Winter Sports
Smith Optics

Founded in 1965 by an Orthodontist, Smith Optics has set the standard with its goggle technology and is moving into helmets among other sports gear. 

Their technology has come a long way from making the first pair of goggles with sealed thermal lens and breathable vent foam. They now feature polarized or non polarized removable lenses with Tapered Lens Technology (TPT), which allows the wearer to see the terrain around them without distortion. 

Smith’s helmet line is equally impressive. An AirEvac system prevents goggles from fogging by consistently pulling in cool, dry air through the front and allowing the warm, moist air over the person’s head out the rear of the helmet. There are also dual regulators which allow you to control airflow in the front and rear sections for your own comfort level or weather conditions. If that’s not enough, the Smith Holt also has a convertible pad kit for year round use and the Skullcandy audio system available. 

Not only does Smith Optics strive to have leading technology, they also use a large amount of recycled products thus reducing their dependency on traditional materials. With using these recycled materials, there is to up to 40% less global warming emissions in the manufacturing process alone since its inception in 2008. 

You can feel good about buying products with a leading edge on technology, but you can feel great about Smith Optic’s awareness of keeping the environment around them.

Snowboard Helmets

How do you choose snowboard helmets

Think about what type of snowboard helmets are attractive to you. Not only will a helmet protect you on the slopes, the style is as individual as the person wearing it.

Follow a helmet sizing chart to ensure it will fit safely and comfortably.

Keep in mind the type of riding or competition you will be doing and make sure your snowboard helmet meets the recommended safety standards.

Consider design. Is there insulation to keep you warm? The Bern Macon helmets among many have a clip-in liner for warm or cold weather riding. Do you want to listen to music? There are snowboard helmets with audio built in like the Bern Baker Seth Wescott so you can listen to your favorite music while carving the mountain! Venting and airflow are also key features of design and comfort with the amount of vents, location, and adjustability. 

As you can see snowboard helmets are an important investment, and following these steps will ensure you pick the right helmet for you.

Ski Helmets

Do you wear a ski helmet? The snow has arrived and ski season is upon us. There are many reasons to wear one when you are out on the slopes. The biggest; there are people waiting for you when you step off of them. 

Comfort, style, and safety now go hand in hand and it makes selecting a ski helmet easier than ever. The Nutcase Hula Lounge Snow Helmet like many, have fun, sleek designs and meet high safety standards.  Smith Holt helmets, such as the Smith Holt Park White are also versatile, comfortable and have features such as goggle locks and offer a variety of styles based on your performance level. 

All professional athletes and Olympian skiers are leading by example and using ski helmets. If the best and brightest are making a statement by setting the standard using helmets – think about what that says and don’t be the last to put your safety first.

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