Bell Transfer Helmet

Bell Transfer Helmet
Bell Transfer Helmet
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Transfer Helmet by Bell
The Bell Transfer brings comfortable full-face coverage when you're ripping laps at the bike park or shuttling downhill trails with your friends. The tough polycarbonate shell is equipped with nine ventilation ports, including three brow ports that channel fresh air throughout the helmet to keep you cool.

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SKU: BELP03O
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