The 22/23 winter season sees the launch of the all-new Deep Space Alpha MIPS helmet. Built on the popular Deep Space base, the Alpha MIPS version combines a number of award-winning safety and comfort features that makes it an ideal helmet for all-mountain use.

New to the Deep Space Alpha Mips is the twICEme® NFC Medical ID that gives access to vital medical info and emergency contact details, while the RECCO® reflector enhances your searchability to professional rescuers in the event of an avalanche accident or when lost in the outdoors.

– The Deep Space project is one of our most ambitious and extensive developments to date. We're delighted to continue to expand our collection of Deep Space helmets. The Alpha Mips represent everything we stand for and promise to our customers and is more evidence of our commitment to our customers' satisfaction and protection as of utmost importance, says Mikael Odén, Head of Product development at Flaxta.

The helmet includes Mips technology (short for Multi-directional Impact Protection system) for protection against rotational forces, and the hybrid shell construction, combining an in-mold technology with a robust ABS shell, has allowed an optimized weight, durability, and structural stability.

The 100% recycled EPS core ensures the highest level of protection and the Primaloft Gold insulation ensures extra warmth and comfort. Deep Space offers a personalized, comfortable, and secure fit, so you can take on any challenge and journey with confidence.

Deep Space Alpha Mips is available at and through select retailers.


Product details

  • Integrated twICEme technology.
  • Integrated RECCO reflector.
  • MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System).
  • Hybrid construction for optimized weight and durability.
  • 100% recycled EPS core.
  • Foamfit - adaptive foam for individual fit.
  • Primaloft liner for added warmth.
  • Fidlock magnetic buckle.
  • Adjustable ventilation.
  • Size adjustment system.
  • Flaxta ID compatible.

Learn more about Deep Space Alpha Mips here.