Anon Raider 3 Snow Helmet

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Description: Anon Raider 3 Snow Helmet

Simple, skate-inspired performance for year-round, on and off-snow protection.

The men's HCSC x Anon Raider helmet, with exclusive High Cascade Snowboard Camp styling, features Endura-Shell construction for long-lasting durability and strength. The classic skate-inspired design is multi-season certified in North America and Europe, and incorporates venting throughout to keep goggles clear and maximize comfort all day long. The goggle clip is removable for warm weather activities, and the classic fleece on the liner and removable ear pads offers optimal warmth and quick-drying comfort.

Key Features of Anon Raider 3 Snow Helmet
  • Multi-Season Certified in North America and Europe
  • Endura-Shell Construction
  • Passive Ventilation
  • Classic Fleece on Liner and Ear Pads
  • Standard Fit System
  • Audio Accessory Compatible
  • Simple Fit
  • Weight: 595g
  • Certification: CE 1077B, ASTM 2040, CE 1078:2012 +A1:2012, CPSC

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Great fit
Fits as expected. Great quality and fit.
October 20, 2020
Seattle , WA, US
Age: 15-24
1 month ago
Good helmet.
Nice entry level helmet. Got it for my father in law for Christmas and he was happy with the fit and warmth it provided.
December 28, 2019
Age: 65+
10 months ago

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Style is nice
CJ T on Oct 10, 2020
Style is nice
CJ T on Oct 10, 2020
Does this helmet provide less impact protection that higher some other options. Like the smith MIPPS helmet?

I don't give much shits about what things look like or this feature and that.

I want to know if I'm going to survive my next bail. Or get a horrible concussion because i cheaped out on a helmet.

Stay in school kids.
Jordan C on Mar 27, 2020
BEST ANSWER: All of the helmets give great impact protection. When you buy a more expensive helmet you are getting more features i.e. vents, better liners, MIPS, and lighterweight constructions. The MIPS system in helmets are there not for more "impact" trauma but to help reduce "rotational" trauma. When you hit your head you are moving and when the helmet makes contact it stops for a quick second and so does your skull. Since your brain is essentially floating in fluid it can keep rotating a bit and then abruptly stop (much like your body in an accident. This causes "rotational" trauma to the brain. The MIPS system allows your head to rotate a small bit once the helmet stops upon impact thus significantly reducing that "rotational" trauma to the brain.