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Brooks Harrier Road Helmet
$112.50 - $150.00 $150.00 Up to 25% Off
A racing helmet for sportives, cyclocross, criterium or off-road, Brooks offers the Harrier in the distinctive Brooks road helmet design. An aerodynamic and light helmet with a sleek appearance for a safe and comfortable helmet on road or off, thanks to four cooling channels for ample airflow. Key features include size adjustable fit system, a polycarbonate outer shell and attractive Brooks branding. -Total Fit System -Multi-Directional Size Adjustment -Great Direct Ventilation -Anti-Bacterial Padding -Custom Chinstrap -Brooks Rivet -In-moulded Construction -Protective Ring -Integrated Structural Frame
Fox Racing Speedframe Pro Helmet
$128.00 - $136.00 $160.00 - $170.00 20% Off
Performance-Focused Open-Face Trail Helmet The Speedframe Pro Helmet has earned Virginia Tech's best rating (5 STARS) in its Bicycle Helmet Ratings program. Designed with input from our pro mountain bike athletes, this top-tier open-face trail helmet offers a market-leading feature set including MIPS, an easily adjustable multi-position visor, and a 360-degree fit system. The pro version is equipped with a Varizorb dual-density EPS liner, Fidlock SNAP helmet buckle, and an XT2 antimicrobial comfort liner. Features - Proven MIPS impact protection system reduces rotational forces in a crash - Varizorb Dual-density Varizorb EPS - Fidlock SNAP helmet buckle provides quick and secure entry and exit while wearing gloves - Removable, washable XT2 liner is antimicrobial and manages odor while wicking moisture away from the head - Optimized venting with channeled, in-molded EPS provides efficient cooling - Goggle compatible, 3-position adjustable visor - 360 Fit System allows you to dial in your perfect fit every ride - Weight: 380g Sizing - Small = 51 – 55cm - Medium = 55 – 59cm - Large = 59 – 63cm Certifications - CPSC - EN 1078 - AS/NZS 2063
Fox Racing Flight Helmet
$41.25 - $60.00 $60.00 Up to 31% Off
The Flight Helmet takes the traditional dirt-jump lid to all-new levels of protection, performance, and comfort. The M9 Multi-Sector liner uses 9 distinct segments for improved fit, comfort, and superior breathability. Additionally, it is made using our proprietary Varizorb Multi Density EPS foam which absorbs, disperses and reduces the force of impact to the head in crashes. - Dirt-jump and trail-specific functionality - M9 segmented EPS design for improved fit, flexibility, and comfort - Varizorb multi-density EPS liner provides improved protection - Thin ABS shell for reduced weight - 8 large Big Bore vents for increased airflow and lighter weight - Heat-sealed comfort liner for a clean look and feel
Fox Racing Flight Sport
$36.00 $45.00 20% Off
The Flight Sport is the entry-level version of our BMX dirt jump helmet. A single-density layer of EPS combined with our proven ABS hard outer shell inspires confidence for riders of any age and experience level. Features - Dirt jump and trail specific functionality - Single density EPS liner - Thin ABS shell for reduced weight - 8 large Big Bore vents for increased airflow - Heat-sealed comfort liner for a clean look and feel
Cannondale Burgerman
$26.25 - $35.00 $35.00 Up to 25% Off
Cannondale's Burgerman kids helmet combines protection, ventilation, and Jon Burgerman's fun designs for a helmet your little ones won't take off. Sizing - X-Small: 48-54cm - Small: 52-57cm Features - Weight: 240g (Small)- - Multiple vents, including some with bug screens - In fusion mold technology - Easy fit system - Soft-touch webbing and pinch guard buckle
Kali Protectives Maha Helmet
$24.00 - $32.00 $30.00 - $40.00 20% Off
Wrap your noggin in slick-styled comfort with Kali's Maha Helmet. It's got an ABS shell for rugged durability, and underneath, the expanded polystyrene materials ensure sturdiness and reliability. It all snugs up comfortably thanks to the adjustable, anti-microbial fit pads that you can pull out for washing to keep the funk at bay. And, with Kali's notoriously awesome graphics, you look as great as the Maha feels.
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