The carefully engineered in-mold construction of Smith's Maze makes this low-profile helmet one of the lightest certified snow helmets in the world. Clean, timeless shape of the shell hide the Smith pioneered AirEvac technology for superior goggle integration. The removable ear-pads and self-adjusting lifestyle fit system assure an adaptive, comfortable fit.Read more
The performance standard for many years, In-Mold construction creates a PC shell helmet with and EPS liner to maximize weight reduction. Lightweight, comfortable and offering value for every ounce, In-Mold construction is the flyweight winner.
Airflow Climate Control
Airflow ventilation utilizes strategically placed vents for easy climate control in all conditions. Vent placement maximizes airflow and heat exhaustion in warm temperatures while minimizing undesired cold air drafts. Fabric flaps in the lining design on certain models allow you to open and close the airflow vents for adjustable comfort.
Lifestyle Fit System (LFS)
Built around the forgiving properties of elastic, the self-adjusting Lifestyle Fit System is designed to flex around the wearer's head, providing a dynamic fit that will move as you do. Additional lateral adjustability on the fit system arms allows it to accommodate a wide range of head sizes. With the Lifestyle Fit System, you'll experience comfort and mobility from a fit system you'll never have to think about.
At Smith, they design helmets and goggles to work together as a fully integrated system. For the helmet line, the most important factor in integration is the AirEvac ventilation system. This is the bridge that allows goggles and helmets to function as one system, venting warm moist air away from the goggles, through the helmet climate control system and ultimately away from the head. Ultimate integration starts with the precise fit of the Smith goggle and helmet. Smith helmets are designed to match the curvature of the goggle frame, eliminating 'gaper gap' and allowing precise alignment between the helmet AirEvac and the goggle venting systems.