G-Force Side-Draft SA2010 Helmet

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The G-Force SideDraft Helmet provides a forced air option for heated, on-track situations


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The G-Force SideDraft Helmet provides a forced air option for heated, on-track situations. The outer contact shell is made from a low density, lightweight Z38 fiberglass, carbon Kevlar composite blend. The side and front of the helmet is equipped with a low profile quality air intake nozzle that accepts most forced air system hoses and channels the cooled air into the shell. The helmet is then coated with deep, rich white gloss paint and finished with a protective clear coat outer layer.

The rear of the helmet is accented with double ridge lines that add both style and strength to the Side Draft's shell. The G-FLOW Side Air Intake Ventilation System then draws air around the interior and siphons out the top and rear vents to aid in cooling. The front of the helmet is completed with a low-slope, auto racing chin bar which is different than a motorcycle, sharp-nosed design.

On the inside, G-Force Racing Gear has produced the most user friendly, comfortable helmet on the market. The heart of the Modified helmet is the G-78 impact liner which is covered by a soft knit, padded CoolTec flame retardant liner for comfort, fit and functionality. The chin strap in the SideDraft helmet is bolted to the shell with stainless hex-head bolts and is made from durable, flame retardant Kevlar webbing.

Technical Information

Rating: SA2010
Hans Anchors: Not Included, Pre-Drilled & Threaded
Weight (MED Size): 3.90 lbs.
Shield Style: Profit, 86xx
Part Number: GF3027 SIZE COLOR
Manufacturer: 3027

• Lightweight Fiberglass, Carbon and Kevlar Composite Shell
• CoolTec Flame Retardant Liner
• G-FLOW Ventilation System
• Reinforced mounting points for Hans Helmet Restraint Systems


G-Force Helmet Sizing Chart

An effective helmet is one that fits properly. Have an assistant use a measuring tape, or a piece of string to measure the circumference of your head starting at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front, around a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement, and finally wrapping back to the front. It is a good idea to take several measurements to make sure you have the largest one.

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