I Love Ski presents this winter’s must-have accessory: the helmet hook that attaches to your ski helmet. Once you’ve tried it, you won’t be able to do without it.

A 100% French helmet hook for solidarity

This practical accessory will prevent you from removing your ski helmet every time you put on your sanitary mask this season. You will be able to choose when to hang and unhang your mask as you wish, using these hooks located on the sides of the helmet, at ear level.

The design, manufacture and assembly are made in France. This accessory (no bigger than a coin) will become the ideal companion for your next skiing holiday.

Suitable for the mountains, this accessory is designed to withstand the weather conditions of winter sports, and does not require any special equipment to attach it.

The pair of hooks is attached to each side of the ski helmet, where it suits you best, using pre-mounted double-sided pads.

Buy your standard helmet hook

You can remove this accessory once the health crisis has passed, without the risk of damaging the surface of your helmet.

Image: examples of personalised helmet covers

And for those who can’t help but be fashionable, there are several options to personalise your pair of ski helmet hooks: snowman, fir tree, snowflake, mountain, etc. You can also integrate your own logo if you wish, as some organisations have already done.

Buy your personalised helmet hook

For a pair of standard ski helmet hooks, count 5,90 euros per pair (minimum order: 3 pairs). And for a personalised version, count 7,90 euros per pair (minimum order: 3 pairs).

To top it off, delivery is free and your order will be shipped within 24 hours in mainland France.

Of course, there are special prices for professionals buying in larger quantities (rental shops, ski lifts, ski schools and resorts, etc.). For occasional skiers who can carry their mask, this solution will be at their disposal, as many rental helmets will be equipped with it. And for those who are not aware of the existence of this product, don’t worry, as some ski pass sales outlets will be able to offer it.

A story of man and heart

Nicolas BRUYÈRE, who comes from a family of industrialists and inventors, is at the origin of this concept. He tells us about the genesis of this product: “Trained as a mechanical engineer, I was able to create the 3DN FACTORY company during my studies, originally intended for the additive manufacturing of industrial parts. Parallel to this activity, I took over the family business. The family business ETABLISSEMENTS BRUYERE, specialised in precision mechanics. Thanks to my technical knowledge and my passion for skiing, the idea came naturally during a conversation with my partner.

As a skier, I quickly realised how difficult it would be for all of us to put on and take off a sanitary mask without having to leave our helmets behind.

“So, I decided to create simple but particularly effective ski helmet hook” explains Nicolas. The goal was to create a product that was adapted, accessible and legal for use by all skiers and snowboarders wearing helmets.

Thanks to this essential system, skiers will be able to benefit this winter from the only completely safe and legal solution.

Buy your helmet hook

Disabled people will be involved in the assembly of the ski helmet hooks

For the assembly of these parts, Nicolas BRUYÈRE turned to the company ITHAC in Saint Etienne, a company with strong human values that offers work to disabled people to facilitate their professional integration.

“We chose to work with this company for the assembly of our product. We fully support their philosophy. As we do not have any disabled workers in our team, we wanted to contribute to the professional integration of these people in our own way.”

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Reminder on the opening protocol of French ski resorts

This winter, the health card will not be compulsory to use the ski lifts. The mask must be worn in queues and on lifts with open vehicles (ski lifts, chairlifts) or closed vehicles (gondola lifts, cable cars).

The use of the health pass will only be considered if the national incidence rate exceeds 200 cases per 100,000 inhabitants, in order to maintain the service and guarantee users safe access to the ski lifts.