Learn More About Snowboard Helmets
Stay Safe in Style on the Slopes with Snowboard Helmets
Get ready for adventures on the mountain with high performance snowboard helmets from DICK’S Sporting Goods. Today’s snowboarding helmets provide an ideal combination of protection, comfort and style, helping you look and feel your best while you ride the slopes.
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Explore a selection of snowboard helmets from leading names such as Smith Optics®, Giro®, anon® and others, with many different colors, sizes and designs to choose from, so you can find something that works best for your needs. DICK’S Sporting Goods carries youth helmets, women’s helmets and men’s helmets in vibrant colors and classic neutral hues, making it easy to find the right one.
Keep a clear view of the mountain with snowboard goggles in a variety of colors from DICK’S Sporting Goods.
Snowboarding helmets are recommended for snowboarders of every age and skill level, as they provide essential protection in falls and collisions. When you are looking for a new snowboarding helmet, the helmet’s size is an extremely important factor to consider.
Snowboard helmets are not a "one size fits all" item. Before buying a helmet, measure your head with a tape measure to determine the circumference around the largest part of your head, keeping the tape above your eyebrows and ears. Check the sizing information for the helmet you are considering, and be sure to choose the size that corresponds to your head measurement.
- If you plan to wear goggles when you ride, be sure to choose a snowboard helmet that is designed to be compatible with your goggles. Some helmets feature a removable goggle clip or retainer, which can be taken off when not needed.
- Many snowboarders prefer to listen to music while they ride. If you plan to listen to tunes on the slopes, you can choose a snowboarding helmet designed to hold drop-in speakers, rather than having to bring your traditional headphones along for the ride.
- For top safety, be sure to choose a helmet with appropriate safety certification, such as ASTM or CE certifications.