Sweet Protection Rocker Fullface

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Sweet Protection Rocker Full Face Whitewater Kayak Helmet - The Rocker Fullface helmet from Sweet boosts your confidence when facing the challenges of life. This full coverage helmet offers the most extensive protection available. The TLC outer shell combines the elasticity of injection-molded thermoplastic with the rigidity and strength of carbon fiber, enabling Sweet to fine-tune the shell for optimum performance. An ABS inner shell with CRP technology reinforcements offers great durability and additional impact protection. The molded EPP padding with EVA reinforcements provides very durable shock-absorbing properties while remaining light weight. A low profile composite jaw guard helps keep your teeth where you'd like them, and the unique construction flexes under load, reducing the forces applied to the neck. An included fit kit and adjustable straps allow you to customize the fit, and the neck-hugging OCCIGRIP no-roll tensioning system keeps everything solidly in place. The adjustable visor keeps splash & sun out of your eyes, while the CoolMax liner lets you charge full speed. The Sweet Protection Rocker Fullface helmet is the ultimate in whitewater protection.

- Outdoorplay

Consider the Sweet Protection Rocker Fullface Helmet if you regularly charge waterfalls and rapids that would make sky divers and bull riders nervous. This is Sweet Protection's most protective helmet, and it's enough for the biggest challenges in the river. Sweet used a combination of thermoplastics and carbon fiber to make the shell softer at the crown and more rigid toward the periphery. Coupled with the high-impact, low-weight EPP foam inside, this material combination provides the most versatile impact protection from hard, low-speed hits and small, high-speed bonks. You get a lid that fits close, drains quickly, adjusts in the blink of an eye, and keeps your skull and jaw safe when you're ripping through rough-and-tumble whitewater.

- Backcountry.com