Sweet Protection Grimnir II MIPS TE Helmet

Sweet Protection Grimnir II MIPS TE Helmet
Sweet Protection Grimnir II MIPS TE Helmet
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Grimnir II MIPS TE Helmet by Sweet Protection
The Grimnir MIPS Helmet is designed with the idea of compromising between safety and your season edit. Sweet Protection doesn't expect you to hold back, so this helmet features EPS foam to absorb and disperse impact over a larger surface area as well as MIPS technology which minimizes the rotational forces that get passed on to you in the event of a crash. The carbon fiber shell has a high strength-to-weight ratio, so it's able to maintain a low-profile look without sacrificing durability. An OcciGrip adjustment knob lets you customize the fit, while vents help keep you comfortably cool while you ride. The moisture-wicking liner can be removed so you can clean it, and optional action camera mounts ensure that you'll come out of the run with awesome footage.

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SKU: SET002W
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