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Broken popper on chin strap

The inside of the chin strap popper has broken off. The bit that the earpiece attaches to has come away from the chin strap rivet. Can you get a new rivet?

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Scott Ski helmet chin strap velcro wrap is fraying where can I get a replacement for it, it is the soft chin pad through which the chin strap goes through.


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You're best bet is to contact Scott directly. It may still be under warranty - even if it isn't, you may be able to get a replacement or repair at no charge...if they stand behind their product that is...

Scott USA
PO Box 2030
Sun Valley, ID 83353
1-800-292-5874

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