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Pinnacle Versatility, Venting And Comfort, The Anon Thompson Helmet shamelessly integrates every feature you need for a comfortable, well-ventilated ride. The Hybrid 50/50 shell construction incorporates endura-shell at the top for optimum protection and a lightweight in-mold construction along the bottom for a lightweight feel, so you get top-level protection without feeling top heavy. Delivering the best in customizable helmet fit-anon. has partnered with the industry leader BOA technology to create a fit system that allows for easy, on-the-fly micro adjustments with just a turn of the dial. anon's BOA powered fit system smoothly distributes pressure for all-day comfort, without adding any bulk to your kit. anon. has partnered with Fidlock, the award-winning designer of a new breed of ultra-fast and -secure fasteners. Fidlock's magnetic SNAP helmet buckle lets you open it with one hand, even if you're wearing gloves - and closing it is just as easy, which means you can spend less time fiddling with your gear, and more time focusing on your riding. HYBRID 50/50 SHELL: The ultimate in helmet technologies-hybrid 50/50 pairs the best of Endura-Shell and In-Mold helmet constructions, combining wear-and-tear resistant durability on top with the performance and feel of featherweight bottom. ACTIVE VENTILATION: Control your helmet climate with the one-handed convenience of anon's active venting. Easily fine-tune your temperature-open for maximum airflow, closed for keeping warmth in, or anywhere in between. Helmet Sizing: Small 52-55cmMedium 56-59cmL/XL 60-64cm. Weight: 534G. Certification: ASTM 2040, CE 1077B. EXPEDITION FLEECE LINER: Low pile and pill resistant, designed for maximum warmth and moisture-wicking during high heat riding and hiking. SIMPLE FIT: All anon. helmets feature easily removable ear pads and liners making every model easily convertible for riders who want to run a beanie and goggle under their lid for that skate-inspired, ultra-low-profile look without sacrificing comfort. Available Color(s): Black, Covert Gray

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

The Anon Thompson Helmet shamelessly integrates every feature you need for a comfortable, well-ventilated ride. The Hybrid 50/50 shell construction incorporates endura-shell at the top for optimum protection and a lightweight in-mold construction along the bottom for a lightweight feel, so you get top-level protection without feeling top heavy. In order to allow you dial in that perfect fit, Anon integrated a Boa fit system, so you can make micro adjustments on the fly with just the turn of a dial. Realizing that ventilation is a key element to any helmet, the Thompson is fitted with the Active ventilation system, which pulls air in through the front of the helmet through the rear vents, and is fully adjustable, so you dial it back on those cold days when you need to keep the heat in. The magnetic Flidlock magnetic snap buckle makes it so you don't have to fiddle with the buckle, and Skullcandy ASFX audio compatibility means you can integrate the Skullcandy sound system when you feel like turning your helmet into a surround sound system.

- Backcountry.com

Features of the Anon Men's Thompson Helmet Hybrid 50/50 shell construction Active ventilation system (adjustable) Goggle ventilation channel Flidlock magnetic snap buckle Skullcandy ASFX audio compatible

- Moosejaw

The Anon Thompson Snow Helmet offers protection, venting and comfort and features a Boa(R) fit system for easy, on-the-fly micro adjustments with the turn of a dial.

- REI

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previously retailed for:
$63.98 - $159.95

The Anon Thompson is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 28, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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