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The Spotlight: Shift’s Whit3 Label Helmet Gives All-Round Peace of Mind

Shift Whit3 Label Helmet
Where's your head at? Actually, what's it in? If you're in need of a new lid, Shift's Whit3 Label helmet will have you covered for summer and beyond.

Hello, spring! Hello, summer…? We’re almost there, too, Kiwis. With the sunshine, comes longer days, which should lead to longer rides. If not, well, you’re doing something wrong. So, along with planning more rides, it might also be time to freshen up your gear bag. It’s best to start from the top – not just of your body, but what is also the most important piece of gear, too – and make sure your head is protected. You can do that with the Shift Whit3 Label Helmet, which will give you peace of mind, while keeping your mind in one piece during the inevitable digger that always come around.

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If there is one thing you should never compromise on, it’s head protection. Thankfully, with Shift’s Whit3 Label Helmets you don’t have to. Whit3 Label helmets offer protection and performance at a price you won’t find anywhere else. The helmet uses an injection molded polycarbonate shell for a great balance of strength and lightweight feel.

The nine intake vents generate massive airflow and four exhaust vents prevent overheating. An ultra-plush, moisture wicking Dri-Lex comfort liner is soft against your skin and maintains a dry environment inside your helmet. The helmet meets ECE/DOT 22-05 certifications, so you can ride confidently knowing your helmet is up to the task.

The right amount of protection and performance doesn’t mean you have to break the bank, either. That’s why the Shift Whit3 Label helmet brings a totally new standard for design, fitment and ventilation for a dirt bike rider, all for just $239.00.

Those attributes come as part of the “Pure” campaign, which includes the head-to-toe Whit3 Label line of gear. Now, head down to your local Shift dealer and get in it, if only to have a fresh lid to keep you safer over the summer.

Main Photo: Alick Saunders Photography


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