Sweet Protection Trooper Helmet

Sweet Protection Trooper Helmet
Sweet Protection Trooper Helmet
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Trooper Helmet by Sweet Protection
Slashing turns through the trees at 30 miles an hour and hucking yourself off big jumps in the terrain park without a helmet on really is risky business--give your brain some protection with the Sweet Protection Trooper Helmet. Made with a thermoplastic laminated carbon fiber shell, the Trooper is unique in its ability to withstand severe stress while maintaining enough flexibility to absorb energy efficiently. Behind the lightweight shell is EPS foam for increased safety and improved impact absorption.One of the more critical components to any helmet is the way that helmet fits, so Sweet Protection hooked the Trooper up with everything it needs to fit comfortably on a wide variety of head sizes. The Occigrip fit system is a low-profile mechanism that enables the fit of the helmet to be adjusted in order to prevent the helmet from sliding around as you ski. The two front vents can adjusted to accommodate the conditions, while the moisture-wicking polyester liner is treated with a Polygiene odor control finish to prevent the helmet from picking up any unwanted odors over the course of a season.

SKU: SET0016
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