DIY Helmet Kit
PLEASE REVIEW INSTALLATION MANUAL BEFORE PURCHASE!
-LightSpeed Zulu 2/3 & Delta (Not Compatible with Zulu 1 or Sierra)
The Bose A30 will not be offered as a DIY kit due to the complexity of the teardown.
-Team Wendy EXFIL® SAR Backcountry with Rails
-Peltor Quick Release Adaptor
-Sky Cowboy Supply Company Stirrup Adaptors (Bose A20, Bose X, David Clark H10 LightSpeed Zulu available)
*****This Package DOES NOT include the headset, only the above listed items.
Helmet is one size fits all.
-Boa® Fit System integrated directly into helmet liner for optimized stability and fit
-Includes expanded Polystyrene Impact Liner featuring Zorbium® Foam Comfort Pads in two thicknesses
Weight 2.8lbs with Headset
Helmet adds ~1.5" to your head height for canopy clearance.
The EXFIL® SAR is the first purpose built Search and Rescue helmet to provide accessory mounting capabilities, while meeting key industrial and mountaineering performance standards. The EXFIL® SAR Backcountry features a glass reinforced polycarbonate shroud that is designed to handle lights and cameras. The helmet also includes a sport style under the chin retention system with a Fidlock® magnetic buckle for easy one-handed operation. It also comes standard with two vent covers for use during inclement weather.
Sky Cowboy Supply Company has expanded on this helmet to include stirrups that convert your existing aviation headsets to fit on this amazing helmet platform.
*****This product application does NOT have the support of Bose and may void Bose's Warranty. Sky Cowboy Supply Company does not provide any additional warranty on the Bose A20 headset.
Bose A20 Manual: "Do not use the headset with a helmet or as part of a crash protection system. The headset is not intended for such use, and has not been certified for crash protection. Dismantling, reassembly or modification of the headset, or any part, for use in a helmet or other crash protection system could result in severe bodily injury and such unauthorized use will void the limited product warranty."