POC Tectal Race Helmet

POC Tectal Race Helmet
POC Tectal Race Helmet
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Tectal Race Helmet by POC
The snow's melted, the trails have dried out, and you're entering into the sweet spot of the season. Tacky brown pow and temps that haven't reached uncomfortable levels mean its time to grab your gear and get out on the singletrack. Bring POC's Tectal Race Helmet along with you to make sure you stay comfortable and protected while you're rallying over berms and shaking out winter sluggishness. Borrowing design inspiration from its Octal and Trabec helmets, POC uses a clean style and unibody construction for the Tectal Race, extending coverage over the back of the head and temples to keep vulnerable areas protected in the event of a crash. Keeping comfort in mind, POC also carves 15 vents and a lengthy system of air channels throughout the Tectal Race so you won't overheat under your lid when you start working hard on a climb. If you need to make a quick fit adjustment on-trail, just spin the dial at the back of the helmet to get the fit you need, and before you head out, tuck your goggles into the goggle strap at the back and adjust the visor to shield your eyes from sun, rain, or the dirt your ride buddy is bound to spray up in front of you.

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SKU: POC006O
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