When you're slaying powder in the backcountry or hurling yourself into the air under KT-22, you need a helmet to protect you without weighing you down. The Smith Allure MIPS Helmet does just that, with a sleek low-profile design that will keep your freeride look on point. The in-mold construction brings you a minimalist profile without sacrificing durability, and MIPS technology utilizes a slip-plane liner to help protect your noggin from angular impacts.Airflow climate control gives you ample vents to keep your head cool should you decide to head towards the backside for a quick bootpack, and the AirEvac 2 system drives warm air away from the front of the helmet to keep your lenses fog-free. The ear pads are soft and cozy for frigid midwinter chairlift rides, but are removable for when the snow turns to slush and spring shred shenanigans go underway.
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