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Stilo WRC DES helmet + Stand 21 Club Sport HANS device (20deg)

Helmet sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL

HANS sizes: M or L

The WRC DES Specifications:


The most popular rally helmet in the world!!
With the iconic fixed microphone boom and its renowned WRC electronics makes the WRC helmet the most popular and sort after rally helmet on the market.
The WRC Des is by far the most futuristic helmet on the market and much stronger, now having passed the latest FIA8859-15 and Snell SA2015 safety standard.  For events in Europe the FIA homologations have more priority than Snell, although in the United States Snell is the only recognised standard.
Please note that the previous FIA8858-10 and Snell SA2010 model WRC Des is still an eligible helmet and currently does not have an expiry date and is eligible for use with a FHR device.
The Des range of helmets are the only helmets that has additional EPS cheek pads offering superior cheek area protection that is not available with any other brand.
The WRC Des comes as standard with FIA HANS/FHR posts.
Available Sizes: Extra Small to XXL



The Stand 21 Club Sport HANS Specifications:

The Club Series device is manufactured from carbon/composite mix in an injection moulded construction, but unlike other plastic Sport Devices on the market it weighs in at a much lighter 950gm’s, some 30% lighter and is only 100gm’s heavier than the carbon Racing Series.

The Club Series is an FIA homologated FHR device (Frontal Head Restraint) has an ergonomic design, making it far more comfortable to wear on your collar bones, and also much easier to use in the car due to it wider seat belt slots and wings to hold the harnesses in location.

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Weight 2.5 kg
Dimensions 40 x 36 x 36 cm


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