Anon Invert MIPS Helmet

Anon Invert MIPS Helmet
Anon Invert MIPS Helmet
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Invert MIPS Helmet by Anon
The Invert MIPS Helmet is Anon's sleek, lightweight ski helmet updated with MIPS technology for advanced safety. MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) allows a small rotation on the outer shell relative to the liner when your head hits at an angle in order to decrease rotational forces, reducing potential damage to your brain. In-mold construction fuses EPS foam to a polycarbonate shell to minimize weight and bulk without compromising impact protection. The fleece-lined ear pads and lining are removable for warmer weather. Anon equipped the Invert with passive venting to help draw moisture away from goggles, and it added a magnet to the chin strap for easy use with gloves or mittens on.

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SKU: ANO004Q
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