Bell Sanction BMX/Downhill Helmet

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  • Lightweight and sturdy full-face BMX/Downhill racing helmet offered at recession-busting value
  • Hand laminated fiberglass shell; adjustable visor
  • Fully vented, low profile design weighs just 950 grams
  • Moto inspired design lines; ideal for BMX, Super-D, and all-mountain riding
  • Sized for smaller and junior riders; CE EN1078, CPSC Bicycle certified
  • With aggressive, moto-inspired styling, the Sanction is a smaller, lightweight, full-face helmet for BMX, Super-D, and
    all-mountain riding. Weighing in at just 950 grams, the Sanction has 15 vents for optimum airflow and its low-profile
    design is sized smaller for younger riders. Featuring a hand laminated fiberglass shell for lightweight strength and
    offered at a recession-busting value, the Sanction is ready for anything.


    * Weight: 950 grams / 33.5 ounces
    * Vents: 15
    * Strap Color: Black
    * Usage: BMX Race
    * Certifications: CE EN1078, CPSC Bicycle

    Size Specifications:

    * Small: 52 to 54 centimeters / 20.45 to 21.25 inches
    * Medium: 55 to 57 centimeters / 21.65 to 22.45 inches
    * Large: 58 to 60 centimeters / 22.8 to 23.6 inches

    About Bell:
    More world champions have worn Bell Helmets than all other helmet brands combined. From Grand Prix racing through the
    Indy 500 to Olympic cycling, Bell helmets have played a vital role in protecting sports men and women for nearly 50
    years. Bell began as a small auto parts store in a suburb of Los Angeles. Growing under the leadership of Roy Richter,
    Bell became a leader in safety equipment for auto racing, motorcycling, and then bicycling. Richter's commitment to
    creating great product through a close connection with the sport, along with his trust of and care for the people who
    worked for him, turned Bell from a one-man operation into a multi-million dollar enterprise. His legacy lives on today
    in Bell's commitment to racing, quality, and innovation.