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CLOSEOUTS . He can go from the terrain park to the skate park with Bern's Nino multi-sport helmet, perfect for a wide range of sports, from snowboarding to roller blading. Available Colors: BLACK/BLACK, MATTE BLACK/GREEN RACING STRIPE/BLACK VISOR KNIT, GLOSS WHITE/BLACK RACING STRIPE/BLACK VISOR KNIT, MATTE RED/BLACK KNIT, MATTE CYAN/BLACK VISOR KNIT, MATTE KELLY GREEN/BLACK VISOR KNIT. Sizes: XS/S, S/M.
- Sierra Trading Post
Size: XS-S(48-51.5cm), S-M(51-54.5cm) Imagine one helmet for boys, that can be used for summer and winter action sports, that looks so good little boys want to wear it. Made with low-profile ZipMold foam, the Bern Ni� o has 7 vents and is adjustable to two sizes. Value and style-a smart purchase for parents.No summer linerZipMold construction is the lightest, thinnest, lowest profile, super-high quality hard foam construction.Patent pending liquid injected high impact foam.Tough polycarbonate shell.Engineered seamless, tapered, and thinner.Ultra-lightweight.Adjustable sizing.Warm and cold weather snap-in knit liner.Wt. 11.5 oz.Complies with CPSC, ASTM F2040 & EN1078 safety testing.
The Bern Nino Hard Hat Helmet for boys looks so cool, boys actually want to wear it.
- Altrec Outlet
Bern Nino / Fleece - For the little groms Bern created the Nino - an All Season(TM), skate-influenced helmet. In the Nino he can go from his skis to his skateboard. The Nino offers you all the trick features of the Bern adult lids at an economical price. With one helmet for all his action sports needs, it assures you have money left over to buy him lift tickets! Bern's exclusive Zipmold(TM) foam is a liquid foam injection process that provides a better weight to strength ratio so Bern can provide customers a thinner helmet. The lid is 1/2" or less around the edge, which results in a low profile, stylish fit. Zipmold(TM) is a clean injection process that results in less waste. Zipmold(TM) hard foam meets ASTM F2040, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate.
- Massey's Outfitters