Louis Garneau Quartz II Helmet

Louis Garneau Quartz II Helmet
Louis Garneau Quartz II Helmet
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Quartz II Helmet by Louis Garneau
Weighing just over 8. 8-ounces and featuring 33 oversized vents with moisture evacuation channels, the Louis Garneau Quartz II Helmet offers ultra-light, incredibly airy protection from nasty spills on the road. Its Super MSB technology places ring-shaped plastic along the base of the helmet to reinforce its perimeter in the case of a heavy impact. The lightweight composite skeleton provides extra structural support upon impact. Further shielding your noggin from heavy blows, you'll find the helmet's In-Mold construction fuses the polycarbonate outer shell to a foam liner for impact-absorbing protection. X-Static XT2 antimicrobial padding dries quickly and resists funky odor build-up when you're sweating profusely. The Spiderlock Pro II closure system stabilizes the helmet without causing pressure points or uncomfortable bunching. Plus, it quickly tightens with the simple spin of a dial for easy on and off. As a bonus, you'll find included reflective decals for added safety when you're riding in low-light conditions, such as dawn and dusk hours.

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SKU: LGN0914
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Manufactured by Louis Garneau
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