NRS Anarchy Helmet
Item: 42608.01 | Product Description »
- A BOA dial retention system snugs the helmet to your head to prevent shifting in turbulent water.
- ConeHead technology spreads impact energy across a larger area, resulting in a lower, safer g-force than with other helmet liner systems.
- The ConeHead liner consists of two layers of foam, a higher density outer layer and a lower density inner layer. Cone-shaped projections mesh the layers together.
- As an impact compresses the layers, the cones spread the energy sideways, dissipating the g-forces.
- The ventilated shell helps with cooling and reduces the effects of water forces.
- Keep the removable ear pads in place for extra protection, or easily remove them for improved hearing.
- Hook-and-loop EVA foam fit pads let you customize the helmet to your head shape.
- An adjustable chin strap with four-point attachment helps hold the helmet in place.
- Meets CE EN 1385 certification.
|Shell Material:||ABS plastic|
|Liner Material:||Patented dual-density ConeHead™ foam|
|Adjustment:||BOA dial ratchet|
|Size||Head Circ.(cm)||Head Circ.(in)|
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- NRS Anarchy Helmet
Q:Why is the blue anarchy helmet a different shape than the others?Asked on 7/25/2014 by Charlie from United States
A:It's the same shape; the photo is the only one shown with the removable ear pads.Answered on 7/25/2014 by Clyde from NRS
Reviewed by 1 customer
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- Great Fit
- Nice design
- Lack of instructions
Comments about NRS Anarchy Helmet:
I just received my Anarchy helmet after not being able to size any of the Chaos helmets to fit my head properly--and very skeptical that one helmet could fit a range from Medium to XL. Ordinarily I would wait to use the helmet before writing a review but the Anarchy is so new at the time of this writing that I thought some beta for those considering it would be useful. Unlike the Chaos there's no cool YouTube video to explain how to fit the Anarchy--and unlike the Chaos it really wasn't necessary as I figured it out in about 5 minutes. First adjust the rear band using the Boa mechanism so the helmet won't tip forward and then affix the small round pads (with velcro discs) as needed on the helmet's inner velcro strips. The rest is simple trial and error using various pad thicknesses around the helmet to get a snug and comfortable fit.
I wanted to remove the earpads but they don't just snap off like other helmets. The bottom of each earpad has three posts that snap longitudinally into openings in the helmet. If you use both thumbs to push on the bottom of the earpad from the outside of the helmet towards the inside they will snap out.
So while I haven't had a chance to use the helmet yet I can tell you the fit is both comfortable and rock-solid. I'm impressed and will write another review if use proves contrary to my expectations that his is one great helmet.
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