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Free Gear Fridays: Sweet Protection Trooper 2Vi MIPS Helmet and Boondock RIG Goggles Giveaway

Here at GearJunkie, we test a lot of gear. And we’re fortunate to test new, cutting-edge products. Now, we want to give you the chance to win some gear too.

This week, two lucky winners will each receive a Trooper 2Vi MIPS helmet and a pair of Boondock RIG goggles from Sweet Protection

skier carving lines in the snow wearing sweet protection gear
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More on the Prize

Hit the slopes in Sweet Protection’s new Trooper 2Vi MIPS helmet. This helmet is completely re-engineered with the user in mind with the revolutionary 2Vi Technology platform developed by Sweet Protection.

The helmet is made with a pre-preg carbon fiber and reinforced mono-shell with upgraded protection performance. The 2Vi technology outperforms previous models by providing protection against rotational forces with the integrated 2-layer MIPS technology. The Trooper 2Vi MIPS helmet has enhanced ventilation, fit, and comfort in a lighter package for more comfort.

Additionally, the winners will also score a pair of Boondock RIG goggles. These semiframeless goggles provide a snug fit and a large field of vision. Venture through the day with 100% UV protection and RIG technology, which helps maximize contrast while reducing color distortion and eye fatigue.

 

More on the Brand

Sweet Protection is based in the mountain village of Trysil, Norway. The company notes that it designs and manufactures “industry-leading innovation with the finest craftsmanship available to create the most advanced Helmets, Eyewear and Apparel for Ski and Snowboard, Bike, and Paddlesports.”

Founded in 2000 by a close group of skiers, cyclists, and whitewater kayakers, Sweet Protection has built a team of award-winning designers, technicians, and athletes. Over the years, Sweet Protection has grown from a local garage into the international scene. As the company moves forward, Sweet Protection emphasizes its commitment to innovation and its passion for protection.