Grivel didn't just design the Stealth Climbing Helmet to look like your expedition tent because it's cool; this helmet's unique style amplifies airflow to give you what Grivel considers the best ventilation out of any climbing helmet. This helmet also boasts a lightweight and hard polycarbonate shell paired with impact-absorbing foam for optimal protection that you'll appreciate when you're about to punt off the crux.
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