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One of the lightest helmets you'll ever wear, the Men's Bern Brentwood Helmet adapts to 4 seasons of riding and is safety rated for ski, snowboard, bike and skate -- so when the snow melts, you can switch to a summer liner and hit the skate park. This Bern helmet is made with a tough polycarbonate shell and direct injected with their ZipMold foam, resulting in an ultra light, low profile lid that has a better weight to strength ratio. This all season helmet comes with a removable goggle clip at the back and a knit winter liner. The chin strap is fully adjustable, and multiple vents keep your head dry without zapping your warmth. Don't jam your gear closet with a different helmet for every sport, get one that can take you from the sweet fresh pow lines and Superpipes of winter, to the skate park in the city. With interchangeable summer and winter liners, the Bern Men's Brentwood Helmet is a perfect fit for any riding you do.

- Altrec Outlet

Description of Bern Brentwood Ski HelmetThe Brentwood is one of the lightest helmets on the market. It features interchangeable cold and warm weather liners so you can use the lid in every season. The Brentwood goes from cold to warm weather seamlessly and that is how we role in the great Northwest. - Tory Bland, Mt. Baker pro patroller and underground kingpin. Berns exclusive Zipmold foam is a liquid foam injection process that provides a better weight to strength ratio so Bern can provide customers with a lighter, lower profile helmet. Zipmold hard foam meets ASTM F 2040, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate.Features

- US Outdoor Store

CLOSEOUTS . The lightweight Bern Brentwood helmet is built with Zip Mold(R) construction for outstanding impact protection, and features a removable visor to block the sun. Available Colors: MATTE BLACK, GLOSS BLACK/CHAIN GRAPHIC, GLOSS RED, MATTE GREY SQUID, MATTE MIDNIGHT BLUE BOMBER, GLOSS WHITE, MATTE GREY, MATTE COBALT BLUE, MATTE CYAN, MATTE GREY/RED BOMBER, MATTE BLACK/GREEN BOMBER, BLACK, GREY, SATIN WHITE, SATIN GREEN, MATTE NEON GREEN. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL, S/M, L/XL, 2XL/3XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Let cool heads prevail with the Brentwood snow helmet, featuring interchangeable cold- and warm-weather liners for season-long comfort and certified protection on any terrain.

- REI

Durable and versatile, the Bern Brentwood bike helmet has an excellent strength to weight ratio for a thinner, lighter, lower-profile helmet.. . . Lightweight low-profile helmet with a polished, seamless, tapered finish made of liquid-injected high-impact PU foam fused to a PVC microshell. Zipmold construction is thinner, lighter, and has a higher strength-to-weight ratio than in-molding. Channeled Air-Flow regulates temperature and ventilation by pulling air through the front vents to the rear exhaust vents. Bern's signature shape is complimented by a deep, "sink" fit and feel that provides the optimum balance between protection, profile, and fit. Chine Line separates the top of the shell from the sides to make the helmet fit ergonomically around your head rather than sitting on top of your head. Eyewear channel ensures comfort and a secure fit with most eye glasses and sunglasses. Snap-in clip system for cold- and-warm weather liner integration (liners sold separately). Includes new, stylish Flip Visor. All-season design is suitable for multiple sports-bike, skate, ski, or board. Weighs 14.5 oz..

- EMS

Bern Brentwood

previously retailed for:
$24.95 - $134.95

The Bern Brentwood is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 13, 2017 at Sierra Trading Post.

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