Deep Space Alpha Mips helmet recognized by Freeskier Magazine
Flaxta has been recognized by Freeskier Magazine, one of the most prominent and respected ski publications in the world. The Deep Space Alpha Mips helmet is included in their "Game Changing Gear: Five Innovations That Let You Charge Harder (and Smarter)" feature.
We are thrilled to announce that our Deep Space Alpha Mips helmet has been featured by Freeskier Magazine in their "Game Changing Gear: Five Innovations That Let You Charge Harder (and Smarter)". The article highlights the newest must-have pieces of equipment that keep skiers safe and comfortable on the hill and in the backcountry.
We are proud to be recognized for our commitment to protection and safety, and this recognition is a testament to the hard work and dedication of our team and our partners. We are constantly strive to create gear that that exceeds our customers' expectations, and this recognition from Freeskier Magazine is a true honor.
Swedish sports brand Flaxta has drawn on a trifecta of the most innovative Swedish technology companies to create its safest, smartest helmet yet.
– Freeskier Magazine
The Deep Space Alpha Mips helmet incorporates a trio of innovative Swedish technologies; Mips, twICEme and Recco.
The helmet features the twICEme technology, providing immediate access to uploaded safety information for first responders through near-field communication. Tap your smartphone and scan the twICEme symbol on your helmet to access details such as coordinates and your medical profile.
Mips (Multi-directional Impact Protection System)
Mips is designed to reduce the rotational forces that can be transmitted to the brain in a crash. It works by adding a low-friction layer between the helmet and the head, which allows the helmet to rotate slightly around the head during an impact.
The included RECCO® reflector enhances your searchability to professional rescuers in the event of an avalanche accident or when lost in the outdoors.
The Deep Space Alpha Mips was introduced in Europe (€250 EUR) this winter and will arrive in Canada and the United States for the 2023/2024 winter season, with an MSRP of $250 USD and $350 CAD.