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Bern Allston
$131.98
Built for urban riders and commuters who demand the most from their gear, the Allston is Bern's top-of-the-line city lid. Featuring premium Zipmold+ construction, the Allston offers three shell sizes and a Boa 360 degree retention system for the ultimate fit, while 16 large vents offer optimum air flow. The signature soft flip visor and a performance moisture-control liner round things out and give the Allston a distinctive Bern look. With a style that is at home on the way to the office as it is on the bike path, the Allston offers versatility, performance, and style all rolled into one package. - Weight 356 Grams - Standards CPSC, EN1078
Bern FL-1 Libre
$99.98
With its sleek, lightweight fit and simple design, the FL-1 Libre is for riders who are looking for a dependable helmet that will protect your head, and won't break the bank. With 18 vents, In-Mold design and Crank-Fit adjustability, the FL-1 Libre keeps you cool and safe while burning pavement, or taking in the fresh mountain air. Life, Libre and the pursuit of happiness! - Small: 52-55.5cm, Medium: 55.5-59cm, Large: 59-62cm - Weight 248 Grams - Standards CPSC, EN1078
Bern FL-1 Pave w/MIPS
$119.94
New from the ground up, Bern's FL-1 takes the traditional Bern DNA and applies it to a fully-vented, super lightweight, In-Mold design. Boa adjustability provides a wide-range of fit and excellent comfort, while 18 ultra-large vents keep you cool. Available with and without MIPS, the FL-1 appeals to high-end commuters, road riders, and mountain bikers alike. The premium in-mold construction features a poly-carbonate micro-shell lined with EPS foam to create an ultra-lightweight helmet. The FL-1 Boa system is a proprietary, lightweight and breathable 360-degree adjustable fit system responsible for near perfect fit, amplifying the FL-1s safety measure and incredible comfort. MIPS changes the way we think about helmet safety. MIPS was developed by brain surgeons and scientists to reduce rotational forces on the brain caused by angled impacts to the head.
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