Anon Flash Helmet - Kids'

Anon Flash Helmet - Kids'
Anon Flash Helmet - Kids'
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Flash Helmet - Kids' by Anon
Give your little ripper a boost of confidence when they don the Anon Flash Helmet. This junior-sized noggin-cover features injection-molded ABS to ward off dings all season long, and it's lined with classic fleece at the interior and on the ears for extra comfort and warmth on cold days. If the kiddo likes wearing a beanie beneath their helmet, you can easily remove said liner and ear pads. Passive ventilation assists with climate control if they're shredding in the park, and it helps draw moisture away from their goggles to keep pesky fogging at bay. Anon equipped the Flash with a magnetic snap chin strap for easy on and off, and interior tabs for getting the perfect fit.

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SKU: ANO004W
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