Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS Helmet

Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS Helmet
Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS Helmet
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Rooster II MIPS Helmet by Sweet Protection
The Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS Helmet is the low-profile, comfortable helmet that will keep you feeling and looking great this season. Its Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer shell has a high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing its construction to be low-profile and lightweight without sacrificing durability. The EPS foam lining features Impact Shields in critical zones, working together to absorb force and distribute it across a larger area. MIPS technology takes on rotational forces during an impact to keep you from feeling the full force. The vented lining wicks away moisture and is removable for easy cleaning, and the ear pads are audio-compatible so you can customize it with your favorite system (sold separately).

SKU: SET0035
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