Black Diamond Vapor

 

RRP: £130.00
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Climbing Helmet

The Black Diamond Vapor is an ultralight climbing helmet with great ventilation to keep the head cool on hot days. At first glance the Vapor appears to be made merely of EPS foam and a polycarbonate shell but there's a lot more going on than that! Black Diamond have embedded a kevlar sheet and carbon rods into the foam to give great protection for very little weight - starting at 186g for the smaller size.

The ratcheting suspension tucks up into the shell when not in use for neat storage. Headlamps can be attached via the supplied clips.


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  • Weight: S/M 186g; M/L 199g
  • Size range: S/M 53-59cm, 58-63cm
  • Polycarbonate shell
  • EPS foam
  • Kevlar sheet
  • Carbon rods

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