This Quad Bike Helmet is a versatile, lightweight helmet and has been designed to meet the needs of farmworkers. With its rugged construction, lightweight, and fully ventilated shell it’s just the ticket for comfortable all-day use and makes the AgHat far more practical than a much heavier motorcycle helmet. This helmet is multi-fit it can be adjusted to your head.

This helmet is an essential piece of equipment for anyone using a quad bike for work purposes.

We also supply a Quad Bike Roll Bar and a Kevlar Quad Bike Helmet, view our full Quad Bike Safety range HERE

Key Features:

    • Multi-fit ATV Safety helmet: Adjustable to fit 52-64cm
    • Clear un-hindered vision with open-face design
    • Un-hindered hearing unlike most motorcycle helmets
    • Lightweight: Weighs only 590gm
    • DUAL SAFETY STANDARD: NZS 8600:2002 (ATV) plus AS/NZS1801:1997 (Type 1)
    • Certified protection for Farming, Forestry, Arboriculture & Construction
    • Vented for warm-weather comfort
    • Clean helmet lining means the helmet remains free from parasite infestation
    • The new modified liner has a recess for cap domes, so you can comfortably wear a beanie or cap under your helmet

Certification & Approval:

  • Helmet certified to AS/NZS1801:1997, Type 3.
  • Face shield is approved to EN166 (equivalent to AS/NZS1337.1).


These helmets are suitable as quad bikes and ATV helmets where the vehicle is travelling at speeds up to 30 KM/H, Greater than this speed the user will require a full-face helmet. Pacific Helmets NZ Ltd strive to continually further develop and improve our helmet designs and features, we do endeavour to update all information as this happens, but please be aware product may vary slightly from the Photo and/or listed details, this will at no time compromise the performance of the product.

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment has confirmed that all quad bike users will be legally required to wear appropriate head protection at all times and undergo operator safety skills training,

The new Safety, Health and Welfare at Work regulations aim to help prevent fatal and serious injury arising from quad use.

Quads accounted for 14pc of all reported agri-related fatal incidents involving vehicles in the 10-year period from 2011-20.