K2 Rival Helmet

K2 Rival Helmet
K2 Rival Helmet
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Rival Helmet by K2
For the all-day shredder who's more focused on bagging vertical feet than having an over-the-top helmet, the K2 Rival Helmet offers top-notch protection in a simple design. This lightweight dome-protector boasts a ton of tech. In-Mold construction uses an EPS liner that's molded directly to a lightweight polycarbonate outer shell; it's construction for ultralight helmets that also offers industry-standard protection. This brain bucket fits snugly with the K2dialed Fit System, which allows you to adjust the fit of the inner liner with a simple twist of a dial at the back of the helmet. But it won't keep your head hot; passive-Channel Ventilation uses three large vents in the front, top vents, and back vents in order to direct cool air through the front and pull hot air out the back. And the Full-Wrap liner's breathable fabric moves chilling, sweaty moisture from the surface of your head so it can quickly evaporate so your head stays dry and warm. Simplicity, so you can focus on that steep and scary line in front of you.

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SKU: K2S1321
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Manufactured by K2
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