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ACLFF helmet complies with the DOT FMVSS-218/ECE R2205 safety standard. The helmet adopts a comfortable and safe design and has excellent head protection. It can provide you with the greatest degree of safety when riding outdoors, so that you can enjoy riding
★Dovetail design, double-sided wearing
★Safety certification half helmet
★EPS high-strength cushioning
★High-Strength ABS Shell
★Hidden HD sunglasses
Product Type: Half Helmet
Size: M(57-58cm) L(59-60cm) XL(61-62cm)
Material: Sturdy and durable ABS shell
Lining: comfortable, breathable, sweat-absorbent
Scope of application: universal for men and women, universal for all seasons
Recommended Uses For：for motorcycle, cruiser, touring, bicycle and scooter
Warm reminder: According to the measurement results, if you like to be looser, it is recommended to take one size larger, and if you like tighter, it is recommended to take one size smaller. The measurement of the helmet size is a manual measurement, there may be an error of 1 ~ 2 cm.
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