K2 Entity Helmet - Kids'

K2 Entity Helmet - Kids'
K2 Entity Helmet - Kids'
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Entity Helmet - Kids' by K2
Your kid might be fearless in the terrain park, but you know that his or her developing brain is still fragile, so make sure he or she is suited up in the K2 Kids' Entity Helmet. Hard-Shell construction features lightweight EPS foam bonded to an ABS shell for durable protection. Passive-Channel venting channels air directly between your kid's head and helmet to keep him or her comfy and dry. Plus, the Entity is both snow- and bike certified so your kid can use it all year long, and the K2Dialed fit system keeps up with growing noggins season after season.

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SKU: K2S007I
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