SixSixOne Comp XC Helmet

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MSRP : $80.00

Product Description

  • In-molded shell & foam
  • 5 removable/washable CoolMax internal foam pads
  • Easy adjustable quick fit sizing system
  • Rear exhaust ports
  • 20 free flowing vents
  • Easy to use and secure plastic buckle system
  • CPSC & CE helmets standards

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