Met Echo Helmet

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The MET Echo is a high quality, entry-level trail helmet with plenty of helpful features. The extra coverage around the back of your head helps keep you safe, while the removable visor keeps the sun out of your eyes. It has plenty of ventilation to keep you cool and you can really dial your fit with the 360° adjustable retention system. For the Enduro riders, anti-fog inlets help prevent goggles fogging up, while a specially designed lip keeps them in place, sweet!

Who's this item for: Designed for trail use, but can be used for anything from XC to Enduro.

Construction: Features an in-mould construction with a shock-absorbing poly inner.

Rotational liner: No rotational liner here.

Straps: Comes with a standard staps with an adjustable cam divider.

Retention System: Features MET's Safe-T mid fit system. This has 360° adjustability.

Ventilation: It is well ventilated so should keep you cool even on those hotter days.

Padding: Features a gel front pad and removable, hand washable padding.

Weight: 280gm (S/M), 300gm (M/L).

Pros: It's high quality, lightweight and has plenty of features for the price.

Cons: A rotational liner and adjustable visor would make this helmet even better.

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