Shred Basher Mini Helmet

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  • Item #17635A
  • $99.00
  • Regular price $160.00

FIS RH 2013 certified, super tough, durable and low profile ski racing helmet featuring an IMPACT RECOVERY EPP liner and Rotational Energy System for rotational acceleration absorption. The SHRED SHIELD shell is designed with a freestyle look and tapered forehead protection against gate impact.

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.)


  • Junior Ski Racing Helmet
  • Tapered Shred Shield shell to enhance durability and impact protection
  • Rotational Energy System protection
  • Custom Fit Kit
  • Removable goggle buckle
  • Quick Release Buckle
  • Meets and exceeds FIS RH 2013 safety standards
  • Junior Sizing

Selecting your proper helmet size:

Measure your head circumference one inch above the eyebrows around to the largest point on the back of your head. Round up to the larger size when your measurement is between two sizes.

Head Measurement

Helmet Size Guide

Head Circumference (inches) Helmet Size (cm)
20 51
20 1/4 52
20 7/8 53
21 1/4 54
21 5/8 55
22 56
22 3/8 57
22 3/4 58
23 1/4 59
23 5/8 60
24 3/8 61

Rotational Energy System

Patent pending system minimizing the effects of rotational accelerations to the head on impact by allowing a relative rotation of the helmet on the head through 8 absorption units made with a slip surface and elastic absorption layer.


Tapered thickness of the shell to provide forehead protection against gate impact.


Super durable, tough and flexible co-polymer shell specifically designed to work with NoShock Multi-Impact liners.

FIS Helmet Rule

Conform to FIS Label

Note: Helmet regulation (2014/15), that requires "Conforms to FIS" label is applicable at all levels without exception. All helmets that meet this regulation in our store are labeled "FIS" for your convenience. Download the current FIS Specifications for Competition Equipment and Commercial Markings and the USSA Helmet Rule for full details.

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