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Safety is always in style.
You’re a lady who takes your climbing safety seriously, but the last thing you want on your favorite multi-pitch is some ugly oversized men’s helmet sliding down over your eyes. Worry not, the women-specific Armour Lady Helmet is your ticket to safety and style. The Armour Lady has all the same features as the standard Armour except for women-specific sizing and colors, making this the smart and stylish choice of female athletes.
- The Armour’s hybrid construction provides outstanding protection and a sleek look
- A rotating size adjustment wheel ensures the Armour will fit like a glove and quickly adjust to accommodate your beanie
- Comfort chin strap keeps this helmet firmly strapped to your head with minimal irritation
- The Armour is headlight compatible so you can keep the light on when you are forced to descend in the dark
- UIAA 106 and EN 12492 certified
- Item #CMP3280
- Q & A
Sits high on the head
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Even after adjusting it, this helmet sits a little high on the head. I worry about the back of my head just not having enough protection.
I don't do too much outdoor climbing, so I may keep it for now but replace it with a helmet with better coverage.
Joined the Club of save your Brain
I wear a helmet for all the other activities; biking, boating, and skiing but I tend to shy away from wearing a climbing helmet unless doing multipitch due to the fit and weight UNTIL NOW. I'm in love with the Armour; it's light, easy to adjust, fits like a charm, and now lives in my cragging pack.
- - the body of the helmet is is a lighter pink than it looks in the image
Hi, I'm a climbing newbie but put a high priority on safety AlWAYS wearing a helmet when snowboarding & biking. I do have an IMMENSELY huge bucket head!!! I wear a men's XL snowboarding helmet. It seems like all the climbing helmets come only in one size. Do you think it will fit me? Also, I know you should always wear a helmet when climbing outside because dangers of falling rocks. However, do you think I should wear one indoors? Also, a side note I had neurosurgery 1/1215 to remove a golf ball sized tumor I've named Barry removed from my right cerebellum node so I do try to protect my head as much as possible. Advice?
Thanks for posting a great questions, this helmet has a max head circumference of 24 inches.
So I'd say the best thing to do is to measure up your head and that will be a good starting point.
Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!