Marker Consort Helmet - Women's

Marker Consort Helmet - Women's
Marker Consort Helmet - Women's
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Consort Helmet - Women's by Marker
Whether your day calls for the terrain park or the secret, off-the-beaten path powder stashes at the resort, the Marker Women's Consort Helmet will handle all of these scenarios and more. Using a double in-mold construction, which places an impact-resistant EPS foam on the inside of the helmet and a durable polycarbonate outer shell for strength and puncture resistance, the Consort assures protection and flawless style. Additionally, the MarkAir ventilation system, dual-position climate control, and the removable ear pads allow you to dial in the perfect fit and temperature.And since all noggins are all unique snowflakes, the size adjustment is quick and easy thanks to the Rotate To Size fit system, and a goggle safety lock keeps your goggles secure even if they fly off the back of your head in a fall. For maximum comfort and a cushy fit, the lining is made of Volume Fleece that has increased warmth and an antibacterial treatment. This sweet helmet is ready to take on anything with great styling and features that make it a great choice for a season of skiing or riding.

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SKU: MRK002E
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