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Vendor Grivel

Stealth Climbing Helmet

Regular price $179.95
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Yes the Grivel Stealth climbing helmet looks a little crazy. But you will be crazy impressed with how light and comfortable it is! In fact, you'll feel like you're wearing nothing at all. Quite stealth like...

Weighing in at 190 grams, the Grivel Stealth helmet still features a polycarbonate shell which makes it incredibly durable for its weight. The strap harness system suspends the helmet on your head without anything digging in and locks it on firm so it doesn't move around. Fits almost every head size from 54 to 62cm and can accomodate a pony tale or other headwear. 

Once you put this thing on, you'll forget you're wearing it. Which is why it is so awesome. Come time though for a rock to hit you in the head and you'll be forever thankful the Grivel Stealth Helmet was hiding on your head. 


What Grivel has to say - 

Hyper-light and hyper-ventilated The polycarbonate shell is co-moulded on a layer of expanded injected foam that absorbs the impact, with an unbelievable weight of 190 grams! The design provides the best airflow ever made.
One size (54-62) that can be regulated to fit once the helmet is on. The adjustment system tucks into the helmet for compact storage in your pack or haul bag.
Headlamp clips

Weight: 190 grams
Size: 54 - 62cm
Materials: Polystyrene foam,  polycarbonate 



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  • Lifespan? How long till retirement? I get big knock bye bye, but 5 or 10 years

    Hi Bazza, 

    Big thanks for the question and yes it is almost exactly what you thought. The official work from Grivel is that undamaged they recommend 10 years for normal recreational use and 3 years for intense or professional use. Basically UV damage and other factors like sweat and sunscreen will start to weaken materials over a long time so if you're using it only on saturday as a recreational climber then you are looking at closer to 10 years. If you're lucky to climb a lot, go on big trips or guide, then bring it down to 5 or 3. And like you say, after a big knock and especially if you can see damage to the foam, it should be replaced. 

    I hope that helps but if I can help at all further please don't hesitate to get in touch at

    Matt Eaton