Lazer Sport X5 Full Face Helmet

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Product Description

  • Construction: Technopolymer injected
  • Fit System: Double D ring buckle
  • Ventilation: Chin
  • Features: Removable and washable pads, Adjustable visor
  • Weight: 1450g
  • Certification: ECE 22.05 – DOT – AS 1698

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