Bern Watts H2O Watersports Helmet - the original visor helmet. Certified water sports helmet designed specifically for water use.
The Bern WATTS Water Sport crash helmet is a 7 vent helmet with a built in peak to keep the spray and sunlight out of your eyes - it is great for all water sports - white water, kayaking, canoeing, wakeboarding, waterskiing, wake skating, kite boarding.
It has an ABS shell lined with soft moisture wicking Brock Foam and neoprene to help protect the helmet from becoming waterlogged.
The Bern Hard Hat technology provides a new head protection option for athletes that have not been into into wearing helmets, until now. Using a patented multiple impact breathable BROCK foam, this Bern helmet technology keeps riders dry and cool while allowing air to flow in all directions. User response to this new technology has been amazing. A cumbersome helmet was never cool, but it served its purpose. With the Bern Hard Hat technology, helmets are now a sweet necessary accessory that provides ultimate protection.
Brock Foam offers multi-impact performance, porosity and breath-ability and 3D airflow. Air and moisture circulate in any direction without the risk of absorption and the Foam does not harbor moisture and dries quickly after each wakeboarding and kayaking session. Brock Foam is also very resilient and returns to its original shape after impact thereby offering protection for multiple impacts.
Worth knowing: The Bern Watts H20 helmet is certified for watersports use CE1385.
Bern Watts H20 Watersports Helmet Product FeaturesSINK FIT design - so the helmet sits lower around your head and not on top like a mushroom.High Impact protection from ABS shell with Brock Foam internal foam for multi-impact protectionVented outer shell combined with Peak design - 7 Vents, Integrated BrimBrock Foam - Soft Breathable Foam that circulates air and sucks moisture - allowing the water to permeate straight though the foam 3-point strap adjustmentSnap chin buckleWeight - 15.5-16.8 ozSizingMeasure the circumference of your head using a soft tape measure, running the tape over two of your fingers (to ensure it is not too tight a fit) and around your head at the widest point, from forehead, across the temples and around the back.