K2 Moxie Pro Helmet

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Note We can not ship K2 products outside of the United States.Description of K2 Moxie Pro Womens HelmetWhen creating this helmet, K2 engineers started with a womens specific head shape to design an elegant, lightweight helmet with efficient temperature regulation using Active Matrix Ventilation. A stylish pony port and the K2dialed adjustable fit system ensure a versatile and comfortable fit. Available in Swirl, black storm and blue tonic, the Moxie Pro is essential for any female skier who wants to stay fashionable and concussion-free.FeaturesSizes Small 51-53cm, Med 53-55cm, Large 55-59cmConstruction In-MoldWeight 500gBinding Options Black Storm, Swirl White, Blue TonicMatrix VentilationK2dialed Fit SystemBaseline Audio SystemWashable Head Liner with Audio PocketPony Port

- US Outdoor Store

Tired of some guy calling you a dude when you rip down the mountain' Grab the K2 WomenAAAs Moxie PRO Helmet and let your hair drape through the stylish ponytail port. Weighing a little more than a pound, this flattering helmet comes with removable speakers in the audio pockets, glove friendly volume control, adjustable vents to keep you cool, and a washable liner to keep things fresh. K2 included the K2dialed adjustable fit system which ensures a versatile and comfortable fit when you ski or ride. The Moxie also meets the highest test standards for ski and snowboard helmets and helps protect your noggin in a fall or in an encounter with low tree branches.

- Backcountry.com

K2 Moxie Pro Helmet

Discontinued

The Moxie Pro Helmet has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$74.98 - $150.00

The K2 Moxie Pro Helmet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 25, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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