Palm Face Guard

 

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Canoe Polo Helmet Faceguard or Canoe Polo Face Guard

The Palm canoe polo face guard is a basic entry level option. This kayaking face mask is perfect for securing to a kayaking helmet, to introduce new comers to the sport of canoe polo.

Palm has designed this to offer basic levels of protection, it secures tot he kayaking helmet via a 4 point anchor system; two points on each side of the helmet. The metal construction is tough and durable and it then features a black plastic coating for durability.


  • General Features
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  • Metal Framework
  • Plastic Coated
  • 4 Point Anchor System
  • - Supplied with nuts and bolts
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