Protector your memories.
- Zip-mold technology is a liquid injection method which fuses high-impact foam to a tough polycarbonate shell
- Sink Fit features a low-profile configuration so the helmet fits around your head, not on top
- Two custom fit goggle clip locations let you decide
- Air channel design provides ventilation and expels heat for maximum comfort
- Molded eyewear channel ensures a comfortable and unobstructed fit with goggles or sunglasses
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Knit liner seems like a good idea in theory but that's about all it is-- theory! As soon as you take it out you can't get it to clip back in and stay! Also the schistey clip on the back of the helmet that holds your goggles on flew off at some point during first few runs of wearing the damn thing! So now when i take my gogogles off my face and put them up onto my helmet they usually pop off.
Summary: Would totally be returning it if so much time hadn't passed between the time i purchased it (during a summer sale) and the first time i used it (for sweet deep december turns). Good thing we have a lot of pawn shops round here cuz that's where its going...
Lovin the 'Bern'...!
I wanted a helmet that looked good, felt comfortable and didn't bug me all day on the slopes. I would be a small, but the knit liner takes you up a size so medium is perfect as long as you don't want to use it in warmer weather. I needed to adjust the velcro attachments at the front of the liner to get my goggles to fit but this was easy. The knit liner is perfect for keeping your ears warm and everyone said they loved how the helmet looked. If you want low profile, safety rated and super stylish then get the Bern Berkeley.
Not so comfortable!
I ordered this in a medium, which is the size I usually use in Bern Helmets, but there is a seam which runs across my forehead (where the "fur: ends) which is very irritating. I don't think a bigger size would help because the helmet fits. I will be returning the helmet.
Where can I get a replacement liner? The...
Where can I get a replacement liner? The Bern web site says that it is available, but I can't find it anywhere!