Anon Griffon Helmet - Women's

Anon Griffon Helmet - Women's
Anon Griffon Helmet - Women's
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Griffon Helmet - Women's by Anon
Equipped with a 360 Boa Fit System and In-Mold construction, the Anon Women's Griffon Helmet provides a truly customizable fit and low-profile protection for progressive ladies pushing their skills across the entire mountain. The 360 Boa Fit System dials in a secure fit without cinching down overly tight or conversely, being too loose and bobbling around your head at higher speeds. In-Mold construction keeps it incredibly lightweight and low-profile, while serving up certified impact protection from impacts when you're learning new tricks and charging at higher speeds. Passive ventilation ports expel built-up heat, so you won't succumb to excess warmth on those sunny spring days in the park and long slogs for fresh turns in the backcountry. The silky fleece liner and ear pads won't snag longer hair and cause significant discomfort, especially when you're pulling it off at the end of the day. Rounding things out, you'll find a Fidlock magnetic buckle for one-handed fastening and audio-compatible ear pads for integration with your favorite speakers.

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SKU: ANO003X
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Manufactured by Anon
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