Product DescriptionDoes the sight of roadies rocking ?aero? helmets on recreational rides make you cringe? Then you're a candidate for the Six Six One Recon XC Helmet. Less shave-one-tenth-of-a-second and more turn-the-trail-into-a-funplex, this brain bucket lets you rip with money in the safety bank.Moto-style extended rear coverageDetox fit system for quick adjustments and a secure fit18 Intake vents for a cool headRemovable visor
Date Reviewed: November 3, 2012
Strengths: Comfy, Cozy and cool.
Weaknesses: None yet.
Price Paid: $99.00
Purchased At: amazon
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