Stilo’s ST5 GT line of racing helmets are engineered for maximum flexibility to integrate into any racing environment. The Stilo ST5 GT Composite Helmet is constructed with a lightweight Fiberglass/Kevlar shell for weight-savings at a more affordable price. The ST5 GT features a taller eyeport to allow for use in both closed and open cockpit racers. Two shell sizes – one for X-Small through Medium, and another for the larger sizes – allows for weight savings without sacrificing fit. Side-mounted ports allow for the easy integration of intercoms, hydration systems, forced-air, or all 3! The standard 3mm Clear visor (other shield types in a variety of tints sold separately) mounts with machined aluminum fasteners and creates an air-tight seal via a rubber seal. The Stilo ST5 GT Composite takes an already popular helmet to the next level!
Snell SA-2020 and FIA-8859 homologations satisfy almost all sanctioning body requirements.
• Ear Cushions (in place of intercom accessories)
• Pre-Threaded M6-Insert (Hans Anchors not included)
• 3mm Clear Visor
|Rating:||SA2020, FIA 8859-2020|
|Hans Anchors:||Not Included, M6-Threaded|
|Weight (XS-M):||Est. 3.15 lbs|
• Lightweight multi-purpose Helmet
• Lightweight Kevlar Composite Shell
• Multi function visor locking clasp.
• Only helmet with integrated plugs.
• Prepared for side and frontal drinking system.
Options (sold separately):
- Integrated COMMS system (see below)*
- Forced Air (TOP or SIDE)*
- Integrated hydration/drink tube
- HANS Anchors
NOTE: If purchasing Integrated COMMS or forced air attachments, please indicate which side you’d like them to be installed on.
NOTE: The Stilo ST5 helmets DO NOT come with Microphone and Earmuff speakers installed, they must be ordered separately HERE.
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.