Safety has top priority in the park - especially for children. That's why Alpina Park is the best choice here. The helmet combines outstanding protective properties with a clean and modern design. The robust hard shell is responsible for the high protection factor. It is extremely stable, impact-resistant and makes the helmet very durable. Despite the hard shell, the Alpina Park has a comfortable core that can be ideally adapted to the individual head size with the help of the Run System Classic. Twelve ventilation openings are distributed over the entire outside of the helmet. This creates an optimal climate inside the helmet - so that even the most difficult tricks in the park can keep a cool head.
The inner shell of all Alpina helmets is made of Hi-EPS (High Expanded Polystyrol). The material has microscopically small air chambers which absorb the forces acting on the helmet in the event of an impact. Hi-EPS provides optimum protection and at the same time enables extra-thin wall thicknesses and narrow helmet shapes.
Proven hundreds of thousands of times and used on all Alpina helmets: the belt buckle with the red push button and multi-stage automatic snap-in mechanism. Ergomatic can be operated with one hand - you can loosen the strap uphill, tighten it downhill - and in the event of a fall it is not possible for the locking mechanism to open automatically.
A helmet can only provide the best possible protection if it remains in the optimum position in the event of an impact. The adjustment and fixation of the two straps under the ear plays a decisive role. The Y-Clip system guarantees millimetre-precise adjustment - in a matter of seconds.
Run System Classic
The Run System allows the size of all Alpina helmets to be individually adjusted using a smooth-running rotating wheel. The Run System Classic scores with its price/performance ratio. It is a simple and robust adjustment wheel that holds the helmet securely and uncomplicatedly where it belongs: on the head.
All Alpina helmets manufactured using the Inmold process receive a robust Ceramic Shell. A polycarbonate plate is stretched under high heat onto the shape of the later helmet and pressed under high pressure onto the Hi-EPS body and thermally connected to it. The Ceramic Shell is characterized by several qualities: It is break- and scratch-resistant, UV-stable and antistatic.
One factor that strongly influences the wearing comfort is the ventilation of the helmet. The strategically sensible arrangement of the ventilation openings is decisive for optimum ventilation of the interior. The air is directed into the interior, directed along the head and can then flow out again at the rear. The head is therefore always pleasantly air-conditioned.