Skimo Co

Ski Trab Attivo Helmet

No Longer Carry

The Attivo is a lightweight, ventilated skimo helmet lined with comfortable padding. Uniquely, it has implants designed to hold Ski Trab goggles, which can then be raised onto the brim as necessary. The helmet is built with high-density polystyrene for impact absorption and is covered with a smooth polycarbonate shell to improve deflection. The fit is adjustable, with an easy-turn dial in the back and a comfort-wrapped chin strap buckle. Choose from multiple sizes of Trab yellow and blue. Ships with a soft carrying case as nice as the Trab skin bags.

  • Adaptation for Aero glasses, aka goggles.
  • Fully adjustable chin and back-of-head straps.
  • 12 large vents to keep air flowing when you are.
  • Headlamp clips secure your light in front and back.
  • Includes a soft padded carry and storage case.
  • Certified to CE EN 12492 standard for climbing.
Size Head Circumference
S-M 20.5 - 22.5 inches (52-58cm)
L-XL 23 - 24 inches (59-61cm)

Please note the glasses are sold separately.

Update 2021/22: Two new colors to help you stand out on the skin track.

convert to ounces
240g [L-XL]
Certifications EN 12492 (climbing)
Specs Verified Yes
Materials   Polystyrene inner, polycarbonate shell
Skimo Co Says
Usage Racing, mountaineering
Notes Compatibility with Trab goggles
Bottom Line Functional noggin protection
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Questions & Reviews

Question from Nick D'Hulster
I see it is Climbing certified. Is it also certified for skiing? I’d hate to get bucked from a race because the helmet. Thank you
Answer from Brett S
Thanks for reaching out, Nick. This is certified for climbing/mountaineering but not for skiing. While many folks use climbing-certified helmets every day in the backcountry, race organizers may require a dual-certified helmet.
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Question from Tony
I would be wearing a fleece hat under this helmet most of the time and my head measures 22 5/8 inches or 57.5cm without a hat on which just puts me in a S/M. With a hat on, my head measures 23 1/4 inches or 59cm. That would put me in a L/XL, but what if I'm not wearing a hat? Would it then be too loose? What size would you recommend?
Answer from Patrick C

I would go with the L/XL. After some extensive in store research using multiple noggins the data leans toward the larger size. All the best!

Patrick // Skimo Co
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Question from jessie
Quick Question.

Does this helmet work okay with regular goggles if I choose not to use the clip on goggles?

Answer from jbo
Hi Jessie, absolutely! In fact, the matching Ski Trab goggles come with the "regular" strap attached by default. It's a nice feature to affix them to the side, but not necessary.
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Brian h (used product regularly)
I've used numerous helmets over the years from BD, Petzl and Camp. The Trab is my favorite for skiing. It is by far the most comfortable in terms of fit. My favorite aspect is that I can easily fit my Julbo Universal goggles under the brim without the helmet pushing them down. Also and even more key is that I don't have to do any silly taping or zip tie shenanigans to hold the goggle strap in place like I do with all other helmets I've had. I don't need to even use the little clips. This is an awesome feature.
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