If bees had knees and then they were a helmet, this is what it would look like. Grab a beverage cause it’s going to take a while to get through all the features packed in to this puppy.
Flex-shell construction is new technology for 2016, making this anon. most flexible helmet thus far. The outer casing is an injection-molded ABS exterior coupled with a high density foam liner.
G-form is impressive the first time you see it in action; it is high-tech impact protection. Anon has partnered with G-form and their Reactive Protection Technology (RPT). When the material experiences an impact it responds by becoming like armour, dissipating the energy from the blow. After impact the material returns to its flexible state. All sounds a bit Mission Impossible or 007, we are certain there is some really serious science behind this tech but the thing to know is that you will have added safety in your helmet
Fidlock Snap Helmet Buckle – is ingenious! No more struggling and fiddling to get your helmet buckle done up. And no pinched turkey neck moments! The magnetic clasp grabs once the two sides meet
This helmet features passive ventilation, integrating channels in the helmet that allow fresh air to flow through from the front of helmet and pulls moisture out the back. By helping with heat regulation this ventilation system can improve goggle visibility and help you stay comfortable while wearing your helmet.
Expedition Fleece, designed to wick moisture, this tech fleece lining will be beneficial when you are hiking or riding hard while also keeping you warm.
Helmets designed by anon. all include removable ear pads and liners. This will give you the ability to wear beanie and goggles under the helmet for a lower-profile skate look.
Construction: Flex-shell construction
Helmet Venting: Passive
Audio: Accessory compatible
Removable Ear Pads: Yes
Certification: CE 1077B, Multi Impact CSA Z263.1-14
Here is a link to the size chart for Anon (Burton): http://www.burton.com/default/sizechart-helmets.html