Bell Nomad Helmet

Bell Nomad Helmet
Bell Nomad Helmet
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Nomad Helmet by Bell
The Bell Nomad Helmet is built for riders who love exploring new trails. The Nomad keeps your head covered during a sport where the risk of taking a spill is ever-present--especially on trails you don't know as well. It's constructed with Fusion In-mold Polycarbonate which bonds to EPS foam to create a lightweight, yet protective helmet. MIPS technology absorbs rotational forces during an impact, and the Nomad has plenty of features to keep you comfortable during the rest of your time on the bike. The combination of an Ergo Fit dial and No-Twist Tri-Glides let you find a customized fit while 15 vents provide plenty of airflow to keep you cool. A removable visor keeps the sun out of your eyes, while a sweat guide pad pulls perspiration away to keep your vision clear.

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SKU: BEL00HT
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