September 3 2007.

Vemar has produced two replica helmets to celebrate the brand's close ties with riders in the MX1 and MX2 World Motocross Championships. The specialist Italian manufacturer supports Aprilia works rider, Chicco Chiodi in MX1 and Yamaha factory racer, Davide Guarneri in MX2. Both replicas are based on their VRX5 model.

At just 1200g, the VRX5 is extremely light thanks to its tri-composite carbon-aramidic-fibreglass shell, which is produced in sizes X-Small to X-Large. Sizes XS to Medium have a smaller external shell than sizes Large to XL, ensuring a more accurate and comfortable fit. This also contributes to the compact design, which helps to minimise wind resistance. Its peak is adjustable and a goggle holder is fitted as standard.

Constant ventilation is provided through front vents on the chin bar and brow with exhaust vents behind the jaw, on the crown and over the neck. All of the vents at the front have anti-insect grilles fitted as standard. Comfort is further enhanced by the interior lining, which is treated with Antimicrobial Sanitized Protection to ensure it stays fresh and is also removable and washable.

Nice touches include chrome effect covers over the vents on the chin bar and the aerofoil and bright multi-coloured lining fabric.

The Vemar VRX5 carries the ACU Gold Badge for sport and is available in Chiodi and Guarneri replicas as well as Repsol, Movistar, Skull and Shadow graphics, all priced at £139.99.

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