Petzl Sirocco Adapt Headlamp Mount

Petzl Sirocco Adapt Headlamp Mount
Petzl Sirocco Adapt Headlamp Mount
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Sirocco Adapt Headlamp Mount by Petzl
If you find yourself rapping off a route past sunset, or starting a climb before sunrise, then maybe the Petzl Sirocco Adapt Headlamp Mount is for you. It fits in the Petzl Sirocco Climbing Helmet's ventilation holes for quick-and-easy installation, and it's compatible with Petzl's Duo S and Duo Z2 headlamps.

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SKU: PTZ007Z
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