Dynafit TLT Helmet
Triple certified, extremely light ski touring helmet.
This stylish, low-profile helmet fulfills the certification standards not only for skiing but also for mountaineering/climbing as well as for cycling, making it ideally suited for modern multisport adventures and demanding Speed tours. Thanks to the light, yet extremely tough construction and well-engineered ventilation, it is the first choice for demanding athletes who don’t set limits on the mountain but still prefer to be out adventuring fast and safe. Even for technical, alpine skimo competitions such as the Grand Course races, this helmet is an excellent choice with its versatile range of uses while satisfying all ISMF requirements.
The TLT features a flat, minimalist design, reduced padding as well as superbly engineered ventilation with generous openings for great comfort and breathability on challenging climbs. With its construction using an EPS inner lining and an “in-mold” polycarbonate shell, the TLT Helmet, weighing in at just 300 grams, offers an extraordinary balance of minimal weight and maximum protection. It can be customized to fit you and your needs using a small dial at the back. Additional adjustment options at the head and chin straps guarantee a precision fit and thus maximum safety. The adjustable and removable visor on the TLT helmet serves as a shield from glare and rounds out the sporty, casual look.
For a perfectly coordinated and extraordinarily light system, the TLT helmet can be ideally combined with the new DYNAFIT Goggles TLT and Speed. Goggles and helmet together guarantee the best possible fit with seamless closure on all sides. The eyeglass retainer can be swapped out in seconds and the specialized TLT adapter (sold separately and not included in delivery) can be clipped directly onto the helmet for perfect fit and extra comfort. The adjustable and removable visor serves not only to shield from glare, but also as to ensure ski goggles don’t slide back on the helmet inadvertently.
TLT Helm – Twice as nice? Thrice is even better!