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Code MIPS Helmet

Smith Code MIPS Helmet

€ 199.95
incl. VAT excl. shipping costs
Colour: matte black
Size:
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Delivery time 3 to 6 business days
 
Customer service: +43 3687 2422 333
Size chart for Smith - Snowboard Helmets

Style for futuristic riders.

The new Code combines a minimalist aesthetic with Aerocore™ construction featuring Koroyd® for the new front edge of skate style protection. The low profile shell design is better protection combined with Smith pioneered AirEvac technology for superior goggle integration. The new Wayfinder strap system featuring Fidlock® is functional simplicity, making it easy to use one hand for on and off use. The technical-knit liner provides beanie like comfort with a Boa® FS360 fit system let’s you customize your fit. This is the first true solution for advanced riders that want superior protection and functionality with a minimal look.

Attributes

  • Article number: 482975
  • Material Specification: polystyrene, polycarbonate, acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene
  • Weight: 750 g
  • Material Features: Lined
  • Helmet Features:
    • In-Mould construction
    • Audio compatible
    • MIPS
    • Size adjustable
    • Ventilation system
    • Removable earpads
Features
  • Lightweight in-mold construction
  • Aerocore™ construction featuring Koroyd®
  • Airflow climate control
  • 6 vents
  • MIPS system available in all colors
  • Adjustable BOA 360 Fit System
  • Technical-knit liner
  • Wayfinder Strap system featuring Fidlock®
  • AirEvac 2 ventilation
  • Removable goggle lock
  • Beanie compatible
  • Outdoor Tech™ audio systems available

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About Smith

As early as 1965, Smith pioneered the snow goggle as we know it today. Created to give fanatic shredders more time on the mountain without foggy vision, Smith have dedicated the past 50 years to improving the way we see things. If you aren't gazing at the sun through a Smith lens, are you even gazing at the sun?