2018 CKX Titan Airflow helmet

by Kirsten Armleder

Titan Airflow snowmobile helmet in blue, green and black.
The new Titan Airflow comes in 12 different colour combinations. CKX Gear photo

Backcountry riders, you spoke and CKX listened. New for 2018 is the Titan Airflow, a revised version of the unique helmet that CKX launched last winter.

With a fibreglass shell, a drop-down muzzle and wide-view goggles, the Titan helmet combines the look and weight of a motocross helmet with the comfort and versatility of a modular helmet.

The original Titan helmet did come with ventilation and plugs so that it could be set up for trail or off-trail riding, but based on user feedback, there was room for improvement when it came to the backcountry side of things. Therefore, the 2018 Titan Airflow combines improved aerodynamics with additional vents throughout the helmet and in the goggles—which, by the way, are included with and built specifically for the helmet.

The new 210° Tactical Backcountry Goggles were created with open cell foam to allow for more air circulation. They also feature an anti-fog dual pane lens, removable nose guard and an exceptional field of view. For 2018, CKX has electric goggles available for the Titan helmet. For more information, visit the website.

Keep an eye on the gear section of SnoRiders for a full review of the 2018 Titan Airflow coming your way. 

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