Featuring a low-profile in-mold design, the Code doesn't skimp on durability while creating a lightweight product. The polycarbonate shell and EPS liner bring a high level of protection, with an incorporated Koroyd material that aids in impact absorption as well as airflow. The MIPS System uses a slip-plane technology, reducing rotational force common in angular impacts. Smith equipped the Code with Airflow Climate Control vents and AirEvac 2 Ventilation to regulate airflow and keep you from overheating. The BOA 360 Fit System lets you easily adjust the fit in case you want to throw a beanie underneath the helmet during frigid storm days, and the Fidlock chin strap system makes it easy to get your helmet on and off without taking off your gloves.
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