Perfect for hiking, caving, and sneaking downstairs to make a midnight pancake feast,
Petzl offers the pride 'n' joy of head lamps. Any of the Tikka headlamps will light
the way 30-60 meters in front of you and have a red LED for night vision. The e+Lite
Headlamp and Whistle is a great emergency lightcomes with strobe light and whistle
patterns to properly produce an SOS call. Assuming you didn't learn it in Eagle Scouts,
that is. For more action-friendly headlamps, the Ultra Headlamp is a level up in head support,
as is the helmet-clad Explorer Headlamp.
If you're a mom looking for something to hold your kid back from licking the glass of the
stores at the mall, these are not the harnesses for you. Sorry, but these are the real deal.
Petzl has a number of full-body and bottom harness styles available, all super lightweight
and compactable, with some killer specs, such as adjustable leg loopsTPU resistance abrasion,
superduper-strength Dyneema attachment points, Caritool equipment holders, and many other
crazy-cool features giving you the ability to climb any rock or iceberg in any kind of weather.
Eons ago, the helmet gods created three sons to protect mortals from head injuries during their
outdoor adventures. Elios, known for its comfort and breathability, has a dial adjustment system
should you need to tighten things up mid-climb. Altios allows you to attach to it any Petzl
headlamp and is pimped out with a hybrid suspension system, making it virtually weightless.
Spelios provides a scratch and impact resistance and a built-in halogen lamp. However, their
arch enemy, the award-winning Meteor III, reigns as the lightest, most ventilated and just
overall awesomest helmet in the biz.
Whether you're wanting to attach your yummy-flavored chapstick to your belt loop
(it's OK, we all do it sometimes) or scale the eroded walls of the Grand Canyon, you
have your pick of carabiners by Petzl–all of different sizes, shapes, and closure
methods–that will fulfill whatever your climbing needs, with the OK Screw-Lock
Carabiner being among the brightest and best. To make your adventure complete,
we got you covered with an assortment of belay and ascend devices, rigging
plates to anchor and organize your pulley and hauling systems, as well as
gloves and picks.