Smith Allure Helmet

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Delivering enlightened style and plush, fleece lining, the Allure offers self-adjusting comfort and a 9-vent climate control system in one of the lightest weight certified snow helmets on the market.

- REI

This isn't a small guy's helmet, not even close. Smith's Allure is one of the lightest, certified-snow helmets that you'll find and it's just for women. The feminine design incorporates a soft, fleeced tricot lining beneath the tough In-Mold shell with Snapfit Ear Pads. 9 vents and a series of waterproof plugs protect and vent.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Ultralight and ultra-ventilated, Smith Opics' Allure ski helmet features ultrasoft, plush and removable fleece lining and an AirEvac 2 ventilation system that works with the ventilation of your Smith Optics goggles for ultimate airflow on the slopes. Available Colors: BRIGHT PLUM/ALPENGLOW, GUNMETAL WARRIOR, WHITE FALLEN, BLACK PEARL, SHADOW PURPLE RIVIERA, FOREST GREY STEREO, TEAL NIGHT OUT, MAGENTA, METALLIC PEPPER. Sizes: XS, S, M, L.

- Sierra Trading Post

Soft, comfy, and fully equipped, the Smith Allure Women's Helmet is the lightest fully certified snow helmet in the world, offering serious protection that's lighter than some beanies. The in-mold construction uses a PC plastic shell and EPS foam liner for ultra-light protection, and self-adjusting Lifestyle Fit System keeps the Allure securely attached to your noggin when you're cruising through fresh powder, zigging through the trees, and carving down groomers. You'll be comfortable no matter the temperatures, too, since the Allure is lined with fleeced tricot and has 9 Airflow Climate Control vents to keep your brain from boiling. The AirEvac 2 venting system moves air from your goggles through the back of your helmet to prevent fogging, and the Snapfit SL earpads are easily removable, as well as compatible with Skullcandy audio systems to keep your rocking out on the hill.

- Backcountry.com