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Auric Cut Backcountry SPIN

color Radon Blue

Auric Cut Backcountry SPIN

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220.00 €

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    • Hydrogen White
    • Uranium Black
    • Bohrium Red
    • Radon Blue
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POC has been at the forefront of protection and helmet technology for a number of years and the Auric Cut Backcountry SPIN sets a new standard for on- and off-piste helmet performance for skiers and snowboarders. 

To deliver on our mission, and developed using feedback from our pro-team athletes and medical experts, POC helmets are all developed with our whole-helmet concept at the center of our design process; using optimized materials throughout the helmet, such as an advanced multi impact EPP liner which can withstand repetitive impacts and a very robust ABS shell which supports anti penetration protection and ensures helmet strength and integrity. SPIN (Shearing Pad INside) is our patent-pending silicone pad technology system which uses innovative materials and design to complement our whole helmet approach.             

The helmet also features an integrated RECCO reflector which will support being searchable in the backcountry. A size adjustment system offers a superb and flexible fit and the adjustable vents on the front and top of the helmet provide adjustable ventilation, for mixed weather conditions or when accessing the backcountry. The Auric Cut Backcountry SPIN is versatile, equally at home carving up the piste or facing diverse challenges in the backcountry.

Item No. 10499

  • Durable multi-impact EPP liner
  • Robust ABS Shell
  • Integrated Recco avalanche rescue reflector
  • Helmet integrated with patent pending POC SPIN (Shearing Pad Inside)
  • Adjustable ventilation
  • Size adjustment system
  • Detachable goggle clip
  • Compatible with POC Aid Communication headset (sold separately)

Size Guide

Size
Head Circumference
XS-S (cm)
51-54
M-L (cm)
55-58
L-XXL (cm)
59-62

Measurement Guide

Helmet sizes are based on the circumference of your head. To determine the correct size, wrap a measuring tape around your head. Once you've determined the measurement, you can use the chart here as a guide.