Biltwell Gringo ECE Helmet - Gloss Black

$279.99 AUD

Only 4 easy payments of $69.99 AUD

Only 4 easy payments of $69.99 AUD

Only 4 easy payments of $69.99 AUD

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Gringo takes its '60s motorsport aesthetic and elevates it to modern ECE R22.05 motorcycle standards—the European test protocol recognized by leading helmet makers and independent safety labs as the toughest in the world.

Features:

• Injection-molded ABS plastic outer shell is rugged yet lightweight
• Three-piece Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) safety shell dissipates impact loads and enhances helmet structure without compromising comfort
• Molded urethane chin bar pad dissipates energy from frontal impacts
• Removable/replaceable comfort liner and cheek pads feature brushed fleece Lycra touch points to absorb and evaporate perspiration
• Chin strap features brushed fleece Lycra touch points for comfort and an adjustable strap end retainer

How to Check Helmet Fit

Never wear a helmet that does not fit snugly and correctly on your head. Follow these steps to determine if your helmet provides the correct fit:

  1. Grasp both loose neck straps, one in each hand.
  2. Put the opening of the helmet on top of your head and pull the straps gently outward and down until your head is firmly and comfortably inside the helmet. Do not fasten the neck strap.
  3. Stiffen the muscles in your neck to hold your head in a stationary position, eyes forward.
  4. Grasp the helmet chin bar with both hands and move the helmet gently but forcefully from side to side. Repeat the same test, but in an up and down motion.

A correct-fitting helmet will move the skin on your cheeks side to side and the skin on your forehead up and down without rotating the helmet on your head. If you feel pressure or discomfort against any part of your skull, but especially against your forehead or temples, test fit a larger helmet. If the helmet moves around your head easily without moving the skin on your forehead and cheeks, test fit the next size down. A helmet that doesn’t fit your head properly will not provide adequate protection during an accident.

Returns:
Due to safety reasons, helmets are strictly non-refundable
It is absolutely imperative that measurements be closely looked at before purchase
We highly recommend visiting a local outlet or dealership and correctly measuring your helmet size.

We deliver to all corners of the world. Find out more about our delivery options here.

We offer 28 day returns on all products, assuming they're in the same condition they were sent to you: unworn, unwashed, no odours or marks, original tags attached and it the original packaging. Refer to our returns policy for more information.

Let us know if you need any help. We're here to answer any questions on eshop@au.deuscustoms.com

Gringo takes its '60s motorsport aesthetic and elevates it to modern ECE R22.05 motorcycle standards—the European test protocol recognized by leading helmet makers and independent safety labs as the toughest in the world.

Features:

• Injection-molded ABS plastic outer shell is rugged yet lightweight
• Three-piece Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) safety shell dissipates impact loads and enhances helmet structure without compromising comfort
• Molded urethane chin bar pad dissipates energy from frontal impacts
• Removable/replaceable comfort liner and cheek pads feature brushed fleece Lycra touch points to absorb and evaporate perspiration
• Chin strap features brushed fleece Lycra touch points for comfort and an adjustable strap end retainer

How to Check Helmet Fit

Never wear a helmet that does not fit snugly and correctly on your head. Follow these steps to determine if your helmet provides the correct fit:

  1. Grasp both loose neck straps, one in each hand.
  2. Put the opening of the helmet on top of your head and pull the straps gently outward and down until your head is firmly and comfortably inside the helmet. Do not fasten the neck strap.
  3. Stiffen the muscles in your neck to hold your head in a stationary position, eyes forward.
  4. Grasp the helmet chin bar with both hands and move the helmet gently but forcefully from side to side. Repeat the same test, but in an up and down motion.

A correct-fitting helmet will move the skin on your cheeks side to side and the skin on your forehead up and down without rotating the helmet on your head. If you feel pressure or discomfort against any part of your skull, but especially against your forehead or temples, test fit a larger helmet. If the helmet moves around your head easily without moving the skin on your forehead and cheeks, test fit the next size down. A helmet that doesn’t fit your head properly will not provide adequate protection during an accident.

Returns:
Due to safety reasons, helmets are strictly non-refundable
It is absolutely imperative that measurements be closely looked at before purchase
We highly recommend visiting a local outlet or dealership and correctly measuring your helmet size.

We deliver to all corners of the world. Find out more about our delivery options here.

We offer 28 day returns on all products, assuming they're in the same condition they were sent to you: unworn, unwashed, no odours or marks, original tags attached and it the original packaging. Refer to our returns policy for more information.

Let us know if you need any help. We're here to answer any questions on eshop@au.deuscustoms.com

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