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Edelrid - Zodiac Climbing Helmet

Edelrid Zodiac Climbing Helmet

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$44.96 Original price:$59.95
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    Tech Specs

    Shell Material:
    Impact Foam:
    Fit Adjustment:
    EN 12492, UIAA
    Claimed Weight:
    12.7 oz
    Recommended Use:
    Manufacturer Warranty:

    Zodiac Climbing Helmet

    The climber's reigning terror of rock-fall, also known as choss, is a lot less scary when you have Edelrid's Zodiac Climbing Helmet overhead. This impact-resistant shell bounces pebbles and debris off your dome so you can stay in the game, and the internal expanded foam attenuates shock when you bonk your head. Wing Fit and rear adjustment systems ensure a secure fit, and there are large vents for much-needed airflow in warm temperatures. The Zodiac also features an adjustable chin straps, four clips for a headlamp, and spare padding for a fine-tuned fit.

    • Impact-resistant injection-molded ABS shell
    • Expanded foam interior for shock absorption
    • Wing Fit and rear adjustment systems
    • Large vents
    • Adjustable chin strap
    • Headlamp clips
    • Spare padding included

    Great for big heads!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I've got a giant, bald head that needed a helmet that wasn't going to make a popping sound every time it came off or assistance shoving it on like all my other helmets seemed to need. I climb in the ADKs and the Gunks so this helmet has had a rain covers, hats, handkerchiefs, and bug nets under it at various times and was always comfortable.

    It's easy to adjust and doesn't wobble around. You can fit two sandwiches or a chalk bag in it when you're setting up your pack for long approaches. And even in hot, 90+ degree weather, it wasn't terrible. Five stars for this bucket!

    So far, so good

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I just started climbing outdoors this year & knew I would need a helmet. The fit is great and can be adjusted to wear a hat underneath if needed. It feels snug on my head and doesn't shift around if I'm looking up/down. Overall, I'm happy with it.

    That's what we like to hear! Great review. Thank you Jessica. :)

    Love this helmet.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Finally needed to upgrade from my BD half dome helmet. I liked that old one, but it would always slid back on my head when I was looking up.

    This helmet stays in place and fits really comfortably, and has enough room to wear a visor or hat underneath. All around my favorite climbing helmet I've tried with a pretty decent price point.

    Love this helmet.


     One Size
    Head Circumference

    20.5 - 24.4in

    (56 - 62cm)

    Head Circumference

    19.7 - 22.8in

    (50 - 58cm)

    20.4 - 24.4in

    (52 - 62cm)

    Shield II, Shield Lite
    Head Circumference

    18.9 - 22in

    (48 - 56cm)

    20.4 - 24.4in

    (52 - 62cm)

     One Size
    Head Circumference

    21.2 - 23.6in

    (54 - 60cm)

     One Size
    Head Circumference

    21.2 - 24.4in

    (54 - 62cm)

    Kids' Shield
     One Size
    Head Circumference

    18.9 - 22in

    (48 - 56cm)

    How to Measure:
    Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.