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An evolution of an award-winning design, the Smith Forefront 2 MIPS bike helmet is a full-coverage helmet made for all-mountain riders who demand excellent protection, venting and eyewear integration.

  • Features

    • Rotational motion can cause brain injuries; with MIPS, a low-friction layer slides 10 to 15mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
    • Lightweight Aerocore in-mold construction with ventilated protection features patented Koroyd® material and integrated skeletal structure
    • For added protection, Koroyd has been extended into the back of the helmet to now fully encompass the helmet
    • Internal air channels are combined with 20 optimized vents; open intake and exhaust ports maximize ventilation
    • AirEvac channels promote airflow to prevent fogging of your eyewear
    • 3-position visor rotates high to allow goggles or sunglasses storage
    • X-STATIC® lining with reactive cooling helps prevent your head from overheating; ultralight single-layer webbing
    • VaporFit adjustable fit system
    • Integrated camera and light mounts
    • Certification: CPSC, CE EN 1078

    Imported.

    To find your size, position a tape measure just above your ears and about 1" above your eyebrows. Keep the tape level to measure the circumference around the largest part of your head and then find the corresponding size in the Technical specs info.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Helmet Style

    Mountain Bike

    Helmet Construction

    In-mold

    Shell Material

    Polycarbonate

    Head Circumference

    S: 51-55 centimeters

    M: 55-59 centimeters

    L: 59-62 centimeters

    Vents

    20

    Visor/Brim

    Yes

    Weight

    14 ounces

    Gender

    Unisex

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