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Ground is lava.
When your usual surefire-fun park laps have you looking like amateur hour, the Anon Women's Lynx Helmet keeps your melon safe—without making you look like a goobery egghead. Built for those days when you just can't stick the landing, this grey-matter holster is an all-purpose, durable helmet that even Mom would approve of.
Equipped with the Passive Ventilation system, this piece regulates your bio-dome microclimate with its internal channels that draw fresh air in while simultaneously pushing moisture out. Akin to the super soft pallas cat, the women-specific, high loft fleece liner keeps you cozy-warm and can be removed when your brain-o-spheric conditions turn to balmy. The rugged Durashell two-piece construction and injection molded ABS exterior provides paramount protection while the Simple Fit system has removable liner, earpads, and a hidden, adjustable BOA fit system, so you can fine tune and dial into that inner, stealthy bobcat.
- Simple Fit system
- Chin strap adjustment
- Removable liner and earpads
- Audio compatible
- Removable goggle clip
- High loft fleece liner
- Q & A
Helmet in action
Here is my helmet while riding.
loud when going fast
marks up easily
Not a cannonball
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Over the past few years I have avoided the fully round helmet so I don't look like a cannonball. I am 5'2 and like 100 pounds so I get pretty self conscious when I'm feeling like I've got a huge head!
This helmet is pretty average fitting. I've always worn a medium but since my dreadlocks have gotten a bit thicker I almost had to step up into a size large, but I really wanted to avoid that.
I have always worn a beanie under my helmet to avoid the gaper gap the new liner they have in this would help you elimante that but the I just don't trust the velcro on the inside of the helmet.
Sometimes it sticks to my beanie under the helmet so I'm nervous about it getting stuck to my dreads!
I really started wearing this helmet more often on a cold wet day to avoid a soggy hat. Oh man that day changed the way I feel about helmets.
Since I wore this helmet the first day this year I've been wearing it everytime I've been out.
I grew up ski racing so speed is the name of the game for me when I am outside of the park, and I think the most dangerous thing on the mountain is other people.
I think that this helmet is low profile, warm and most of all safe. Growing up a ski racer my old helmet was bright yellow and everyone hit it with ski poles so I despise a lot of bulky helmets.
I can say this helmet and my previous helmet with a visor the Aura have kept me warm and safe.
When I'm older I plan on upgrading into a mips helmet to protect my brain rather than my skull!
If you'd like to try this out with a free return label or need help on sizing give me a call at 801.204.4660 or email me at email@example.com!
These work seamlessy with my womens anon goggles as well!
how does this fit with the flight deck?
How much does it weigh?