Zamp FS-9 M2020D/DOT Helmet
Oval Track Cars, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell M2020D & DOT Safety Rating, Adult Age Group
Building on the success of the Zamp FS-8, the all new FS-9 consists of a lightweight Fiberglass Shell meeting the Snell M2020D standard. The FS-9 offers superior Fiberglass impact absorption, a characteristic only seen on helmets twice the cost.
- Composite Fiberglass Lightweight Shell for superior performance
- Air-Flow Vents– Adjustable Chin and Scalp Vents with Rear Exhausts.
- Plush Removable/Washable moisture absorbent fabric Interior. Liners interchangeable for custom fit.
- Z-19 Shield Optically correct with Lock Button in Closed position
- Snell M-2020D and DOT Approved
- New Graphics
-Solid White (WHT), Matte Black (MBLK), Gloss Black (BLK) available in XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
-Silver Matte Black Graphic (SIL), Blue Graphic (BLU), Red Graphic (RED) available in XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
-Matte Grey (MGRY), Orange Graphic (ORG), Green Graphic (GRN) available in S, M, L, XL
Helmet Sizing Chart (JPEG)
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