Atomic Count Amid Helmet

Atomic Count Amid Helmet
Atomic Count Amid Helmet
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Count Amid Helmet by Atomic
From hitting the lines off the beaten path to casually riding groomers, the Atomic Count AMID Helmet handles any all-mountain adventure in sleek style. The Atomic Multi-directional Impact Deflector (AMID) technology works to absorb impact force through compact foam padding and redirect the shock by rotating the interior section of the helmet while the outer shell remains in place. Active aircon ventilation moves heat out of the helmet while riding down the slopes keeping a cool head and reducing excess heat. Live fit works to create a secure feel, and the 360 fit system fine tunes the fit for a snug feel that can be worn all day. Audio compatible ear pads can store headphones so the right song is playing before dropping into the next run.

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