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Charles Owen 4Star Jockey Skull

PRICE: Starting From £168.00

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Designed for the extreme situation, the 4Star jockey skull is certified to the four top international standards.

A technically superior helmet, the deep-fitting 4Star is the result of years of advanced computer analysis and incorporates the latest aramid fibers, which are embedded in a tough resin matrix for vastly improved crush resistance. The neat quick release buckle in a high strength alloy fastens the patented GRpx® harness system for the ultimate in stability.

The 4Star helmet also features the new Charles Owen “Free Fit" system which allows for increased airflow across the forehead. It combines a frontal air channel with a Coolmax® mesh which significantly increases cooling and evaporation of sweat. Add this to the 10 ventilation slots and the 4Star is the coolest ride yet.

Perfectly finished with a black ventilated silk, the 4Star helmet is the ultimate choice for the safety conscious rider. 

Stock Colour: Black (Silver available upon request - please contact us on 01270 627457 or email sales@nantwichsaddlery.com)

Safety Standards: Kitemarked to PAS015:2011; Certified by SEI to ASTM F1163 and SNELL certified to SNELL E2001

Disciplines: Eventing, Racing, Steeplechase, Hacking

 

Sizes: 0 1/2 to 4 (54cms - 61 cms)

English helmet sizes 

  58   

34   

78   

7   

18   

14   

38   

12    

7 5/8

Head circumference    

54

55

56

57   

58

59

60

61

62

Jockey sizes                 

12

  1

1

 2

12

 3

12

 4

4 1/2

A helmet is designed to be weaker than your head. Don’t do things to the helmet you wouldn’t do to your head.

Helmets are sensitive to extreme heat (70°C+) and solvents (dry cleaning fluids).

Cleaning of the interior should be done using Charles Owen helmet cleaning products, foamed detergents or shampoo and water followed by vacuum drying the lining. It is important to use the minimum amount of water as helmets are difficult to dry and easily become mouldy. With any cleaning agent, it is important to a small section to establish any allergic reaction.

After riding, leave the helmet in a warm, dry place overnight. Do not dry in front of a fire or on a radiator. Do not store it in a plastic bag before dry. This will reduce the risk of rusting section to establish and allergic reaction.

Mud on velvet is best left to dry and then brushed off. The pile of the fabric can be revived by holding in steam from a boiling kettle (excluding Ayr 8 Classic).