Bogner Fire+Ice Freeride White
Fire+Ice Freeride: A high spec polycarbonate ski helmet from Bogner, made with Indigo's ski helmet technology.
Size L/XL (59-63 cm) ⇒ Ski helmet sizing
- Model : Unisex
- Two years warranty
- Payment in 2x free of charge from 199€
Fire+Ice Freeride: A high spec polycarbonate ski helmet from Bogner, made with Indigo's ski helmet technology. High-class helmet case included in delivery. Bogner helmets are made in Europe and meet the following testing standards: CE, EN 1077 (Ski), EN 1078 (Bike and Skate), TÜV/GS. Sizes S, M, L – S 52-54 cm (20.5-21.3") / M 54-58 cm (21.3-22.8") / L 58-62 cm (22.8-24.4").
Matte soft-touch surface
High stability minimal weight poly-carbonate shell
Three air cambers, to help maintain a consistent, balanced temperature
Skin-friendly functional Coolmax padding material
Easy-to-adjust 3-point safety strapping
Disk-Fit-System with twist closure for single-handed, continuous adjustment to head size
Ski helmet case included
- Gender : Unisex
- Age : Adult
- Made : Polycarbonate
- Type : Freeride
- Features : Adjustable size
- Color : White
- Model : Bogner Fire+Ice Freeride
- Product Type : Ski Helmet
- Warranty : Two years warranty
- Certification : EN 1077
- Comes with : High-class helmet case included in delivery / Bogner
- Country/Region of Manufacture : Europe
Brand : Bogner
BOGNER OUTLET - SPORT – FASHION – LIFESTYLE: A MANY-FACETTED BRAND
BOGNER, the sports and lifestyle brand, was founded in 1932 by the cross-country skier and ski jumper Willy Bogner Senior and is numbered today amongst the most successful sports fashion companies in the world. BOGNER clothing is synonymous with sportiness and quality, fashion and unmistakable exclusivity.
OUTFITTERS FOR THE GERMAN OLYMPIC TEAM
From its beginnings as a small producer in a Munich courtyard, the brand with the capital B quickly developed into an international label. Represented in over 30 counties, the BOGNER product lines and licenses cover a broad spectrum of sport and fashion. The brand become known throughout the world for sophisticated sportswear and particularly for the invention of stretch stirrup pants, dubbed "The Bogners" in the US. 1936 saw the sports brand pass another milestone: the German team wore BOGNER clothing for the Winter Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and have continued to do so to this day. In 1955, Maria Bogner invented the first ever branding: the letter B as a chic trademark on all the zips used in the label's clothes.