Closeouts. Head to the mountain with confidence in Smith's Venue snowsport helmet, offering ten individual air vents to expel excess heat. When the temp drops too low, just pop in the convenient vent plug to seal in warmth.
Reviewed by ThunderG0D from Florida on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
I bought one of these recently for my wife and I had ordered a different helmet...followed by another different helmet. Neither fit all that well. So I figured I'd give this guy a try. It's comfortable and a good fit for me. Goggle clip in just fine, but they don't seem to sit on top edge of the helmet like they do on some other helmets nicely.
Seems like it has enough venting to keep temps regulated nicely without getting too hot, and enough insulation against the "too cold' condition as well.
Reviewed by bjohansson from Saratoga Springs, NY on Friday, December 23, 2011
Last review only included "basement test". I've worn it skiing 5 times now in warm weather (mid-40s) and cold (0 degrees) and it works great in all conditions. Vent plugs are easy to remove and if you want a helmet that allows you to adjust the venting on the fly, be prepared to spend mucho dinero. For me, removing the plugs is no problemo. Still find it well-fitting, lightweight, comfortable and very good visibility.
Best Uses: Skiing, Snowboarding
Describe Yourself: Expert
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Adjustable, Great Peripheral Vision, Lightweight, Well Ventilated