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SK3 Phase 1 PPT

  1. SK3 Technologies Custom Fit 3D Printed Helmets Noel Airoldi Tom Balicki Charlie Jacobs John Myers Ryan Rucki
  2. Head injuries cause 60% of deaths in snow sports. (NSAA)
  3. The Issue Skiing is a dangerous sport. Wearing a properly fit helmet is the best way to minimize risk of serious head injury. • 31% of ski-related head injuries are severe enough to result in clinical signs of concussion. (Micheli Center) • Parkinson's and Alzheimer's are potential long term symptoms of concussions. (Mayo Clinic)
  4. Our Idea Built for the demanding needs of alpine ski racers, SK3 will address the shortcomings of the existing crash helmet industry. Each and every one of our helmets will offer clients a completely unique fitment for maximum benefit. • Impact-Resistant TPU, not Styrofoam. • 3D printing allows customizability. • SK3 offers safety, comfort, and trust.
  5. How We Help Testing of similar proprietary technology showed: • 26% decreased chance of brain injury compared with foam helmets. (hexr) • 30% improvement in rotational velocity and liner acceleration metrics. (hexr)
  6. Fun Put your helmet to use with confidence! Our Build Process Cranial Imaging Custom head scan with our 3D imaging tool. Printing Digital model is printed in pieces. Assembly Pieces combined into final product.
  7. What is it made of? Material TPU is strong, malleable, impact resistant, and cost effective. Structure Honeycomb pattern provides structural integrity that a block of Styrofoam cannot.
  8. What does it look like?
  9. Target Market Skiers. More specifically, alpine ski racers. These are the people on the slopes most concerned about head safety. • 10,678 FIS registered alpine athletes worldwide. (FIS) • 1,115 FIS registered alpine athletes in USA. (FIS) • Countless more in younger age groups.
  10. Why this market? Although it is a niche market, these individuals put themselves at high risk of injury and head safety is of great concern. Each and every one of these racers has a high standard for their helmets. • FIS athletes spend $30,000+ annually. (USSA) • Ski racers replace multiple helmets annually. • Ski racers buy gear frequently and follow trends of other athletes. (skiracing)
  11. Where do they find us? • Scanning booths in ski shops • Race and Training event booths with demos
  12. Ability to Scale Ski Racers All Skiers Additional Sports
  13. We Sell Helmets 5 Year Expiration You Replace your Helmet
  14. Event Presence Show up at races and training events to offer demos. Roads to Market Sponsorships Work with current athletes to for testing and awareness. Online Presence Advertise to our specific market using advanced online tools. Club Partnerships Work with individual ski clubs to sell to their athletes.
  15. Competition HEXR BELL KAV
  16. Thank you! We look forward to your feedback! Noel Airoldi Tom Balicki Charlie Jacobs John Myers Ryan Rucki
  17. Sources FISSKI.Biographies,1Sept.2022, NationalSkiAreasAssociation.HelmetSafety,NSAA,1Jan.2022, TheMicheliCenter.“HeadsupbeforeHittingtheSlopes:ConcussionResearchinSkiingandSnowboarding.”TheMicheliCenter,TheMicheliCenter,9Nov.2020,,or%20clinical%20signs%20of%20concussion. MayoClinic.“PersistentPost-ConcussiveSymptoms.”MayoClinic,MayoFoundationforMedicalEducationandResearch,6Oct.2020, 20353352#:~:text=Persistent%20post%2Dconcussive%20symptoms%2C%20also,problems%20with%20concentration%20and%20memory. HEXR.“Safety.”Hexr, Radamus,Aldo.“Radamus:Let'sFaceIt,SkiingIsExpensive.”SkiRacingMedia,30Aug.2020, USSkiandSnowboardAssosciation.Equipment,

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