Edelrid Shield II


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Edelrid Shield II climbing helmet is lightweight and robust, In-Mold helmet with innovative closure system and excellent ventilation. The perfect protection for long and demanding climbs. Lightweight In-Mold construction with expanded polystyrene foam core and a tough polycarbonate shell Wing-Fit system and rear adjustment dial fits all sizes and guarantees outstanding safety and comfort Fully adjustable chin strap with closure system positioned under the ear for greater comfort Ergonomically-shaped interior with removable padding Airflow system with large vents ensure a constant supply of fresh air 4 robust head torch clips Spare padding included Size 1: 48 - 56 cm head circumference Size 2: 52-62 cm head circumference

  • 248g


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