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Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS

Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS

Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS

Bargain price
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Normal price 83.18 $


Quantity
pc


Colour
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS Bolt Gray / Rose Gold
Bolt Gray / Rose Gold
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS Burning Orange
Burning Orange
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS Matte Fluo
Matte Fluo
Sweet Protection Seeker MIPS Matte White
Matte White


Size
One Size (53-61 cm)




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Availability
Some items of this product are available in our stock. The delivery time for this product is immediately if it is in our stock. Otherwise it is approximately 7 - 30 day(s) from the order. The reliability of the estimation is good.

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Location Store (Helsinki): Cycling


Product description

The Seeker Mips helmet is a Sweet Protection road bike helmet at an unbeatable price. Benefitting from the development of the high-end helmets in the Sweet Protection line, the Seeker provides safety, comfort and style without breaking the bank. This model is equipped with the Mips Brain Protection System, a low-friction layer solution designed to reduce rotational forces transferred to the brain. The helmet comes in one size fitting head circumference from 53 cm to 61 cm (20.9 to 24.0 inches). Easily adjustable with the Occigrip turn-dial system.

  • Perfect everyday road helmet
  • Highly ventilated including STACC ventilation
  • Occigrip Turndial
  • Mips
  • One size, with large adjustment possibilities
Weight: 340 g

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 300 x 250 x 150 mm.


Gender
Men, unisex, women


MIPS / SPIN
Yes


Suitability
City, Road


Weight
0.34 kg (with sales package 0.40 kg)


MIPS

MIPS ”Multi-directional Impact Protection System”. The MIPS Brain Protection System is designed to add protection against rotational motion transferred to the brain. Rotational motion aff...


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