Light Visor

$279.00

OSBE used in-mould technology to create the Light Visor, an extremely low weight helmet available in two adjustable size ranges (XSmall - Medium) and (Large - Extra Large). The integrated, removable visor provides enhanced performance on the slopes while the goggle strap on the back of the helmet allows the wearer to use goggles when needed.

Each OSBE helmet is equipped with a Direct Air Flux (DAF) ventilation system, which regulates temperature inside the shell. A removable and washable plush inner lining is provided to ensure comfort and proper air circulation and a foam seal offers additional nose and face protection for the user. 

All helmets meet EN 1077 Safety Certifications and are made in Italy.

The Light Visor Includes:

  • ULTRA-RESISTANT PAINTING
  • IN-MOULD TECHNOLOGY for a light weight shell
  • ROSE VISOR WITH MIRRORED FLASH which provides UV400 protection and enhanced peripheral vision
  • MICROMETRIC BUCKLE for quick and easy chinstrap release, readily adjustable even when wearing gloves
  • GOGGLE STRAP HOLDER on the back to keep the goggles in place when not utilizing the unique visor
  • HELMET BAG with each new helmet purchase 

 

Additional Accessory:

  • EASY TALK (audio accessory for music and mobile communication sold separatley)
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Height 13.00
Depth 12.00
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Innovative Snowboarding Helmet Of All Time

5/5
Innovative Snowboarding Helmet Of All Time
Posted by vajamusic@aol.com, 18th Feb 2018

Haven't Used Yet

4/5
Just purchased the helmet and adjusted to fit and am looking forward to using it. Preliminarily, feels like a very good fit and it's one of the lightest helmets I have had to date
Posted by undefined, 24th Nov 2014

best helmet with built in goggles

5/5
Best thing ever for wearing glasses No fogging, no loose goggles, really warm CON: have reflective lense, great for sunny day, need clear lense for cloudy day but the lense costs half as much as the total package
Posted by Frank, 14th Jan 2014