Sweet Protection Ascender Helmet

Sweet Protection Ascender Helmet
Sweet Protection Ascender Helmet
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Ascender Helmet by Sweet Protection
When your epic powder lines are lying just beyond the reach of technical alpine ascents, make sure you've got the Ascender in tow. It's Sweet Protection's lightest and most packable helmet, and is certified for both skiing and mountaineering, so no matter how challenging the ascent is you'll be prepared.

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SKU: SET0058
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