Petzl Vizion

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Indispensable for ice climbing, the Vizion is a sturdy polycarbonate face shield that offers effective protection against fragments of ice or snow. The ergonomic design and adjustability provide optimal protection and field of vision for every situation. The Vizion can be adjusted to any of four positions: closed for maximum face protection sunshade position for protection from sun or dripping water raised position for maximum field of vision folded position for compact storage Anti-abrasion finish on the outside and anti-fog finish inside Simple mounting instructions for the ELIOS helmet included Weight: 60 g.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Petzl Vizion (Fall 2007) The Vizion by Petzl is the face shield for METEOR III and ELIOS helmets, its like having your own personal windscreen. Helps protect face from shattered ice and spindrift when ice and gully climbing. Specifications: Weight: 60 g Features: Anti-scratch coating on outside. Anti-fog coating on inside. Three positions: lowered, visor or raised. Face shield storage position for low bulk. Fits easily on Meteor III and Elios helmets, with common tools.

- Moosejaw

Install this shield on your climbing helmet to protect your eyes from flying ice shards and route-cleaning debris. Specifically designed for the Petzl Elios and Meteor III helmets, but can be easily adapted to fit any rigid helmet. Ergonomic shape with four-position adjustability. Treated with an abrasion-resistant coating on the outside and an anti-fog coating on the inside. Please Note: Petzl products can only be shipped to US addresses.


Petzl Vizion


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