You want your young racer to be safe on the slopes, and affording you more peace of mind so you can cheer encouragingly is the Smith Icon Junior MIPS Helmet. This racer-focused helmet utilizes a lightweight construction that comes loaded with safety features, allowing you and them to focus on racing performance with more reassurance. Aerocore construction and Koroyd cylinders absorb and convert the kinetic energy in the event of an impact by acting as crumple-zones to manage energy efficiently. Secondly, this design increases airflow for superior ventilation, which stands as a benefit in the Icon's minimally ventilated design. Additionally, the Icon meets FIS RH 2013 requirements, so your avid racer will more likely be able to take the start-gate that they've worked for all season long. The comfortable lining inside reduces noise distractions. And when using the Icon with Smith goggles, fogging up is a non-issue. The Icon is equipped with even more safety with MIPS integration, and a compatible slalom chin-bar (sold separately) can be attached.
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