8 vents, internal ventilation channels, and a ventilation grill in back.
445 g in size M.
Complies with EN 1077-B standard. Lightweight, in-mold construction.
Ear protectors and thick hat. Full coverage at the back of the neck.
Easy to use
Elastic cord keeps the mask in place. Anti-freeze turn-down (forehead).
Recessed ear protectors prevent ear compression.
6 vents that can be opened and closed.
Wedze helmets and goggles are designed to be worn together.
The adjustment dial is key for keeping your helmet secure. The dial, easily-accessible even with gloves on, allows for easy and precise adjustments at any time. It also provides comfort and maximum safety. Turn the dial to the right to tighten and to the left to loosen.
In-mold construction features a polycarbonate outer shell molded directly to the EPS liner. The inner EPS liner absorbs shocks in the event of a collision. The whole thing is extremely lightweight. We recommend changing your ski helmet at least every five years or if it has sustained a significant impact.
EN 1077 standard
EN 1077 is a European standard that applies to protective helmets used during downhill skiing and snowboarding. This standard tests the ability of helmets to absorb shocks and their penetration resistance. There are two categories:
- Class A: protects the top and back of the head as well as the ears and the side of the head.
- Class B: Protects the top and back of the head, but does not cover the ears.
* Measure the circumference of your head in centimetres (around the middle of the forehead and just above the ears).
Then choose the size that corresponds to this measurement.
Example: if the circumference of your head is 56 cm, you should try a helmet in size 55–59 cm.
Take plenty of time to try it on properly. You shouldn't feel any discomfort. If you do, try another model. Always try your helmet with your mask, because not all helmets go with all masks. A helmet is compatible with ski mask when there is no air space between the top of the mask and the helmet.
When skiing, your helmet should be properly fitted and adjusted:
* It is essential to choose the right size.
* The head circumference must be adjusted using the adjustment dial.
* The chinstrap must be properly adjusted.
It's a bit like a car’s seat belt: if it’s too loose, it will not perform its function and you will be less protected.
Avoid wearing a thick hat under your helmet that moves the helmet away from your head because you won't be as well protected.
Instead, wear a very thin beanie or balaclava that does not affect your safety. A helmet has good insulating properties. Often, adding anything else is pointless. Also, avoid attaching a camera to your helmet because it can affect safety. The standard does not take into account any elements added to the helmet.
Ease of use:
Removable comfort foam is machine-washable at 30°C.