Speedway SA2020 Carbon Fiber Racing Helmet
Oval Track Cars, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2020 Safety Rating, Restraint Compatible, Gloss
- Premium lightweight carbon fiber shell reduces stress and fatigue on the driver
- Large eye port with optically correct 3mm shield ensures proper visibility
- Front, top, and rear vents for maximum ventilation to keep the driver cool
- Soft knit fire proof lining and Snell SA2020 certification ensures safety in racing environments
- Predrilled for head and neck restraints to make installation a simple bolt on
These Speedway premium Carbon Fiber SA2020 helmets feature a soft knit fire proof lining and a lightweight carbon fiber shell to help fit comfortably. They also allow you maximum visibility with large eye ports and maximum ventilation with front, top, and rear vents. Speedway SA2020 helmets come with the M6 insert for head and neck restraint systems. Choose your size.
- Soft knit fire proof lining
- Large eye port with optically correct 3mm shield
- Front, top, and rear vents for maximum ventilation
- Lightweight carbon fiber shell
- Predrilled for head and neck restraints
- Uses style C tear offs
- Premium carbon fiber finish
- Choose from sizes S-XXL
Helmet Sizing Chart (JPG)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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