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Auric Cut, Lactose Red, hi-res
Auric Cut, Lactose Red, hi-res

Auric Cut

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170.00 € 119.00 €

The Auric Cut is multi-impact, well ventilated, versatile helmet designed for any free-skier who likes taking on new on and off-piste challenges.

Variations

  • Color
    • Hexane Yellow
    • Lead Blue
    • Actinium Pink
    • Bohrium Red
    • Lactose Red
    • Ethane Blue
    • Methane Green
    • Matt White
    • Matt Black
    • Basketane Blue
    • Polystyrene Grey
    • Timonium Orange
    • Hafnium Yellow
    • Copper Red
    • Rhodium Beige
    • Tin Blue
    • Please select color
  • Size
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Based on the Auric helmet, developed for park and pipe riding, the Auric Cut has been adapted to provide a versatile helmet for any free-skier, on or off-piste. The multi-impact EPP liner combined with a tough ABS shell provides excellent protection in a durable construction.
 
The adjustment system ensures a precise, snug fit and the ventilation is easily adjusted from the outside to close off airflow in cold conditions or open it for strenuous hikes or milder days. The interior has been developed to provide high levels of adjustable comfort and the removable goggle clip provides a flexible attachment for those who prefer wearing the goggle on the inside of the helmet.

Item No. 10496

Technical Features

  • Multi-impact EPP liner
  • Robust ABS shell
  • Adjustable ventilation

  • Goggle vents evacuate steam from your goggles
  • Internal padding for a safe and comfortable fit
  • Size adjustment system for a precise fit
  • Compatible with POC Auric Cut communication headset (sold separately)
  • Removable goggle clip
  • Weight 500g

CERTIFIED EN 1077B, ASTM 2040

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Size Guide

Snow Helmets
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.