Black Diamond Tracer

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The Black Diamond Tracer Helmet is designed for the superior lightweight protection and comfort needs of alpinists and climbers moving fast. Tracer Helmet Features:Mesh-covered vents offer protection from falling objectsMolded EPS foam with a hard polycarbonate shellVentilation where you need it mostWeight : 245 g, 8.6 ozSize: Medium 22-23.5''

- Mountain Hideaway

Description of Black Diamond Tracer HelmetFor fast and light, the Tracer is the ultimate in head protection. Built with co-molded expandable foam injected into a polycarbonate shell, it offers excellent structural integrity. Plenty of vents provide good airflow and the top vents are mesh covered to keep debris off your head. Its available in three sizes, each with a one-handed quick-adjust system. The Kids Tracer is sized as an adult small and features younger graphics. CE and UIAA-certified.FeaturesWeight 245gSmall 49-57cm 19.3-22.5in.Medium 56-60cm 22-23.5in.Large 59-63cm 23-25in.

- US Outdoor Store

So light and unobtrucive you'll hardly know you're wearing it, the Black Diamond Tracer Helmet uses a minimalist design sleek aesthetics to keep you looking and feeling cool while providing superb protection from fall impacts.

- Mountain Gear

A low-profile design and weight of only 8.3oz make the Black Diamond Tracer Helmet ideal protection for climbers who don t want to look like construction workers. For a precise fit, this ultralight co-molded EPS foam helmet comes in three sizes and has a one-hand adjustment knob for micro-changes when you need to add a stocking hat. Fourteen vents give the Tracer Helmet excellent air flow, and the top six are covered with a mesh screen to keep them from filling with debris.Closeout

- Second Ascent

Black Diamond Tracer

previously retailed for:
$39.95 - $89.99

The Black Diamond Tracer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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