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USTLW

USTLW

Lightweight Traditional Helmet

  • Over 10oz. (0.5 lbs.) lighter than many of our most popular UST/USTM configurations.
  • Enhanced super matte-finish
  • Full impact liner system
  • NFPA 1971 Cetified

UST

UST

Classic Traditional Style

  • Available in gloss (UST) and matte (USTM) finish
  • Tough fiberglass composite outer shell
  • 36 custom comfort settings
  • Full inner impact liner system
  • NFPA 1971 Certified

FX

FX

Contemporary Design

  • Certified to NFPA 1971 standard
  • Fiberglass outer shell
  • 36 custom comfort settings
  • High wearing comfort
  • Custom fit adjustment points

PX

PX

Contemporary Design

  • Thermoplastic outer shell
  • Ideal for heavy duty impact
  • 36 custom comfort settings
  • Full inner impact liner system
  • NFPA 1971 Certified

LT

LT

Low-Profile Design

  • Lightest structural configuration
  • 36 custom comfort settings
  • Patented Bullard M-Pact Shell™
  • Quick-Attach™ blade system
  • Includes SmartRidge Design
  • NFPA 1971 Certified

USRX

USRX

Rescue Helmet

  • Dual Certified: Structural & Rescue
  • For extreme USAR conditions
  • 36 custom comfort settings
  • Patented Bullard M-Pact Shell™
  • Quick-Attach™ blade system
  • 3-pt chinstrap with postman's slide

MAGMA

MAGMA

Low-Profile Design

  • Available in Type A and B
  • Lowest weight and the most superior comfort in its class
  • Sleek design
  • Fully customizeable
  • EN 443:2008
  • Does Not Meet NFPA
  • Shell Style:
    Shell Material Preference: Learn More

    Shell Material Preference


    Fiberglass outer shells are more resistant to chemical attack and more stable at extreme temperatures than those made of thermoplastic material. Bullard’s glossy Fiberglass FX and UST helmets also feature durable, consistent color that is applied through powder coating and resists scratching more than wet paint. The matte USTM’s pigment is molded directly through the shell, so nicks and chips are less visible.


    Thermoplastic outer shells provide greater impact and penetration resistance than fiberglass and are more reliable with repeated heat exposures. Thermoplastic helmets also have excellent durability, standing up to daily wear and tear to maximize a department’s investment in head protection equipment. To see the performance differences between a Fiberglass and Thermoplastic helmet during the NFPA 1971’s destructive 500-degree, 5-minute heat test,

  • Preferred Features: