Ski helmets adjustments,
Fit adjuster - A dial or ratchet at the back or on top of a helmet that allows you to have a customised fit around you head.
Chinstrap – can be adjusted for a better fit. The latest innovation is a magnetic chinstrap for quick closure.
Goggle security – most helmets have a strap, clip or bungee on the back to keep your goggles in place.
Liner – moisture wicking liners drow sweat away from your head.Removable earpads - many helmets have an earpads which can be removed.
Venting - keeps your head cool while riding.
Safety standard - Some helmets are made with a tough outer shell over a shock-absorbing inner layer. Others have an in-mold shell where the two layers are fused together to reduce the weight of the helmet. All helmets featured here meet the European standard (CE EN 1077 - check for this code when buying a helmet). You might see the ASTM F2040 code instead, a stringent American standard that some helmets satisfy.
Recommended to see:
Skiing tip 1
Skiing tips for beginners
Use a helmet.