Zamp RZ-60V Visor Aramid SA2020 Helmet White
Oval Track Cars, Full Face Helmet Type, Snell SA2020 Safety Rating, Restraint Compatible, White
The unique feature of the RZ-60V allows you to set up your race helmet with a Visor or a Shield. Both are included in the great deal which will give you many options for different types of race set ups.
- Aramid Mix Shell for traditional style lightweight shell
- Visor Included – Both Clear Shield and Visor with Sunstrip included so you can run in two different set ups
- Air System allows you to run Natural Air, Forced Air, and Air Plugs in the Top Air Inlet; Open Air 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 12.25inch center posts using banana style Tear Offs
- Hydration Hole/Plug front and center in Chin Bar with easy set up
- Ear Cups & Ear Pads to give driver quieter environment to hear what they need to hear
- M6 Inserts for Head & Neck Restraint
- Snell SA2020 Approved
- Sizes Available: White (XS-XXL)
Helmet Sizing Chart (JPEG)
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