Marker Clark Helmet

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You're no Clark Kent - even if you're the best skier on the mountain, you're still a mortal, so wearing a helmet is a damn good idea. Swoop on the Marker Clark Helmet and enjoy big-mountain worthy protection with clean, terrain-park worthy style. The Clark features lightweight in-mold construction and a dial-fit system for on-the-go fit adjustments that you'll barely notice. Plus, the Clark is beanie ready and features a Fidlock buckle for an easy to use, extra-comfortable helmet you can count on.

- evo

Remarkably lightweight, the Marker Clark Helmet disperses heavy impacts without making you feel like a bobblehead on the mountain. Responsible for the Clark's lightweight protection, In-Mold construction bonds impact-absorbing EPS foam to a lightweight, yet durable polycarbonate shell. This results in an impressively light helmet that's ideal for everyone from progressive freestyle riders to big-mountain chargers. For greater durability, it's surrounded by 360o Edge Protection for reinforcement in the case of a side impact with park features or low tree branches. The Xdry liner is comprised of a soft, moisture-wicking material for optimal comfort and heat retention. If you desire to wear a beanie underneath, you can remove this liner for optimal integration. And to ensure a truly custom fit, the RTS system secures with the quick twist of a dial. The MarkAir Channel System draws hot air moving off your head and goggles by precisely aligning sculpted air channels with external vents. This advanced venting regulates your head's temperature while eliminating fogging issues with your goggles. For greater warmth in frigid conditions, Marker's Air Jam climate control gives you the ability to fold the internal liner to block the external vents.

- Backcountry.com

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