G-Force CF3 Carbon Fiber Helmet – SA2015


Carbon fiber shell is 15-20% lighter then standard fiberglass helmets.
SKU: GF3128 Category: Tags: ,


The G-Force CF3 Carbon Fiber Helmet features an all new outer shell that is 15-20% lighter then standard fiberglass helmets. Constructed from an ultra-lightweight carbon fiber and composite blend, the shell is coated with a deep, rich protective clear coat to let the natural fibers show through, then accented with a muted black racing stripe down the center. SA2015 approved mounting points for a HANS Device are built into the shell during production for added durability. The G-FLOW Ventilation System drawls air into the chin bar ports, around the interior and siphons out the top and rear vents to aid in cooling. An optically correct, .125″ thick, ProFit Shield encloses the extra wide eye port opening and secures to the rubberized eye port gasket to keep dust and dirt out. The ProFit Shield is kept in place with two aircraft aluminum, wide-head bolts for quick and easy shield swaps.

An all new G-79 interior liner has been developed, based on G-Force’s proprietary Conehead Techology. This technology is designed to compress laterally, using tuned cones of multiple densities, resulting in a greater load spread. The liner is then covered by a soft knit, hypoallegernic, flame retardant liner for comfort and fit. This liner is more comfortable and cooler then years past to help eliminate one more distraction for the driver. A SpecFit channel allows for the comfortable use of eyeglasses.

Technical Information

Rating: SA2015
Hans Anchors: Not Included, Pre-Drilled & Threaded
Weight (MED Size): n/a.
Shield Style: Pro Fit, 86xx
Part Number: GF3128 SIZE COLOR
Manufacturer: G-Force

• Carbon Fiber Composite Shell
• Flame Retardant Liner
• G-FLOW Top/Rear Vents
• Reinforced Mounting Points for Head and Neck Restraint Devices
• Kevlar Chinstrap
• G-79 Impact Liner with Conehead Technology


G-Force Helmet Sizing Chart

An effective helmet is one that fits properly. Have an assistant use a measuring tape, or a piece of string to measure the circumference of your head starting at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front, around a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement, and finally wrapping back to the front. It is a good idea to take several measurements to make sure you have the largest one.

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