Whether you're burning hot laps at the resort or earning your turns in the backcountry, you'll never be too hot or cold in the Sweet Protection Switcher MIPS Helmet. This innovative and protective helmet is loaded with ventilation to keep you comfortable, with 22 vents throughout the top that are adjustable with a simple one-turn dial system. Just turn the dial to open the vents when steep bump runs and long bootpacks have you heating up, then close them up to get warm again when you start to fill a chill coming on. It's not all about the vents though. This helmet has lots of innovative protective technology as well. MIPS technology works to reduce rotational forces on the brain during the types of angled collisions you might experience on the mountain, offering more preparedness than a standard helmet would. Sweet Protection Impact Shields help absorb shock and disperse it throughout the helmet and away from the more susceptible front and back of the head, while the Advanced Hybrid shell combines the construction of an in-mold helmet and a hardshell helmet to give you the same level of protection at a lighter weight. A magnetic buckle, audio compatibility, and an easy adjustment system round this helmet out, making it a great option for any day on the mountain.
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