CCM FitLite Helmet Combo

$269.99 6 in stock

Description

The new CCM FitLite helmet features engineered subshells to create a lightweight professional level of protection. Designed to better manage rotational acceleration by integrating CCM’s groundbreaking R.E.D. (Rotational Energy Dampening) System to its innovative comfort liner, the CCM FitLite helmet is combining the advantage of a fully customizable lightweight fit with innovation in safety protection.

R.E.D. SYSTEM

Liquid filler bladders positioned between the liner and the player’s head - Revolutionary technology developed with Oblique Technology and the University of Ottawa to reduce rotational acceleration of the head during an impact.

LINER

Low density flexible EPP with Lycra laminated comfort cushions - Offers a lightweight professional level of protection and a state of the art comfort.

MICRODIAL II

Allows a 360° wrap and adjustment - Optimal fit and comfort with an occipital lock to best keep the helmet in place during play.

SHELL

Two tone high density PE shell with PETG subshell Lightweight protection with team customizable colors.

Sizing Chart

Helmet Size Hat Size Circumference (cm.) Circumference (in.)
Small 5 3/4 - 7 56 - 56 18" - 22"
Medium 6 1/2 - 7 3/8 54 - 59 21.25" - 23.25"
Large 7 1/4 - 8 58 - 64 23" - 25.25"

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