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Marker Women's Ampire Snow Helmet

$129.00 $103.20

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Thanks to a premium quality hybrid shell construction, this helmet is light, comfortable and yet also burly.

The RTS (rotate to size) fit system means that it adjusts to your head shape in one simple step. The MarkAIR™ channel system with two position climate control, in combination with Xdry performance lining, ensures optimal temperature regulation.

With a pair of Marker® goggles, the Ampire completes a fully-integrated package that greatly reduces any goggle fogging.
  • Women's snow helmet
  • Hybrid shell construction combines weight and comfort of in-mold with durabilty of hard shell
  • Extra warm, fluffy volume fleece liner increases warmth and comfort
  • Removable liner is anti-bacterial and hand-washable
  • Two position climate control for personal warmth preference
  • Easy to use RTS fit system dial on rear of helmet
  • Adjustable MarkAIR ventilation channels
  • Polycarbonate plate on lower edge of helmet (edge protection) provides extra safety in event of side impact
  • Fidlock OG snap, magnetic safety buckle, can be opened and closed with one gloved hand
  • Ergonomic and removable earpads - audio ready
  • Ear padding is hand-washable
Size chart:
  • Small: 51-55cm
  • Medium: 55-59cm

Product Features:

Liner EPS - Expanded polystyrene
Shell material Hybrid (ABS and polycarbonate)
Lining Volume fleece
Face size Women's

Style Number: MAR165405.5s, VOL165405.11.S

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Alpine winter sports as we know them today were still very much in their infancy some 50 years ago. Sports journalist and ski instructor Hannes Marker, concerned by injuries suffered by his eager students and other inexperienced skiers on the slopes of the Bavarian Alps, resolved to lessen the sport’s inherent risks. And in so doing, he founded the company Marker®. Marker determined that inadequately responsive skiing equipment represented the single biggest cause of injuries. His perfectionist, problem-solving approach and commitment to arduous work paid off.

He successfully developed a technique whereby the skier’s leg would automatically free itself from the toe-piece on a ski board once the pressure on the knee reached a critical point. At the 1952 Sporting Goods Trade Fair in Wiesbaden, it was with enormous pride in his own ingenuity that Hannes Marker presented his new binding - the Marker Duplex®. The occasion marked the beginning of a new era in winter sports - an era characterized by radical new developments in binding technologies and the ever-increasing popularity of skiing as both a professional sport and a recreational pastime.

In 2007, with the introduction of the Duke, Baron, Jester and Griffon, Marker took hold of the freeski market. From big mountain to pipe and park, Marker innovation continues its reign. You'll rule the mountain with Marker.