Smith Zoom Jr. Helmet/Gambler Goggle Combo - Kids'

Smith Zoom Jr. Helmet/Gambler Goggle Combo - Kids'
Smith Zoom Jr. Helmet/Gambler Goggle Combo - Kids'
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Zoom Jr. Helmet/Gambler Goggle Combo - Kids' by Smith
A helmet without goggles is like peanut butter without jelly, and the Smith Kids' Zoom Jr. Helmet/Gambler Goggle Combo is like one of those containers with the PB&J all swirled together--it's the whole package. The Zoom Jr. is a lightweight, fully-certified snow helmet with EPS impact foam, a soft furry lining, and a fully adjustable Dial Fit System. It sports Smith's AirEvac 2 ventilation system, designed to prevent the Gambler Goggles from fogging up, and it has a removable rear clip to help your grom hang onto his goggles.The Gambler Goggles are kid-friendly with a simple design--a Fog-X anti-fog inner lens keeps their eyes clear so they can see where they're going, hypoallergenic face foam forms a snug seal around their face to keep drafts out, and the dual-slide strap adjustment makes it easy for them to cinch their goggles down all by their lonesome.

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