Product DescriptionThe Bell Youth Girls' Trigger Bike Helmet provides a dialed-in fit for optimal safety. An easy to adjust Ergodial, pinch-proof chinstrap, and camlock ear straps all work together for a precision fit. Bells' in-mold microshell injects EPS foam into the shell for one durable, protective layer rather than taping two separate layers together. The Trigger helmet comes with 23 channeled air vents for maximum ventilation when your little ripper's tearing it up through the neighborhood.
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