Shred Ready Vixen Delux Helmet

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Shred Ready Vixen Delux HelmetDesigned and styled for women only, but we hear some guys love them too.The Vixen is styled after the popular and classic Scooby helmet. With the help of Astrid Ensign, an accomplished woman paddler and graphic designer, we wanted to make a helmet just for women. First we accented the nice flowing lines of the helmet with a ridge which also added rigidity and strength to the shell. Astrid designed the new Shred Ready Dragonfly logo just for this helmet. Great for Kayaking, Wakeboarding, and Kiteboarding.FeaturesBlack Gold Uni-body Carbon & Kevlar Shell with HOG lock.Certified CE 1385 international standard for headgear for whitewater sports.Multi-Impact VN foam liner laminated to closed-cell comfort foam.H.O.G Lock Retention System - fits behind nape of neck for secure custom fit.Interchangeable compression molded closed-cell foam

- River Sports Outfitters

Designed and styled for women only, the Shred Ready Vixen Carbon Helmet protects your oh-so-important noggin from rocks that really don't care about your safety. The fiberglass and Shredlar (armid fiber) Vixen helmet also features removable compression molded ear flaps for toasty days on the water. Available in enough colors to make your head spin, the Vixen doesn't just look like a goodit manages to protect even better.


Shred Ready Vixen Delux Helmet

previously retailed for:
$69.98 - $199.95

The Shred Ready Vixen Delux Helmet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 7, 2012 at River Sports Outfitters.

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