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Ninja Park helmet

For Throwing Down in the Park

$99.95
SORRY, THIS PRODUCT IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE.
COLORS: Black
SIZES: S, M, L/XL
DESCRIPTION:
The Ninja snowboard helmet has been taken to a minimalist level for the perfect park session. The new Ninja Park features the RideDial™ fit system for a comfortable and secure fit, the magnetic Ride Prime™ goggle strap clip, and beanie compatible no nonsense die cut liner.
CONSTRUCTION:
Lightweight In-Mold PC Construction
RideDial™ Fit System
Beanie Compatible Die Cut Liner
Magnetic Ride Prime™ GRS
Passive Venting
Lightweight In-Mold PC Construction
LIGHTWEIGHT IN-MOLD PC CONSTRUCTION
RideDial Fit System
RIDEDIAL FIT SYSTEM

Customize the Fit or Your Helmet with the Twist of a Dial.

Ride Prime GRS
RIDE PRIME GRS

Whether you choose to ride with your goggle strap on the outside or inside of your helmet, we’ve got you covered. Ride’s new goggle strap securing mechanism can easily be removed, available in a standard snap version and a magnetic version that leaves no trace when removed.

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4.0

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4.0

Ninja. Dope and light

By Hub City

from Boulder, Colorado

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Pros

  • Easy To Set Up
  • Lightweight
  • Lightweight Easy To Wear
  • Warm

Cons

  • No Mesh Have To Use Cap
  • Not Warm

Best Uses

  • Powder
  • Speed

Comments about Ride Snowboards Ninja Park:

Easy to just throw on your head before a run after coming off the lift and wearing your beenie. Super lightweight and durable. Good buy man.

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