Introducing Shred Ready Helmets

Shred Ready is an independent, grassroots brand whose primary concern is protecting your most valuable asset- your head! Shred Ready is excited to announce our move into the snow sports market with a line of helmets built specifically for getting your shred on. The new Shred Ready Forty4 snow helmets have many easy to use, protective features, including: one handed, no pinch magnetic buckle, eight vents, vent plugs, H.O.G. 3.0 occipital lock, removable/washable comfort liner, non-breakable goggle strap, removable ear pads with pocket for audio speakers and an optional tune up kit (sold separately). We are also proud to announce the Fourty4 helmet exceeds the strict ASTM 2040 snow sports helmet standard.

“From our humble beginning in a spare bedroom and a garage 15 years ago, Shred Ready has become the leading watersports helmet brand. We started small and grew our business around the sport we love. It only seems natural to extend the brand to the other sports we love- skiing and snowboarding!”
Tom Sherburne, owner and founder of Shred Ready.

Follow us on any of the usual suspects of social media and be sure to check out our website shredready.com.

Also stay tuned for the announcement of our new snowboard/ski team in the coming weeks.

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