Petzl Meteor III+ Helmet

Weighing only 235 grams, the Meteor III + 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.

Petzl Meteor III+ #1, 139 kb
Petzl Meteor III+ #1
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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


  • 3-year guarantee
  • One-size-fits-all: 53 - 61 cm
  • Weight: 235 g
  • Available in three colors: Gray, White Violet & Red Orange
  • CERTIFICATION: CE EN 12492 / UIAA (climbing),CE EN 1078 (European cycling), CE EN 1385 (European whitewater)
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logo£65.70. Available at Manchester & Harrogate Climbing Centres
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logo£71.99. This benchmark super-light mountaineering and climbing helmet now also meets the European standards for cycling and whitewater
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