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Climbing helmet

Climbing helmet

Being aware of the dangers of climbing is part of the sport and becomes an essential issue if you want to be well protected. Head injuries, although uncommon, can be catastrophic.

Traumatism is one of the many wounds that a climber can suffer (not to mention skull fractures). The awareness of these injuries and their long-term consequences is causing more and more climbers to worry about their safety and the state of their protection material.

The most common climbing accidents that cause head injuries are due to loosening of the rock itself, although it can also be a bad fall: Carrying hull becomes a fundamental thing to practice a sport such as climbing.


To meet the basic needs of climbing helmets, these must have; In the first place, a Nylon harness with two wheels that allow a good fit to our head. It is also important that they consist of a ventilation system. This will be appreciated when we are in full swing and / or climbing when it's hot.

Another feature to take into account is the homologation number. In the climbing helmets, the number is 12492 and must be written in the inner part of it.

Take into account the use you are going to give; If you plan on using the helmet along with a front, look at a model that is compatible. Some models have a plastic flap where the front lamp tape can be fitted.

Do not expect to have a scare to do it; Write your blood group on your climbing helmet. In case of an accident this will be of great help to the emergency services that are in your charge.



These types of helmets include a foam (made of expanded polystyrene) that is protected by a polycarbonate casing, a plastic that protects the foam from erosion. This type of helmets has the advantage that they are usually lighter. However, over time, the foam and the shell finish off.

In case of an impact, the energy is absorbed by plastic deformation. That is, the casing is permanently deformed.


They are usually made of ABS, a very hard and resistant plastic. They are a little heavier than the other type but they last longer.

When an impact occurs, energy is absorbed by elastic deformation. That is, the casing is deformed and usually returns to its original form.


The normal lifespan for a climbing helmet is 5 years. But like almost everything, it depends on the conditions in which it has been stored and the use it has had.

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