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Forefront Helmet Matte White, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Fire, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Acid, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Cypress Camo, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Fire, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Variant Battlescar Helmet , Distinct Name: Charcoal, Gender: Mens/Unisex, Helmet Category: Street, Helmet Type: Full-face Helmets, Primary Color: Gray, Size: Lg 0101-6497

Distinct Name: Charcoal Gender: Mens/Unisex Helmet Category: Street Helmet Type: Full-face Helmets Primary Color: Gray Size: Lg Tough fiberglass/Dyneema/carbon fiber shell Long oval headform is wind-tunnel tested and refined Anti-lift visor reduces glare Multiple oversized intake and exhaust ports Optically correct quick-change fog-free face shield Removable Hydra-Dry moisture-wicking liner Rear spoiler for reduced helmet buffeting Removable chin curtain Both helmets have a Rubatone finish that is a matte rubberized paint developed to match your riding gear For replacement parts and accessories, see pages 86-91 of the 2013 Parts Unlimited Helmet & Apparel catalog See helmet size guide on page 85 of the 2013 Parts Unlimited Helmet & Apparel catalog before ordering All World Standard; meets or exceeds the following: DOT FMVSS 218 (USA), ECE 22-0(Europe), SAI AS1698 (Australia) and SG (Japan) safety and testing standards

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Forefront Helmet White, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Variant Battlescar Helmet , Distinct Name: Charcoal, Gender: Mens/Unisex, Helmet Category: Street, Helmet Type: Full-face Helmets, Primary Color: Gray, Size: Md 0101-6496

Distinct Name: Charcoal Gender: Mens/Unisex Helmet Category: Street Helmet Type: Full-face Helmets Primary Color: Gray Size: Md Tough fiberglass/Dyneema/carbon fiber shell Long oval headform is wind-tunnel tested and refined Anti-lift visor reduces glare Multiple oversized intake and exhaust ports Optically correct quick-change fog-free face shield Removable Hydra-Dry moisture-wicking liner Rear spoiler for reduced helmet buffeting Removable chin curtain Both helmets have a Rubatone finish that is a matte rubberized paint developed to match your riding gear For replacement parts and accessories, see pages 86-91 of the 2013 Parts Unlimited Helmet & Apparel catalog See helmet size guide on page 85 of the 2013 Parts Unlimited Helmet & Apparel catalog before ordering All World Standard; meets or exceeds the following: DOT FMVSS 218 (USA), ECE 22-0(Europe), SAI AS1698 (Australia) and SG (Japan) safety and testing standards

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Forefront Helmet Matte Black, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Acid, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Black, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Icon Custom Air Helmet Women's

Want a more comfortable helmet? Try the Salomon Icon Custom Air Helmet. Instead of a band that squeezes your head this helmet uses an air pocket to adjust the fit. The Custom Air system allows you to easily make the helmet snugger or looser by pressing a

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Forefront Helmet Matte Black, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet White, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte White, L

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Forefront Helmet Matte Mustard, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Focus White Icon Goggles PERSIMMON BOOST O/S

The Focus White Icon Goggles allow you to put your attention where it matters, on the snow. Accentuated by classic lines, these goggles feature a design that fits with a wide range of helmets and anti-fog technology. With a little help from Giro, you never have to lose your Focus. PRODUCT FEATURES: Helmet compatible design Double Layer Face Foam with micro fleece facing Anti-Fog Coating Super Fit medium size adult frame Thermoformed cylindrical lens

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Forefront Helmet Matte Mustard, S

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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Focus White Icon Goggles ROSE SILVER O/S

The Focus White Icon Goggles allow you to put your attention where it matters, on the snow. Accentuated by classic lines, these goggles feature a design that fits with a wide range of helmets and anti-fog technology. With a little help from Giro, you never have to lose your Focus. PRODUCT FEATURES: Helmet compatible design Double Layer Face Foam with micro fleece facing Anti-Fog Coating Super Fit medium size adult frame Thermoformed cylindrical lens

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Forefront Helmet White, M

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Valley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res...

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