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Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet

Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet

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   Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet

The Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet has been designed with team TLD Graphics and sponsors logos all around the shell. The SE4 Composite Helmet features MIPS brain protection system, that reduces rotational forces to the brain in the event of a crash. The SE4 Helmet features three shell sizes to provide your head and accurate fit. The Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet comes with 20 intake ports to channel cool air and six rear exhaust ports to get hot air out. Check out the great features the Troy Lee Designs SE4 Composite Unite Helmet has to offer listed below!

   Features

  • MIPS brain protection system, reduces rotational forces to the brain in some crash scenarios
  • EPP (Expanded PolyPropylene) chin bar for lightweight, durable protection
  • Three shell sizes to more accurately fit a variety of head sizes and rider ages, improving overall safety
  • Anatomical –3D” contoured cheek pads with emergency release system for EMS responders
  • Removable snap-in, washable comfort liner with Cool Max® and Dri-lex® moisture wicking materials
  • Super light titanium D-rings save weight and have increased material tensile strength
  • Plastic visor screws and brass inserts for easy impact break-away
  • Stainless steel D-rings are both light and strong
  • Comes with TLD drawstring helmet sock

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