SKI MOUNTAINEERING, ALPINISM, ICE CLIMBING, ROCK CLIMBING
The Speed Comp is the new competition version of our popular Speed 2.0 helmet—updated in accordance with the new ISMF rules that state that helmets must meet both EN 12492 standards for alpinism and EN 1077/B standards for alpine skiing. The dual certification guarantees a higher level of safety for athletes, especially improved from the old standard for side impacts. C.A.M.P. went through multiple rounds of R&D to deliver a helmet that is very strong, yet comfortable and breathable enough for the high intensity of randonee racing. Other improved features include a special adapter system for adjusting the size of the helmet for smaller heads and a unique strap system for securing ski goggles in the optimal position even when they are not being used.
Lightweight in-mold EPS construction with a durable polycarbonate shell
EN 12492 and EN 1077/B certified in accordance with new ISMF rules
Ventilation holes on the sides and back for excellent breathability
Foam padding is lined with soft microfiber for sweat absorption and comfort
Size adjustment wheel is easy to operate with one hand
Dedicated elastic straps keep ski goggles in the optimal position even when they are not being used
Headlamp holder with clips on the front and elastic cord on the back
Size can be customized with a special adapter kit (included)
Available in 3 colors
Shell material: Polycarbonate
Certifications: CE EN 12492 (alpinism) and CE EN 1077/B (ski alpine)
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Highly powerful headlamp for demanding activities in the dark. Thanks to integrated sensors, the headlamp automatically adjusts the luminosity to the ambient light. The luminosity can also be controlled with a simple hand movement without actually touching the headlamp.