Bell Helmets Race Star Flex DLX Surge Helmets
Since its introduction back in 1967, the Bell Star has long represented the standard in head protection. Revered as the first full-face helmet on the market, the Bell Star inspired an industry to pursue the science of head protection. That obsession with helmet innovation continues today. The new Bell Star is more than an evolution of its predecessor. Now with a new Fit and 10% lighter. Designed for the racer with a day job, where every race weekend decision has to be carefully considered during the long week, the Race Star Flex DLX is the prime choice. Offering all the features and protection of its class-leading sibling, the Race Star utilizes a 3k carbon fiber shell and is packed with cutting-edge technology to deliver premier performance. Our proprietary Flex liner provides comprehensive protection, and Magnefusion cheek pads ensure superior comfort with optimal fit, and RaceView orientation capped with the ProTint Photochromic Shield Technology affords you a perfect view of the finish line. The desire to win starts in the head.
- 3K Carbon Shell
- Eyewear Compatible
- Flex Energy Management Interior Liner With Speaker Pockets
- Magnefusion™ Removable Magnetic Triple-Density Cheekpads With Added Comfort Lining
- Panovision™ Sheild With Class 1 Optics
- ProTint Photochromic Shield Included
- Raceview Orientation
- DOT, ECE 22.05, Snell M2015 certified
Please Note: We can only ship Bell Helmet products to addresses in the 50 US states, US Territories and any APO/FPO addresses (per manufacturer’s restrictions).
Read on for more details.
|Size||Head (inches)||Head (cm)||Hat Size|
|XS||20 7/8 – 21 5/8||53-54cm||6 5/8 – 6 3/4|
|Small||21 1/2 – 21 7/8||55-56cm||6 7/8 – 7|
|Medium||22 1/4 – 22 5/8||57-58cm||7 1/8 – 7 1/4|
|Large||23 – 23 1/2||59-60cm||7 3/8 – 7 1/2|
|XL||23 5/8 – 24 1/4||61-62cm||7 5/8 – 7 3/4|
|XXL||24 5/8 – 25||63-64cm||7 7/8 – 8|
This sizing chart is based on information provided to us by Bell Helmets and is subject to change without notice, although we will do our very best to keep it up to date. We recommend that you measure your head by wrapping a cloth tape measure around your head about 1 inch or 2.5 cm above your eyebrows, which should be the largest portion of your head. Choose the helmet that is closest to your measured head size. If you fall between two sizes, choose the smaller of the two. You want a helmet to fit snug without being uncomfortable.
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