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Smith Prospect Jr MIPS Helmet - Kids'

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Prospect Jr MIPS Helmet

The Kids' Prospect Jr. MIPS Helmet boasts Smith's most advanced features found in a ski helmet. It has a MIPS (Multi Direction Impact Protection System) inner lining that rotates slightly upon impact to absorb side-angled crashes commonly occurred from falling on skis and snowboards. Smith's Koroyd foam has a honeycomb structure that enhances ventilation and lightness without compromising overall safety. Inside, a dial-adjustable lining hugs the furry lining for a snug fit and soft warmth. Fourteen ventilation holes let out any unwanted warmth, and the adjustable switch closes all the vents in winter's coldest.
  • Kids' ski helmet boasting advanced features in adult models
  • MIPS enhances rotational absorption around the helmet's sides
  • Grow With Me dual-stage liner accommodates growing children
  • Koroyd honeycomb foam balances protection with ventilation
  • Furry lining assures soft warmth without a beanie
  • Adjustable fit via one glove-friendly dial
  • Fourteen ventilation holes adjusted by top switch
  • Snapfit SL2 earpads are removable for warmer weather
  • Item #SMI00MS

Shell Material
Koroyd
Impact Foam
Aerocore construction featuring Koroyd
Ventilation
14 vents, adjustable
Fit Adjustment
dial
Certifications
ASTM F 2040, CE EN 1077:2007
Claimed Weight
1lb
Recommended Use
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 1

Nice Helmet - Far Too Fragile

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer
Fit:
True to size

Had two kids in this helmet. Adjustment mechanism broke on both - one almost immediately , the other in their first season. The “grow with you” system is a great idea but no way this helmet survives multiple seasons with a kid. Reached out to Smith, waiting to see what, if anything, they’ll do about it.