Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp

Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp
Black Diamond Sprinter Headlamp
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Sprinter Headlamp by Black Diamond
Black Diamond's Sprinter Headlamp brightens the trail whether you're ski touring dawn patrols or trail running at night. One DoublePower LED lightens your way as far as 160 feet, and a red taillight strobe helps others see you from behind. You can recharge the Sprinter's lithium polymer battery via a USB outlet.

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SKU: BLD00ML
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