Four seasons—one helmet.
The Bern Watts Hard Hat Helmet has you covered all year. The removable liner allows you to adapt the Watts to changing weather conditions, so you'll be rockin' it in the skatepark in the summer and the terrain park in the winter.
starts with Bern's Hard Hat ABS hard shell. Bern then adds a liner of soft, moisture-wicking Brock foam. It's designed for multiple lower-impact injuries, making it ideal for mastering new moves in the park. Bern's Signature Shape allows the Watts to be up to 35% lower profile
than standard snow helmets, and the ergonomic fit means it fits around
your head instead of perching on top of it. Of course, you also get the inimitable style that this original visored helmet dishes up without looking like it's trying too hard.
- Hard Hat construction
- Brock Foam low-impact liner
- Classic skate styling
- Up to 35% thinner than traditional winter helmets
- Up to 14% smaller front to back than traditional winter helmets
Share your thoughts
Does the standard knit that comes with this helmet have slots for me to add my own speakers to it? Or will i have to buy one the speaker knits for this helmet?
This helmet runs small if you have a bigger size head. It also looks funny if you have a wide neck or bigger ears.
mt shasta peak!
Good Helmet, Get the right size!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This helmet was good; I liked the quality and look of the helmet. I did return it before full use though. This is more my fault, make sure you get your size right mine was just a tiny bit to big causing it to sit too low on my goggles and was not comfortable for me. Also after buying an Anon Helo, I realized how much heavier this helmet is. Over all still a great helmet just gets the right size.
How does the sizing work for these Bern...
How does the sizing work for these Bern Watts line of helmets? I currently have a snowboard RED helmet and it says 57/59 M that fits perfect but I don't know what size that would translate to the Bern helmets.
Hello Collin Kadlec,
Thanks for your question.
The 57/59 for your RED helmet in a medium represents the centimeter measurement for the circumference. I have cross matched RED with Bern to confirm that and the Bern size you will want to look for is a Large (57cm - 59cm)
I hope this helps you out with choosing a size in the Bern helmets.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Very pleased with this piece so far. Tried it out with the winter liner + goggles underneath and the look and feel is solid. Put it through some MTB the other day too w/o the winter liner and loved it.
Very lightweight feeling helmet to me (at least moreso than my POC), love the brim (to hide gaper gap + a bit of sun protection when summer styling it) and the fit for MTB was also perfect. Fit true to size, light, no pressure points or irritation spots. System for removing liner was a plus (another complaint with last helmet was over continuous back and forth, lost its seal on the edges and no longer worked for winter time).
Definitely the best if you are looking to avoid the "big head" mode look or have issues with your gaper gap. Also just a great helmet with a tight look.
Note, the Hard Hat isn't rated for HIGH LEVEL impact so go to the EPS if you need/want that. This is my everyday helmet. will use riding my roadbike around town as well.
Pic/Vid to follow (once it has some love).
Bern Watts Hard Hat Helmet
Bern Fit Video
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit is Key