Uvex P.8000 Tour Skitouring Helmet
The Uvex P.8000 tour is an all-rounder of a special kind. Certified as a ski, climbing and bike helmet it does not shy away from hard ascents with climbing passages or long downhill stretches. This light-weight wonder weighing in at 310 grams is individually adaptable thanks to the integrated BOA system and features details like an integrated goggle bracket and a headlamp mount.
The uvex p.8000 tour is truly multitalented and is at home in several sports. The helmet in double inmould construction not only meets the ski and climbing standard, but the bike helmet standard as well. In winter, the uvex p.8000 tour seamlessly closes the gap between functional climbing and stylish ski helmet as an uncompromising ski touring helmet, in summer the allrounder weighing only 310 grams provides tried and tested protection on your bike.
Function and performance are decisive in ski mountaineering. However, versatility is also important, and is another key feature of the uvex p.8000 tour: lining and earpads can be removed easily in just one step. This turns the comfortable ski helmet into a high-performance climbing helmet, whose ventilation system and breathable padding promise full comfort even during your ascent. In addition, the integrated BOA-system of the uvex p.8000 tour was exclusively adapted to the needs of ski mountaineering. Adapted from the biking sector, the fitting system is significantly lighter than in conventional ski helmets. The fit of the helmet can be adjusted easily even with gloves due to the enlarged wheel.
More and more ski tourers follow the call to go outside in the evenings as well. Climbing the peak in the dark is a special challenge. For these cases, the uvex p.8000 comes equipped with an installation to hold a headlamp, along with the convenient goggle bracket. The integrated reflector of the RECCO-search system provides additional safety.
• vent system
• headband holder
• removable ear pads
• anti-allergenic liner
• removable lining
59 is 55-59 cm
standards: EN 1077; EN 1078; EN 12482