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Obex Spin Helmet

3.6666666666666665 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $119.97 Original price: $199.95
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Color:Hydrogen White


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Obex Spin Helmet

The POC Obex Spin Helmet utilizes POC's Spin technology to decrease the amount of force to your head during impact. It works by allowing the helmet to move relative to your head, allowing rotational movement that reduces the amount of energy that could otherwise continue through your skull. Besides offering innovative impact protection, the Obex helmet is designed to be lightweight and fully featured for long, fun days on the snow.


  • Lightweight helmet for long days on the snow
  • SPIN minimized forces to head during impact
  • Interior size adjustment makes customizing fit easy
  • Sliding top vent keeps you cool when the day heats up
  • Front vents let air out of goggles to prevent fogging
  • Fixed goggle clip ensure goggles don't slide off while shredding
  • Compatible with POC AID Communication Ear Pads (not included)
  • Item #POC00D5
Shell Material
Impact Foam
Audio Compatible
POC Aid Communication
Audio System Included
Fit Adjustment
CE EN 1077 class B, ASTM F2040
Claimed Weight
[small] 6.5oz, [medium] 6.9oz, [large] 7.9oz
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

3.5 based on 3 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

March 11, 2024

Excited for POC Technology

I've used it several times
Size Bought:

I love the POC impact technology, but the overall sizing features are lacking in my opinion compared to other helmets I've had; the ear pieces constantly come unhooked, though they are replaceable with the audio speaker inserts, so I understand why, but still feels pretty cheap and insecure. Also the chin strap and internal sizing ring is not that comfortable. It is workable, but not great.

5 out of 5 stars

February 26, 2021

It fits!

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

Woman with a fairly large head here. I had a terrible time finding a helmet that fits. I measure pretty much medium (57 mm) in most brands/styles, BUT my head is too oval shaped -- the back of my head and forehead would get crushed. I tried larges with BOAs and they would come down so low, my goggles would get pushed below my nose and the BOA dial would jab into the back of my neck. I ordered this helmet (POC Obex Spin) in the M/L and it was PERFECT. I mean, as though it were made for me. It must be my Swedish ancestry. *Edit to add: It does fit nicely with my goggles (Oakley & Giro) -- no gap, nice air flow.

Sarah A
3 out of 5 stars

June 28, 2020

High quality, poor audio choice

I returned this product before using it

This helmet is very well constructed and looks pretty good. As I understand it from talking to the Gearheads, the SPIN technology is also top of the line when it comes to concussion protection, perhaps even superior to MIPS. The helmet is very comfortable around the head, though the ear pieces are pretty tight - I think they do this in part to ensure that your ears stay warm. The odd part about this helmet is the audio compatibility: it's only compatible with POC brand audio, not 3rd party, such as Smith or Sweet Protection,, and the POC audio is difficult to find aftermarket. Not many places sell it (Backcountry does not, at least currently), it's expensive, and there's very little information about how it works on the POC website (for example, are there any controls for volume or power on the outside, like for other brands? Who knows?). I also can't find an aftermarket bluetooth audio. I'm not a fan of the proprietary audio, and I appreciate how most of the other helmet brands out there let you add your own audio. That said, if you are going to require proprietary audio, it should be easier to purchase. Were it not for this issue, I'd likely keep this helmet, but as is it's a no go for me. I don't ride with audio often, but the flexibility to have music on the lift is something I've become accustomed to.

Chris J