Paragliding light helmet to fly with an approved protection. Paragliding helmets are specially designed and tested for use in free flight. It can be supplied with or without visors.
Many paragliding helmets are in stock but we have not perhaps your favorite color. You should in this case wait five to ten days to receive you helmet.
The ICARO NERV paragliding helmet is beautiful, very light and very resistant.With adjustable vents, removable ear pads and removable internal part, it combines ultra-modern look with advanced technical features.An adjustable adjustment system to perfectly adjust the circumference of the head makes it an excellent paragliding helmet.
Nerv Helmet Pack mounted with the short visor of your choice
Freestyle paragliding helmet with shell "ABS Technology" inside "Hydrocool" breathable, automatic loops, removable ear protection.This product is no longer sold
Icaro Fly paragliding helmet, EN966 certification. Simple and streamlined, The Fly helmet is designed to optimize look, lightness and adaptability. Adjustable ventilation, ABS composite exterior, visor in option, delivered with a transportation fabric cover, double EN certification: Hang-gliding/Paragliding and Ski/Snowboard.
Short visor for paramotor Nerv
Visor fixing system for helmet Nerv
Short visor for 4FIGHT helmet
Visor fixing system for Icaro helmet model 4Fight
ULTRA LIGHT PARAGLAR HELMET It has been developed for low-altitude and school flights, covers all sizes from XS to L and weighs only 320g.PILOT flight helmets are category 2 PPE.
THE IDEAL PARAGLIDING HELMET The PILOT helmet was specially developped by SUPAIR for paragliding school. It is modern, comfortable and very light. The PILOT flight helmet meets the requirements of the European standard EN966 : 2012 + A1 : 2012 and the European Directive EU / 89/686 / EEC (indicated by the CE marking). The PILOT flight helmet is a category...
Interchangeable internal padding The internal padding of Icaro Nerv helmets is suitable for all sizes. They are adjusted, in addition, by the adjustment of the wheel located at the back of the helmet.