High Quality FAST Ballistic Helmet UHMWPE NIJ IIIA
FAST bulletproof helmet, NIJ protection level IIIA, designed for armed personnel, whose quality and design provide the highest possible flexibility and comfort for the user, while providing a high level of protection against shrapnel and bullets.
- Material: high molecular weight polyethylene, aramid fiber composite material
- Suitable head circumference: 52-64cm
- Built in: anti-seismic system, head adjustment system, buffer system
- Weight: 1260+ -50g
FAST bulletproof hemet Feature:
The FAST Ballistic Helmet finds application
NIJ III level of protection for 9mm, 357sig and .44 Magnum SJHP, STANAG 2920, V50 over 700 m/s;
in various scenarios, serving as a valuable asset. Its high-cut design enables its effective use during guard duty or patrolling hazardous areas. Wearing the helmet for extended periods is comfortable, and its ear exposure facilitates seamless integration with communication devices. By donning this helmet, soldiers on patrol can remain focused on their mission and easily relay messages to fellow soldiers or suppliers, without being hindered by equipment distractions.
Furthermore, this FAST Ballistic Helmet offers additional features that enhance its reliability as a combat tool. Constructed with lightweight materials, it provides optimal protection while ensuring wearer comfort. In high-pressure situations, soldiers can confidently engage targets, knowing they are well-protected and able to maintain focus, without any distractions caused by their gear.
Why do military helmets not cover ears?
This type of ballistic helmet does, however, have two definite disadvantages: covering the ears makes the helmet heavier and, depending on your morphology, can make it difficult to wear active electronic headphones, even though they are designed to protect the head.Generally speaking, the ideal weight of a helmet ranges between 1200 to 1350 grams. A heavy helmet is a strict no-no, as it may strain your neck muscles and cause pain around your head. Also, check for ventilation points so that you get to breathe properly.
Do ballistic helmets expire?
While helmets don't have an expiration date, ballistic helmets over time will become worn down. How you take care of them and replacing materials when needed will help it last many years.