Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS LE Helmet

Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS LE Helmet
Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS LE Helmet
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Rooster II MIPS LE Helmet by Sweet Protection
This Limited Edition model of the Sweet Protection Rooster II MIPS Helmet has the technical features of the original, with exquisite, handmade paint finishing and details. The Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer has an extremely high strength-to-weight ratio, allowing this helmet to have high impact performance while maintaining a low-profile look and a low weight. This helmet has integrated MIPS technology to reduce the rotational forces affecting the head and neck in glancing impacts. The Rooster features a full EPS liner which absorbs shock while Impact Shield inserts in the most crucial zones distribute targeted impact over a larger area. A moisture-wicking lining keeps you comfortable as you ride and is easy to remove to wash, and the ear pads are audio-compatible so you can add your favorite system (sold separately).

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