Lift - DAX Carbon Fiber Full Brim Hard Hat

Lift Aviation


Sale price $159.50 Regular price $171.20

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DAX Carbon Fiber Full Brim Hard Hat Features

This carbon fiber hard hat has a full brim and is reinforced with resin. It has a 6 point suspension system for both comfort and impact protection. With an innovative synthetic leather comfort dome and an over-sized ratcheting fitment dial, it's easy to adjust even while wearing gloves.

  • A Carbon Fiber reinforced resin shell provides superior structural rigidity.
  • Brim grip, exclusive design provides a secure feel
  • Perforated synthetic leather comfort dome with molded EVA foam insert for additional shock absorbing protection to the top of head
  • Oversized ratcheting fitment dial to adjust size, easy to grip and use with gloves on
  • Meets ANSI Z89.1-2014 requirements for Type 1, Class C.
  • Designed to offer outstanding protection in hot and dangerous industries, the DAX Hard hat shell has been tested to radiant heat loads producing temperatures up to, but not exceeding, 350˚ F (177˚ C).
  • Moisture-wicking foam backed microfiber liner reduces sweat build-up
  • 6 point suspension system for a secure, comfortable fit
  • Triple reinforced crown for superior impact protection

Hard Hat Weight

Our Carbon Fiber Hardhat Weighs in at an average 315g grams without suspension system. With suspension it weighs on an average of 460 grams.

CSA Standard

This product currently does not carry the certification established by the Canadian Standards Association (CSA).

Uniquely Designed

Each Dax hard hat carbon fiber shell is hand laid giving it a unique, one of a kind appearance.


The lifespan of a hard hat may differ depending on the conditions of the work site. Factors such as increased wear and tear or exposure to direct sunlight may necessitate more frequent replacement. Daily inspections are crucial in determining when to replace the hard hat shell, suspension, or entire unit. It is recommended to replace hard hats every five years, taking into consideration their service life rather than the manufacturing date. While five years is a general guideline, this may vary based on usage and job site conditions.