NiteRider Hardshell Helmet Mount

NiteRider Hardshell Helmet Mount
NiteRider Hardshell Helmet Mount
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Hardshell Helmet Mount by NiteRider
There are moments where a light mounted to your bike will be completely useless: when you're turning, looking for sticks and stones, or finding your campsite after a day-long rides. Alternatively, there aren't any moments where you'd rather have your light mounted on your helmet with NiteRider's Hardshell Helemt Mount.

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SKU: NRI0161
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