For over a decade, Anon has challenged the competition by pushing the limits of design, style and technical execution. Part of the Burton snowboard family, Anon have a proud pedigree which has formed the platform for some of the most exciting developments in recent years.
Part of the Burton Snowboards family, this is a youthful brand with a fresh outlook for young skiers and riders, pushing the envelope of conventional style and collaborating with tour pros to exhibit their gear.
This season sees the introduction of revolutionary Anon-exculsive technology; WaveCel. Designed to distribute energy around the helmet to reduce injury. Keep an eye out for Boa adjustment systems and MIPS protection across the range.
Specialising in no-nonsense and low-profile styling, Anon offer a range of helmets for men, women and kids that let you do your talking out on the snow. Pioneering colourways and athlete collaborations a plenty in this season's collection.
Fully loaded with protection, attributes and style, Anon helmets state their claim as market-leaders for yet another season with a feature-packed range of lids.
Ground-breaking technology is at the forefront of this collection of Anon helmets. Carefully crafted to keep you safe when you need it most.
You Only Get One Brain.
WaveCel is an Anon exclusive collapsible cellular structure that lines the inside of the helmet and can reduce impact and rotational force.
WaveCel works by flexing to reduce initial force, crumpling to lower impact velocity, and gliding to help redirect energy away from the head.
Behaving like a network of hundreds of interconnected shock absorbers connecting your head and the outer shell of the helmet. WaveCel helps distribute the impact energy through its network of cells, reduces impact forces like the crumple zone of a car, and then helps divert rotational forces by flexing and gliding.
MIPS, an industry leading patented brain protection system, helps protect your head against impact that can come from any direction. A low-friction MIPS layer enables a relative motion between the head and the helmet, adding more protection against rotational motion to the brain caused by angled contact.
Falling at an angle creates rotational motion to which our brains are very sensitive. In an angled impact often experienced in sports, these forces can cause tearing injuries to brain tissue. MIPS can reduce the rotational motion and therefore reduce the risk of brain damage.
Enjoy seamless compatibility between Anon's helmets and goggles. Designed for ultimate integration and style.