The GTX.3 Carbon Helmet features a lightweight carbon shell and sleek aero styling including, front chin bar gurney and integrated rear wing for enhanced aerodynamic performance at higher speeds. The GTX.3’s integrated shield, double screen anti fog (DSAF) visor and rear facing vents allow air exchange and clear vision while preventing dust from entering the helmet (especially in dirt track or other demanding racing environments). The versatile GTX.3 provides industry-leading performance, professional features and is an ideal choice for racers competing in open wheel, open compartment, formula, karting and dirt track forms of racing.
Lightweight Carbon Shell
High-Pressure Molding System for Improved Shell Strength
Sleek Aerodynamic Styling with Integrated Wing
Venturi Airflow System Allows Air Exchange While Preventing Dust and Dirt from Entering the Helmet
Front Chin Bar Gurney (Duckbill) for Improved Aerodynamic Performance
Hollow Synthetic Rubber Gasket Seal Ensuring that Air, Water and Dirt Can’t Penetrate into the Helmet
Multi-Piece, Multi-Density High-Impact Custom Bead Absorbing Liner for Low and High Velocity Impact Protection
Integrated Channels in the Face Piece Offer Multiple Options to Install Integrated Drinking Tube Systems and Radio Microphone Systems
Ultra Plush Grey Comfort-Max FR Interior Fabric for Improved Comfort and Superior Moisture Wicking Properties
Pro-Style, Multi Foam Density Interior with Contoured Cheek Pads for Professional Fit
Double Screen Anti-Fog (DSAF) Visor Insert For Improved Anti-Fog Performance
M6 Terminal Hardware for Head and Neck Restraint Devices
Draw String Helmet Bag Included
Hex Wrench Included
Sizes 7 1/8 (57) to 7 5/8+ (61+)
Snell SA2015 and FIA8859-2015 Homologation
Head and Neck Support Ready
Wicker Bill Included
Bell Helmet Size Chart
24 - 243/8
Fitting your Bell Helmet
Proper helmet fit is vital to the performance of a helmet during an impact. For maximum protection the helmet must fit properly with the chin strap securely fastened and provide adequate peripheral vision.
Measuring the head is only a starting point for the entire sizing procedure. Due to varying shapes, heads that are apparently the same size when measured by a tape may not necessarily fit the same size helmet. A small metal tape measure or a cloth tape may be used to make your initial measurement. You can also use a string, which can then be laid against a measuring tape.
The circumference of the head should be measured at a point approximately one inch above the eyebrows in front, and at a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement. Take several measurements. The largest measurement is the one you want to try on first. If you use a balaclava or head sock, always measure and fit the helmet with it on. Use the Bell sizing chart to determine the size that best matches the head measurement.