Anon Invert Helmet

Anon Invert Helmet
Anon Invert Helmet
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Invert Helmet by Anon
Featuring in-mold shell construction and a sleek, low-profile fit, the Anon Invert Helmet is there for you no matter the weather or your mood. It combines a lightweight polycarbonate shell with EPS foam for absorbing shock, complete with expedition 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 for some spring turns. Anon equipped the Invert 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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