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High impact resistant ABS shell for maximum protection
Package Dimensions: 30.48 H x 21.082 L x 22.86 W (centimetres)
Package Weight: 0.476 kilograms
Country of Origin : China
Easton Z5 2.0 Matte Two-Tone Batting Helmet
Worry less when your young slugger wears the Easton Youth Z5 2.0 Matte Two-Tone Batting Helmet at the plate. This colorful youth batting helmet is built with an impact resistant ABS plastic shell for maximum protection from thrown or batted balls, is vented to keep air flowing around their head, and features dual density foam with moisture-wicking liner for dry, distraction-free comfort while playing.
Dual tone matte finish High impact resistant ABS shell material Dual density foam liner for comfort and shock protection Vents promote airflow and breathability BioDri liner absorbs sweat to keep you dry Meets NOCSAE standard
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