Product DescriptionBell Metropolis Helmet '07 features reserved metropolitan styling, high-end features and unparalleled adaptability make the Metropolis the ultimate lid for city and suburb alike. An innovative set of optional accessories allows the helmet to be customized for all conditions, from wet to cold to dark and everything in between. Bell's Fusion In-mold construction for superior durability the Metropolis includes 16 vents with Channeled Ventilation for great air flow, a one-hand-adjust GPS fit system, a removable Blade visor and easy setting Cam-lock Levers for quick strap adjustments. It also features a few firsts the in-mold SoftShell bottom wrap is made of a supple yet durable rubber that protects the helmet's lower from the dings and wear of everyday use while its rear strap allows riders to add standard flasher lights for better visibility.
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