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Debbie Gabriel

24 Nov 21

Best Ski Helmets for 21/22

Debbie Gabriel

24 Nov 21
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Ski helmets are an essential piece of every skiers’ kit and this winter, there are a number of new helmets offering huge developments in safety, comfort and ventilation. Our Top Picks:

Kelvin Ski Helmet

This helmet is designed for both comfort and safety with its reinforced ABS shell & shock-absorbing EPS core. Its Airflow Ventilation channels provide 14 individual vents for hours of comfortable skiing. No more over-heating!  With removable ear pads you can control your body temperature.  The removable ear pads and inner fleece liner are also super easy to clean.  This Kelvin helmet comes with a size adjustment dial for the perfect fit (S: 19-20.5 inches (48 – 52cm) M: 20.5-23 inches (52 – 58cm) L: 22-24 inches (56 – 61cm).

Available in 13 colours | RRP $59.99

Dainese Nucleo Helmet

The Dainese Nucleo ski helmet blends the utmost in protection, with style, comfort and light weight, to produce a ski helmet like no other.

Smith Icon Helmet

One for the ski racers out there! The Icon helmet from Smith is a brand new FIS approved racing helmet, the Smith Icon, will prove popular with skiers across the Alpine racing disciplines.

Bollé Ryft Helmet

The latest high-end helmet from Bollé. New active panel ventilation allows hugely increased airflow while still meeting the highest impact protection norms, while Bollé’s Flow Tech Brim Venting system allows hot air from your goggles to escape through the helmets’ sophisticated venting systems. In line with Bollé’s new 100% MIPS commitment, this helmet features MIPS brain protection technology, as well as a BOA fit system and Fidlock magnetic buckles to make life easier and more comfortable!

Salomon Pioneer LT

 

An exceptionally light ski helmet with a unique fit around the ears, the Salomon Pioneer LT ski helmet is a great choice for winter 2021. With top of the line fit technologies and safety features, it’s sure to be a popular one on the slopes in coming years.

Want more? Take a look at our full Gear Guide or check out our full YouTube previews of all next year’s top products.