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Material: ABS Shell and EPS Foam
  • Yes
  • Yes
  • K2Dialed
Weight: 394g
Audio Compatible:
  • Yes
  • Included
  • ASTM F2040
  • CEN 1077
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet

The Rival is the helmet of choice for the ultimate in lightweight and simplistic design. Its combination of style, performance and fit creates the perfect helmet for all day shredding.

Key Features of the K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet:
  • FEATURES: Passive Channel Venting, K2dialed Fit System, washable Full-Wrap Liner System
  • ADDED PRO FEATURES: Level 3 Baseline Audio System
  • SIZES: Small (51-55cm), Med (55-59cm), L/XL (59-62cm)
  • PRO COLORS: White Tag, Black Tag, Green, Factory Grey
  • WEIGHT: 394g

Rival Pro

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K2 Rival Pro Ski Helmet
Already Asked: 4 Questions, 24 Answers
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Marcin M: K2 is the best Jan 19, 2014
Kyle M: Style and Fit Jan 7, 2014
G O: good style with audio decent price Jan 5, 2014
John F: Features & Fit Jan 2, 2014
Daniel G: This seems like a good item but mainly got for the audio system Dec 27, 2013
Lewis G: goes with my gear and the audio features. Dec 8, 2013
Delain Z: Son picked it Dec 6, 2013
Michael T: Helmet fit well and had decent audio. Excellent price ! Dec 3, 2013
mark l: good price Dec 2, 2013
Gavin B: Looks great, K2 has a great Reputation and a sick deal Nov 29, 2013
T H: Great helmet, and great discount! Nov 29, 2013
Charlie H: Music capability and adjustable fit Oct 27, 2013
JUAN CARLOS T: design and sound included Aug 22, 2013
Nathaniel D: 40% off
Level 3 Audio
K2 Dial-fit adjustment
Aug 16, 2013
andre b: I like the look and thought it would be cool to try the audio. Aug 13, 2013
Mark M asked: Is the audio Bluetooth, or how do you plug in? Dec 2, 2013
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Kevin W: Not Bluetooth. If your model is audio compatible (there is a model with no audio), there is a single jack on the lower back edge adjacent to the adjustment wheel behind your left ear as you wear the helmet. Also the helmet should of come with an audio cord to connect the helmet to your devise. Jan 7, 2014
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Charlie H: This item is not Bluetooth as it sits but can be upgraded with correct aftermarket components. There is an audio jack for the wire (supplied) in the back of the helmet that is wired to both ear pads. Dec 2, 2013
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Patrick E: Plug in an axillary cord in the back of the helmet. This would basically work for your iPhone or MP3 player, just like a pair of headphones. No Bluetooth. Dec 2, 2013
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Nathaniel D: Plug in (a cable is provided for this purpose). Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: I can't get both speakers to work, what kind of cable upgrade do you recommend? Jan 3, 2014
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Lewis G: I would recommend the Beats by Dre audio cable. it's $11 on amazon but you can definitely tell a difference in the sound quality with the cable i'm referring to.Search for this on amazon: Beats by Dre Solo/Mixr/Studio Replacement ControlTalk w/Mic Volume Control Cable. Jan 4, 2014
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Michael T: A 1/8 To 1//8 Cable is all you need. As the one supplied is not very heavy duty. If that doesn't work, maybe exchange helmet Jan 4, 2014
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Nathaniel D: Make sure you use the white end of the audio cable into the helmet. I had similar issues but this made both sides work. Jan 3, 2014
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Gary D asked: I already have the helmet, but I can't figure out how to skip tracks. Rican play and pause it, and it will skip back if I click the button three times. How do I skip forward? Dec 3, 2013
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Warren H: Skipping tracks has to do with the device where the music is stored, Not the helmet. If you can skip a track when listening through a headset, you will be able to do it with the helmet as well. Jan 3, 2014
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Gary D: Yeah man... I downloaded a different app and now it works great Jan 3, 2014
Jake A: two times = skip Dec 12, 2013
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