Stilo ST5F N Composite Car Racing Helmet incl. HANS

660,00 €
Incl. 19% Tax, excl. Shipping Cost

Availability: In stock

Improving upon the previous Stilo ST4 (which is still a very good helmet), the new Stilo ST5F N Composite is lighter, uses a smaller shell, has increased vision with a visor which lifts fully out of line of sight, is more comfortable, has better aerodynamics, has better ventilation and uses a new visor locking clasp which can easily be operated with just one hand. The SNELL approved Stilo ST5F N Composite helmet comes without any side ports and without any fitted microphones or electronics. The removal of the side ports offer a sleeker more aerodynamic profile. Ideal for kart racing. Stilo ST5F N Composite - This helmet is not fitted with any electronics. Factory fitted FHR (HANS).

- lightweight composite helmet shell
- improved Aerodynamic characteristics
- removable noise reduction earmuffs
- front spoiler, rear spoiler, air intakes, visors, tear-offs, short sun screen visor, top air system and frontal drinking system available separately
- HANS system including HANS clips
- SNELL SA2015 & FIA 8859-2015 safety norm

Size

xs
53-54
cm
s
55-56
cm
m
57-58
cm
l
59-60
cm
xl
61-62
cm

Delivery Time: available end of Feb, beginning of March

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Lieferzeit available end of Feb, beginning of March
Manufacturer Stilo
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Stilo Motorsports Helmets

The mission of the Italian helmet manufacturer Stilo is to offer top functionality in all their products. Their philosophy is that everything a driver needs must be a standard feature and should come with the helmet: for example intercom, connections, earmuffs or a drinking system. Stilo offers an extremely wide range of Rallye helmets which are packed with performance features that supports the driver.

I drove carefully this morning but it was a bit too careful...so I decided to go faster!

Stilo Driver Sebastian Loeb