Doubly certified, doubly cool. The Ski Trab Race Helmet is certified to both skiing and mountaineering standards. The extra certification adds a touch of weight compared to climbing helmets, but having the right protection on the downhill is worth it for some. And soon it will be required for others, since the ISMF has adopted rules to mandate both certifications for sanctioned races. The polystyrene impact foam is coated with a polystyrene shell and surrounds your brain-bucket enough to pass the skiing certification tests. Fourteen air holes in the roof help prevent brain-boil, and an anti-bacterial treatment wards off brain-stink. The padding is removable if you want to light things up or make it cooler for a warm race. The Ski Trab Race Helmet is certified for your future.
- Air ventilation system has 14 holes to cool you down.
- Removable padding is breathable so you don’t sweat out.
- Anti-bacterial treatment is key for that new brain smell.
- EN 1077-B certification for downhhill skiing.
- EN 12492 certification for climbing.
Update 2018/19: Ski Trab added a Black color option.* Please note the goggle/headlamp retention strap on the back of the helmet is sold as an optional accessory.
Update 2019/20: Ski Trab (sorta) added two new (black with blue/white/yellow and pink/blue/white) color options, but otherwise left this helmet exactly the same.
|Certifications||CE 1077 (alpine skiing)
EN 12492 (climbing)
||Polystyrene inner, polycarbonate shell|
|Skimo Co Says|
|Bottom Line||More protection, more fun|
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Questions & Reviews
Sadly, I can't offer any insight into the fit between the two as Dynafit does not sell their helmets in the States.
Thanks for the question!
Thank you in advance for your answer
I'm looking for a new helmet for skimo racing and all mtn skiing. I thought I'd pick out one that meets the new cert rqmts. I found the Trab Gara and the Uvex p8000. Would you recommend one or the other? Are there others I should consider?
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