BRP Ski-Doo Oxygen Helmet | First Look Review | 2019 Launch

We had a chance to get our hand on… I should say hands “in” the BRP Ski-Doo Oxygen Helmet at the 2019 Product Launch. There is actually heat you can feel inside this helmet – no need for a breath box and perfect for Blue Tooth Communicators like Sena, UClear, or Collett.

Explore more with a better field of vision than any other helmet on the market. What’s more, you’ll enjoy 16% more heated surface than the previous leading helmet, the BV2S. You’ll see more vertically, you’ll see more horizontally, and your entire ride will be fog-free.


What is the retail price for the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet?

The retail price for the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet is $749,99 CND

What is the warranty for the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet?

The warranty for the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet is a 4-year limited warranty.

What is the exact weight of the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet (in pounds and in grams)?

The OXYGEN snowmobile helmet weighs in at +/- 1795gr/ 3.95lbs for a size large. Almost 1 lbs lighter than the BV2S.

Why are there 2 sizes of shell?

2 shell sizes fits a wider variety of riders

S, M and L = Smaller Shell

XL and 2XL = Bigger Shell

How does it compare to BV2S and Modular 3, in terms of warmth and wind noise?

Unique noise control system with custom fit ear pads in the OXYGEN Snowmobile Helmet. A larger, generous chin curtain for warmth and improved wind protection.

How does the M-FORGE composite compare to the carbon fiber composite?

M-FORGE® Composite has a revolutionary Thermoplastic matrix that behaves with increased ductility and tenacity. It increases safety over traditional helmet shell materials made through the use of the conventional Thermoset matrix.

Up to 20% lighter than traditional carbon fiber and Up to 30% lighter than traditional Tricomposite helmet shells, while meeting the same international safety standards. It puts less strain on a rider than comparable helmets on the market for a more comfortable riding experience.

What color is the sun visor for the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet?

The OXYGEN snowmobile helmet comes with the smoke color sun visor. Other colors available are bronze and amber. The retail price is $34,99 CND

How much does the power cable kit cost to replace and is it part of the warranty?

Power cable kit cost to replace $99.99 USD and yes, it is part of the 4-year warranty.

Can you ride without the cord for the majority of the time with this helmet like with the BV2S?

Unlike the BV2S, the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet is only available with an electric shield. During warm conditions (more than 0°C), you may find you can ride without the cord with the main visor cracked open. But we strongly recommend using the electric shield to get the best performance.

Does the connector magnet disconnect easily when you hit bumps?

The vertical force required to disconnect the magnetic connector is approx. 25 Newtons (or 2,5 kgf). It will stay in position even if you are an active rider.

Will the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet keep my glasses from fogging?

The OXYGEN snowmobile helmet has been tested under different conditions, including the use of prescription glasses. It is important to understand that it is impossible for us to say that there will be no fog under any condition. This statement is true for all helmets on the market. However, we can say that depending on the adjustments available on the helmets (winds, minimum opening of the visor cracked open, heating power available via the visor and the garage), it is possible to minimize the situations or conditions that could normally generate fogging on the glasses. People who wore glasses during the customer program (who tested the helmet for more than a year) did not identify the fogging on their glasses as problematic.

Can I use a communication system with the OXYGEN snowmobile helmet? Is the helmet com system ready?

Yes! The OXYGEN snowmobile helmet was designed to accommodate the use of many common helmet communication systems found on the market. Your OXYGEN snowmobile helmet will come with basic instructions on proper installation of such communication systems. It should not require any modification to the neck/chin curtain.

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Mark Bow says:

A bit pricey for my budget…. Good review. Thanks

Lari Helgren says:

Don’t come large enough, no 3x . Extra large is like medium.
Disappointed !!!

jim beam says:

Listen I gotta tell you I tried it this past winter at the demo rides and it fogged up two mins after I put it on in my head my friend also tried one and did the same thing in my opinion it’s not worth the price

Wendy LaLonde says:

Can you use the noise reduction insert at the same time as a headphone speaker?

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