- Stock: On Order - Delivery in 5-9 Weeks
- MPN: AA0700CG1R
- FIA 8060-2018
- Much Lighter
- Smallest Shell
- Increased Vision
- More Comfortable
- More Aerodynamic
- Better Driver Ventilation
- Multi Function Visor Locking Clasp
- Prepared for Frontal Drinking System
- Adjustments: Microphone Mouth Distance, Ear Area Customization
Stilo ST5 F Carbon Turismo 8860
Stilo ST5 F Carbon Turismo 8860 helmet is the lightest full face helmet on the market and it comes with the incredibly tough FIA 8860-2018 standard.
It has a smaller shell size and the dual-density sponge interior offers improved comfort and fit. The larger opening offers more vision.
This standard was first found on F1 and it is the highest safety standard today. It is required in all FIA World Championships, especially for 1 & 2 priority drivers in WRC.
This is the first full face helmet which passed the FIA 8860-2018 homologation standard which proves the Stilo design and build quality.
The helmet is designed to absorb 50% more impact energy and it also resists 30% more penetration energy.
Stilo ST5 F Carbon Turismo 8860 helmet is manufactured in carbon which offers a different appearance than cheaper and heavier carbon helmets and it comes with a matt finish. It is exceptionally lightweight and only if you hold in your hands you can only be describe it as unbelievable.
The ST5 F is prepared of a side drinking system which allows an internal drinking system.
Stilo ST5 F helmet comes fitted with a part Stilo's exceptional WRC electronics with a microphone built into the front of the helmet and an external earplug connection for easy connection to your communication system.
Currently no expiry date for this homologation.
This helmet comes as standard with FIA HANS posts.
|Material||Medium Tensile Carbon|
|Sizes||Small Shell: XS 54, S 55, M 57 Large Shell: L 59, XL 61, XXL 63, XXXL 64|
|Weight||Small shell 1.370+-30 gr. Large shell 1.540+-30 gr.|
|Intercom||YES - WRC Electronics, microphone only|
|HANS||YES - FIA 8858-2010|
Find your Size
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