Light & Motion Vis 360 Spare Front Mount

Light & Motion Vis 360 Spare Front Mount
Light & Motion Vis 360 Spare Front Mount
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Vis 360 Spare Front Mount by Light & Motion
If you do a lot of night riding on multiple bikes, it's nice to be able to easily transfer your Light & Motion lights from helmet to helmet without having to move the entire strap assembly. This Vis 360 Spare Front Mount works with the front lights in the Vis 360 system, and quickly mounts to any normally ventilated road or mountain helmet.

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SKU: LTM0097
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