Marker Kojak MAP Helmet

Marker Kojak MAP Helmet
Marker Kojak MAP Helmet
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Kojak MAP Helmet by Marker
Even when you're skiing alone, you're not lonely--the Marker Kojak MAP Helmet is there for you, cradling your noggin in its protective embrace. Lined with closed-cell foam for impact absorption, this baby is your best friend on the mountain. MAP, which stands for Multi-impact Adaptive Polymer, is super lightweight and lines the inside of your Kojak for increased protection against multiple impacts. The foam is soft and flexible, keeping your noggin comfortable while you're exploring terrain, but it stiffens upon impact, absorbing energy so your head doesn't have to.

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