Wild Country 360 Helmet


Size 1 Size 2
Dimensions 48 cm - 56 cm / 18.5 in - 22 in 53 cm - 61 cm / 21 in - 24 in
Weight 350 g / 12.35 oz 360 g / 12.7 oz

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wild Country's 360 Helmet page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

True to its name, the Wild Country 360 Helmet provides all-around protection for your most valuable piece of climbing gear. This multi-season workhorse boasts Wild Country's Extended EPS system for more protective molding down around your head. Ample venting and a Quik-Dial fit adjustment system help keep you comfortable even during a strenuous summit push, and despite being immensely protective this brain can won't add unnecessary extra weight to your gravity-conscious gear set.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Wild Country 360 Helmet (Fall 2010) DECENT FEATURES of the Wild Country 360 Helmet Lightweight best in class Polycarb/EPS helmet with Extended EPS protection Quik-Dial glove friendly adjustable sizing Adjustable EVA cushioned head-hugging inner pads Nexus Acetal (better in low temps) quick release chin strap buckle Smooth 16mm nylon chin strap Four easy fit Acetal torch grips Hood friendly sizing for winter wear 4 Stylish color choices Emergency inner sticker Storage bag The SPECS CE / UIAA 106 / 3 Sigma rated The SPECS for Size 1 Size: 48 cm - 56 cm / 18.5 in - 22 in Weight: 350 gms / 12.35 oz The SPECS for Size 2 Size: 53 cm - 61 cm / 21 in - 24 in Weight: 360 gms / 12.7 oz ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Wild Country 360 Helmet

previously retailed for:
$45.46 - $59.95

The Wild Country 360 Helmet is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 27, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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