WRSI Current

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The WRSI Current Rescue Helmet is designed to provide maximum safety, with a highly adjustable and comfortable fit, for boaters and rescue professionals. High quality and user friendly.WRSI stands for Whitewater Research and Safety Institute, an organization founded to advance whitewater safety awareness and technology.The Current is designed to fit a range of head sizes. It includes 9 pads of different thicknesses that you can easily mix and match for a custom fit. A multi-impact shell combines with an EVA foam liner and a polyurethane sub-shell to effectively dissipate impacts. Soft EVA foam pads line the sub-shell for extra protection and comfort. They attach with hook-and-loop patches.1" x 3.5" reflective strips on the sides and back of the helmet greatly increase your visibility in low-light situations.The Interconnect Retention System works as an adjustable harness to ensure a safe and secure fit.

- NRS

The NRS WRSI (Whitewater Research and Safety Institute) Current Helmet comes with an inexpensive price tag so you can paddle with the maximum safety that NRS helmets are known for. This multi-impact shell utilizes ABS plastic, polyurethane, and an EVA liner to dissipate impacts from trees and rocks. The Interconnect Retention System features nine EVA pads with different thicknesses to provide a completely customizable--and very comfortable--fit for any sized dome. WRSI's process uses wind-powered technology to create products without a lot of production waste.

- Backcountry.com

The NRS WRSI Current Helmet is designed to provide maximum safety for whitewater kayakers, rafters and canoeists, with a highly adjustable and comfortable fit. High quality and user friendly.

- Mountain Gear

WRSI Current Kayak Helmet - The Current helmet is on the leading edge of development. The result of intense research work by WRSI and Johns Hopkins, it is a superior multi-impact helmet for use in a water environment. It features a four-layer multiple impact shell design for maximum absorption and dispersion of collisions. The O Brace retention system locks the helmet firmly in place on your head, preventing the helmet from rolling back and exposing the forehead. Special attention was paid to the chinstrap as well, resulting in a one-piece continuous strap that decreases rotation. Designed to fit a wide range of heads, the included pad system lets you customize the fit to further reduce movement and increase comfort. Ventilation holes allow air flow and drainage. Whether you're kayaking, rafting, sailing, or kiting, with the Current you'll be able to focus on having fun on the water.

- Outdoorplay