Wild Country Alpine Shield


Dimensions 53 cm - 61 cm / 21 in - 24 in
Weight 260 g / 9.12 oz (without shield), 420 g / 14.81 oz (with shield)

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Wild Country's Alpine Shield page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In the alpine, razor-sharp ice shards can rain down on your head at any moment--be ready with the Wild Country Alpine Shield Climbing Helmet. On a fair-weather climb, the light EPS helmet is cool and comfortable, and when you reach higher into more dangerous terrain, the Alpine Shield cover screws onto the helmet and adds a tough layer that ice and rock-fall won't penetrate.

- Backcountry.com

Get the exact level of protection you need with Wild Country's Alpine Shield Helmet that can be customized to basic summer climbing or higher-risk alpine endeavors by adding a tough Alpine shell to the regular in-mold poly and EPS shell. Adjustable EVA cushioning and fit system with a quick-release chin strap provide comfort.

- Mountain Gear

Free Shipping. Wild Country Alpine Shield Helmet DECENT FEATURES of the Wild Country Alpine Shield Helmet Lightweight best in class EPS/Polycarb helmet Exclusive 'Alpine Shield' polycarb cover - enhanced stonefall protection - with simple 'coin-slot' changeover Quik-Clik glove friendly adjustable sizing Adjustable EVA cushioned, head hugging inner pads Nexus Acetal quick release chin strap buckle Smooth 16mm nylon chin strap 4 Torch grips (acetal - better in low temps) Hood friendly sizing for winter wear 3 Stylish color choices Emergency inner sticker Free storage bag Free Screw adjustment tool The SPECS Size: 53 cm - 61 cm / 21 in - 24 in Weight: 260 grams / 9.12 oz, Without Shield: 420 grams / 14.81 oz with Shield CE EN 12492 / UIAA 106 / 3 Sigma rated ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

Wild Country Alpine Shield

previously retailed for:
$54.98 - $99.95

The Wild Country Alpine Shield is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 7, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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