Sweet Protection Trooper II MIPS Helmet

Sweet Protection Trooper II MIPS Helmet
Sweet Protection Trooper II MIPS Helmet
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Trooper II MIPS Helmet by Sweet Protection
Hit the slopes this winter in the Sweet Protection Trooper II MIPS Helmet and enjoy a covered head without discomfort. The Thermoplastic Laminated Carbon Fiber (TCF) shell has a high strength-to-weight ratio, enabling it to maintain rigidity without weighing you down. EPS foam absorbs and distributes shock to a larger area than was hit, and Impact Shield inserts add even more shock absorption to the more crucial zones at the front and back of the head. MIPS technology takes on the rotational forces of a glancing blow, reducing what gets transferred to your head and neck. An Occigrip turndial fit system lets you dial in a customized fit, keeping you comfortable for long days on the slopes.

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SKU: SET0031
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