Bern Watts Helmet - Men's: The successor to bern’s original visor lid (the Baker), the Watts combines a visor with top and back vents to provide a balance of airflow and style. Sun, rain and snow- you name it- the Watts will defend against it. “From Alaska to sunny training days at Mt Hood, the Watts works in all situations.
All Bern helmets are built for all season use. Constructed with an EPS hard foam interior and an ultra-thin ABS shell. Complies with CPSC, ASTM F 2040 &EN1078 safety standards. Adjustable chin strap, 2 position goggle clip and interchangeable 360 degree winter knit. Warm weather liners available but not included.
Bern Watts EPS Liner Helmet: The successor to Bern’s original visor lid (the Baker - patent # US D572, 865 S), the Watts combines a visor with top and back vents to provide a balance of airflow and style. Sun, rain and snow - you name it - the Watts defends against it. "From Alaska to sunny training days at Hood, the Watts works in all situations." - Rob Kingwill.
Available as a Hard Hat with a burly ABS shell with multiple-impact soft Brock® foam or as a helmet with ABS shell and EPS hard foam. EPS hard foam meets ASTM F 2040 and EN 1077B standards for snow and ski, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate. Hard Hats with Brock soft foam do not meet the standards for action sport head protection.
No, it’s not shallow and superficial of you to be more concerned about how a helmet looks than how it works -- cover both bases with the Bern Watts Helmet. You gotta look good out there, and this in-demand visored model enhances your cool as you’re going big in the dirt park. It also protects your grey matter when the jump doesn’t go as planned.
The Watts by Bern is a skate inspired helmet for the bike. The successor to the very popular Bern Baker helmet, Bern has added vents to keep your head cooler and safer. The new colors will also help you stand out. Available as a helmet with ABS shell and EPS hard foam. EPS hard foam meets ASTM F 2040 and EN 1077B standards for snow and ski, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate
The first vented visor lid Water Helmet with multiple-impact Brock Foam.
|Certifications:||CPSC, ASTM F 2040, EN1077B and EN1078|
|Claimed weight:||20 ounces|
|Custom Fit Adjustment:||Yes|
|Fit Adjustment:||slidelock chin|
|Fit System:||Adjustable straps|
|Material:||ABS Thin Shell with EPS Hard foam|
|Recommended Use:||mountain biking|
|Removable Ear Pads:||Yes|
|Shell Construction:||In Mold|
|Sink Fit:||low profile design means extreme head protection without getting in your way.|
|The Clip:||Snap-in clip system for cold and warm weather liner integration|
|Year Round Capable:||Yes|
|Bern Watts EPS Bike Helmet||$47.93 - $65.00|
|Bern Watts Snow Helmet||$59.93 - $109.99|
|Bern Watts Skate Helmet||$44.95 - $54.95|
|Bern Watts Eps Snowboard Helmet||$69.95|
I got this not too long after I found my bike came out of the air and cracked my Giro helmet. I wanted one that didn't look all spaceship like and this one looked pretty tough. I was also looking at the Fox Flux. I got this one in a quick amount of time. I put it on and found that this is a little heavy. Looks good and feels like a batter's helmet. The matte black is killer, but it is Soooo hot in the summer heat. I find that I have to press on the back to allow some airflow in the front and that feels awesome. that is my only complaint, no front vents. The ones with a cloth like brim so have front vents, but don't look as cool. I ride until there is too much snow on the ground, so I am looking forward to the cooler season. My wife wants to wear my helmet each time we ride. I will buy another one of these should I endo again and need a new helmet.
Nice low profile fit, sink fit adds some adjustability. Doesn't feel to heavy for a helmet with fewer vents and more plastic than your typical bike helmet. Visor is short but certainly helps when the sun is high! Haven't ridden with it in really hot weather yet but so far so good on venting.
Certainly nice to have the option to swap out the liner for cold days, as a year round commuter that will come in handy!
Its a very comfortable Helmet. it's secure and has great protection. I got it this winter and wore it while while repairing some jumps. on warmer days it did git a little warm but it was fine while I was riding just got a bit warm when I was digging. it is not as light weight as some of the other dirt lids but it does feel good.
Comfortable, durable, and decent venting (I've even done a few xc rides with it without getting too hot). I'd definitely recommended this over Bern's helmets with the cloth visors.
Sizing Info: I usually wear a Large in Specialized, 661, and Giro, but I got an XL for this one because I thought it was more comfortable.
I bought this helmet for a low profile stylish helmet for my bike commute to work. I also plan to use this helmet for skiing. You can remove the padding in the inside to fit a beanie underneath and/or buy the ear pads to keep your dome toasty on a cold day.
I opted for this lid in the Matte Neon Yellow and it fits really well (used the sizing chart) and it makes me feel safer since it is so visible. I do like the matte finish which keeps the sheen to a manageable minimum that I believe will wear well over time.
This weekend I was using my Bern Watts Helmet at the Bike Park in Park City and I was super impressed how well the Sink Fit feature works. Charging berms and features can rattle your cage a bit and the Bern Watts feels secure and right at home on your dome.
I ordered the matte yellow for my commute in San Francisco. It fits perfectly. I feel like I could have sized up but it is no big deal. Now I just need a matte black goat to stick on it.
This helmet is awesome I ride a fixed gear in reno, nv and it's nice and cool with this helmet on. Thanks huck n roll
Awesome helmet. Fits great and comes with quality padding.
I just ordered this helmet in XL (the EPS foam model) and it still isn't big enough. It starts to fit well without all the padding inside but then you get the velcro patches sticking you in the forehead. It's unfortunate.