Smith Arrival Helmet - Women's

Smith Arrival Helmet - Women's
Smith Arrival Helmet - Women's
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Arrival Helmet - Women's by Smith
The Smith Women's Arrival Helmet delivers the combination of lightweight comfort and premium protection that you've been waiting for. Classic looks team up with advanced tech to keep you safe and stylish while you ski or ride. In-Mold construction fuses EPS foam to a polycarbonate shell to minimize weight and bulk without compromising impact protection. The 14 vents are completely adjustable via the Regulator system, which can be fully opened on warm spring days, partially closed when temps drop, or completely shut in the middle of a blizzard. The adjustable dial fit system allows you to easily lock in the perfect fit and make on-the-fly adjustments with the simple twist of a dial. AirEvac 2 ventilation keeps your goggles fog-free, while the removable goggle lock keeps them in place. Snapfit SL2 ear pads can be removed when it warms up in the afternoon, and they're Outdoor Tech audio system-compatible (sold separately) so you can keep the tunes going while you explore new runs. The Arrival's finished off with a plush fleece lining for a soft, cozy feel that will make you never want to take it off.

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SKU: SMI00DZ
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