Steelbird SA-2 helmet launched at Rs 4,499

The helmet comes with a winter padding liner keeps the user warm in winters while riding, while the detachable interior can help change the interior according to the season.

Autocar Pro News Desk By Autocar Pro News Desk calendar 19 Jan 2022 Views icon42931 Views Share - Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to LinkedIn Share to Whatsapp
Steelbird SA-2 helmet launched at Rs 4,499

Steelbird Hi-Tech India, one of Asia’s largest Helmet manufacturer has launched SA-2 (2-in-1) helmet at Rs 4,499. The BIS (IS 4151:2015) certified helmets are said to be summer and winter ready.

The helmet comes with a winter padding liner keeps the user warm in winters while riding, while the detachable interior can help change the interior according to the season. The helmet comes with a detachable waterproof neck pad with zip that blocks the air during winters. The winter padding liner and cheek pads are made of warm and soft fleece fabric. The removable interior padding is washable. The visor comes with polycarbonate (PC) anti-scratch coating with an anti-fog shield.

Rajeev Kapur, MD, Steelbird Helmets said, “We have made this helmet keeping the harsh winters in mind while riding. SA 2 (2-in-1) helmet is not only meant for the safety of the rider but also for their comfortable ride. Its features properly take care of your personal hygiene and keeps you warm without compromising the fashion elements of the helmet.”

The helmet is available in three sizes – Medium-580mm, Large-600mm and XL-620mm. 

 

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