Sweet Protection Igniter II MIPS Helmet - Women's

Sweet Protection Igniter II MIPS Helmet - Women's
Sweet Protection Igniter II MIPS Helmet - Women's
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Igniter II MIPS Helmet - Women's by Sweet Protection
The Sweet Protection Igniter II MIPS Helmet provides comfortable and lightweight freeride protection with plenty of ventilation to keep you confidently skiing or riding in the backcountry in cool comfort. Its injection-molded ABS shell delivers high performance in a light weight package while the inner impact shields absorb and distribute shock when you take a tumble. The Igniter also features MIPS technology that reduces rotational forces on the brain when you crash. Inside the helmet is Sweet Protection's performance interior for easy fit adjustments and excellent ventilation. Its 3D shaped vented lining wicks moisture and is removable so you can easily wash it. Topping it all off, the helmet is audio compatible so you can jam to your favorite tunes as you send it when you add Sweet Protection's Audio Chips.

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