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On Sale. Free Shipping. Camp USA Pulse Helmet FEATURES of the Camp USA Pulse Helmet In-mold construction Rotating size adjustment wheel Comfort chin strap Goggle and headlamp compatible EN 12492 / EN 1077 ski certified (when used with Winter Kit) Construction: In-Mold Shell Material: Polycarbonate SPECIFICATIONS for Small Weight: 10.1 oz / 285 g Length: 20.5-22.4in. / 52-57 cm SPECIFICATIONS for Large Weight: 12.5 oz / 355 g Length: 22.8-24.4in. / 58-62 cm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
The Pulse Helmet from C.A.M.P. is the ultimate ski mountaineering helmet and one of the few helmets certified for both climbing and skiing. Featuring 13 vents when opened up, the Pulse offers exceptional ventilation when playing hard. The three front vents open and close from the outside by sliding a handle and the top vent can be opened by removing a plug. The optional Winter Kit includes plugs for the side and rear vents and warm ear flaps for cold alpine days. The Pulse is also designed to work well with both goggles and headlamps.
The ultimate mid height technical climbing/approach shoe for the mountains. Mid-height upper protects the ankles and provides excellent stability on long approaches. Anatomically sculpted PU Lite midsole provides great cushioning and long lasting support. Slip lasted in the forefoot and board lasted in the back for the ultimate blend of mountain boot and climbing shoe construction. Roomier fit in the toe-box then the Ganda for better comfort on longer hikes. Specs: WEIGHT: 20.18 oz/572 g LAST: Approach Tech CONSTRUCTION: Slip Lasted (forefoot) Board Lasted (back half) UPPER: White Wash Leather/VibramA(R) rubber rands/Synthetic Leather LINING: Mesh (heel only) MIDSOLE: PU Lite SOLE: VibramA(R) Idro-Frip V-Smear(TM) Imapct Break System(TM)
CAMP created the Pulse Ski and Climbing Helmet for serious ski trips that involve technical pitches on the ascent followed by steep, must-not-fall runs. Rated as both a ski and a climbing helmet, the Pulse gets the job done for several pitches of steep ice as well as a tight couloir descent.