Masuri Original MKII Legacy Senior Helmet (Steel Grille)

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Non-Cloth covered helmet with a steel grille.

British designed and manufactured single shell protection, providing an affordable and lightweight helmet for the cricketer that prefers the old style, traditional Masuri helmet over the new, high tech Vision Series range. 

Masuri combines modern manufacturing techniques and the latest technology in plastics, along with Masuri's traditional DNA in order to bring back the Original Series range. This was a favourite for many years with international players all over the world including; Brian Lara, Jaques Kallis, Brendon McCullum, Matthew Hayden and many more! Obviously, all new safety requirements are met and surpassed, as one would expect from Masuri.

The Original Series MKII utilises the soft cell foam front and back liners to contour to your head shape, ensuring a snug fit every time without the need for a cumbersome adjustor. 

Compliant with BS 7928:2013

Size Guide - To Fit Head Circumference

  • Standard 580-610mm 
  • Large 610-640mm


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rating Very good quality and service
Evan D. on 10/01/2017 Great service and for the price you're paying for this product you won't find a better helmet out there
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Vincent F. on 26/01/2017 Excellent service and product
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Cameron S. on 22/03/2018 Happy with product
rating Excellent!
Arthur K. on 02/09/2018 Solid fit and gives a great protective feeling. The new model has a shell that goes a bit further down the back of the head which is great for extra protection. However, less so for wicketkeeping as when you are standing up, your neck pushes and tilts the shell forward a bit. But that's not the end of the world. Minor adjustment in your stance can fix that :)