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Matches perfectly with your gnar pants.

As the original, four-season lid with a brim, the Bern Baker Hard Hat Helmet has a certain OG status in the world of snow, dirt and skating. Brock foam protects your brains from multiple, low-impact hits when other types of foam dont, and open cell design promotes airflow to help your head stay cool. Reach for the Baker instead of ending up in the hospital.
  • Hard Hat version with Brock Foam is not EN/AST/CPSC certified for severe single impacts, but it is able to withstand multiple, lighter hits without requiring replacement (as compared to Zipmold and EPS foam, which is certified but must be replaced after a single hit, however hard or soft)
  • 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
  • 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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5 5

Ahhhhh

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great fit, great feel, great warmth, great style, everything about this thing is fantastic. I got the blue/yellow/black combo that makes me look like a hoodrat, but mostly ski powder with this helmet. Works like a charm. Get it.

4 5

Just missed perfection

Just got this helmet to replace one that was to big on my noggin. I matched it with the smith IOs and have had no compatibility issues between the helmet and goggles. Love the fit of this helmet, its unreal how perfect it is. My only complaints are these two: (a) The helmet has ZERO ventilation, ive taken it up on blue-bird days and whiteout days in 10� weather, and my head always ends up overheated. (b) The forehead spot on the helmet is where I normally lift my goggles to when I dont need them on my face, but the curvature of this helmet makes it difficult to keep them there. The latter is less of a big deal, but I would strongly consider a helmet with vents, you WILL sweat in this sucker. Regardless, I still love it.

5 5

solid helmet

Bad ass helmet. Super comfy, great for mounting a GoPro, and it protected my noodle first day out. And it does have a goggle strap.

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5 5

Smooth Hat

It's super warm, looks good, and protects your dome from all those little shots. Don't be scared about all the warnings about this not being a helmet- that's just for liability. The Hard Hat will protect you from most of what you hit your head on.

Does the Baker have a goggle strap?

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Does the Baker have a goggle strap?

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yes.

can you have earbuds in and it still be...

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can you have earbuds in and it still be comfortable?

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Definitely, I ride in this helmet and need my tunes to drown out most the park rats here at MTN Creek.

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absolutely. the knit isn't too stiff on the ears.

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How does this helmet fit with Gordini...

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How does this helmet fit with Gordini Triumph goggles?

Why would someone want a helmet that is...

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Why would someone want a helmet that is designed for light impacts only rather than a severe impact? Is it designed for boarding? I prefer a helmet that will protect from a severe blow, otherwise what is the point of wearing it?

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When discussing a "hit" in terms of taking a blow you have two basic types: high impact (read: catastrophic), low impact (read: concussion). All helmets are expected to meet the safety requirements for a high impact hit, this helmet is no exception. Many helmets, like for example, a normal bike helmet, do not protect against low impact hits. So, when you take a decent blow to the head in a helmet that does not meet low impact standards your chances of a concussion are significant.

This helmet is meant to protect against both high, AND low impact hits. It does so with the use of special foam padding. Most popular winter helmets meet these requirements.

Hope this was helpful to you :D

Am I able to put in a headphones system?

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Am I able to put in a headphones system?

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You can upgrade the liner with an audio liner for the Hard Hat.

How does this helmet fit with Electric...

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How does this helmet fit with Electric EG2's.

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Yes, it should pair nicely

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I just picked up a set of EG2s this weekend. Im pretty stoked on how well they match together. The corners fit right in. The only issue is if you wear a beanie the helmet might sit a little high depending on the sizing.

How does this helmet fit with Electric...

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How does this helmet fit with Electric EG2's.

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the EG2's would be a bit big for this combo

can a light be attached to this helmet or...

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can a light be attached to this helmet or does bern provide a setup like that? need something for canoeing and caving as well or should i pick from a different style?

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This is more of a ski/snowboard helmet...A good option would be the black diamont half-dome helmet, it has headlamp loops, and is well-vented so it would drain water quickly even though it is a rock-climbing helmet.

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It does have a strap clip on the back so a simple headlamp would work well on this, but it would be pretty hot without any vents and all the padding.

5 5

excellent

By far the best helmet l've ever owned. Not too bulky and l like having the visor

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After doing a little reading...
EPS: Absorbs energy by compressing and breaking apart, decelerating the head at a slower rate. Once the shell is completely broken the helmet is unable to absorb any more energy, which means whatever energy is left is sent directly to the head. Helmet is useless after one good impact.

Brock: Compresses and deforms to absorb impact. Shell also deforms and possibly breaks, depending on amount of energy, to absorb impact. Once shell is broken and foam is totally compressed, the rest of the energy is transferred directy to the head. Foam rebounds back to original form and helmet is good to use as long as shell is intact

I wear a 7 3/8 or 7 1/2 New Era...but I...

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I wear a 7 3/8 or 7 1/2 New Era...but I would like to wear a beanie underneath of this...should I go XL, or would L work?

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Im about the same as you and L is what id rep

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go XL cus your gunna wanna wear a beanie under it and if you wanna put ur goggle straps under neath too... id go bigger...

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I'm a 7 3/8 and I wear a large without a beanie underneath.

Does anyone know if the hard hat version...

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Does anyone know if the hard hat version fits the same as the eps version both without the liners? I like wearing a hat under my helmet and was able to try the eps on in person and found that the XL fit with a hat under, but I want the hard hat version, so should I still go with an XL? Thanks for the help.

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I found this helmet runs a bit small so I would recommend the bigger size. I ordered a medium and and had to exchange it for a large. Overall its a comfortable ski helmet.

5 5

Because I Love it.

What I love about this helmet is its simplicity. It's a helmet and a rockin' one at that. There is enough insolation to keep you warm on the cold days and it design will prevent you from overheating in the spring.

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