Which product is compatible with this kid’s ski helmet?
This baby ski helmet is compatible with Lugik goggles. The goggles’ strap is worn on top of the ski helmet and passes through the helmet hook. The hat is also specially designed to be worn under the helmet.
Why is this kid’s ski helmet sold with a hat?
The hat provides protection against the cold according to one's need and the weather. This hat can also be worn alone when it is no longer necessary to protect your baby's head during your winter sports activities: sledging or skiing.
How do you adjust this kid’s ski helmet?
The adjustment wheel plays a key role in keeping your baby's helmet secure. This system can be easily and precisely adjusted at any time using the easily accessible dial that you can even use with skiing gloves. It also provides comfort and maximum safety. Turn the dial to the right to tighten and to the left to loosen.
What does European standard 1077-B (2007) mean?
The 1077-B (2007) standard is a European standard that applies to the helmets used for cranial protection during downhill skiing and snowboarding, or similar groups (recreational sledging). This standard tests the ability to absorb shocks and resistance to penetration.
Category B helmets can have better ventilation and provide better hearing but protect a smaller proportion of the head and provide less protection from penetration.
How do you to choose the size of a kid’s ski helmet?
Measure your child's head circumference in centimetres (around the middle of the forehead and just above the ears).
Then choose the size that covers this measurement.
Example: your baby has a head circumference of 46.5cm, so they should try a kids’ ski helmet in size XXS 44-49 cm.
Take plenty of time to try it on properly. Your child shouldn't feel any areas of discomfort. If they do, try another model.
How do you know if a kid’s ski helmet is properly fitted?
When in use, the ski/sledge helmet must be properly fitted and adjusted:
* It is essential to choose the right size.
* The head circumference must be adjusted using the thumb wheel.
* The chinstrap must be properly adjusted.
It's a bit like the seat belt in a car: if it is too loose, it will not perform its function and your child will be less protected.
What are the conditions for returning personal protective equipment (such as this kids’ ski helmet)?
A helmet is a piece of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment).
Please make sure this product is right for you (model / size / colour) before purchasing.
Otherwise, you can return it in accordance with our terms and conditions, i.e. with the instructions, labels and, if applicable, the original packaging. So it can be re-used. Together, let's respect our planet.
EPP and PC
EPP: expanded polypropylene.