Salomon QST Charge Helmet

Salomon QST Charge Helmet
Salomon QST Charge Helmet
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QST Charge Helmet by Salomon
Designed for hard-charging powder hunters in both the resort and the backcountry, this helmet is light in weight and equipped with lots of ventilation to keep you cool and comfortable as you rip down heart-pumping runs and bootpack to untouched glory.

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SKU: SAL01U2
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