Uvex Race 3 Carbon FIS Helmet

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  • Item #16472
  • $1,000.00

Note: This helmet is a SPECIAL ORDER item.

With the Uvex Race 3 Carbon helmet you will feel that you are ahead of time and fully compliant with the new FIS requirements for speed events. With a significantly improved the carbon layup process, the edge of this full carbon helmet is not just cut, it is folded over. This means more stability for little extra weight - this ski race helmet weighs in at only 450 g - with a finish that is perfect for the podium. And because safety is always paramount, a full headband is built-in. So the Uvex Race 3 stays where you have put it: on your head.

Special Handling and Shipping:
To Mainland US - 2nd & Next Day Rates have a $10 Oversize Charge.
To Canada or Alaska - Ground Only + $10 Oversize Charge. (Expedited Rate by Quote.)


  • Super light carbon fiber ski race helmet
  • Precise fit
  • Anti-allergenic liner
  • Monomatic Buckle
  • Chinguard compatibile
  • Meets new 2013 FIS requirements

Selecting your proper helmet size:

Measure your head circumference one inch above the eyebrows around to the largest point on the back of your head. Round up to the larger size when your measurement is between two sizes.

Head Measurement

Helmet Size Guide

Head Circumference (inches) Helmet Size (cm)
20 51
20 1/4 52
20 7/8 53
21 1/4 54
21 5/8 55
22 56
22 3/8 57
22 3/4 58
23 1/4 59
23 5/8 60
24 3/8 61

Removable Lining

Uvex liners are moisture wicking, anti-allergenic and easy to remove for washing.

Monomatic - Button Press Adjustment

Multi-stage and anatomically shaped: Uvex's monomatic comfort closure opens and closes at the touch of a button, with just one hand. The chin strap always sits perfectly.

New FIS Helmet Rules

Conform to FIS Label

Note: New regulation (2014/15) is applicable at all levels without exception for the 2016/17 season. All helmets that meet this new regulation in our store are labelled "FIS" for your convenience. Download the current FIS Specifications for Competition Equipment and Commercial Markings and the USSA Helmet Rule for full details.

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