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Uncompromising Protection

Wearing a ski helmet on the pistes is not an obligation, but it is a must. The accident statistics prove this. The safety, ergonomics and comfort of our skiing helmets are incomparable and exceed the requirements of quality standard EN 1077. Nevertheless, we constantly carry out research, developments and tests, to set new benchmarks.

Uncompromising Protection

Wearing a ski helmet on the pistes is not an obligation, but it is a must. The accident statistics prove this. The safety, ergonomics and comfort of our skiing helmets are incomparable and exceed the requirements of quality standard EN 1077. Nevertheless, we constantly carry out research, developments and tests, to set new benchmarks.

For more adjustment possiblities

The height of the Run-System at the back of the head can be adjusted using the 3D-Fit System. The helmet can be perfectly adapted to the head in a five-point gradation system. This improves comfort when wearing, safety and accuracy of fit.

Custom Fit is an adjustment system at the back of the head that allows you to adjust the height of the Run System in several steps. This allows the optimal fit of the helmet to be adjusted for a wide variety of head shapes. Pressure marks are a thing of the past, the helmet sits perfectly on the head and safety is improved.

Ergo³ allows the helmet to be perfectly adjusted to the head. Here, the helmet is not adjusted in circumference but instead in volume. The shell can be adjusted to the head all the way round by means of a fine ratchet system. This significantly increases comfort when wearing and safety.

Proven a hundred thousand times over and used on all Alpina helmets: the strap buckle with the red push button and multi-step automatic locking mechanism. Ergomatic can be operated with one hand - you can loosen the strap on the way up the mountain and tighten it for downhill - and in a fall the locking mechanism cannot open automatically.

The Run System enables all Alpina helmets to adjust to a custom size by using an easy-to-move dial. The Run System Classic scores points for its price/performance ratio. It is a simple and sturdy wheel that holds the helmet securely in place where it belongs: on the head.

The Run System enables all Alpina helmets to adjust to a custom size by using an easy-to-move dial. Alpina relies on the tried-and-tested Run System Classic for its ski helmets, a flexible head adjustment system with a central dial. A twist mechanism allows the headband to be adjusted more loosely or more tightly. The large dial is equipped with a non-slip two-component mix and can be operated perfectly with ski gloves.

The Run System enables all Alpina helmets to adjust to a custom size by using an easy-to-move dial. The two large wing-shaped head supports are distinctive features on the high-quality Run System Ergo Pro. They are made from a two-component mix of plastic and rubber. This guarantees a high level of comfort. Since 2014, the Run System Ergo Pro has been available in colours to match the helmet.

A helmet can only provide the best possible protection if it remains in the optimum position in the event of an impact. The adjustment and fixing of the two straps under the ear plays a decisive role. The Y-clip system ensures a millimetre-accurate adjustment - in a matter of seconds.

For more comfort

Air vents ensure optimum air conditioning, air circulation and effectively prevent heat accumulation inside the helmet.

Air vents at the top of the helmet can be opened and closed using the Airstream Control mechanism. The air flow can thus be regulated and adapted to the weather conditions. This ensures perfect air conditioning inside the helmet at all times.

For a better safety

All Alpina helmets manufactured using the inmold process are fitted with a robust ceramic shell. A polycarbonate plate is stretched under intense heat onto the shape of the helmet in the making and pressed onto the Hi-EPS body under high pressure and thermally bonded to it. The Ceramic shell is characterized by several qualities: It is impact- and scratch-resistant, UV-stable and antistatic.

Edge Protect is an additional polycarbonate plate that give inmold helmets a touch of refinement. It covers the edges on the underside of the helmet. This protects the Hi-EPS and increases the helmet's durability. At the same time, the wearer's neck and shoulder area is protected from injury by the helmet in the event of an impact and contact with the bottom edge of the helmet.

Hardshell helmets consist of a Hi-EPS core and an impact-resistant outer shell made of ABS or polycarbonate. This combination ensures maximum safety.

The inner shell of all Alpina helmets is made of Hi-EPS (High Expanded Polystyrene). The material has microscopically small air chambers that absorb the forces acting on the helmet in the event of an impact. Hi-EPS provides optimum protection and at the same time allows for extra-thin helmet wall as well as narrow helmet shapes.

For a better view

Quattroflex is the term for a specially coloured lens in ruby red, which reduces the proportion of blue in visible light. This increases contrasts in the snow, allowing surroundings to be perceived better and more quickly. Thanks to the lens’s brightening effect, the contours and textures of the piste can be perceived better even in poor weather conditions. A polarisation film of highest optical quality built into the lens completes the Quattroflex effect: Distracting scattered light and glares are filtered out and the contrast is also enhanced. Reflections and mirroring are minimised, which allows icy surfaces and dangerous situations to be seen much better.

Varioflex is a lens technology in which the lens tint automatically adjusts to the weather. The self-tinting (photochromatic) lens reacts to visible light. When exposed to radiation, chemical elements open up and create a flat, darkening effect. When the light intensity decreases, the chemical elements close and the lens becomes brighter again. This process takes seconds. The result: a lens for a wide variety of light conditions.

Hicon is the name for a certain orange tint of the lens. This colouring has the property of significantly increasing contrasts. This makes the view clearer and better, which increases safety on the way down. The effect is particularly helpful in diffuse lighting conditions such as fog or snowfall.

Mirror is a lens on which multiple reflective layers are applied. They provide protection from harsh glares and infrared light. Mirror is not only the feature of a highly functional lens, it’s an element of style.

Multi Mirror is a lens on which up to sixteen reflective layers are applied. They provide protection from harsh glares and infrared light. Multi Mirror is not only the feature of a highly functional lens, it’s an element of style.

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