POC POCito Skull Helmet - Kids'

POC POCito Skull Helmet - Kids'
POC POCito Skull Helmet - Kids'
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ito Skull Helmet - Kids' by POC
The continuously adjustable, high visibility, and child-specific POCito Kid's Helmet represents an unprecedented development in youth head protection on the ski hill. POC started with their adult racing helmets as a template and gave this helmet a softer lining with better shock absorption for lower speed impacts. They also made the helmet's shell continually adjustable so it can grow with your little one. The Swedes at POC also believe that visibility is paramount to a child's safety on the mountain so they included a removable blinking LED light and a nametag for parents' contact info on this fluorescent helmet along with a matching reflective vest.

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SKU: POC0024
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