SUGOi Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover

SUGOi Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover
SUGOi Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover
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Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover by SUGOi
Ample air flow is a boon for those hot, midsummer rides but becomes something of a hindrance when the temperatures dip below freezing. Cover those vents and stay warm with the Sugoi Zap 2. 0 Helmet Cover, which boasts wind and water resistant fabric to keep you going mile after mile. Reflective detailing increases visibility to motorists in low-light and snowy conditions and a little spandex makes sliding this cover over your helmet a cinch.

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SKU: SUG008T
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