Anon Striker Helmet

Prepare to strike.

The Anon Striker Helmet boasts a team-driven design―and Anon's pro team is picky. They wanted a hard-knockin' Endura-Shell two-piece construction that features an injection-molded ABS exterior, because they wanted a helmet that was long-lasting. The Striker offers passive ventilation, which draws fresh air into the front and pulls moisture out the back to keep goggles clear and maintains comfort in the helmet. Sometimes, team members like to ride with a beanie, but keep their heads safe, so the Striker has a removable liner and ear pads (that's also lined with comfy fleece), to make the fit just right.

  • Endura-Shell ABS construction
  • Passive ventilation
  • Expedition fleece on liner and ear pads
  • Simple fit ready
  • Removable goggle clip
  • SkullCandy ASFX audio compatible
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Killer helmet!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really like this helmet! I have a narrower oval head and this fits great! The pads are removable. I wear my beanie and goggles underneath, but you can also put the goggles over and use the clip in the back. It also has a lower profile than some of the other Anon helmets. Would definitely recommend!

Great helmet

    I ordered this helmet for my son. He really likes the fit and comfort. He says the sizing is perfect. So far the construction is top notch.

    Great helmet

    good helmet

      good shred helmet fits well with a beany under it and will keep those ears warm

      Ear covers poor quality

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      After only 4 days of skiing, the ear piece outer covers are peeling. Not sure if it's because it's faux leather or PVC. Very disappointing.

      Ear covers poor quality

      Are you able to open/close the vents or are they permanently open?

      Hey Michael,



      Passive ventilation channels integrated into the helmet draw fresh air in the front and pulls moisture out the back. These built-in channels help to keep goggles clear and aid in maintaining a balanced and comfortable climate all day long. They do not have any mechanism to close them, or to restrict the airflow.

      My head measures 60cm. Should I get a L or XL?

      you should get the large size for a proper fit to ensure maximum safety. If you plan on wearing a thick beanie under your helmet (not recommended) you should size up.

      Decent helmet

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Fairly comfortable helmet, might run a bit large, and is a bit bulky on the head. My previous helmets were uvex race helmets so my opinion on the bulkiness my be skewed by that, but it does feel a little big. Goggle strap is simple and effective.

      Unanswered Question

      My head measures 55cm, which size should I get?

      I'm 58 cm head size, what helmet size would...

      I'm 58 cm head size, what helmet size would be better? M or L?

      Go with a Large. I also have a 58cm head and you will not be able to wear a hat or goggles underneath with a Medium.

      Anon Striker Helmet