POC Receptor Bug Communications Helmet

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The POC Receptor Bug Communications helmet comes with POC helmet technology, plus Beats by Dre headphones built in. With the remote control, compatible with most smart phones, you can take calls and switch songs and adjust volume right from the cord. No more fumbling with gloves to find your cell phone or music player. Get the best helmet technology in a POC audio helmet. Superior sound and safety. Ventilated double-shell system. EPS liner. Neck roll with Headphones with Remote and Mic from Beats by Dr. Dre. Smartphone compatible cord control for most smart phones. Length of Cable (m): 1,3 m. Weight: 550g. Sizing: XS: 51-52 cm, S: 53-54 cm, M: 55-56 cm, L: 57-58 cm, XL: 59-60 cm, XXL: 61-62 cm. Available Color(s): Black

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The POC Receptor BUG Communication Helmet takes the safety and style of the Receptor BUG and adds a trick audio setup from Beats by Dre. On the safety end of things, the helmet features the double-shell system and an EPS liner that work together to provide excellent puncture and impact protection while offering great ventilation. Spend less time fumbling in your pockets and more time riding with the Receptor BUG Communication Helmet.

- Backcountry.com

POC Receptor Bug Communications Helmet

previously retailed for:
$164.96 - $191.96

The POC Receptor Bug Communications Helmet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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