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Red Trace II Audio Snowboard Helmet

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Material: Durable Injected ABS Shell
Ventilation:
  • Yes
Adjustability: FineTuning
Weight: n/a
Audio Compatible:
  • Yes
  • Included
Certifications:
  • ASTM F2040
  • CEN 1077
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Red Trace II Audio Snowboard Helmet

The Red Trace II Audio Snowboard Helmet combines state of the art features with intelligent design. Hit the road with this durable lightweight helmet that is both fun and protective. One of the best features of this helmet is the long-lasting Injected ABS shell. This helmet is tough enough to protect the head in the worst case scenario yet light enough to be worn with comfort. The Red Trace Helmet is audio accessory compatible in case you want to listen to some tunes while you’re out on the mountain.

Key Features of the Red Trace II Audio Snowboard Helmet:
  • Snow, Skate, Bike Crossover
  • Durable Injected ABS Shell
  • Removable Ear Pads
  • NoAir Vent Plugs
  • REDphones Audio Accessory Compatible
  • RED+Anon Co-Development
  • Unison Technology
  • FineTuning
  • Goggle Gasket
  • NEW & Improved Removable Goggle Clip
  • Core Protection Standards
  • ASTM 2040, CPSC, and CE 1077B in EU

Trace II Audio


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Much more comfortable than wearing standard headphones plus you don't have to worry bout them falling out while riding. Another thing better than headphones is since they're not pressed right up against or in your ear so you can still hear your friends talking to you on the lift. This can also be a negative that they're not against your ear cuz when it's really windy you have to turn them up high since the wind goes between your ear and the speakers... I found wearing my under armor hood with it tends to help with this problem as well. Sound quality on the speakers was far beyond what I expected it to be. Don't expect it to be like bose headphones but quality is still good. Fits well with my oakley crowbars but the fit is perfect with my Anon Hawkeyes. No gaps between the two with either goggles. I personally feel that the Hifi is a bit more comfortable but this helmet fits a little more loosely and is worth every penny you will spend on it.
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in the description it says "audio accessory compatible" does that mean it just plugs in to an iPhone/ipod? Or is there something else i need to buy?

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A shopper on Dec 6, 2013
Best Answer: It plugs right into your iPod/iphone. Nothing else needed. There's a headphone jack in the helmet and a mini-jack (headphone) cable that plugs into it and you can plug the other end into your MP3 player. Attached to the cable is a microphone if you want to talk on the phone and a volume off switch. There might be a button but I can't remember (I never used it). I loved this helmet and the speakers are surprisingly good quality!
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