All Season Bern Helmets
The new 2014 All Season Bern Helmets are now in stock. Bern’s line up is comfortable, easy adjusting, light weight
The Women’s Lenox is the little sister of the Men’s Watts helmet. The Lenox was made with women’s heads in mind. Don’t worry about having to throw on a helmet that feels too big or pinches the sides of your head. This helmet will slide onto your head and you wont even know that you are wearing a helmet. Are you worried about getting too hot? Don’t worry, there are vents on the top and on the back of the helmet. Made with a ABS shell and EPS foam for a super light weight feel but will be ready when you take a fall.
This helmet is the twin to the men’s Macon. For the girl who wants to go thrash some rails or bomb an asphalt hill. Or if you are all about style this is the perfect brimless helmet. Vents will be on the top and back of the helmet. The Brighton also has goggle vents in the front of the helmet. With this helmet you have the ability to adjust the size as well as change your liner to fit your “all season” needs. Constructed with ABS shell and EPS foam for super light weight feel.
The Muse is the partner in crime with the Baker. Like its twin the Muse showcases the brim that the Baker made synonymous with Bern Helmets. If you are looking for comfort and style you cant go wrong with the helmet for any time of year. Constructed with ABS shell and EPS foam for super light weight feel.
Men’s Bern Helmets
The Bern Watts is the little brother to the Baker. Following the same lines at the Baker, Watts will have the classic Bern visor and the knit liner that can be changed for your “All Season” needs. Unlike the Baker, the Watts Bern helmet will have vent on the top and back half of the helmet to keep a consistent airflow through out your thrashing session.
The Men’s Bern Macon is the perfect helmet for the park skiers/boarders who love to kill it on asphalt as well. You don’t want a brim, that’s fine. Bern made this helmet just for you. Vents on the top and back to make sure you have consistant airflow while you are throwing tricks or just cruising around. Not only can you change the liner to fit the time of year, you can remove the goggle hook if you don’t want it on your helmet during the summer.
The Bern Baker is the helmet that started it all. The original helmet that brought the Bern visor onto the helmet scene. If you don’t mind having vents and want a sharp looking helmet snag this bad boy up. You cant go wrong with the Baker, its been worn by Olympic gold medalists and other pro snowboarders for year.