Product Highlight: 2012 Thor Force Carbon Helmet

2012 Thor Force Carbon Fiber Helmet

Protection is number one priority when dealing with any motorcycle rider, and especially when dealing with motocross riders. It?s a need that every single person who wraps their hand around a throttle has in common and it?s a need that companies such at Thor are working hard to fill. Protection of every body part is extremely important, but none is more important than your head. That?s why Thor produced the 2012 Thor Force Carbon Fiber Helmet.

Worn by countless top amateur and pro riders, the Thor Force Carbon is a leader in its class. Countless hours of R&D go into ensuring that the proper safety guidelines are met, and often times exceeded, and the Thor Force Carbon is a prime example of that. If you?re going to skimp on spending money on equipment, do it on a jersey, not a helmet.

Not only is the Thor Force Carbon motorcycle helmet safe, its got style and functionality as well. It meets all AMA/FIM professional racing standards and is DOT and ECE 22.05 approved. Its pre-impregnated carbon fiber material sheets increase strength and decrease the shell weight.

It also comes complete with a contoured eye-port gasket that improves goggle fit and increases liner and EPS ventilation for maximum airflow.

Its front intake port and rear exhaust vents provide optimal air circulation and venting. EPS material extends throughout the chinbar for increased strength. Not to mention its antibacterial, moisture wicking Silvercool liner is removable/washable and keeps you cool ride after ride.

Integrated hi-flow mouthpiece also increases airflow while filtering out roost and it comes equip with an integrated roost guard for added protection.

Every time you take a hit to your helmet you decrease its ability to protect you to its full capability. Numerous riders every year are saved by proper helmet use. Do yourself and your family a favor and purchase a helmet that will give you the utmost protection. Price: $429.95

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