The T-Dub Kayak Helmet was born because the original TDUB kayaking crew wanted more coverage than the Shaggy Helmet (and to contain their prolific mountain-man locks), so after some concerted lobbying for such a product, the folks at Shred Ready complied. Featuring a stylish look, along with tons of coverage to protect your dome in case you need to combat roll in the shallows, the T-Dub checks off all your boxes for a river lid. This helmet also employs an HOG 3. 0 Retention Boa dial system to keep the fit snug and secure, even if you get totally worked in a recirc, and only takes seconds to take on and off. A Multi-Impact VN foam liner laminated to the closed-cell comfort foam provides a comfortable fit that offers substantial protection, while the four-point retention system allows the helmet to be worn forwards or backwards depending on the weather or your mood.
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