Garibaldi G07X Full Face Helmet in Matt Grey

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Garibaldi's G07X matt grey full face helmet is a striking retro-inspired full-face design that pays homage to the iconic style of the 70s. Despite its nostalgic appearance, this helmet incorporates all the modern features and protection standards you would expect. Notably, it proudly holds certification to the ECE R22.06 standard, surpassing its predecessor, the ECE R22.05. This new standard introduces additional impact test points, particularly focusing on the helmet's sides, along with an oblique rotation test. These enhancements aim to elevate safety levels, reducing the risk of severe head or brain injuries in case of an accident.

Crafted with meticulous attention, the G07X is available in two shell sizes, ensuring a streamlined profile across the size range. Constructed from composite fiberglass, it is Pinlock ready for an optional P70 Pinlock and features an anti-scratch visor. Remarkably, the visor, despite its retro aesthetics, provides effective wind and water sealing through its edged lip and rubber seal seat on the shell. The visor includes a locking block to the chin bar and lacks a ratchet for opening, allowing it to be securely left in any desired position.

The G07X doesn't compromise on comfort either, boasting a hypoallergenic headlining that accommodates spectacles and removable, washable contoured cheek pads. Additionally, it features pocket recesses designed for communication speakers, adding a practical touch to this stylish and safety-conscious helmet.


  • Lightweight Composite Fibreglass Shell
  • 2 Shell Sizes
  • Double D ring closure
  • ECE R22:06 certified
  • Pinlock ready
  • 3mm Anti Scratch Visor
  • Visor an edge lip that seats to a corresponding rubber seal on the shell
  • Visor lock block to chin bar
  • Multi density EPS layer
  • Hypoallergenic head lining
  • Head lining spectacles friendly
  • 1300G+/-50G
  • Available in: Matt Black, Sedona Graphics Matt Black and Matt White