helmet
- Frontal head restraint ready
- Radio communications available
- Available in top or side air options for an additional $150.00 (call 1-800-654-7223 to order)
- Includes helmet bag
- Recommended for multi-use - Circle Track, Dirt Track, Off-Road and Road Racing
- Size Available: XS-XXL
Snell SA2015 vs 2020 …what’s changed? The Snell SA2020 testing requirements have changed a small amount and have now become more in line with the FIA 8859 Helmet Standard.
- Increased velocity by 5-10% for impact testing on the 2nd hit across all shell sizes
- Increased velocity from 5.7 to 6.0 m/s on the 54cm to 59cm size
- Increased peak G threshold on the 54cm to 59cm size and 60cm-64cm size
Helmet Sizing Chart (PDF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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