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Smith Prospect Jr MIPS Helmet - Kids'

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Why We Like The 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
Impact Foam
Aerocore construction featuring Koroyd
14 vents, adjustable
Fit Adjustment
ASTM F 2040, CE EN 1077:2007
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great product

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

Excellent head protection. Variable sizing means more than one or two seasons of use while growing. And the child LIKES the helmet - so they wear it without putting up a fuss!

>Rating: 1

Nice Helmet - Far Too Fragile

I've put it through the wringer
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.