Shred Ready Standard Fullface Whitewater Helmet


Color: Pearl White
Price:
Sale price$152.95

Description

The Shred Ready Standard Fullface Whitewater Helmet has been designed from the ground up to provide unparalleled performance and safety. The Standard is safe, light and more affordable than any other fullface on the market. The Standard Fullface is comfortable to wear and it doesn't cut down on visibility. Update for 2018 featuring the new HOG 3.0 Retention system that utilizes a BOA system to easily dial in the perfect tension.

Features
  • ABS injection molded shell.
  • Multi-Impact molded EPP liner
  • HOG 3.0 BOA Retention system.
  • ABS injection molded face mask
  • Interchangeable compression molded closed-cell foam fitting pads with super plush material that hooks to liner
  • Soft nylon webbing
  • Stainless steel rivets and burrs to stop the corrosion
  • Duraflex fasteners, adjusters, and stops
  • Four-point retention system.
  • One-Year limited warranty on workmanship and materials.

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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