Scott Couloir Freeride Helmet

Scott Couloir Freeride Helmet
Scott Couloir Freeride Helmet
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Couloir Freeride Helmet by Scott
Clip up the chin strap of the Couloir Freeride Helmet before a day in the backcountry or before heading up first chair at your local resort. This helmet uses a lightweight and well ventilated construction to keep you cool and comfortable no matter where you are riding that day.

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SKU: SCO00YQ
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