Give yourself the security you need to rip and ride the way you want to with the SHRED Totality NoShock Helmet. With its lightweight and comfortable construction you'll forget you've got it on--that is until slip out while ripping some groomers. That's when you'll remember about its innovative safety features and durable construction. It all starts with an ABS shell that's lightweight yet super strong, so you can rest easy knowing that your helmet won't crack or bust open if you take a fall. On the inside, this helmet uses a special honeycomb-structured foam called Slytech, which allows impact energy to dissipate in multiple direction, dispersing the force to reduce its power and ensuring that it's not focused on one area. While you soard down snowy slopes you'll also have Shred's new Rotational Energy System (RES) to help mitigate the force of rotational impacts, which are common in snowsport collisions. RES works by allowing a relative movement between the helmet and head by using thin, multi-directional absorption units made with an elastic layer. This ensures that during a collision the head isn't trapped following the movement of the helmet, but instead can respond to the collision in a way that reduces rotational forces on the brain. And to go along with all that protection you've got front-to-back ventilation that'll help keep your goggles fog-free and your head more comfortable.
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