Uvex P.8000 Ski Touring Helmet

Uvex P.8000 Ski Touring Helmet
Uvex P.8000 Ski Touring Helmet
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P.8000 Ski Touring Helmet by Uvex
Your skis are lighter, and your boots are lighter; it only makes sense to get a lighter helmet, and--only weighing 310 grams--the Uvex P. 8000 Helmet is certified for ski mountaineering, backcountry touring, and even mountain biking for weight-conscious adventurers. Designed for the ascent as well as the descent, the P. 8000 features a removable lining, detachable earpads, and airflow vents to keep you comfy on the climb. As soon as you reach the summit, the lining wicks the sweat off your brow before you enjoy those well-earned turns.

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SKU: UVX003O
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