|Material:||[shell] polycarbonate, [impact foam] Zipmold foam|
|Audio Compatible:||Yes, Not Included|
|Certifications:||ASTM F2040, CEN 1077|
|Recommended Use:||Snowboarding, Skiing|
|Manufacturer Warranty:||1 Year|
Description: Bern Brentwood Snowboard Helmet
Guys this is the coolest helmet out there: Bern Brentwood Snowboard Helmet. This helmet is made to make you look SICK. The appearance is enhanced by the low profile construction, meaning less of the helmet without less of the protection. Of course you have to love extra features, and the give you twin goggle clips, air vents, and clips made for easy use when wearing gloves. And then of course there's the feature that really stands out, the integrated visor. How cool
- 12.5 oz.
- Sink Fit - Low profile - surround fit and feel
- Eyewear Channel - Molded eyewear channels for comfortable fit
- Channel Air-Flow - Air channels that pull air through front vents and allows air to exit through back vents
- Twin Clip - Two goggle clip locations for custom fit
- The Clips - Patent pending snap clip system for cold and warm weather liner integration
- Zip Mold - High strength to weight ratio / Polished, seamless, tapered finish / Gives you a thinner, lighter, lower profile helmet
My personal opinion, since I used this helmet once before i decided its too tight on my temples, is that this helmet rocks in the minimal design department! Stylish plain and simple with high build quality, I do feel my head will be in once piece if I hit my head.
For fitment I notice they run one size smaller, so their XL is the same measurement as RED's L, which is what I need, but I have a L in bern, a little tight on my temples.
Love the clip, its easily detachable and installed even without looking behind my head. snap button lining is awesome, allows for switching up linings for winter and summer (ie, snowboarding, then going bike riding with it) and the great this is this helment can be used for more purposes besides skate/snow because they are certified to be bicycle helmets, which is a lot to consider if you do cycling during the summer and boarding in the winter
I do not have any board shops around me, so online was the only way to go