We've all got that one line that intimidates us, that we second-guess ourselves on, or fully take the easier route to avoid confronting it at all. We tell ourselves that maybe we're just not ready for it, but maybe -- just maybe, what we really need is an extra boost of confidence in the form of protection, so toss on the SHRED Short Stack Helmet, and shred that line with confidence. The Short Stack is built for all-mountain, trail, and enduro riding, and features Shred's exceptionally light SLYTECH honeycomb-cone structure impact foam. This structure is designed to intelligently adapt to impacts, and when paired with Shred's Rotational Energy System, or RES for short, you'll find an unparalleled synergy between the two to combat both linear and rotational forces. Shred claims that RES scales in at both the lightest, and thinnest solution for addressing rotational hits currently on the market, and while we haven't put that to the test, we're all for making our helmet systems a little more on the featherweight side, especially when it doesn't come at the cost of our security. The Short Stack doesn't end with its tech-packed protection though, it also utilizes 20 strategically placed vents to help keep you cool, and XT2 pads that use silver to provide permanent odor control, so you can feel fresh after a day of berm-blasting.
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