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Bern Macon Snowboard Helmet

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Specs

Material: ABS Hardshell
Ventilation: Yes
Adjustability: Adjustable Knit
Weight: n/a
Audio Compatible: No
Certifications: CEN 1077, ASTM F2040
Recommended Use: Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bern Macon Snowboard Helmet

The Bern Macon Snowboard Helmet may look pretty straight forward at first glance, but beyond the physical appearance of this helmet is a much bigger story to tell. For starters, the ABS Hardshell material provides reliability and protection that can rival any helmet out there, which is why it has become the standard. The helmet also includes an adjustable knit, helping to ensure that convenience and versatility are at all-time highs with this product. Overall, the Macon is one of the best helmets available so anyone looking for some serious protection should check it out.

Key Features of the Bern Macon Snowboard Helmet:
  • Knit, hunter knit, visor knit, or flipvisor
  • 13 vents with removable vent cover
  • New adjustable knit
  • Style and versatility

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This helmet can be worn even with my beanie on underneath. It is also just a traditional black color
Eduardo M R on Jan 11, 2014
its a bargain
deborah a on Dec 12, 2013
Because I need to protect my grape from those heavy slams and I liked the price.
David B on Jan 5, 2014
Grandson request
Sheila H on Dec 2, 2013
Looking at the Bern Snowboard helmet Macon. What does
"audio" mean when selecting the color?
vivian z on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: It means that helmet has an audio hook up, allowing you to plug your misc. device into and listen to whatnot, what have you...
Reply · Report · Kari W on Dec 6, 2013
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