Marker Kojak Helmet

Marker Kojak Helmet
Marker Kojak Helmet
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Product Description
Kojak Helmet by Marker
The Marker Kojak Helmet combines a rugged hard shell construction with comfort-enhancing features to keep your head safe while preventing clamminess when you're out on the mountain. This ski helmet features a tough yet thin ABS outer shell and an EPS foam core for solid impact protection without excessive bulk. A fit adjustment dial in the back of the helmet allows you to customize a secure fit, and it is easy to operate with just one hand, as well as with a glove on.Soft and thermally-efficient lining insulates while wicking moisture and is antibacterial and is hand-washable for long-wearing comfort and durability. The lining can also be removed if you prefer the feel of your own beanie. Securing the under-chin strap closed couldn't be easier thanks to the big and easy to use fiddle-free Fidlock OG buckle that only takes one hand to slide closed, and it is easy to operate with a glove on. A goggle clip at the back of the helmet secures your specs but can also be removed for a more streamlined look.

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SKU: MRK001F
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