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Retailers' Descriptions

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If your little shredder likes to ride with the big kids and spend long days out on the hill, then he deserves high-quality helmet technology on par with his skill level, as well as all-day comfort. The Anon Kids' Burner Helmet is up for the challenge, featuring a lightweight polycarbonate shell that's 4-5 ounces lighter than Anon's other kids' helmets, and a dial-operated Boa fit system (that's easy to adjust with one hand) for a highly customized fit. The helmet's ventilation system draws fresh air in through the front while pulling sweat moisture out the back, while fleece-lined padding covers your grom's head and ears for comfortable warmth. If he prefers a lower-profile look or the feel of his own beanie underneath the helmet, the lining and ear pads are removable. He can also wear his goggle strap underneath the helmet for a totally sleek style, thanks to the strap-stash recess in the inner foam.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . Anonand#39;s Burner ski helmet offers smooth style and all the technology of the companyand#39;s adult helmets. The BOAand#174; fit system provides a custom fit, and the Strap-Stash design lets you ride with your goggle strap under the helmet. Available Colors: ALL EYEZ, SWOOP, MARATHON, BONEHEADBLACK, GREEN, WILD THING YELLOW, ARROWHEAD PURPLE, BLACK. Sizes: S/M, L/XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Anon Burner Helmet

previously retailed for:
$34.00 - $69.95

The Anon Burner Helmet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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