Good to know
You should replace your helmet if it has any cracks or bumps and make sure that the buckle, straps and a possible size-adjustable system are intact. Your helmet - bike helmet or skate helmet...
Wearing a kids ski helmet
Skiing is a very popular winter sport, and many families use skiing to get some quality time together. But nevertheless, skiing is also considered being an extreme sport, since the risk of getting injured is high for both beginners and advanced riders. That said, it should be a no brainer, that your children and youngsters wear kids ski helmets or a toddler ski helmet when speeding down the slopes.
If we take a look at the statistics, the use of junior ski helmets actually reduces the risk of head injuries by 35%. That is also one of the main reasons why many countries have laws that make it mandatory for children to wear kids helmets for skiing.
But is it really necessary to wear a toddler ski helmet?
Even though your child might be an experienced skier, you never know if the person in front or behind is just as experienced. Even if you are by your children's side constantly, or not skiing at high speed, you still can't predict what the others around you will do.
Remember this: It is always better to have scratched helmet instead of a scratched head.
A great side effect about your kid wearing a junior ski helmet is that the helmet actually provides quite a good amount of heat and most kids love the cool look that a stylish ski helmet provides.