Triple Aught Design Team Wendy EXFIL SAR Tactical Helmet

Apr 1, 2019

Category: Gear

When it comes to rugged and highly-functional tactical gear to execute daring missions, Triple Aught Design produces the goods. Investing their talented-minds into cranial protection, they have created the first purpose-built Search and Rescue helmet with the Team Wendy EXFIL SAR Tactical Helmet.

The American-made Triple Aught Design Team Wendy EXFIL SAR Tactical Helmet is built to protect heroes in the field with its high-performance impact liner, polycarbonate copolymer shell, and overall Mil-Spec construction. The helmet meets various standards, including Mountaineering, Whitewater, and Advanced Combat Helmet blunt impact requirements. It’s even constructed for use with night vision devices thanks to its aluminum Wilcox NVG shroud. For a precise and comfortable fit, it features a 4-point CAM FIT retention system with chin cup and a Boa Fit System for adjustability. Built to be mission-capable no matter what you’re facing, this tactical helmet is ready for the worst. Equip yourself with the best tactical helmet on the market today for $335.

Purchase: $335

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