Petzl Boreo Helmet

Petzl Boreo Helmet
Petzl Boreo Helmet
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Boreo Helmet by Petzl
Although smart enough to wear Petzl's Boreo Helmet, you should still cower in fear every time you hear that word yelled out at the climbing crag. This helmet is a hybrid of sorts, with denser foam up top to better protect against falling rocks, while the softer sides take impacts when you're falling better. There are various adjustments at the internal liner to ensure a secure fit.

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SKU: PTZ007H
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