Equestrian Helmet Gravity XP Carbon, Glow, Small Visor
Naca Gravity XP Carbon, black glow, back view
Equestrian Helment Gravity XP Carbon, blue glow, small matt visor
Equestrian Helmet Gravity XP Carbon, blue glow, back view
Available for pre-order for delivery within 3 weeks of receipt of your payment
Full carbon shell, glow finishing. Carbon XP harness. Fidlock® magnetic buckle. Glow small visor.
NACA, the brand-new Premium name on the riding helmet market. Expertise and know-how in the protection field and in composite materials for over 40 years. The GRAVITY range brings a simple and efficient model fashioned in many different versions. A streamlined design guided by functionality, with cool details to stand out. Several interesting innovations, a unique range of colours, and light as a feather. A very high-end helmet, so perfect to wear.
The helmets are made in France, so any customization is possible. From an idea to the actual manufacturing, through mould creation and testing, everything is done on our premises, allowing us to be super responsive and, along with you, project our creations into the future. The model is available in two versions: one with a DURGITEN shell (Composite Thermoplastic), and a second one with a full carbon shell.
You are going to love this helmet’s lightness, making if very comfortable.
Two kinds of chinstraps are available.
One chinstrap features a nice elaborate and refined design made of PU, and the other (called XP) is made of carbon. This XP carbon chinstrap features a totally innovative design: made entirely of carbon, it brings extra protection, gives the helmet a better hold and widens the rider’s field of view.
Both versions feature a magnetic Fidlock® buckle, very easy to clip and unclip. More informations on fidlock buckles HERE.
Peak is easy to remove and interchangeable. Two available sizes.
You can change the helmet’s peak according to your mood or activities (e.g., remove it for cross-country trials). Not just a nice innovation, but a true safety feature: in case of a fall, the peak is ejected, and the helmet fully performs its shock absorbing role.