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Sparco 0033050XS 0033050XS Helmet WTX5W
Sparco 0033051 WTX-5W Racing Helmet SA10

Sparco 0033050XS 0033050XS Helmet WTX5W

Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2010 Safety Rating, Fiberglass Helmet Shell Material, White

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Helmet Type:
Full Face
Safety Rating:
Snell SA2010
Helmet Shell Material:
Fiberglass
Restraint Compatible:
Yes
Helmet Size:
X-Small
Hat Size:
6-5/8" - 6-3/4"
Head Circumference - Metric:
53-54
Age Group:
Adult
Color:
White
Fresh Air Equipped:
No
Tear Off Style:
N/A
MFG. Part #:
0033050XS
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This helmet carries a Snell SA2010 and FIA8858 rating.

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This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

No Warranty, No Returns on Garage Sale Items   

 

The WTX helmet series is Sparco’s newest line of helmets. This line is the result of over 30 years of research and development, including extensive wind tunnel tests. These tests sought to improve aerodynamics to reduce neck strain and improve air circulation for increased driver comfort. In addition to state-of-the-art technology, the WTX line is also aggressively styled, making them stand out amongst the competition.

The WTX-5W was specifically designed for maximum protection and visibility. It features an extra wide eye opening to see cockpit gauges more easily. Constructed from lightweight fiberglass composite, the WTX-5W has Hans clips pre-installed for added safety. It also has removable, washable padding for greater comfort. Large chin bar vents help to increase circulation in closed cockpits. The WTX-5W can be fitted with drink tubes and an intercom system.

  • Extra wide eye opening to see cockpit gauges more easily
  • Light-weight fiberglass composite construction
  • Hans clips pre-installed
  • Removable, washable lining
  • Large chin bar vents
  • Pre-molded with drink tubes and an intercom system
  • FIA 8858 and Snell SA2010 approved 

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