Anon Lynx Helmet - Women's

Anon Lynx Helmet - Women's
Anon Lynx Helmet - Women's
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Lynx Helmet - Women's by Anon
When your usual surefire-fun park laps have you looking like amateur hour, the Anon Women's Lynx Helmet keeps your melon safe--without making you look like a goobery egghead. Built for those days when you just can't stick the landing, this grey-matter holster is an all-purpose, durable helmet that even Mom would approve of. Equipped with the Passive Ventilation system, this piece regulates your bio-dome microclimate with its internal channels that draw fresh air in while simultaneously pushing moisture out. Akin to the super soft pallas cat, the women-specific, high loft fleece liner keeps you cozy-warm and can be removed when your brain-o-spheric conditions turn to balmy. The rugged Durashell two-piece construction and injection molded ABS exterior provides paramount protection while the Simple Fit system has removable liner, earpads, and a hidden, adjustable BOA fit system, so you can fine tune and dial into that inner, stealthy bobcat.

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SKU: ANO001Y
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