With freeride style and high-alpine capabilities, the Scott Couloir 2 Helmet will stay snug on your head all year long. Scott designed the Couloir 2 to be a dual-standard helmet, meaning it's suitable for ripping pow in the winter and climbing skyscraping mountains in the summer.Scott utilized Casidion protection technology with this helmet in order to increase protection while reducing weight. Casidion technology decreases bulk and keeps the helmet low-profile, and is designed to take on up to seven impacts per second. The Passive Venting and Coolmax Moisture Management systems work in harmony to keep your head cool during spring skiing pursuits and times of high-output, and the headlamp fixation comes in handy during alpine starts and evening pow laps.
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