Got a pre-teen whose dome is too small for adult helmets but too big for a kid’s lid? We’ve got you covered with the Bandito—the purpose-built tweener helmet that your pre-teen will actually want to wear. This miniaturized version of our iconic brimmed Watts helmet protects them from their next bad idea without sacrificing style, comfort or protection. With Bern’s all-season tech this lid can be fitted with our signature seasonal liners to ensure you aren’t buying armloads of helmets for summer and winter sports. Stay out there with the helmet that fits right and is certified to keep them protected on the bike or the slopes. You’re welcome mom and dad!
Pick the model that best fits your style and customize your helmet with our range of seasonal upgrades.
The Quickmount Asteroid is a micro-USB rechargeable bike light. It is easily fastened to the two-hole mount located on the rear of the helmet’s shell.
Lightweight dial fit system for a fine tuned adjustment.
Multi-Directional Impact Protection System. Designed to protect against rotational violence to the brain caused by rotational impacts.
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MIPS Brain Protection System
Rotational motion can cause brain injuries. The low friction layer allows a sliding movement of 10-15 mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact.
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Great product. I only own Bern helmets- ski and skate!
Lit Lid for Littles
Love the helmet! It does run a bit big. Son loves it and I can encourage him to progress and take risks while knowing his brain will be fully protected.
That's fantastic to hear :) Hope he keeps up the progression! Exciting stuff
Camp youth bike helmets
Boys love helmets!!
Hey Cecelia, Awesome to hear your boys enjoy the Bandito. Stay Out There!
These are excellent helmets and I’ll continue purchasing them for all my kids!
Hey Elizabeth, Love that your fam is enjoying the Bandito Helmet. Thanks for choosing Bern to help keep your boys protected. Stay Out There!