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Joe Rocket RKT 26 Helmet - Double Lens

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Original price $219.95
Original price $219.95 - Original price $299.95
Original price $219.95
Current price $197.99
$197.99 - $269.99
Current price $197.99
SKU 472-6074D
Color: Matte Black
Size: S
Lens: Double Lens

The RKT 26s Blood Runs Cold® snowmobile helmet from Joe Rocket Canada® comes lined with a Dry Tech® removable, washable and moisture wicking liner and is built with an A.T.P.A.™ Advanced Thermo-Poly Alloy shell that meets or exceeds ECE 22-05 standards. The helmet includes an integrated internal amber coloured sun visor as well as Cross Link™ variable flow ventilation.


A.T.P.A.™ Advanced Thermo-poly Alloy Shell
Meets Or Exceeds Ece 22-05 Standards


  • DRY-TECH® Removable Washable And Moisture Wicking Liner
  • Lightspeed Quick Change Shield Replacement System
  • Integrated Internal Sun Visor (Amber)
  • D-ring Retention System
  • Breath Box Included
  • 2 Shell Sizes

To ensure that the proper sized item arrives, we suggest customers follow brand specific sizing guides. Google and other search engines provide a wealth of information in regards to specific brands sizing. Just because you currently wear a certain size, a new brand may have slightly different fitment specifications. Please reach out to us if you have any questions regarding the fitment of the brands we carry and we can provide you with more accurate sizing charts on a brand-by-brand basis. 1-877-745-4232

As well please use SIZING CHART here.

In order for a helmet to protect properly and be the most comfortable, it must be sized to your head correctly.

The best way to check sizing is to put the helmet on and see that the helmet feels snug equally all around your head. The helmet should not feel too tight or too loose at any particular point around your head.

If you can’t put it on, at all, then that’s obviously too tight. If you can get it on, but it hurts where it presses against your head, that’s also too tight. If it’s snug all around, too snug to chew gum, that’s about right. Don’t forget about that 15 percent to 20 percent break-in that will occur.