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Icaro 2000 Solar X PPG Helmet

 

Solar X

Shown with Optional Short Visor

 

 


 

 

Shown with Optional Long Visor

 

 

Shown with Optional Short Visor

 



 
  • The new Solar X helmet from Icaro 2000 has a very modern look thanks to its reduced width, which helps to reduce weight and offers less resistance to the air.
  • It has a 3mm polycarbonate shell that makes the helmet very strong and the inner polystyrene has two channels to create airflow inside the helmet.
  • Available in four colors: carbon optic, black-white, black-orange and black-green.
  • You can choose to add a visor. There are two optional clear or tinted visors available, short and long.
  • The helmet is available in three sizes:
  • Small (53cm to 56cm)
  • Medium (57cm to 59cm)
  • Large (60cm to 61cm.)
  • The size numbers correspond to the pilot’s head circumference.
  • The internal padding incorporates a wheel regulator in order to perfectly adjust the size to your head circumference. This padding is removable and can be washed.
  • The helmet has plastic coated stainless steel wire side pieces and a micrometric chin strap.
  • The weight is only 550 grams and is certified EN 966.

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  • Helmet Earcup Options
  • Basic - Peltor Optime II earcup protectors. No electronics.
  • NAC Standard Com - Peltor Optime II earcups with integrated NAC Intercom system, PTT on left earcup, noise canceling boom microphone, available for VHF 2 meter (Yaesu, Icom, etc.) and all FRS radios (Motorola, Cobra, etc.).
  • NAC Deluxe Com - Peltor Optime II earcups with integrated NAC Intercom system, PTT on left earcup, noise canceling boom microphone with built-in sidetone, 5 mm. plug (RCA) to connect a music device like MP3 or CD player, available for VHF 2 meter (Yaesu, Icom, etc.) and all FRS radios (Motorola, Cobra, etc.)
Please indicate size and radio type and whether the plug is single or double on Order Instructions or email

4 Colors Available

Solar X PPG Basic PPG Helmet
$340



Solar X PPG Standard Com Helmet
$475


Solar X PPG Deluxe Com Helmet
$580


Visor for Solar X $70


Size  Internal Circumference
 S  53-56 cm
 M  57-59 cm
 L  60-61 cm
We offer more great PPG Com Helmets on our Miniplane-USA website.

 

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