Marker Kojo Helmet

Marker Kojo Helmet
Marker Kojo Helmet
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Kojo Helmet by Marker
Kids are fearless, so reliable head protection is a must; the Marker Kojo Helmet protects your kid's gourd when he's picking up speed, catching big airs, and navigating between the trees on his skis. The Kojo's rigid polycarbonate shell and impact-absorbing EPS foam provide valuable protection, while a customizable fit ensures excellent comfort, so he doesn't take it off as soon as you're not looking. The ventilation system regulates air flow to control clamminess and keep goggles fog-free, and a climate-control lining can be folded over to close off vents when extra warmth is needed.The Kojo's lining helps to wick moisture away from sweaty domes, and it can be removed if your grom prefers to wear his own beanie beneath the helmet. Removable audio-compatible ear pads offer extra warmth over his ears and more tunes, and a removable rear goggle clip is included to keep Junior's goggles from falling off. Marker also gave the Kojo an RTS back adjustment that cinches down with just the turn of a knob, making it easy for small hands.

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SKU: MRK001I
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