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Four-season helmet for year-round fun.

Ski or ride the steeps this winter with confidence with Bern’s Muse EPS Visor Helmet. Its women’s-specific construction and Sink Fit design lets it rest low on your head so there’s a snug, protective force field between your skull and the rocks and trees. Come spring, take the knit liner out and use the Muse as your skate or bike lid as well.
  • EPS polystyrene is a lightweight, hard foam�when hit, EPS evenly distributes energy throughout its internal structure to keep your head intact
  • Sink Fit design fits the lid around your head (rather than on letting it ride on top), which provides both advanced comfort and an ultra-low profile
  • Women�s-specific design for a better overall fit
  • Removable knit liner allows for year-round action sport use�leave it in to fight off the winter chill and take it out when the weather warms up

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4 5

Pretty sweet overall

This helmet fits snug and is warm with the liner, don't need a beanie at all. I wear Smith goggles and was having difficulty resting them on it until I figured out to put the visor inside the goggles, now they don't HAVE to be on my face all the time. There was a little pressure point stuff happening on my forehead after a couple of hours, but nothing that would deter me from purchasing it at this smokin' deal again. I definitely feel safer with it on and am learning to shred with way more confidence.

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