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Like a good day on the mountain, the Smith Level ski and snowboard helmet is at your service for ranging far and wide. It brings the added energy absorption of zonal Koroyd® and the advanced angled impact protection of MIPS® to let you focus on ripping high speed arcs in the alpine and chasing untracked lines in the trees. The hybrid shell design adds durability without weighing you down for a helmet that you will actually take with you when the backcountry beckons. And because you love to ski all day, the fit and vents are adjustable on the fly, so you never need to slow down.
Fit / Integration
- Hybrid shell construction blends a durable exterior with a lightweight in-molded shell for durability where you need it most while keeping the helmet light
- Zonal Koroyd® coverage for lightweight, energy-absorbing and ventilated impact protection
- MIPS® Brain Protection System reduces rotational forces caused by angled impacts to the head
- Select colorways offered without MIPS® system
- Certification: ASTM F 2040, CE EN 1077:2007 CLASS B
- Designed for ultimate integration with Smith goggles for maximum comfort and venting
- AirEvac™ ventilation system integrates with Smith goggles for fog-free lenses
- VaporFit Snow™ dial adjustment system offers 270-degree fit adjustment with the turn of a dial
- XT2® antimicrobial lining offers sweat-activated odor control
- Regulator climate control allows easy, one-handed vent adjustment
- 20 vents
- Removable Snapfit SL2 ear pads add warmth and are audio-chip compatible
- Aleck™ audio systems compatible
- Includes Smith helmet bag
550 g (19 oz) Size M
The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 350 x 350 x 250 mm.
, womenMIPS / SPINYes
Weight0,55 kg(with sales package 0,7 kg)
MIPS ”Multi-directional Impact Protection System”. The MIPS Brain Protection System is designed to add protection against rotational motion transferred to the brain. Rotational motion aff...
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