Marker Phoenix Otis Helmet

Marker Phoenix Otis Helmet
$60.48 $189.00 68% off
Phoenix Otis Helmet by Marker
Price subject to change | SKU: MRK000G

Marker Phoenix Otis Helmet

Your brain is the most important part of your body, so why wouldn't you demand the best to protect it' The Marker Phoenix Otis Helmet features MAP protection, which protects 22% more effectively than standard EPS helmets while also providing a more comfortable fit. Exclusive to Marker, the MAP pads featured in the critical areas at the back of the head, forehead, and temples regains its initial form almost instantaneously so it can protect from multiple impacts during the same crash. The material is also temperature-resistant so it doesn't become less effective in bitter cold conditions, and it also adjusts to your head for a more comfortable fit. Quickly adjust the helmet fit with a dial in back, and secure the strap closed with an easy-to-operate sliding magnetic snap. Both are easy to operate with one hand and without having to remove a glove. A low-profile strap system at the back of the helmet keeps your goggles secured in place, even if you push them off your eyes and back on the helmet. Ear pads offer added warmth and are audio-compatible to accommodate your MP3 player or cell phone, and can be removed if weather conditions don't call for them. The antibacterial performance lining inside the helmet provides thermally-efficient, moisture-wicking comfort, but can be removed if you prefer the feel of your own beanie. Finally, adjustable vents allow you to allow more or less airflow so you can regulate your head's temperature as conditions change.

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