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Petzl Vizion Face Shield


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    Protect your eyes during the worst circumstances.

    Whether you're in a snowstorm with gigantic flakes or your partner is dropping icicles on you while you belay, the Petzl Vizion Face Shield will ensure your pretty face doesn't get torn up. With three tilt positions, this guard can be set in a visor position, lowered to cover your face, or raised out of the way completely if there is no need. No matter where the shattered ice or spindrift is coming from, this shield will make sure your face remains a moneymaker.

    • Polycarbonate has anti-scratch coating on the outside and anti-fog coating on the inside so it remains as clear as the day you bought it
    • Compatible with Petzl's Meteor 3, Elios, and Sirocco helmets
    • Three tilt positions ensure you're protected from anything above or in front of you, or it folds flat against the helmet when unneeded
    • Item #PTZ0377

    Tech Specs

    Petzl Meteor 3, Petzl Elios, Petzl Sirocco
    Recommended Use
    ice climbing
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 year

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    Ice Changer

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This thing is the best piece of ice gear I've purchased. I used to wear sunglasses, or shooting glasses with clear glasses, and I'd still catch ice and tools.

    This is easy to use, doesn't fog, you forget you're wearing it, and it *works*. I had a tool pop while drytooling, hit me right in the face, and I didn't really feel anything thanks to the visor.

    Get it now and thank me later.

    Ice Changer
    Unanswered Question

    Would this work for canyoneering for keeping water out of your eyes when you're rappelling under a waterfall? Would it be sturdy enough to repel moderate flow?