Oakley Mod 5 Helmet

Oakley Mod 5 Helmet
Oakley Mod 5 Helmet
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Mod 5 Helmet by Oakley
Without a well-functioning noggin, picking a clean line through technical terrain is pretty much rendered obsolete. So do your due diligence and protect your melon with the Oakley Mod 5 Helmet. Not only is the Mod 5 stylish as all heck, but it features a hybrid shell construction that ensures it stays lightweight without skimping on protection. Additionally, the Modular Brim System ensures that no matter what goggles you pair with it, you won't get that brain-freeze-inducing gap, while the Adjustable Venting ensures customized comfort. And speaking of customization, the liner and ear pads are fully removable and washable, which is bound to come in handy on those warmer spring days. Not to mention, the Boa dial provides a personalized, fine-tuned fit, so your helmet isn't sloshing around like a rogue child going bee-lining it through the moguls.

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SKU: OAK019W
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