The women's Smith Vantage helmet is loaded with features that makes it a leader in the snow helmet market. Zonal Koroyd™ complements MIPS® for energy-absorbing impact protection to give you confidence while hitting the wide variety of terrain on your list. Coming in with 21 well placed air vents with dual adjustability, the Vantage lets you fine-tune airflow to meet conditions. As for fit, The Vantage uses the BOA® 360 Fit System providing the ability to micro-adjust the size around your whole head with the turn of dial. Combine all this with Smith AirEvac™ tech for a fog-free goggle interface, and you have a helmet to meet the demands of your on hill adventures.
Smith's women's Vantage helmet includes AirEvac technology which generates maximum airflow and pulls warm, fog causing air out of the goggle.
The Vantage Helmet is designed to exhaust this fog causing air from the helmet / goggle system via the adjustable ventilation ports. This total system keeps you comfortable and fog free.
Lightweight and Low Profile
Bulky, heavy helmets can ruin a day. The women's Vantage helmet utilizes Smith’s hybrid shell construction which combines separate lightweight and durable shells to create an entirely new helmet category. By fusing tough bombshell ABS construction with flyweight in-mold technology, this hybrid shell construction optimizes the favorable traits of each material in this revolutionary process.
Koroyd provides superior impact absorption, design flexibility, and ventilation when compared to materials traditionally used in helmet construction. By utilizing crumple-zone cylinders that crush uniformly on impact, Koroyd® manages energy more efficiently with less volume than any other protection material on the market.
MIPS Safety System
The Smith Vantage Helmet incorporates MIPS safety system functionality. MIPS (Multi directional Impact Protection System) is the benchmark safety system used in sports helmets.
In angled impacts, which is the most common type of impact from crashes or falls, a Mips® safety system-equipped helmet can help reduce harmful rotational energy.
Since 1965 Smith Optics has been setting the standard for eye protection and helmet design for the outdoor enthusiast. Started by Dr. Bob Smith, an optometrist and true ski bum, Smith started by simply selling goggles in ski area parking lots. Breaking the mold with innovative designs has been the trademark of Smith ever since. Today Smith continues this heritage by producing products that keep restless spirits moving faster and further with ever better visibility and protection.
Use and Product Highlights
Lightweight, low profile and well ventilated
Features Smith's well tested fit technology
Total of 21 vents in an adjustable dual zone design allows for complete ventilation control
Smith Air Evac technology which promotes air flow and ventilates fog causing air from goggles
Advanced impact safety via Koroyd energy absorption protection