Sweet Protection Trooper II Helmet

Sweet Protection Trooper II Helmet
Sweet Protection Trooper II Helmet
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Trooper II Helmet by Sweet Protection
The Trooper II Helmet is the headgear from Sweet Protection that will keep you comfortable and confident this winter. Its Thermoplastic Laminated Carbon Fiber (TCF) shell is extremely lightweight compared to its strength and rigidity. Underneath the shell, an EPS foam layer sits ready to absorb shock and distribute it across a larger area, while Impact Shield inserts add extra absorbance to the crucial zones at the front and back of the head. An Occigrip turndial lets you customize the fit, and the helmet is audio-compatible so you can add your favorite wireless chips if you like.

SKU: SET0033
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