NRS WRSI Current Helmet 2020

NRS WRSI Current Helmet 2020
NRS WRSI Current Helmet 2020
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WRSI Current Helmet 2020 by NRS
The WRSI, or Whitewater Research and Safety Institute combined with NRS to offer the Current 2020 helmet, the leader in protection and comfort. This multi-impact helmet is designed with advanced technologies to reduce or eliminate impacts, while a padded EVA liner increases comfort while sending it down rapids all weekend long.

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SKU: NRSR05Q
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