A half-shell helmet with washable liner and padded chin strap keeps you in the park all day long.
The Salomon Brigade Helmet protects your noggin when you're popping on table tops and riding the rails in your favorite terrain park. Kick off the lip knowing the injected-ABS plastic shell glued directly to a pre-formed EPS-foam liner, absorbs shock better than the steel bumper on your 1973 SUV. A separate liner pops out when it's laundry day so your melon smells shower-fresh all season long, um, presuming you actually shower. If you have a high-volume head, you may prefer to leave the liner out and wear your beanie under the helmet.
Continue to customize the fit of the Brigade helmet with the adjustable chin strap and flexible ear pads. When the wind screams louder than the banshee in your basement, leave the ear pads in to ensure you leave the hill with both ears in tact. When spring skiing dictates bikinis and boots, take the ear pads off for a little more airflow. Salomon's AirConcept channels inside the helmet ensure air reaches your head, helping you keep your cool when you're powering through the park. Certified to meet both European and American standards, this versatile half-shell helmet cradles your head, beanie and all, all winter long.
- Injected-ABS + molded EVA
- Removable, washable liner
- Removable ear flap padding
- Chin strap padding
- CE-EN1077/ASTM F-2040 certified
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I am looking at this helmet for my wife..I know its a mens helmet, but all the women's helmets are very 'girly' and she just wants one which is basic and will do the job. This looks like it. Can you tell me please, I have got her to try on my Giro helmet which is a M; I'm a bit confused by the Salomon size chart. The Giro M is up to 57cm and fits her, I'm assuming that I go for a M in Salomon too right?
The size M for this model will fit a head 57 - 58cm in circumference. Keep in mind that you can also remove the liner on this model and wear a beanie underneath - it's more of a park style, so it does have a bit of versatility in that regard.