Scott Symbol 2 Plus D Helmet

Scott Symbol 2 Plus D Helmet
Scott Symbol 2 Plus D Helmet
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Symbol 2 Plus D Helmet by Scott
Rip down the mountain with speed and confidence when you're wearing the award-winning Symbol 2 Plus D Helmet. You can do this because it's built with Scott's D30 technology, special inserts that are highly shock-absorbing, yet soft and flexible for a comfortable wear, and the in-mold construction maintains a low-profile, lightweight design while increasing protection and durability. Scott added MIPS to protect against angled impacts--hence the lengthened name of multi-directional impact protection system--and gave the helmet a dual-toggle venting system that regulates airflow and dumps heat in the front and top area. They also included 360 Pure Sound Technology, a Scott exclusive, shaped for sound localization to keep you grounded with your environment, and riding safe.

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