METEOR III + Helmet: Climb, Bike, Whitewater
72, added Apr/2011, see all Petzl news & reviews
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The METEOR III + is an ultra-light versatile helmet. Weighing only 235 grams, it sets the standard in terms of lightness and comfort. It is also one of our most ventilated models. Its innovative adjustment system allows each climber to adjust his/her helmet to head shape. Originally designed for climbing and mountaineering, the METEOR III + also meets the European standards for cycling and whitewater sports.

Lyon Equipment, Apr 2011
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  • Lightweight, low profile and very well ventilated helmet (the most ventilated climbing helmet available)
  • Adjustable chinstrap, nape height and headband for an extremely comfortable fit
  • Retractable adjustment system for easy storage and transport
  • Meets international standards for mountaineering and European standards for cycling and whitewater sports
  • Expanded polystyrene liner absorbs impacts
  • Compatible with VIZION face shield
  • Headlamp attachment with four optimally placed clips
  • Interior comfort foam is removable and washable


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For more information visit Lyon Equipment
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