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CAMP USA Speed 2.0 Ski & Climbing Helmet

$119.95

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    Versatile head protection.

    Camp USA's Speed 2.0 Helmet has your head covered whether you're climbing up a mountain or skiing down it. An in-mold construction pairs a tough polycarbonate shell with soft styrofoam to make this one of the lightest helmets in the world that's still ready for the impact. A back dial adjustment system accommodates beanies in winter and caps in summer. Camp USA also added twenty-two streamlined vents to ensure proper airflow.

    • Light in-mold construction
    • Back dial adjustment system
    • 22 streamlined vents
    • Headlamp-compatible
    • Item #CMP002D

    Tech Specs

    Shell Material
    polycarbonate
    Impact Foam
    Styrofoam
    Ventilation
    22 vents
    Fit Adjustment
    ratchet dial
    Certifications
    EN 12492
    Claimed Weight
    9.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Goggles work fine (if you know how)

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Goggles actually work pretty well on this helmet if you have the kind that have a clip strap - just run the strap through the two large goggle-strap sized vents in the back of the helmet and click inside (they won't touch your head because of the internal harness). it also helps to have silicon on the internal goggle strap. But the helmet is designed with no front vents so you can wear goggles on top during the ups (this is a skimo racing helmet after all) and they don't fog. Doesn't get better.

    Not goggle friendly

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I just returned this product. I purchased it because it was said to be a ski mountaineering helmet but there is no way to secure your goggle strap in the back. It has clips for a headlamp but they don't work for a goggle strap because the goggle strap wants to slide down as well as up. It would have taken so little to design the plastic plug in the back that secures the webbing to double as a goggle clip. Falls short on design for its intended use.

    A dome for on the roam

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Picked up the Speed 2 as a light, sleek helmet for skimountaineering and touring. Took it up today for the first test run. Usually, I only wear a helmet on the descent but today I wore it on the skin up as well. I didn't even notice I had the helmet it on. It held my BD Spot headlamp in place as well, although the clips are not the easiest to manipulate. The things I like the most is that the helmet's profile is great for going into my small 18L day pack I use for quick morning tours. I have used several other helmets and this one is the most pack friendly I have used thus far. Also, it easily goes under my down jacket or hard shell hood while easily taking a hat underneath it as well. The adjustable harness inside fits very well and holds it snug on the descent bumping over chossy early season snow. I definitely recommend it.

    A dome for on the roam

    Great all-rounder

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Love this helmet (the original). Great protection while remaining super light. Versatile for most mountain/climbing adventures. No issues wearing a lightweight beanie and great compatibility with goggles.

    Great all-rounder

    Light and fast

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Had the pleasure of going on CAMP USA's Adventure week with some of my Expert Gearhead comrades and the guys from CAMP threw all the gear out on the table(or the hood of a vehicle). We spent the whole week camping and climbing with a focus on fast and light, spending all of our time in the high alpine.

    This helmet is the lightest and most comfortable helmet that I have used. Far an all day Alpine climb, Traditional day, Sport climbing, or a ski mountaineer race this is the ideal helmet. The fit allows for all day use and makes you forget that it is on.

    Eric Watford
    Expert Gearhead
    801-736-6397
    ewatford@backcountry.com

    Epic Day of Climbing

    Photo Credit: Andy Wickstrom of DesignEgg



    If you have any questions at all, let me know and I'm more than happy to help you pick out the perfect helmet that suits your needs.



    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    801.736.4336

    jdowns@backcountry.com

    Epic Day of Climbing

    finally

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I wanted the original version for years, but never pulled the trigger. Finally got my hands on the 2.0 and love it. I have been climbing in it for a few weeks now and it's the best fitting helmet I have used. I also have a Mammut El Cap that I like, but the Speed 2.0 feels better on my head.

    The speed 2.0 is also designed for side and back impact where most other climbing helmets are not. I can't wait to get it on snow next winter.

    If you have questions on this helmet or helmets in general please contact me
    Dan Gates
    Expert Gearhead
    801.746.7582
    dgates@backcountry.com

    Saved my Arse this weekend

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Last climb of the weekend and a poorly placed cam made me extremely thankful I was wearing this helmet. Its hard to speculate what would have happened without it but, I am pretty confident I wouldnt have walked away. Picture is of the cam that didnt make it through the incident. It was my 2nd piece of pro, 30 ft up, the first .4 held but, I still bounced on the ground even with a good belayer. Slapped the back of my head hard, totally worth the money for a helmet. Stuff happens, wear a helmet, your mother will be proud.

    Saved my Arse this weekend

    Lightweight Safe Helmet

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I own the Vapor helmet and it is a little lighter than this helmet but, I feel like this helmet is safer. CAMP USA's focus is not just on the lightest gear but, functional. This helmet can definitely stand up to some more abuse than that Vapor.

    Lightweight Safe Helmet

    Is wearing a beanie comfortable with this helmet? I wear a thin smart wool beanie for skiing. I appreciate all the photos in the mountains but not one person has a hat on under that thing :)