Giant Factor Full Face Helmet

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MSRP : $100.00


Product Description

  • Durable injection molded polycarbonate shell
  • Adjustable fleece lined chin strap
  • Adjustable 3 point visor with aluminum fasteners
  • EPS foam liner
  • Meets CPSC standards for bicycle helmets

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