Anon Rodan MIPS Helmet

Anon Rodan MIPS Helmet
Anon Rodan MIPS Helmet
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Rodan MIPS Helmet by Anon
When it comes to overall comfort while on the ski hill, the helmet is a crucial piece of the puzzle. A warm lining, adjustable fit, and a wide range of goggle compatible are all essential. Anon's Rodan MIPS Helmet achieves all of these conveniences and much more, including the MIPS impact system which provides peace of mind when choosing the most important piece of gear in your arsenal. To achieve maximum comfort, the Anon implements a fleece liner in the Rodan's shell for low-profile comfort that is soft to the touch. The slightly brimmed brow fits seamlessly with the market's most popular goggles and helps eliminate a gap between goggle and helmet. A magnetic buckle is easily opened and closed with one hand, even while wearing gloves.

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SKU: ANOZ134
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