Light and bold, the HALF BRAIN boasts clean designs and the most essential safety and comfort features. The SHREDVent system and SHREDWheel boosts comfort and keeps your head cool to allow optimal ventilation of your goggle-helmet system. Exclusive ICEdot identifier services has got your back in an emergency. The HALF BRAIN meets and exceeds CE EN1077/B and ASTMF2040. Compatible with Shred Half Brain Slalom Guards.
Special Handling and Shipping:
To Mainland US - 2nd & Next Day Rates have a $10 Oversize Charge.
To Canada or Alaska - Ground Only + $10 Oversize Charge. (Expedited Rate by Quote.)
- SHRED Fitting Wheel
- SHRED Vent air control for comfort and goggles fogging prevention
- Removable Lining and Ear/Neck pads for easy cleaning
- Foldable Vent Cap
- Audio Compatible
- Customizable Sizes: XS/M(52-56) or M/XL(57-61)
How to find your helmet size:
Measure head circumference one inch above the eyebrows around to the largest point on the back of the head. Round up to the larger size when measurement is between two sizes.
Helmet Size Guide
|Head Circumference (inches)||Helmet Size (cm)|
SHRED Vent System
SHREDVent uses a system of helmet vents to keep your head cool and pull warm and moist air out the goggles and exhaust it out of the helmet to prevent fogging.
SHRED Fitting Wheel - Fit Perfect Finder
Fit system with dial wheel and 3 arms that can be adjusted to different positions for a completely customizable fit and goggle integration.
Foldable Vent Cap
The liner is folded over the vents to stop the flow of air during cold days, but can easily be folded back in for best ventilation.
All SHRED helmets exclusively incorporate the ICEdot identifier technology. ICEdot Identifiers work hand-in-hand with the ICEdot service to identify the athlete to first responders and notify his/her loved ones in case of emergency. The ICEdot x Shred membership PIN is printed on the helmet, linking to a personal ICEdot x Shred online account with the athlete's identification, medical info and emergency contacts. This info can be accessed by any first responder with a cell phone. That might be a fellow boarder, skier or a trained paramedic, you never know.