Description & Features
Designed and developed with overall World Champion Aleksander Kilde, the ARC5 was created to be the ultimate FIS-certified alpine ski helmet. In partnering with one of the fastest and most accomplished racers in the sport today, the ARC5 features a Duramatter shell with a unique rear design to help prevent Kilde's aggressive tuck position from interfering with his neck and body. Conforms to FIS RH 2013 for GS/SG/DH.
- Ski Racing Helmet
- Dura-Matter Shell
- Super-Tuck Shell Design
- Goggle Integration
- Gate Protection Foam
- Configurable Padding
- Emergency Removable Earpads
- Toolless Chin Guard
- Fixed Ventilation
- MIPS® Brain Protection System
- Polartec® Power Grid
- Meets FIS RH 2013 safety standards
- Helmet Carrying Case and Toolless Chinbar Included
- Unisex Sizing
Oakley's most robust construction method, using an injected molded Dura-Matter shell applied over an EPS foam liner. Dura-Matter is dent and ding resistant, offering the highest level of durability.
SUPER-TUCK SHELL DESIGN
The unique rear shell design allows for an aggressive tuck position without interfering with the neck/body.
Designed for optimal integration with Oakley goggles and tapered around the strap area to help goggles sit securely against the face.
GATE PROTECTION FOAM
Dual-density foam is added to the fronts and sides of the helmet underneath the shell material. Designed to dampen the impact of the gate if it hits the helmet.
Configurable padding, designed to allow you to adjust to your head shape for enhanced comfort.
EMERGENCY REMOVAL EARPADS
Designed so first responders can remove earpads quickly and safely if the head or neck needs to be stabilized in the event of a crash.
Fixed vents in front of the helmet allow for goggle ventilation, while the fixed vents on top of the helmet help keep the riders cool.
MIPS® BRAIN PROTECTION SYSTEM
Reduces rotational forces caused by angled impacts to the head.
Polartec® Power Grid™
Moisture-wicking, removable and washable three-dimensionally shaped vented lining to match the contours of a rider's head.