Handcrafted with care in Argentina, the MM56 helmet is a tribute to one of the most beautiful race (some have even called it “the most beautiful race”) in the world, fought over by some of the greatest Suixtil heroes in their incredible machines. Proudly sporting the Shield (for protection, good luck and everything in between) it is also adorned with some cabalistic numbers that also represent good luck. Its spectacular color scheme, with that contrasting yellow headband and deep-blue beak against the blood-red head, really frame the piece and bring it to life.
The helmet shell is built from a base molded from resin and fibers while its inside is lined with natural cork of 3 mm (0.11 in) thickness. All straps are crafted from the finest real full-grain cow leather while the padding and covers are also stitched from 100% full-grain leather. It should be noted that, in keeping with the original, the fixed visor of this model is shorter than usual and therefore NOT suitable to affix the Guard visor. We recommend, instead the use of our BelleVue goggles, or, alternatively, our BelleVue 50s, also perfectly adjusted to the model and of the utmost comfort.
This beautiful piece is sure to attract a lot of attention with its gorgeous patina and is crafted to the highest standard. It arrives nicely packed in a linen bag that you can use whenever taking the helmet to a track day or an event.
The MM56 comes in 3 sizes (thanks to an easy to install foam adjustment ring) that accommodates head sizes from 56 to 64 cm (22 to 25.5′) and is delivered by courier within 7 days of its order.
This equipment is a piece of memorabilia. It is NOT safety-rated to today’s standards and, as such, should never be used in the practice of competitive motorsports or any other dangerous sport or game, whether alternate specific equipment is recommended or not. We do not accept any responsibility, including consequential, for any incident or accident, injury or death that may arise from the improper use of this equipment.
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