Sweet Protection Rocker HC

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Sweet Protection only makes one helmet that's more protective than the Rocker Helmet, and that's the Rocker Full Face. Unless you're charging waterfalls the size of a small building, the standard Rocker is enough for the biggest challenges in the river. Sweet used a unique combination of thermoplastic and carbon fiber to make the shell softer at the crown and more rigid toward the sides. Coupled with the high-impact, low-weight EPP foam inside, this combination of material allows for the most versatile impact protection from big, low-speed hits and small, high-speed bonks. All in all, you get a lid that fits like a glove, drains quickly, adjusts in mere moments, and keeps your skull safe in the whitewater when that's all that matters.

- Backcountry.com

Sweet Protection Rocker HC Whitewater Kayak Helmet - The Sweet Rocker HC helmet from Sweet Protection is a high-performance helmet with superior protection. 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 offers great durability and additional impact protection. The molded EPP padding provides very durable shock-absorbing properties while remaining light weight. 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 Rocker helmet is the pinnacle of whitewater protection.

- Outdoorplay

The embodiment of whitewater protection, the Rocker Half Cut Helmet from Sweet Protection gives you the strength and lightweight rigidity of carbon fiber with the comfort of a shock absorbing Coolmax liner. The adjustable visor adds some style so people can pick you out on the river.

- Mountain Gear