Sweet Protection Rooster LE Helmet

Sweet Protection Rooster LE Helmet
Sweet Protection Rooster LE Helmet
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Rooster LE Helmet by Sweet Protection
Lots of helmets can keep your skull in one piece and your brain whirring, but how many of them can say they're made of incredibly lightweight and strong carbon fiber' Not many, but Sweet Protection's Rooster LE Helmet is one of the exceptions. These limited editions models are detailed with exclusive paint finishes to help you stand out on the slopes. Built with CRP (carbon fiber reinforced polymer) shell technology, the Rooster is exceptionally rigid and light to keep your noggin safe. EPS impact foam and impact shield inserts help disperse forces across the whole helmet, not just where impact occurs, while MIPS technology disperses rotational impacts to help reduce the risk of brain injury. The Rooster LE Helmet is light and safe, but also comfortable. A Coolmax moisture-wicking liner helps keep your head sweat-free and just the right temperature. Sweet Protection's removable fitpads help you customize the fit of the helmet, while removable ear pads provide wearing versatility.

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SKU: SET002B
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