Shred and destroy.
Crashing is part of riding, which makes a solid helmet as key as a good board. Bern's Rollins Helmet serves up quality dome protection in a sleek, low-profile package that's made possible by Bern's Zip Mold foam-injection technology and the thin ABS Hard Shell. The micro-adjustable Crank Fit system cinches the whole package down snugly on your head, while the set-it-and-forget-it Stealth Slide vents make sure your skull doesn't get too toasty. The wireless-audio-ready liner makes it easy to dial up your favorite shredding playlist without fussing with wires.
- ABS Hard Shell
- Zip Mold injected foam
- Crank Fit micro-adjustment
- Stealth Slide vents
- Wireless-audio-ready liner
- Item #BRN000P
- Q & A
Cool but not for XL goggles :(
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I've been snowboarding for 30 years and have never worn a helmet. I've always preferred the steeps to the park and not having one has kept me from doing too many stupid things. Fast forward and now that I have a daughter who's just learning, I want *her* to wear one. Not wanting to be a hypocrite dad, I picked up one for me this season too. With my first forray into helmetdom, I went with the Bern Rollins you see above. The look of the matte white with my black Arc'teryx jacket is pretty sweet. The fit/finish and construction is very high quality and the L/XL fits my 58.5cm noggin snuggly. The helmet is very light and I jumped down the stairs and it didn't move at all. Maybe snowboarding with a helmet won't be so bad...
Fortunately, I put my goggles on WITH the helmet before heading to the slopes, and the brim of the helmet rides pretty low on the forehead. So low that my Oakley Airbrake XL's get pushed down into my nose and cheekbones. So, beware if you ride with massive goggles, otherwise, the Rollins is a solid pick.
Hi. Is the Rollins compatible with a summer liner or is it a one season pony?
Does this helmet have speakers in it already or is that extra?