Petzl Meteor Climbing Helmet

Petzl Meteor Climbing Helmet
Petzl Meteor Climbing Helmet
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Meteor Climbing Helmet by Petzl
Don't let a hot head get the best of you when you're leading a difficult pitch of ice--designed with huge amounts of ventilation and a lightweight, protective design, the Petzl Meteor Climbing Helmet is ideal for ice climbing and alpine ascents. Petzl used polycarbonate for the shell to keep the Meteor lightweight and ready to absorb impact, and the helmet's polystyrene liner is breathable, comfortable, and tough as they come. The Meteor is designed to sit securely on your head with a flat headband that cinches around your brain bucket for a killer fit, and it folds into the helmet for easy travel. The adjustable chin strap has a magnetic buckle so you can clip it on with one hand. Petzl also designed the Meteor with small clips around the helmet to secure a headlamp during those still-dark alpine starts.

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