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Movement 3Tech Alpi Helmet


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A triple-certified helmet that fits well and looks good! The Movement 3Tech Alpi has alpine-skiing, mountaineering, and biking certifications to meet European and International safety standards. It’s even certified under the American body (ASTM). The only thing more surprising than having a helmet that is certified for basically any outdoor activity is how Movement achieved it all in such a light and compact form factor. The helmet has three sizes available with additional strap adjustment to ensure you get a snug fit. Plenty of venting prevents overheating as the pace increases. Best of all, the 3Tech Alpi helmet simply looks sharp.

  • Three Safety Certifications (alpine skiing, ski mountaineering competition, and biking).
  • DFD: Fast drying, hypoallergenic, and anti-bacterials used in the foam and inner helmet.
  • Interchangeable summer and winter padding for warm or cold weather use.
  • Slick goggle-retention strap in the back prevents eyewear-fail.
  • Winter padding has ear flaps for resort skiing (+47g).
  • Passive ventilation keeps you from overheating.
  • Headlamp clip for those early starts or late nights.
  • Meets current ISMF skimo competition standards.
Size Head Circumference
XS / S 20.5 - 22.0" (52-56cm)
Medium 22.0 - 22.8" (56-58cm)
Large 22.8 - 23.6" (58-60cm)
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369g [M]
Certifications CE 1077 (alpine skiing)
EN 12492 (climbing)
EN 1078 (cycling)
Specs Verified Yes
Materials DFD: fast drying, anti-allergic, anti-bacterial material
Skimo Co Says
Usage Ski mountaineering, ski touring
Notes Certified to American standards.
Bottom Line Awesome triple-certified helmet.
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Questions & Reviews

Jonathan Paulding (used product a few times)
After some research I got this helmet because of its balance of certification, weight and ventilation. Took it on a big climb today up Gobbler's Knob in the Wasatch which is a 3500' climb in warmish conditions. Decided to wear it the whole day and it was very comfortable and breathed well. I think I will use it w/o the liner and use a headband or light hat under it when its cold. The goggle strap in back is very nice. Very happy so far!
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Question from Dwight
Any idea when this helmet might be available again? I would need a large. Looks like exactly what I'm looking. Thank you
Answer from Jeff
Dwight, sorry at this time we are not planning on importing any more. Before they are gone, get the Freeride. Same helmet with a visor.
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Riff (used product regularly)
I searched around a bunch and tried on lots of the new crop of dual cert skiing/climbing helmets and settled on this one, mostly due to fit. I've got a more oval head, and the MTN lab and Sweet Ascender both left huge gaps on the sides of my head while resting on my forehead and the back of my head. Very subjective, but I was surprised how tough it was to find a good fit.
It's pleasingly low profile, so it fits in hoods and backpacks well and doesn't get in the way. It ventilates really well, and the ratchet on the headband works well with gloves. I'd say this has nailed the features I was looking for in a touring/ski mountaineering helmet.
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mbillie1 (used product a few times)
Haven't put this through the ringer yet, but super happy so far. It breathes very well (assuming you leave out the winter liner), in fact it's hard to tell the difference in breathability from my old BD Vapor, at least in winter temps. It's not terribly heavy, has headlamp clips... but most importantly, it is available in sizes for us bigheads! Honestly for 180g over the Vapor, I'll take the tradeoff for the additional certifications. And 2 dubious subjective assessments: 1 it feels much more substantive than the Vapor, and 2 it looks pretty nice.
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Question from Justin
Still getting some Red/M in at the end of the month?

Answer from Jeff
Justin, yes, Movement product is on its way. Most all should be here by months end.
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Question from Fermin
HI, I am looking at the sizes of both the male and female versions and both appear to be the same (small and medium). Is that right? Is there any other difference (apart from colour) betwen these versions ?
Thanks a lot
Answer from jbo
Hi Fermin, there is no difference other than color.
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Question from Chad M
Any chance of being able to buy a large sometime soon?
Answer from Jeff
Chad, Sorry, we are out for the season.
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Question from Christopher Maze
Have any more Larges or know when they'll be in?
Answer from Nate
Hi Christopher, we are currently out of stock but trying to see if we can get more in.
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Question from Scott S
How comfortable is the Alpi without the winter liner? I've tried on the CAMP and Salomon race helmets and they're... not (for my head anyway). Thanks!
Answer from Nate
Hi Scott, while comfort is definitely a personal consideration this helmet seems to be set up to be comfortable without it.
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Question from Taylor Kravits
Hey there! Any chance you'll know when more larges will be in stock? Thanks!
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Taylor! Quite possibly! I think we have a few more on the way and they should arrive in the next few weeks!
Answer from Jacob K
Great, thank you so much!
Answer from Scott S

Is there a notification list for when they arrive?
Answer from Trace Leches
Hey Scott! Reply to the email that this will send you with your email address and the size you want and I will add you to it.
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Question from Tim
Will you be getting more Larges in stock soon?
Answer from jbo
Hi Tim, we just had one become available, it's in the drop list now!
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Question from Ryan
can you confirm if the winter padding contains any sort of ear covering pads or not.How does the winter lining compare to the salomon helmet (which I think is removable, but the winter padding has ear coverage).
Answer from Nate
Hi Ryan, the winter lining does come with ear pads. I would say it's very similar to the Salomon winter liner.
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Question from Pat
Have you guys had experience with this helmet? The sizing seems to be a bit small, how does it fit?

Answer from Teddy Young
Hey Pat! We should be getting our Movement order in about 2 weeks, so reach back out then and we'll have more information about fit!
Answer from jbo
Hi Pat, we've received the helmets and indeed, the sizing was off from the chart we originally posted. It's been updated. Hope this helps.
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Question from Coury
Will you post a size chart for this helmet? Thanks
Answer from jbo
Hi Coury, we obtained the sizing info and posted a chart in the description. Hope this helps!
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Question from Chris
From the photo this looks very similar to the Salomon MTN Lab helmet - is it a rebranded version? Thanks!
Answer from Nate
Hi Chris, I can definitely see where you sense similarities but this helmet is not a re-branded Salomon. In fact it's triple certified!
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