Prepare for liftoff.
Anon's Helo 2.0 Helmet is simple, but that doesn't mean it isn't dope. Combining killer comfort and versatility with understated and low-profile style, the Helo 2.0 will keep your dome safe from drop-in to last chair, with an in-mold shell construction and EPS foam that will keep your bell from getting rung if your next backy turns into a one-and-a-half. The famous Boa dial system cinches the Helo firmly down around your head, even if it's funny shaped, and the Fidlock SNAP buckle system is secure, comfortable, and easy to operate with gloves on. Anon also decked the Helo out with a passive ventilation system to keep your egg from boiling, and included a removable Expedition Fleece liner and ear pads if you want to throw a beanie under your lid instead.
- In-mold shell
- EPS foam
- Boa dial fit system
- Passive ventilation
- Fidlock SNAP buckle
- Removable Expedition Fleece liner
- Removable ear pads
- Item #ANO001W
- Q & A
Great helmet for a round head
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I dig the helmet, but having an oval shape melon, it's not the greatest fit. Seems like it's more round than the Rodan (which I will go back to) and the Helo does run a big...... usually have the BOA cranked all the way down on this one in my regular size.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Decent protection, good looking helmet
Just received my exchanged helmet, the Medium was to big and of course the Small was to small... Apparently if your head measures 22.5" then nothing fits as it should!!!
I got my helmet today in preparation for a trip to Utah. Unfortunately after trying it on, it fits to big. Even with the Boa system tightened al the way down, it was still much to loose. I bought a Medium as that's the size that my 22.5" head was supposed to be right in the middle of the size chart. The helmet overall is very light weight and looks great, it also fits well with my Anon goggles! Now to send the helmet back and unfortunately I won't be able to receive a replacement before my trip! Pretty bummed! I had even messaged Anon multiple times, with no response, as to where I could possibly try a helmet on before making the purchase. I'm glad they were such a great help!