Like the original but with a boost, the POC Obex Spin Communication Helmet delivers comfort, confidence, and the easy ability to communicate with the squad while you're ripping around the resort. Built with the Obex AID Communication Ear Pads, you can talk to your friends with the press of a button, and it also delivers high quality sound if you decide to add some tunes to your runs. The Obex Spin Communication Helmet utilizes POC's SPIN (Shearing Pad INside) technology to decrease the amount of force to your head during impact. It works by allowing the helmet to move relative to your head, allowing rotational movement that reduces the amount of energy that could otherwise continue through your skull. Besides offering innovative impact protection, the Obex Spin is designed to be lightweight and fully featured for long days on the snow. It's easily adjustable so you don't have to add and remove padding to get a secure, comfortable fit, and the sliding top vent ensures you can let some warm air out when the day starts to heat up. POC also added front vents to let moist air out of your goggles, preventing the annoying ordeal of fogging just as you're dropping into fresh snow.
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