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The Bell SRT is a full-face, racer style motorcycle helmet. Constructed using a fibreglass shell, the helmet is lightweight while being tough and durable. The signature wide aperture allows for excellent range of vision, while the Panovison visor enhances the crysta.l clear view with unbeatable optics. The EPS is handily recessed to make room for your favourite intercom, and the helmet is also eyewear compatible so you can keep your specs or shades on while riding. The SRT is ECE 22.05 and DOT rated for use in the UK, EU and USA.

£169.99

Bell SRT Helmet - Solid White

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Bell SRT Helmet - Solid White

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Product Description Sku: BELLSRTSWHI

The Bell SRT is a full-face, racer style motorcycle helmet. Constructed using a fibreglass shell, the helmet is lightweight while being tough and durable. The signature wide aperture allows for excellent range of vision, while the Panovison visor enhances the crysta.l clear view with unbeatable optics. The EPS is handily recessed to make room for your favourite intercom, and the helmet is also eyewear compatible so you can keep your specs or shades on while riding. The SRT is ECE 22.05 and DOT rated for use in the UK, EU and USA.

  • ECE 22.05 European Safety Rated, road legal in the UK and Europe
  • Fibreglass composite shell
  • Panovision shield with class one optics
  • Recessed speaker pockets
  • Glasses compatible.
  • Gender Unisex

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