Anon Define Helmet - Kids'

Anon Define Helmet - Kids'
Anon Define Helmet - Kids'
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Define Helmet - Kids' by Anon
By definition, kids are wild-things who have a strong appreciation for adventure, make more messes than imaginable, and, of course, fall down quite a bit. In the Anon Define Helmet for Kids, your little rabble-rouser bounces back quicker than a helical spring cascades down a set of stairs. Built to be kid-proof, the Define is fully fashioned with mini-thrasher friendly features--including glasses compatible goggles--that would make most adults jealous. Equipped with the two-piece Endura-Shell construction, the exterior provides ample protection while the magnetic Fidlock and Boa Simple Fit system ensures a fine-tuned, secure fit so your grom's grey matter remains unscathed when a spilled French-fry suddenly becomes more like an amplified tumble roll. The Strapper Keeper is unique to the Define helmet and simplifies the kit with its all-in-one helmet and goggle. Conveniently enough, it retains the goggle strap in a streamlined alignment so you don't have to worry about missing goggles post that interpretive-dance-cartwheel in shred class. The included goggles come complete with dual layer face foam, channel venting, cylindrical lense, and a lightweight TPU frame.

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SKU: ANO002A
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