Anon Auburn Helmet - Women's

Anon Auburn Helmet - Women's
Anon Auburn Helmet - Women's
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Auburn Helmet - Women's by Anon
Winter is finally here, so grab the Anon Auburn Helmet and head to the mountains with style and confidence. This lightweight all-mountain helmet combines a polycarbonate shell with shock-absorbing EPS foam, complete with high-pile fleece lining and ear pads. Designed to keep you warm on cold winter days, you can still remove the lining and pads if you prefer wearing a beanie, or if you're out in warmer spring weather. Anon equipped the Auburn with passive venting to help draw moisture away from your goggles, and it added a magnet to the chin strap for easy use with gloves or mittens equipped.

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SKU: ANO004U
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