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Calyx Helmet

3.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
Current price: $149.97 - $162.47 Original price: $249.95
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Color:Epidote Green Matt


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Why We Like The POC Calyx Helmet

Action sports should always be done with a helmet on. Whenever we are skiing or snowboarding, we are never without our POC Calyx helmet. Featuring an ABS hardshell and fitted with a dual-density EPS liner, the Calyx helmet it protective and comfortable to wear. This helmet features Mips Evolve technology to help reduce rotational forced transferred to the brain in the event of an impact. The 360-degree fit system is adjustable to get the best fit and snugs the helmet to our head to ensure it doesn't move around. ventilation and exhaust ports allow our head to breathe, and a RECCO reflector gives us better chance of being found in the event of an avalanche.


  • Ski/snowboard helmet ready to shred the mountain
  • Mips technology helps protect our head from rotational forces
  • Dual-density EPS liner absorbs impact energy
  • ABS hardshell is durable and tough
  • 360-degree fit system ensures the perfect fit
  • Item #POCZ1IO
Shell Material
Impact Management
Mips Evolve, dual-density EPS
Fit Adjustment
360 fit system
Claimed Weight
[size medium/large] 1lb 4.62oz (585g)
ski, snowboard
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 1 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 2 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

March 1, 2024

Way too small

I returned this product before using it

This helmet is way too small comparing to other POC helmets. The Fornix M fits me pretty well. I couldn’t even put this helmet on my head. With the ear protection, it’s gonna be smaller. Return it.

Yao X
4 out of 5 stars

February 21, 2024

Really Nice helmet... but $250?!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
6' 1"

PROs I will start off by saying the design of the helmet is very nice! POC helmets are both practically and beautifully made. I own several of their bike helmets and they are all great quality. This helmet is also quite compact without feeling like you're losing out on protection which is hard to do the quality of materials in the helmet feels very nice. It fits very comfortably on the head and the adjustment strap in the back is the best I've used in a helmet. I would say weight-wise it feels like a cross between a bike helmet and a snowboard helmet (both of which I use) and that's ultimatley what attracted me to the product....but that price... Granted I got during their spring sale so it wasn't quite as steep but there are several things that I feel were not up to par for such an expensive product(even for the sale price). Bullet PROs + Vents on the top work well +Awesome multi-functional helmet design + Helmet isn't to bulky +Adjustment strap is fantastic + Nice Medium weight + (subjective) few really nice color choices CONs The strap, however, feels like an afterthought. First, it is quite scratchy... Like really not comfortable. Its ok when you're trying on the helmet but after using it for a whole day its very stiff and the materials feel like they cut into your chin a bit. (Its better with the balaclava buit you shouldnt need that ) I would not use it without adding a pad (which is not included with the product). For reference my $50 anon raider helmet has far more comfortabel straps for a 5th of the price. While I like the layout of the straps and how they sit around the ears this seems like a weirdly overlooked part. Secondly...NO MAGNETIC LATCH?!?! what? you can buy the Meninx helmet for $10 more and get the fidlock magnetic latch(which you can buy yourself online for $2)... so what gives? It feels like they spent a ton of time and resources designing the helmet itself and last minute the designers were like "Oh yeah it needs a strap..." and then grabed whatever leftover strap parts that had. I like the helmet itself so I dont think i will return it but I may mod on a new chin strap because this is laughable. Bullet Cons +Chin strap is scratchy material +No magnetic latch?!?! +Crazy expensive

Miles M