Salomon Grom Visor Helmet - Kids'

Salomon Grom Visor Helmet - Kids'
Salomon Grom Visor Helmet - Kids'
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Grom Visor Helmet - Kids' by Salomon
It seems like just yesterday he was careening down the bunny hill in an uncomfortably wide power wedge, and now he's conquering bumps and steeps like a big kid. Your not-so-mini shredder has a need for speed, so pop the Salomon Kids' Grom Visor Helmet on his head and let him get after it.The in-mold design is light and low-profile, with EPS foam that helps absorb energy on impact. The ventilation system regulates airflow keeping your little shredder's head cool and comfortable, and the custom dial fit system can be easily adjusted to fit a growing kid. The pull-down visor not only gives your grom ample peripheral views, but it stops them from dropping their goggles off the chairlift or losing them after a yardsale.

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SKU: SAL014X
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