BernNino Helmet - Kids'

Spanish for "Protect his dome."

When grown-ups crash a lot, they're called accident-prone, but when a kid takes spill after spill, he's called a kid. Since his tumbles are an unavoidable part of his life, the Bern Nino Boys' Helmet should be too, with its impact-softening construction, comfortable fit, and easy style that he'll be happy to wear. Bern's Sink Fit gives the Nino a low-profile look, so he won't feel like he's sporting a mushroom on his head, and the Zip-Mold technology fuses high-impact foam with a rugged polycarbonate shell to take the sting out of high- and low-speed crashes. The Nino has passive ventilation to help his noggin stay cool and comfortable, a molded eyewear channel that allows comfortable and fog-free use of goggles and sunglasses, and even two custom-fit goggle clip locations that let him set up the helmet to his exact, and no doubt demanding, specs.

  • Zip-Mold technology
  • Foam lining and polycarbonate shell
  • Low-profile Sink Fit
  • Passive ventilation system
  • Molded eyewear channel
  • Dual custom-fit goggle clip locations
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Brain Bucket

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

Got a Strider for my little dude, so I grabbed this. Fits great, looks great. Hasn't had a crash yet, so no word on durability. But I've had Bern helmets before for myself with no issue and I am expecting the same.

Awesome helmet

    We signed our son up for the Strider Championship and he had to have an awesome helmet to go with it, rather than the one we had purchased from Target when he first got his bike. Man, this helmet is everything we could hope for and more, he could even probably use this out on the slopes this season with a beanie under. It is the coolest design, what 3 year old little boy doesn't want a shark helmet? It fits really well, I love that it doesn't stick up on his head like most helmets do too. It does offer great ventilation, but he is a sweat machine so it doesn't really help him too much. I would definitely recommend this helmet though to anyone!

    Great Helmet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Wanted something a little cooler looking than the ol' Bell style helmet. This not only looks cooler, but appears to function better and stay on really well. The flip bill is a nice feature that the little guy really loves. Highly recommend it, my 4 year old loves it.

    This is a great helmet!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I bought this for my 3 yr old since he outgrew his little specialized. I really like that it has some of the best coverage of any of the children's helmets that i looked at. sm/xs fits him great and there is quite a bit of adjustment. I think it will fit him awhile. He likes the visor because "it's just like daddy's". Also, it comes in his favorite color, a plus while negotiating with a toddler. I think this little helmet is dollar for dollar, the best value on the market.

    I am going to order the cold weather insert. I'll update after i receive it

    Great Helmet!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought this helmet because the style and color scheme was better than the adult's helmets in my opinion. This size was exactly the same as an adult S/XS and fits great on an adult head of that size!

    Bern Nino Boys' Helmet Video

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    For sizing purposes is this helmet considered...

    For sizing purposes is this helmet considered "kids" or "juniors"?

    The Nino/Nina are Kid's sizing

    The Nino/Nina are Kid's sizing

    Bern Nino

      The Bern Nino is a standout helmet, the Zip Mold, Sink Fit Feature and Polycarbonate Shell make for a great fit and super safe helmet. As a Coach of young shredders the Bern Nino is my go to helmet when a parent asks me what the best helmet is and another great feature of the Bern Nino is that it can be used for Biking, Skiing and Skating.

      Unanswered Question

      Is this helmet compatible with the cold...

      Is this helmet compatible with the cold weather liner?