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Toronto, ON, Canada
Condition:New with tags Brand:Stilo Make:WRC DES 8860

The WRC DES helmet is perfect for discerning Rally drivers and navigators who demand the absolute best in helmet technology while retaining a level of comfort and visibility second to none.

The WRC DES was the first open face helmet to be certified to FIA 8860 which is one of the most stringent tests known for helmets. This certification provides an unparalleled level of puncture protection as well as impact resistance. Nowhere will you find a safer open face helmet.

The integrated microphone boom sets the WRC DES apart from other open face helmets and gives not only a secure location for communications equipment, but forward impact protection as well.



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