$9 Special: It may be $9 or $19 or $199, in any case these items are the last one or two in our inventory and we just want them out as they are taking up space. These products won't last long so be sure to be quick on the trigger. As these items will sell out quickly, they are available for internet purchase only (we won't be able to show them to you at our retail store.)
Bern Hard Hat Compatibility: Whether you have a Baker, Watts or Macon model by Bern, as long as it is the Hard Hat style (as opposed to EPS or Zip Mold versions), this audio knit will fit.
ABS Plastic Shell: ABS, short for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a lightweight, injection molded plastic that is highly durable and impact resistant.
The Original(tm) Visor: The first of its kind, the visor look became the most popular style of Bern freeride helmets, and has been imitated umpteen times by other helmet makers.
Pick your Size: The size of audio knit liners come in Small/Medium and Large/Extra Large. The liner of size S/M will fit both Smalls and Mediums, just as the L/XL will fit both Larges and Extra Larges.
Brock Foam: Brock Foam is an open cell foam which allows air to circulate through the foam and out the lid, keeping you cool and dry.
Interchangeable Liner: This helmet was made to accept multiple Bern liners, such as the 8 Tracks audio liner. Just snap out the existing liner and snap in the Bern liner of your choice.
Beanie Convertible: A layer of padding is easily removed that is the thickness of the average beanie, which prevents a change in fit of the helmet. Even after removed, thin padding remains to still get the benefit of the helmet's padding.
Removable/Washable Lining: The lining of this helmet can be removed if wearing a beanie and also to get it washed.
Goggle clip: Two lateral guides that keep the goggles in place, and doesn't interfere with the goggle adjustment clips.
Included Knit Liner: This model of Bern Helmet comes standard with a warm knit liner.
Non Vented Helmet: This helmet has breathable foam to keep your head from getting too hot and sweaty, therefore there is no reason to include vents, and they didn't. It gives the helmet a smooth look and make sure the cold air stays out.
Bern Helmets: Looking for more information about this, and other Bern Helmets? Check out our Learn Center Page!