Sandbox Classic 2.0 Snow Helmet

Sandbox Classic 2.0 Snow Helmet
Sandbox Classic 2.0 Snow Helmet
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Classic 2.0 Snow Helmet by Sandbox
Hit the slopes in the Sandbox Classic 2. 0 Snow Helmet. Their signature brim helmet in a sleek, low-profile design provides both comfort and style as you ski or snowboard. Its Hard Core EPS foam was designed to withstand high impacts when you take a tumble and its multiple fit pads come in varying thicknesses to help create a perfect fit for your day of seeking new lines. Stealth vents allow air to flow into channels in the liner where moisture and heat is then pushed out through the rear vents to keep a pleasant environment inside the helmet. The ear covers add warmth on cold mornings and have built-in audio pockets that can accommodate varying headphone sizes. Finally, The Classic 2. 0 comes equipped with Sandbox's Trip Clip. An 'industry first' slide on, slide off goggle clip that offers three positions so you can work around your goggle strap buckle and adjuster.

SKU: SBX0011
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