Giro Launch MIPS Helmet - Kids'

Giro Launch MIPS Helmet - Kids'
Giro Launch MIPS Helmet - Kids'
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Launch MIPS Helmet - Kids' by Giro
Whether it's their first season riding the slopes or they've been doing it since they could walk, outfit your mini shredder with the Giro Launch MIPS Helmet. The in form fit system creates a snug fit that is comfortable to wear all day at the ski resort. MIPS technology disperses the impact force during a crash, redirecting energy around the shell of the helmet. Built in ventilation channels keep the helmet cooled off during bluebird days in the spring for practical use all season long.

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SKU: GIR00JI
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