A Skimo helmet that is certified for skiing - what a concept! This is Ski Trab's second dual certified helmet, proudly and appropriately named the Aero. Ski Trab utilizes their Hollow Core Technology to cool your head with two different front air-intakes that funnel air through 6 different channels - hence the name "Aero." The clean-cut design looks less like an 80's bike helmet and more like a sleek extension of your head, and it comes in an understated dark grey color (also the hottest color for Lamborghinis). It's the polycarbonate shell over high-density polystyrene that is the key to keeping weight low and safety high. The Aero uses the same quick and easy dial adjustment system as in their previous brain bucket offerings, so if you have enjoyed the fit of your other Trab helmets, this one is a no-brainer. Trab also includes elastic straps on the side and back of the helmet to hold either your goggles or headlamp in place. If you are thinking, wanting, or desiring to start racing, you will need to forego your old climbing helmet for an EN 1077-B certified helmet to meet ISMF standards. Or maybe you just want to have a low profile dual certified helmet that will make you as Aero as possible. In either scenario, the Ski Trab Aero helmet fits the mold.
- Hollow Core Technology maximizes ventilation.
- Easy and effective headlock dial adjustment gives you the right fit.
- Polycarbonate shell and high-density polystyrene provide robust protection.
- Easy to use elastic straps secure your goggles or headlamp.
- Dual 1077-B certification for downhill skiing and EN 12492 certification for mountaineering.
|S/M||20.5 - 22.5 inches (52-58cm)|
|L/XL||23 - 24 inches (59-61cm)|
|Certifications||CE 1077 (alpine skiing)
EN 12492 (climbing)
|Materials||Polycarbonate shell with high density polystyrene|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Notes||Venting design has 2 front openings to funnel air throughout the helmet|
|Bottom Line||Ultralight dual certified helmet for racing, or anyone wanting a safe and light helmet|
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