Dynafit TLT Helmet 2022 – 2023 | Review

This helmet from Dynafit is packing multi certification to keep you protected during a range of mountain sports

Why we chose the Dynafit TLT Helmet: Lightweight, versatile, high airflow 

Weight: 300g
Sizes: 53-58 cm (S/M) or 57-61 cm (L/XL)
Price: £120

The Dynafit TLT Helmet is kind of like that frustratingly talented family friend who could speak four languages, bash out Beethoven on the piano, and was also captain of the local rugby club. Coming with triple certification for multisport use, this helmet can protect you while you’re skiing, climbing / mountaineering, and biking. Pretty essential stuff for those of us who like to travel around the mountains in our own way. 

But why is this multi cert so impressive? Well, performance across multi-disciplines is a pretty hard thing to achieve. Bulk up the helmet for maximum protection for downhill skiing and biking and you’ve sacrificed much of the comfort and airflow that’s essential for ski touring and climbing. But, with the all-new TLT Helmet, the perfect balance is exactly what Dynafit has managed to achieve. 

Not only this, but the helmet has also been approved by the International Ski Mountaineering Federation for certification in their races. 


Aside from all the triple certification goodness packed into this lightweight helmet, the Dynafit TLT helmet is also packing a great feature set that’ll make life on the skin track, bike trail and rock route that bit more painless.

First of these features, and one that’s certainly unique to many ski-specific helmets, is the visor. This visor (that’s adjustable and removable) is mainly designed to help shield your eyes from any potential glare, kind of similar to the brim of a baseball cap. The visor also helps to keep your ski goggles from moving and snapping back onto your head when you’ve got them stowed at the top of the helmet.

You’ve then got Dynafit’s impressive ‘TLT Helm-Goggle’ system, that makes use of a popper to attach Dynafit’s own goggles to this helmet in a seamlessly integrated way. The use of the popper means that the goggles just have to be clipped to the side of the helmet, reducing the weight and bulk of a full strap and making it easier to put on and take off the goggles.

In terms of ventilation, the Dynafit TLT helmet features numerous holes at the top of the helmet to promote airflow over your head, while still keeping a strong structure for impact protection. This is something that’ll be appreciated by skiers, bikers and climbers who like to keep their helmets on during sweat-inducing ascents.

Not only is airflow kept to a maximum, but Dynafit has looked to keep weight kept to a minimum which, alongside the comfortable fit, gives you one less reason to remove the helmet on ascents. Speaking of comfort, you’ve got a small dial at the back (which looks like it’s borrowed from a climbing-specific helmet) to provide easy adjustment as and when required. You can also dial in the chin strap for a secure fit.

Three for the price of one usually sounds like a marketing ploy that’s too good to be true. But, with the Dynafit TLT Helmet, we’re glad to report that’s not the case. The helmet is more than capable of taking on everything you can throw its way, whether that’s on the skin track, an alpine face or bike trail – and, most importantly, it keeps you comfortable at the same time.  

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