Sweet Protection Blaster MIPS Helmet

Sweet Protection Blaster MIPS Helmet
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Blaster MIPS Helmet by Sweet Protection
Price subject to change | SKU: SET000V

Sweet Protection Blaster MIPS Helmet

When it comes to protecting your brain, there's no such thing as going overboard. Sweet Protection took their already extremely safe Blaster helmet and added revolutionary MIPS technology to make it even safer. The Sweet Protection Blaster MIPS Helmet offers the latest in impact protection technology to keep your brain safer than ever while still providing a lightweight feel and low-profile look. The Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) allows a small rotation of the outer shell relative to the liner when your head hits at an angle in order to decrease rotational forces, reducing potential damage to your brain. In-Mold construction fuses a thin polycarbonate shell to EPS foam to keep weight and bulk to a minimum without sacrificing safety, and ABS side panels offer extra protection in high-impact areas. Integrated Impact Shields take things a step further through optimized geometry that distributes impacts over a larger surface area in order to decrease damage. The OcciGrip adjustment system ensures a snug and secure, yet comfortable fit. Multiple vents channel airflow through the helmet to keep your head cool on leg-burning runs, while a quick-drying, moisture-wicking liner rids the helmet of heat-robbing moisture so you don't freeze when you're sitting on the lift. When temps rise in the spring, you can pop off the removable ear pads for warm weather comfort.

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