NRS WRSI Moment Fullface Helmet with Vents

NRS WRSI Moment Fullface Helmet with Vents
NRS WRSI Moment Fullface Helmet with Vents
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WRSI Moment Fullface Helmet with Vents by NRS
The NRS WRSI (Whitewater Research and Safety Institute) Moment Fullface Helmet with Vents is for serious paddlers who want protection and comfort. This multi-impact shell utilizes ABS plastic, polyurethane, and an EVA liner to dissipate impacts from trees, rocks, and anything else on the river. The Interconnect Retention System features twelve EVA pads with different thicknesses to provide a completely customizable and very comfortable fit for any sized dome. Three ventilation holes at the top and one at each ear provide more comfort by drying the EVA pads quickly. This helmet also has a facebar for more grill protection and a visor for more eye comfort. WRSI's process uses wind-powered technology to create products without a lot of production waste.

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SKU: NRS009F
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