X-Shield PJ Helmet Replica With Goggles
The latest line of X-Shield helmets / helmets meets the needs of all airsoft players that are looking for good quality equipment that will serve them well on the airosft battlefield without burdening the wallet to a great extent. The price / quality ratio distinguishes the X-Shield helmets from other products of this type currently available on the market. Retractable ballistic goggles are housed in the shell of the helmet.
The helmet is made out of durable plastic, thanks to which the product is both durable and light. The biggest advantage of the helmet is the wide range of adjustments that can be made to suit the users needs. This is helped by a set of modular helmet protective pads that are made out of hard plastic and soft foam, which can be freely placed inside the helmet thanks to velcro panels. The 4-point lining system with a soft chin part also is also highly adjustable. An additional advantage of the lining system is the fact that it was made in a closed system, i.e. it has no loose, protruding adjusting straps.
Like many other helmets based on the FAST construction, the X-Shield is also equipped with a set of side mounting rails that allow the attachment of a wide range of additional tactical equipment such as goggles, tactical flashlights, headsets, etc. On the forehead of the helmet there is a metal VAS mount and guy lines that allow the installation of NVG systems. A rich set of modular mounts and clips are included in the set.
The cool factor will be elevated thanks to the panels made out of soft velcro placed on the helmet, allowing for the attachment of patches, markings, e-lite tags, etc. The shell of the PJ type helmet has additional holes to improve ventilation and slightly lower it’s weight.
The set includes:
- a set of modular helmet protective pads
- Wing-Loc adapter
- RIS 22mm mounting rail
- 2 x 19mm goggle mounting clip
- 2 x 19mm goggle swivel clip
- 2 x swivel clip for mounting 35mm goggles
- 2 x adapter for mounting rotary clips
- adapter for mounting NVG