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Arai CK-6 Kart Helmet

£379.99  Excl VAT

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Arai CK-6 Kart Helmet Features (11084)

Super Fiber Laminate Construction (SFL)
Enhanced Hyper Ridge shell strengthening in lower section
Multi-Density Hybrid inner shell
Larger opening for increase ease when taking helmet on or off
4-point inlet / exhaust Ventilation System
Dual inlet chin vent
Two larger ventilation scoops (holes increased from 7.8mm to 10mm)
Two larger ventilation slots at rear covered by DDL Duct (holes increased from 7.8mm to 10mm)
2mm thick, two-dimensional visor with visor system prepared for the use of tear-offs (visor not interchangeable with GP-6 or GP-5)
Improved visor pivot kit for better aerodynamics and better visor operation
Deep 90mm visor aperture
Coolmax® washable nylon lining
Snell/FIA CMH 2007 Kart approved
White only
Sizes: XXS-L
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Arai has developed the new CK-6 junior kart helmet well ahead of new regulations. The Snell-FIA CMH 2007 (Children's Motorsport Helmet) approval was developed to provide a suitable helmet for children to use in motorsports, rather than a helmet designed for the adult head (and neck) and shrunk down to kid sizes. The primary reason in doing this was for safety as a reduction in helmet weight will help to lessen the chance of neck injury following an incident. With two world, one European and five British karting championships won in 2008 by Arai users, the Japanese factory has worked closely with the FIA and Snell to produce its first ever extra, extra small (XXS) motorsport helmet. Young drivers can be assured of an original Arai CMH approved helmet with all the features unique to the brand. The CK-6 includes a 4-point inlet/exhaust ventilation system with a dual chin vent, multi-density hybrid inner shell and a Coolmax washable lining. Filling the 90mm aperture is a 2mm thick visor complete with tear off posts and utilising Arai's new advanced visor pivot system. With this new regulation becoming mandatory for all under 15s participating in CIK FIA events from 1st Jan 2010, the CK-6 will be readily available for the new karting season. The UK will follow this from January 1, 2011, when CMH approved helmets must be used by all Cadets for MSA karting events. This helmet standard is not valid in CIK FIA events for anyone over the age of 18. VAT ZERO

Arai CK-6 Kart Helmet

•     Suitable for all levels of Junior Karating - Snell-FIA CMH 2007 Approved
•     Dual Inlet Chin Vent
•     4-point inlet / exhaust Ventilation System
•     Coolmax® washable nylon lining
•     2mm thick Visor compatible with Arai Tear-Offs
•     Imporoved Visor Pivot System

Snell-FIA CMH 2007 KART Approved.

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