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Red Frequency Snowboard Helmet

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Specs

Material: Ultra Lightweight in Molded Polycarbonate Shell
Ventilation:
  • Yes
Adjustability: Updated MC Mechanical Fit and Comfort System
Weight: n/a
Audio Compatible:
  • Yes
  • Not Included
Certifications:
  • ASTM F2040
  • CEN 1077
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Red Frequency Snowboard Helmet

Stay protected all season long with the Red Frequency Snowboard Helmet. The Red Frequency Snowboard Helmet is ideal for snowboarding adventures as it provides great ultimate protection. It features a super lightweight shell, offering true comfort. With its mechanical fit and comfort system, this helmet provides added comfort, ideal for all day wear. It provides a great ventilation system, ear padding and a comfort liner. Feel ultra comfortable while staying protected all day long.

Key Features of The Red Frequency Snowboard Helmet:
  • Ultra Lightweight in Molded Polycarbonate Shell
  • ClimaControl Ventilation System
  • Updated MC Mechanical Fit and Comfort System
  • SoftFIT Comfort Liner
  • Removable Goggle Gasket
  • Quick Clip II Ear Pads
  • Audio/Subwoofer Ear Pad Accessory Compatible
  • Zip Clip Ratcheting Chin Buckle
  • ASTM 2040 / CE 1077 Certified in EU
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    Red Frequency Helmet
    This helmet is a nice switch up from all the other styles of red helmets out there without looking like a dork. If you don't want too look like everyone else with a helmet but still want to look good, this helmet is for you. This will be my 3rd season riding with this helmet. It keeps my head and ears warm without an extra layer between. This is the one thing I have to complain about; even though it comes with a goggle gasket, I constantly have to adjust my goggles so there isn't cold air hitting my forehead
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    November 27, 2010

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