13 air vents, 4 of which are adjustable with a simple sliding button.
Our lightest helmet thanks to its In-Mold type design. 360 g in L.
Complies with Standard EN 1077-B. In-Mold type structure for added lightness.
The internal lining of the helmet is removable and machine-washable at 30°C.
Inner cap with small mesh surface for thermal regulation.
Wed'ze helmets and goggles are designed to form an integrated whole.
The Turnring is an essential element for ensuring your helmet fits well. This system allows you to adjust the fit easily and precisely at any time, using a dial that is accessible even with your ski gloves. It gives you comfort of use and maximum safety. Turn the dial to the right to tighten and to the left to loosen.
The Venting System improves the thermal regulation of your helmet and reduces the appearance of fog in your goggles. This type of design funnels the air to remove heat and humidity from the entire helmet/goggles area.
Light Shell Construction
The Light Shell Construction makes it possible to develop exceptionally light helmets. This technique called In-Mold, forms an external polycarbonate shell, that is directly moulded onto the EPS liner. The inner EPS lining absorbs the shock during impact. The entire assembly is very light. We recommend changing your ski helmet at least every 5 years if it hasn’t suffered a significant shock in the meantime.
Standard EN 1077
Standard EN 1077 is a European standard that applies to helmets used for cranial protection during downhill skiing and snowboarding. This Standard features tests to check the helmet’s shock-absorbing capacity and resistance to penetration by a sharp object.
The removable inner part can be washed. The inner cap of this ski helmet is detachable and machine washable at 30°C.
Do not store in a damp place, near a source of heat or sunlight. Dry thoroughly before storing, preferably in a fabric helmet bag.
All Wed'ze products are tested under the real conditions of use for which they were designed: snow, cold and all other conditions you may encounter when skiing. The design teams, product managers, engineers and designers make sure that the programme for which the product has been designed and developed is perfectly suited to its use in the field.