Bell Endeavor Helmet - Women's

Bell Endeavor Helmet - Women's
Bell Endeavor Helmet - Women's
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Endeavor Helmet - Women's by Bell
Whether you're just getting into riding or your current helmet is sweat-caked and ready to be retired, Bell's Endeavor Helmet offers lightweight, dependable protection with plenty of understated style. Bell starts with an In-Mold polycarbonate shell that's bonded to an impact-absorbing EPS body, followed by its Lightweight Kit to secure the helmet. Lightweight kit is made with a webbed material to add comfort in places where the straps sit next to your skin, and it's designed to not absorb as much sweat as traditional materials -- hopefully extending the time you have until inevitable white patches show up on your straps. The Endeavor features Bell's proprietary TAG Fit System as well, which allows you to adjust the helmet laterally and vertically so that it's truly secure in the event of a crash. Bell perforates the sleek, compact shell with 19 vents to keep you cool on your hottest, slowest climbs, and the helmet's shape was developed with Bell's Overbrow Ventilation design, which aims to direct airflow over your head and into the vents as efficiently as possible.

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