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Smith Allure Helmet

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Manufacturer's Description

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The Smith Allure snow helmet for women delivers a plush, fleeced tricot lining in one of the world's lightest certified snow helmets. In-mold construction reduces weight and provides proven impact protection. Lifestyle fit system uses a forgiving elastic band to flex around your head for a dynamic fit that moves with you; lateral adjustment accommodates a wide range of head sizes. AirEvac 2 ventilation drives warm air away from your goggles and out of the helmet through internal channels and 9 vents. Airflow climate control features fabric flaps in the lining so you can open or close vents for comfort in mild or cold temperatures. Removable, machine-washable ear pads provide a comfortable seal from the weather on stormy days; for a warm spring day, remove the earpads to reduce weight and enhance cooling. Removable, washable fleeced tricot lining offers soft comfort and lets you wear the helmet over a beanie. Removable goggles lock helps ensure your goggles stay with you after that head-over-heels wipeout through blower powder. The Smith Allure snow helmet is compatible with Skullcandy audio systems (not included). This snow helmet complies with ASTM F 2040 and/or CE EN 1077 alpine ski and snowboard helmet safety standards.

- REI

The Smith Women's Allure Helmet provides plenty of protection without the added bulk and weight of many other helmets. Smith claims that the Allure is the world's lightest fully certified snow helmet. At 11. 5 ounces, we believe them.

- Backcountry.com