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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 04:33 PM
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Bern Helmet question

Hey guys I have what may be a dumb question about bern helmets, Ive always wanted on for snowboarding but I went to their site and saw they make wake helmets too. The way the site makes it look you can buy one helmet and use it for wake and snow with the removal of the liner. Are the helmets made to be able to used on snow and as well as in water or am I just misunderstanding the website? and if they are made for both what goes into switching back and forth between the two season uses?
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-11-2010, 05:04 PM
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I'm not sure about Bern specifically, but I do know that most snowboard helmets nowadays are designed to be fully functional year round
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i'm pretty sure all you do is take out the ear liner part. that's the same thing with the skate helmet i bought...except i bought it off a skate website so it didn't come with the ear pads so i have to buy a new one. i'm looking at this Bern 2009 WATTS helmet Matte Black w/ Plaid AUDIO Knit - Small: bern-071-watts-black-audio-S Ski Universe - The best prices and free shipping on Head, Scott, Rossignol, K2 skis, boots and bindings. cuz it seems SWEET
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yeah I know most helmets are moving towards being compatible during all seasons but none really that are going to be waterproof for wakeboarding, I want to buy something exactly like what you posted the link for but on their website the H2O helmets have this liner and I want to know if the water liner is compatible with the snow liner and if they are where i would be able to find one because im striking out so far.
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