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Mission Helmet

Smith Mission Helmet

€ 99.95
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

The mission is clear: keep on riding, with a safe head! 

Classic style meets maximum protection. The brand new Mission brings the tried and trusted Smith fit along with thought out features, such as an adjustable climate control, Dial Fit-System and Snapfit-SL-ear pads. With this helmet you are ready for a long winter. 

Aerocore™ construction with Koroyd®​
Smith's aim with the Aerocore™ construction is to increase airflow, improve temperature regulation resulting in fog-free vision and improve impact resistance. This aim has been reached through the combination of materials such as EPS and Koroyd®, a revolutionary new material that absorbs more energy upon impact when compared to international standards, while increasing airflow. Aerocore™ construction through the use of Koroyd® and EPS allows for more vents to be placed throughout the helmet without sacrificing protection and comfort.

Attributes

  • Article number: 538530
  • Material Specification: polystyrene, polycarbonate, acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene
  • Weight: 750 g
  • Helmet Features:
    • Audio compatible
    • In-Mould construction
    • Size adjustable
    • Ventilation system
Features
  • Helmet by Smith
  • Aerocore™ construction with Koroyd®​
  • Adjustable climate control
  • Adjustable Dial-Fit-System (DFS2)
  • Snapfit DL ear pads 
  • AirEvac 2-Ventilation Outdoor Tech™ audiosystems available 
  • Certifications: ASTM F 2040, CE EN 1077:2007 CLASS B
  • Weight: 450 g 

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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?