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Torch T2 Bike Helmet

Torch Apparel have returned with the new and improved Torch T2 Bike Helmet. The guys first made headlines back in 2012 with their T1 version, and now they are back with a new upgraded version. T2 features a new and improved polycarbonate shell, a more flexible dial-adjuster, a power indicator, and 3 times the battery life of the T1. Recharging the battery has also been made easy by using an included USB cable. The innovative helmet is an essential safety upgrade for bike commuters, allowing you to be visible in all conditions, from all angles. watch the video



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