Petzl Vertex ST


RRP: £75.60
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The Petzl Vertex ST helmet is designed for protection against impacts and falling objects during ground level work. Its unventilated shell protects against electrical hazards and molten metal splash. Its six-point textile suspension ensures maximum comfort, and its CenterFit adjustment system adjusts the headband and keeps the helmet centered on the head. The VERTEX ST is designed for optimal attachment of a PIXA or ULTRA VARIO headlamp, a VIZIR, VIZIR SHADOW or VIZEN protective shield, and hearing protection.

  • Six-point mesh liner conforms to the shape of the head for improved comfort. Shock absorption achieved through deformation of the outer shell.
  • CenterFit adjustment system ensures centering and optimal stability of the helmet on the head
  • Side slots for mounting hearing protection
  • Inserts for accepting a VIZIR face shield
  • Slot for mounting a PIXA headlamp
  • Four clips for mounting a headlamp with an elastic headband
  • Chin strap designed to release if snagged (strength less than 25 daN)
  • The helmet's unventilated shell protects against electrical hazards and molten metal splash


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