Smith Zoom Jr Helmet - Kids'

Smith Zoom Jr Helmet - Kids'
Smith Zoom Jr Helmet - Kids'
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Zoom Jr Helmet - Kids' by Smith
Ideal for your pint-sized cruiser, the ultra-light, low-profile Smith Zoom Jr Helmet helps protect and deflect impact from tumbles taken while exploring the mountain. Easy to adjust and lightweight, this helmet's in-mold design has a durable PC shell and EPS lining to withstand impact when learning to link heel-to-toeside turns. An innovative AirEvac system prevents his goggles from fogging by pulling moisture away from the lenses, while the Airflow climate control system keeps him cool when he wants to hike the grom park. Plus, the super-soft, fuzzy tricot lining keeps his ears comfortable on colder days without turning him into a giant pumpkin with legs.

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SKU: SMI00BD
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