Bern Rollins Snow Helmet
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Bern Rollins Snow Helmet 2015

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Material: [shell] ABS, [impact foam] EPS
Ventilation: Yes, top vent slots
Adjustability: crank fit
Weight: 17 oz
Audio Compatible: Yes
Certifications: CPSC, ASTM F2040
Recommended Use: Skiing, Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Bern Rollins Snow Helmet

Steam rolling the market this winter is the all new Rollins. Utilizing Bern's tried and true Zipmold Technology this helmet has a tapered, thinner, low profile fit that is lighter weight with a higher strength to weight ratio than in-mold helmets. Throw that into a sleek new styling with hidden internal adjustable vent sliders that have a set and forget functionality for as little or as much ventilation as you need.

Key Features of Bern Rollins Snow Helmet:
  • Crank Fit
  • Zipmold Technology
  • Stealth Slider
  • Weight: 16.9 oz approximate weight
  • CPSC, ASTM F 2040, EN 1078

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Great Helmet No Speakers
Great product fits perfectly and is comfortable all day. Would have gave it a 5 if ot had speakers. It's speaker ready.
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March 7, 2015
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What does, includes wireless audio ready premium kit mean? does this mean its wireless comparable, or that the helmet already includes the wireless speakers? if included who are they made buy?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2014
Best Answer: It means it the helmet is ready to accept speakers. They are no longer included rather they are compatible.
Reply · Report · Chad SStaff on Nov 10, 2014
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Can this be made into a Bike helmet with Bern's Zip Mold summer liner? I know all other Bern Zip Mold helmets can be but this style looks different and also the padding from what little I can see in the pic looks different?
justin B on Apr 22, 2015
Best Answer: Hi Justin, I believe that this helmet, along with their Kingston, are the two exceptions. While most other Bern helmets can transition with a removable liner, I believe that these two models feature adjustable, non-removable liners.
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