Picchu Helmet Girl - Eskala Mountain Sports



    PICCHU Helmet

    Brand: Petzl
    C$ 79.95 Excl. tax In stock: 1-7 days
    Children's climbing and cycling helmet with reinforced protection... Show more
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    Product description

    The PICCHU children's helmet is designed for rock climbing and cycling. It is very light and comfortable and constructed for durability. A sheet of retro-reflective stickers allows the helmet to be personalized while enhancing visibility.


    • Multi-use, multi-standard helmet:
      - climbing (CE EN 12492, UIAA)
      - European cycling (CE EN 1078)
      - United States cycling (CPSC safety standard - cycling helmets for children 5 and older)
    • Durable construction and made for children:
      - specifically sized for children between the ages of 3 and 8 (48-54 cm headband)
      - carries Petzl's TOP AND SIDE PROTECTION product label
      - head-covering design for reinforced protection against lateral, front and rear impact
      - durable ABS shell and expanded polystyrene liner
      - sheet of retro-reflective stickers allows the helmet to be personalized, while enhancing visibility
    • Comfort:
      - side openings for ventilation
      - adjustable chinstrap, nape height and headband for a comfortable fit
      - narrow polyester webbing straps offer improved comfort
      - headlamp can be attached using the four optimally placed clips
      - foam is removable and washable


    • Material(s): ABS shell and expanded polystyrene liner
    • Certification(s): CE EN 12492, UIAA, CE EN 1078, CPSC safety standard
    • one size

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