After Cookie launched its certified full-face helmet, the G4, the shadowy figures in the Cookie lab were tasked to work on an
upgrade to the G3helmet. While initial discussions centered around improvements to the original, it soon became clear that there was a much longer list of features waiting to be realized, as well as learnings to incorporate about impact-protective materials used in the G4.

To understand the G35 you first need to understand the G4 …

The G4 helmet offers a unique set of advantages over helmets traditionally used in skydiving. The challenge set by the architects of the CE XPS72600 skydiving helmet standard asked for a helmet that would impact test under the identical velocity, helmet conditioning and head coverage of the already established air sports certification EN966 but added a snag test for the obvious differences in our sport. We will continue to develop the certified range of Cookie helmets as they offer critical safety advantages in our sport, both outdoors and in the tunnel.

The G35 project, however, gave us the freedom to focus on a lightweight,compact helmet that’s secure under the forces exerted
by skydiving at high speeds and when cameras are added. We wanted to design an integrated GoPro solution for a full-face helmet and a non-certified design gave us the chance to do just that. The G35 has a more traditional coverage profile but is lower at the rear compared to the earlier G3. This lower shell coupled with an external high-density foam area offers firm security while allowing the user in and out of the helmet easily. The most obvious difference between the G3 and G35 is a plate area in the top of the shell. This plate recess allows the user to easily customize the helmet between standard, tunnel (anti-scratch) and utility/camera, and includes pre-mounted internals for our patent pending camera release system. All that on a foundation of a G4 style EPP foam internal.


  • Soft and secure chin support
  • Steel spring mechanism (like the G4) with added assembly fail safe
  • Solid tunnel nylon skid plate, perfect for protecting the helmet when head down on the net
  • Nylon utility skid plate and cutaway handle turns your G35 into a GoPro helmet solution. This GoPro mount works with the Cookie roller mount range and allows the user both emergency cutaway functionality as well as a lightning fast way to attach and remove your camera.
  • Pre-marked for FlySight assembly.
  • High-quality visor optics in clear, tint and mirrored colors
  • Deep internal audible pockets
  • Choice of colors with the ability to further customize using aluminum side plates, top plates and visor options


Choose from thousands of combinations of helmet, top plate and side plate colors to personalize your G35



The Standard G35 configuration includes a painted matching ABS top plate. The Standard top plate is available in 13 colors. Customize the look of your G35.


The Skid top plate is constructed from heavy-duty nylon and is designed to help protect the helmet when being flown head down in the wind tunnel.

*Available in Black only


The Utility top plate is constructed from heavy-duty nylon and is designed to receive the GoPro roller mount and new camera cutaway system. Comes complete with replaceable cap that allows the unit to be used as a tunnel skid plate. Kit includes Utility Top Plate, roller mount receiver,replaceable cap, cutaway handle and slide lock. Note: camera and roller mount not included.

*Available in Black only



To perform properly, your G35 helmet must be fitted and worn correctly. Follow these steps to get the correct position and fit.

  1. Undo the clip beneath the chin and extend the helmet padding both at the back of the helmet and the chin. Place the helmet on your head while guiding the chin fabric underneath your chin.
  2. Grasp the buckle with your right hand and pull horizontally until the helmet liner closes firmly against the back of your head and neck. If the buckle is unable to be fastened or the helmet is too loose, you’ll have to adjust the fit using the internal line and anchor system shown.
  3. To make this adjustment locate the RED anchor near the right-hand cheek pad. Pull the anchor forward to expose the adjustment line. To adjust, shorten or lengthen the anchor point on the line by moving the anchor in or out depending on your requirements. Finally, tuck the anchor and excess line back into the end of the check pad.



Removal of the helmet visor will assist to more easily handle the helmet while you remove or replace the liner. 1. Remove the buckle from the strap
2. Slide the side clips downward in their slot to release.
3. Slide forward the 2 front cheek clips to release

4. With your thumbs press the chin at the edge of the helmet to unsnap the 3 front chin clips 5. Slide to release the chin strap end clips
6. Remove the crown and skirt from the helmet velcro and remove liner completely

Before using the visor for the first time after purchase, remove protective film. To open place your fingers against both side plates as shown. Push the side plates forward to unlock and then rotate upwards to the open position. To close the visor, simply rotate the visor downward and it will automatically lock into the closed position

Changing the visor.

It’s important to remove and replace the visor with the visor in the closed (locked position). Completely remove all 4 screws (2 on each side plate). Pull both side plates from the helmet and push the visor forward and away from the helmet as shown. To reassemble, slide the visor onto the helmet from front to back as shown. With the visor pushed firmly against the rubber seal attach the side plates making sure they locate on the pin. Replace all 4 screws and check screws periodically.


Remove all screws using the 2mm hex key tool provided . Note that the utility plate has 8 screws, while the standard and skid plate have 6. If you’re using the GoPro roller mount you must remove this before you’re able to remove the utility plate. Please assemble screws hand tight and check periodically.

See here for more detailed top plate instructions: flycookie.com/support


This is not a safety helmet. This product offers the wearer NO protection against injury or death. This product is not to be used on motorized or non-motorized modes of transport. Cookie Composites Group Pty Ltd accepts no responsibility for injury or death that may occur when using this product. The wearer uses this product at their own risk.

For more detailed instructions and other languages please go to www.flycookie.com/support


  1. Slide the chin strap through the groove on the right side of helmet
  2. Snap into place both left and right chin strap end clips
  3. Snap all 3 front chin clips into the locked position
  4. Snap front cheek clips
  5. Snap both side clips
  6. Massage liner onto Velcro at the edge of the helmet shell



The G35 has dual audible altimeter pockets located internally on each side of the helmet. Slide your audible into the pocket with the audible speaker facing your ear.

Your G35 helmet can be cleaned using water, mild detergent and a soft cloth. Ammonia and acid-based cleaning products should not be used at all. Any use of paints or adhesives can damage the exterior of the helmet. Please store your G35 away from direct light or heat source as this can cause damage. When traveling we recommend using the helmets original packaging or a ridged storage option


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