Zamp RZ-40 SA2015 Kevlar Mix Helmet
Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2015 Safety Rating, Kevlar Mix Helmet Shell Material
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The Zamp RZ-40 Kevlar Mix Shell helmet is light and plush fitting. The stylish shell design gives lower coverage in the chin area. Ear muffs and Ear Pads are included which allow you to hear what you need to hear. This model is a classic new design, which will work for most racers at a great value for a Kevlar Shell helmet.
- Kevlar Mix Shell for Traditional Style Lightweight Shell
- Air System– Allows you to run Natural Air, Forced Air, and Air Plugs in the Top Air inlet. Chin Bar Venting
- Plush Fire Retardant Removable/Washable ultra-soft Interior with EPS chin bar foam
- Z-20 Series 3mm Clear Shield with Tear Off Posts at 12.25 inch center posts using banana style tear offs
- Hydration Hole/Plug Front and Center in chin bar with easy set up
- EAR MUFFS & EAR Pads to give driver quieter environment to hear what you need to hear
- M6 Inserts for Neck Restraint
- Snell SA-2015
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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