Anon Rodan Helmet

Anon Rodan Helmet
Anon Rodan Helmet
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Product Description
Rodan Helmet by Anon
Impressively lightweight and low-profile, the Anon Rodan Helmet is barely noticeable when you're dialing in those backside sevens in the park and hucking sketchy cliffs lurking beneath the tram station. In-Mold construction keeps it exceptionally light and low-profile, all while offering rugged impact protection from the knocks, dings, and tumbles you're bound to encounter over the course of a season. It's using a Boa 360 fit system, which provides a customized fit and feel with the quick spin of the rear-mounted dial. Ultimately, this Boa 360 fit system eliminates excess movement and slop, so you can reap the benefits of a secure fit without the bobbling you've come to expect from old-school helmets. Passive ventilation ports expel built-up heat when you're hiking for freshies and sessioning the park on warm spring days. Other convenient features include a Fidlock magnetic buckle for one-handed fastening, audio-compatible earpads, and Expedition Fleece liner for fuzzy-soft warmth.

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SKU: ANO004B
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