Stilo Helmets ST5 N Composite Helmet SA2015
The Stilo Helmets ST5 N Composite helmet is Stilo's next-generation addition to their line-up of Kevlar-Carbon composite helmets. With an autoclave molded shell, the ST5 N Composite offers far superior safety when compared to fiberglass and most composites from their competitors, while minimizing weight.
With a larger eyeport than that of its predecessor, the Stilo Helmets ST5 N Composite helmet offers a better view of the track. Each visor has a center pinch-clip to make opening and closing easy, even while wearing nomex racing gloves.
Of course, the Stilo Helmets ST5 N Composite helmet carries both a Snell SA2015 certification as well as FIA 8858-2015 homologation. This makes the helmet legal for nearly all road race usage, except for those sanctioning bodies requiring FIA 8860 homologation.
The Stilo Helmets ST5 N Composite helmet can be outfitted with integrated electronics, forced air or a helmet eject system. Thanks to the innovative design which incorporates mounting and routing for these options at the time of manufacture, integration is sleek and seamless with nothing protruding from the helmet, hanging down or otherwise getting in the way. When not in use, you don't even know the features are there.
Finally, receptacles are molded into the helmet shell to accommodate the anchors for whichever head-and-neck restraint you prefer to use.
- Includes noise attenuating earmuffs to reduce exterior noise and maximize effectiveness of communications with your crew.
- Select communications, forced air, or eject options now, or add them later
For the GT version of this helmet (with side ports), see the Stilo Helmets ST5 GT Composite Helmet.
For the carbon version of this helmet, see the Stilo Helmets ST5 N Carbon Helmet.
For the FIA 8860 version of this helmet, see the Stilo Helmets ST5 N Zero 8860 Carbon Helmet.
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, and order your helmet based on the largest of those measurements.