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Bern Bandita EPS Helmet Thin Shell Kids satin blue (2019)

ID: 479646
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Product Description

Designed specifically for the pre-teen set, the Bandita brings the adult style and good looks of the Lenox to smaller heads. With its baseball-style hard brim, clean lines, fun colors, and light weight, the Bandita is sure to please even the pickiest of young riders. Featuring our tried-and-true ABS/EPS construction, our dial-adjustable Crank Fit retention system, and a moisture-controlling premium liner, the Bandita brings the quality and fit and finish of our adult helmets down to younger riders. And, because the Bandita passes all bike and snow safety certifications, it can go with your child wherever their activities take them - from the bike path, to the neighborhood streets, to the local ski hill and beyond.

Details

  • For children from 8-15 years of age
  • Thin Shell Technology
  • Sink Fit: Deep seat for more protection of the back of the head
Specifications
Intended use
Urban/Commuting, Ski and Snowboard
Helmet Design
Shell construction  
Adjustment system
Crank Fit  
Ventilation Openings
Number: 10  Piece
Visor
Screen  
Weight
493  g
Compliance
EN 1078, CPSC, EN 1077 B
Material
ABS Out Shell, EPS Hard Foam Inner Padding  
Gender
Children
Model year
2019
Product number
479646
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