Just as comfortable going on late-night beer runs as pedaling to work in the morning, the Bern Watts Thinshell EPS Helmet provides the low-profile, street-savvy style and certified levels of protection you've come to expect from a top-selling commuter lid. One of the best features with the Watts Thinshell EPS Helmet is the ability to adapt to the conditions outside with the optional winter-specific liner (sold separately), which allows you to take to the mountain or rip around the fat bike in winter without freezing your ears off. It's certified for both snow- and bike-specific use with its Thinshell EPS construction, which pairs an ultra-thin, yet rugged, ABS shell with impact-dissipating EPS foam. You'll find it conforms to your head with its crank fit dial enabling a secure, slip-free fit, so long as you choose the specific helmet size to suit your individual head dimensions. Furthermore, there's a couple of top-mounted vents that release excess heat in summertime, as well as a permanent brim to shield your eyes from harsh sunlight and the elements.
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