Sweet Protection

From Bushmade Skateboards
to Sweet Protection

We create superior protection inspiring
people to push their boundaries.

The year is 1988. Skateboarding is still prohibited, and the Sweet mantra was just manifested on a school paper. 

The Sweet Protection story started in Trysil, a mountain village in Østerdalen, Norway, when a group of keen river kayakers were missing the proper protection to push even harder at their sport.

Sweet Protection blends industry-leading innovation with the finest craftsmanship available to create the safest and most advanced helmets, protective gear and apparel.
Sweet strives to inspire every outdoor enthusiast – from World Cup ski racers to the weekend warrior out with their kids and everyone in between – to give them the confidence to go further and faster. If you aren’t able to push your own limits, we aren’t doing our job.

Skiers Lodge Guide Service favorite protection from Sweet Protection

Switcher Helmet

No day will be too hot nor too cold wearing the highly ventilated, award-winning all-mountain Switcher Helmet.

The Switcher helmet is a groundbreaking and versatile all-mountain helmet. With 22 one hand adjustable vents, no day will be too hot or too cold. Our Advanced Hybrid construction combines in-mold and hard shell technology to provide low weight and extra reinforcement in critical areas. Our new performance interior with a magnetic chin buckle makes it easy to fasten, even wearing mitten or gloves. The turn dial adjustment increases the adjustment span and is more user friendly. The helmet is Audio Ready, and our Audio Chips can be bought as additional gear.

Read more about Switcher Helmet

New groundbreaking and
award-winning technology
New and updated interior,
for easy adjustments
Our most advanced
and versatile
all-mountain helmet
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Environmental and Social Practices

You can always feel safe when wearing any products from Sweet Protection. Here is more info on how we ensure it.

Read more about our Environmental and Social Practices