Smith Maze MIPS Helmet

Smith Maze MIPS Helmet
Smith Maze MIPS Helmet
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Maze MIPS Helmet by Smith
One of the lightest snow helmets available today, the Smith Maze MIPS Helmet offers the same ultra-light feel and minimalist look as the original, but with an added safety system that improves protection. The Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) allows a small rotation of the outer shell relative to the liner when impacted at an angle in order to decrease rotational forces, while the In-Mold construction minimizes weight and bulk without compromising impact protection. The nine fixed vents and AirEvac system let you keep cool on warm spring days and intense hikes, and the self-adjusting fit system offers a comfy, secure fit. Snapfit SL ear pads can be removed during heated park sessions, and they're Outdoor Tech audio system-compatible (sold separately) so you can turn up the jams while you surf powder stashes.

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