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Bell 4Forty MIPS Mountain Bike Helmet (Slate/Orange) (M)

Low Price: $94.99
 
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Expected to arrive Friday, January 17 2020
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The Bell 4Forty MIPS mountain helmet is built to withstand the rigors of a trail riding life. With its generous ventilation, the comfort of Float Fit and built-in Sweat Guide, extended rear coverage, a full hard-shell, and adjustable visor, the 4Forty MIPS is an off-road champion. Boasting the comfort, protection, and broadly capable features of helmets costing twice as much, the 4Forty is a bantamweight, all-condition helmet packing a heavyweight value. 

The 4Forty MIPS also features the Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) as standard equipment. MIPS technology reduces the rotational forces caused by angled impacts and this added technology does not compromise fit, ventilation, or style. 

 
Features: 
  • Fusion in-mold polycarbonate shell delivers a lighter, more durable, and better ventilated design
  • Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) reduces the rotational forces caused by angled impacts
  • Float Fit is a minimalist, lightweight retention system with an easy-to-turn dial for adjustments
  • Goggleguide Adjustable Visor System accommodates both goggles and glasses and works with or without the visor attached
  • No-Twist Tri-Glides are quick-adjust fasteners to help keep straps flat and properly positioned
  • Sweat Guide pad design pulls moisture away from brow pad and away from eyewear
  • 15 vents ensure cooling comfort
  • Adjustable visor helps protect against glare, rain, and trail debris
Size Guide:  
Small: 
52-56cm, 20-22in  
Medium: 55-59cm, 21.6-23.2in  
Large: 58-62cm, 22.8-24.4in

This product is expected to arrive on Friday, January 17 2020