Scott Couloir Mountain Helmet

Scott Couloir Mountain Helmet
Scott Couloir Mountain Helmet
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Couloir Mountain Helmet by Scott
No matter the month make sure you bring your Scott Couloir Mountain Helmet with you as you embark on a backcountry skiing mission, day at the resort, or multi-day mountaineering escapade. This helmet offers lightweight protection thanks to a Casidion insert, a dialed fit thanks to the Halo Fit system, and impressive moisture management and cooling thanks to the Coolmax system and Passive Venting.

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SKU: SCO00YP
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