Anon Nelson Helmet


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Hybrid 70/30 Shell Construction combines two of the best construction techniques. Seventy per cent of the Nelson helmet is made via In-mold fabrication ensuring this helmet is lightweight. The remaining thirty percent of the helmet is made from Endura-Shell construction resulting in the high-wear areas being protected; this gives you a lightweight durable 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 has both active and passive ventilation. There are channels in the helmet that allow fresh air to flow through from the front of helmet and pulls moisture out the back. In addition to these channels there is a small leaver at back of helmet allowing you to open and close the vent to customise your comfort. By helping with heat regulation this ventilation system can improve goggle visibility and help you stay comfortable while wearing your helmet.

anon. BOA fit system will change your helmet experience for life, one of the best helmet tech introductions in recent years, this fitting system allows you to custom-size your very own helmet using the ease-turn hard wearing dial.

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.

Colour: Tatonka Black, Matt black with a nod to the wild Buffalo, image of the mountains can be seen on the ear flaps with a blue strap

Construction: Hybrid 70/30

Helmet Venting: Active and Passive


Removable Ear Pads: Yes

Fit: Simple

Certification: ASTM 2040CE, 1077B

Weight: 455g

Additional Features: BOA 360 Fit System Designed with a peak, will help keep you out in challenging elements by directing moisture away from your forehead and goggles

Size information:

Small               52-55cm

Medium          56-59cm

L/XL                 60-64cm

Here is a link to the size chart for Anon (Burton):