Buy any Bolle Ski Helmet and get any Bolle Ski Goggle for 1/2 price
Choosing Children's Ski Helmets Online More and more skiers are wearing ski helmets, and for good reason - a good helmet can protect your head from serious injury, and even prevent death. Now that that's cheered you up, here's a few tips for buying a children's ski helmet.
Find Your Ski Helmet Size
Finding your child's ski helmet size is a piece of cake. Most children's ski helmets are sized in centimeters, based on the circumference of your head. To get an accurate measurement, get a tape measure (bit obvious that, sorry) and put it around your child's head just above their eyebrows. Measure it all the way round and that's how big their cranium is.
Children's Ski Helmet Sizes:
Ski Helemt Size: XXSmall - Head Circumference : 52cm
Ski Helemt Size: XSmall - Head Circumference : 54cm
Ski Helemt Size: Small - Head Circumference : 56cm
Ski Goggle Compatibility Make sure your child's ski helmet is compatible with ski goggles and have goggle retainers. When you get the ski helmet, try your goggles on with the helmet and make sure the goggles fit your child's face well with the helmet and feel comfortable. Children's Bolle ski helmets are compatible with most ski goggles.
Returns Policy When buying a ski helmet it's important that it fits snuggly and is comfortable. When you get the ski helmet try it on and make sure it fits okay. If you're not happy with it, put it back in the box and post it back to us.
All you have to pay for is the postage back. Once we receive the goods we will refund you immediately. If you require a smaller or larger size, we will post the new size free of charge.
Our prices are so cheap that even if you have to post it back to us for an alternative size, you will still be getting a price below the RRP.
What ski expert Mike Doyle says about Ski Helmets Here's what skiing journalist Mike Doyle says about ski helmets:
'One of the best skiing safety tips is really a matter of personal choice - to wear, or not to wear, a ski helmet while skiing. Both the NSP (National Ski Patrol) and the PSIA (Professional Ski Instructors of America) encourage wearing a ski helmet, but, it isnt mandated.
If you consider those who routinely wear protective headgear, including football and baseball players, construction workers, horseback riders, rock climbers, bicyclers, auto racers, and motorcycle riders - it certainly makes sense that skiers should be just as careful. The most important safety tip that I would personally give to any level skier, is to wear a certified ski helmet.'