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Fxr Snowmobile Black Shredder Anti-fog Balaclava Face Mask - Small -new on

US $26.99

Devils Lake, North Dakota, United States

Devils Lake, North Dakota, United States
Condition:New with tags Brand:FXR Shredder Anti-Fog Balaclava Manufacturer Part Number:13710.100X Make:FXR

This is a BRAND NEW with tags FXR Shredder Anit-Fog Balaclava face mask in black, #13710.100XX!  


4-way Stretch mapped, wind-stop system 
Spandex fabrication
Ultra lightweight brushed inner polyester

Designed for use with FXR Cold-Stop Anti-Fog Mask or any helmet with breath box | Blocks wind to dramatically reduce frostbite exposure in the critical collar to helmet gap | Allows 100% breathability at the top of the head

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