You know you'll be rocking your helmet every day that you're on the slopes, so why would you skimp on comfort and protection just to save a few bucks' Might as well go all in and treat yourself to the advanced protection and premium comfort of the Anon Women's Nova MIPS Helmet. Designed to mimic your brain's natural protection system, MIPS technology features a low-friction layer that lets the helmet slide relative to your head, adding extra protection against the type of rotational impacts often sustained from snowboarding and skiing. Hybrid construction fuses tough Endure-Shell construction at the top of the helmet for superior protection and durability with In-Mold construction in the lower portion to keep the feel lightweight. The Boa fit system conforms to the shape of your head with the twist of a dial, giving you a fit that's as secure as it is comfortable. Active ventilation allows you to open or close the 23 vents with one hand, so you can make quick adjustments when you heat up during your run or cool off on the lift. Expedition fleece offers a cozy feel, and the liner and ear pads are removable in case you prefer rocking a beanie underneath.
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