Bell Helmets SRT Modular Predator Blackout Helmet
The new SRT-Modular combines the quality construction of the SRT — fiberglass shell, recessed EPS speaker pockets, a broad range of sizing options and class 1 Panovision optics — and adds in the versatility and convenience of a modular helmet. All the protection of a quality full-face when you need it, as well as the ease and accessibility of an open-face for when you want to face the world head-on. SRT-Modular — putting the “sport” back into “sport touring.
- Drop-down sunshield offers “on the fly” protection from the sun
- Eyewear Compatible
- Industry-Leading Five-Year Warranty
- Lightweight Fiberglass composite shell
- Modular, flip-up style helmet
- Panovision™ Shield with Class 1 Optics
- Recessed EPS speaker pockets
- Removable/washable anti-bacterial interior
- Street Orientation
Blackout version comes with additional Dark Smoke shield
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).
Due to the unfortunate COVID-19 Pandemic, Bell is currently experiencing longer than normal shipping times. They are doing their very best to get your order shipped as soon as possible, but please expect delays. Current delay time is just over 2 weeks. We appreciate your business!
Read on for more details.
|Helmet Size||Inches||Centimeters||Hat Size|
|XS||20 7/8 – 21 1/4||53 – 54||6 5/8 – 6 3/4|
|Small||22 1/4 – 22 5/8||55 – 56||7 1/8 – 7 1/4|
|Medium||22 1/2 – 22 3/4||57 – 58||7 1/8 – 7 1/4|
|Large||23 – 23 1/2||59 – 60||7 3/8 – 7 1/2|
|XL||23 7/8 – 24 1/4||61 – 62||7 5/8 – 7 3/4|
|XXL||24 5/8 – 25 1/8||63 – 64||7 7/8 – 8|
|XXXL||25 1/2 – 26||65 – 66||8 1/8 – 8 1/4|
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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