Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet TORC T14B Full Face Dual Visor Gray Scramble

Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet TORC T14B Full Face Dual Visor Gray Scramble

Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet TORC T14B Full Face Dual Visor Gray Scramble

The MAKO is one of the best helmets in its class. It replaces both the Prodigy T10 and Blade T12 shells. It is lighter weight than both previous models.

It uses a dual density EPS system and laser contoured comfort liner padding. It is the only helmet in this price class to use an optically correct flat panel shield. It also uses TORCs new locking drop down internal sun visor system called SmoothLock. You wont find a better helmet for the same price. Advanced Thermo Polymer Alloy shell: Engineered to protect the rider by minimizing the weight of the shell and increase effectiveness in dispersing impact energy.

Optically correct flat panel face shied. SmoothLock drop down visor system. Retractable drop down internal sun visor works with a simple flip of a switch. Dual density EPS: One of the most advanced EPS safety liner designs in the industry. Laser contoured comfort liner padding.

Removable and washable comfort liner. Size: XS / S / M / L / XL / XXL. Lithium ion battery with a power charger. 8 hours talk time, 100 hours standby. 1 touch control for call answering, rejecting, and redialing.

Torc carry bag is included. Helmet comes with clear outer shield.

The size chart is provided by Torc and does not guarantee a perfect fit. Since head shapes differ, please use this chart as a guide only.

The item "Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet TORC T14B Full Face Dual Visor Gray Scramble" is in sale since Thursday, June 21, 2018. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Apparel & Merchandise\Helmets & Headwear\Helmets".

The seller is "ridergear" and is located in Yorba Linda, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Bluetooth Motorcycle Helmet TORC T14B Full Face Dual Visor Gray Scramble


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