The competition helmet at its finest.
Take your skiing to a whole new level with Camp's Speed Comp Helmet. Built especially for hardcore skiing and mountaineering, this helmet is head-protection at its finest. It is molded with EPS and durable polycarbonate, keeping it weighing nearly nothing. Ventilation on the sides and back boasts breathability for when you're really breaking a sweat. For personalized fit, all you have to do is twist the wheel in the back, which stays out of the way of the goggle-strap holders, so your sights are clear and secure. To ensure comfrt out on the slopes, this helmet is lined with soft microfiber foam for absorbing sweat and keeping your head comfy while you ride.
- A sleek, lightweight, durable helmet for skiing and mountaineering
- Headlamp and goggle clips keep straps where they need to be
- Size is adjustable with special adapter kit
- general size can be personalized with twisting back wheel
- Foam padding wicks sweat and is comfortable
- Ventilation on sides and back offers breathability
- EN 12492 and En 1077/B certified
- Item #CMP007L
- Q & A
Light & Comfortable
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This helmet is plenty comfortable. It's not as comfortable as an alpine helmet, but it's not an alpine helmet. It fits well and is adjustable. It fits while I'm wearing a buff no-problem. This helmet is light. I've done several long skimo races with it and appreciated the weight and fit. The headlamp clip is clean and simple. It works.
I don't look for anything too fancy in a skimo and mountaineering helmet. This one has all the features I want and need, and I know I can trust it for protection.
I would recommend for any spring backcountry skier looking for a lightweight, breathable helmet, skimo racer, or alpine climber.
Heavy,, bad fit, not very vented
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I found this helmet surprisingly heavy and not well vented. Generally, it didn't seem like a helmet I would wear while going uphill which seems to defeat the purpose.. My downhill helmet, an old giro, is better vented with a similar weight.
The main reason I didn't like it is it fit my small head terribly. It felt more like yarmulke sitting on top of my head than a full helmet with actual side coverage. I'd definitely stay away if you have a small, round head.