Louis Garneau Global Helmet

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Weight : 305 g

Product Description

  • Certifications: CPSC-ASTM-CEN
  • Vents: 21
  • Ergobuckle --> Ergonomically-shape quick-release helmet fastener
  • Steplock --> Easy strap position adjustment
  • In-Mold Technology --> Technology for better durability
  • Spiderlock Quad --> One-hand quick and accurate fit
  • Airdry fusion padding --> Better comfort and optimum ventilation
  • Ringlock --> Insures helmet's integrity on impact
  • Visor Global --> Sun protection
  • Visor in the box

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