NRS Chaos Side Cut Helmet

NRS Chaos Side Cut Helmet
NRS Chaos Side Cut Helmet
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Chaos Side Cut Helmet by NRS
Protect your head whether you're rafting, kayaking, or river surfing on a stand-up paddleboard with the NRS Chaos Side Cut Helmet. The easily adjusted BOA ratchet system ensures a secure fit, while eight vents along the top of the helmet keep your head cool on those hot summer days.

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SKU: NRS004F
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