A helmet that keeps your kid from losing his goggles
Kids have their own sense of risk and danger. Most adults would probably say that it’s one that isn’t very evolved. Which is just one more reason parents can thank Smith for making it as easy as the magic carpet to get your kid into a helmet/goggle that’s protective, easy to use, and fun to wear.
Here's a selection of a few of the noteworthy launches for Winter 2013-14.
The SIA Snowsports show, where manufacturers unveil their latest creations for shop-buyers and journalists, starts tomorrow in Denver, Colorado. We’ll be there to scope out the most promising gear for next winter–everything from helmets and goggles to skis, boots and packs.
This season's helmets do a lot more than safeguard your skull. Heating systems, built-in headphones and GoPro mounts turn these seatbelts of skiing into entertaining necessories. Below are five of our top picks for 2013.
New materials might protect you from serious injuries—even those that don’t seem serious.
Last season, 1.3 million snow sports helmets were sold in the U.S., up three percent from the year before and 25 percent from the 2008–’09 season. Even in one of the toughest snow and retail years in recent decades, helmet sales continue to rise.