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  • Glove-friendly inline controls and mic allow you to mute, adjust volume and answer calls without removing your helmet or gloves
  • Full-range 40mm drivers are set solidly in the disk-shaped casing; housing enhances in-helmet acoustics, creating a great Hi-Fi experience
  • Compatible with helmets that have slots for audio drop ins, from the following manufacturers: Bern, Giro, Smith, Anon, PRO-TEC, Bolle and more
  • Rugged, minimal design fits into virtually any drop-in-audio enabled helmet
  • IPX-4 sweat- and water-resistance; tested to work at temperatures down to -4°F (-20°C)
  • Comes with a carry pouch, user manual and stickers


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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great for storm skiing. Love the ear button. It's a little finicky about how long you press for pause/play, next track, etc. but I think that's more my phone's fault and it ultimately works as advertised. The ability to control things without digging a remote or your phone out of your clothes, or exposing a delicate control to ice and snow is priceless. The lack of a pigtail for the input isn't an issue for me - I was able to plug it in no problem, and it allows you to unplug and have no dangling wires without completely removing the speakers from the helmet. Or you can just always unplug the other end from your phone and leave the whole thing in your helmet. If the sound was a tiny bit better they'd be five stars all day long.
Date published: 2014-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from good quality for the money When I bought it I had the employee put it into my helmet cause this was the first set up I've ever gotten so I didn't want to damage anything. Purchased a Smith Gage helmet and installing the headphones were easy and a perfect fit so I had no problems with that. I guessed they installed it in wrong the first time, speakers were in backwards and I guess the inputs were plugged in backwards because initially they didn't work at all. When I got home and messed with it and installed it correctly hence speakers pointing in right direction towards ears and inputs that are suppose to go into the speaker and phone were corrected they worked perfect. Build is good. Ergonomics is good. Sound quality is good, not great, but it is what it is, not in ear sound canceling quality but it's good quality. If it didn't advertise itself as "yes they're loud" on the box giving me high hopes for the sound but still lacked in bass then it would've got a 5 star for what it is. Good quality for the price.
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Headphones Good / Cable Bad I've been waiting for some headphones that were reasonable priced and allowed pause/play and next track. These do it with a single button on the headphone (press once to pause/play, twice to go to next track, hold to bring up voice commands on my phone). They slide neatly into my ski helmet, I leave the cord plugged in when taking off the helmet. They are decent sounding quality and plenty loud, my gopro was even picking up audio on the side of my helmet. The Bad: the included cable is cheap, first one went bad, contacted outdoor tech and they sent a new one to me free and it is already going bad. However it is a generic audio/microphone audio cord, I'm going to buy a quality one somewhere else as I like these headphones while riding.
Date published: 2016-03-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Unusable - Returned Twice I installed these in my helmet and was initially impressed with the sound quality, however within one warm day on the mountain, the sound cut in and out and the inline remote kept pausing and restarting the music. I returned them and got another pair. They worked for one day longer than the first but the same problems started again. Final return with no intention of ever using again...disappointed
Date published: 2015-02-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from fail. unusable. instant return Typically in helmet audio has a cord hanging out of the ear hole so you can plug it in after you put on your helmet. These just have an input on the speaker. Once these are in your helmet you need to take a shot in the dark at plugging them in, poking the cord in your helmet hoping it lines up with the speaker. I don't see how this would work for anyone. I like the ear/button control although it functions different from the other button. The sound quality is better than skull candy but still lacking bass. nice reinforced cord
Date published: 2014-11-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Common problem with cable/in-line mic My set turned out to be useless within half an hour of use, and evidently this is a regular problem with this product. The quality/design of the cord/in-line mic is inadequate - my unit would go haywire at the slightest movement if the cord where it enters the in-line controller. I don't recommend this product until they update the cord.
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from push play 1st pair of helmet speakers so I have nothing else to compare them to. But I enjoy the sound. Plenty of bass. Plenty of highs. I can finally feel the ear pads which hold the speakers which adds the warmth feature.
Date published: 2017-02-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from waste of money controller didnt work first day i bought it.............
Date published: 2017-03-04
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