Here is a climbing helmet that is not only light, but also sits on your head like your own hair! The comfort of use is absolutely top class, the materials are of high quality and the style is a full 5/5.
Light, comfortable. It hardly withstands bumps very well, so you have to be careful when packing etc.
So light not to be noticed even in the head, it fits well in a sloppy beanie in winter weather. Summer is still coming, but it’s well ventilated with a beanie too, so I don’t think warm weather is going to be a problem. I can't say about durability yet, but the surface shell does collect small hits.
Fits on your head better than Vector. It’s pretty light but I guess it won’t last much use.
I use Vaporia in Sport and träd. This does not improve the helmet! I climbed a few years with a slightly cheaper and heavier helmet. It always swayed a little. It also came out of the head, so sometimes when watching the footrests the helmet hit the wall from the head. I also didn’t like the look terribly either. I switched to vapor because I wanted a helmet that sits in the best way possible and of course is light. The helmet sits low on the head, allowing me to stick to the wall and still watch the footrests. The price is fair, but I would still recommend a helmet buyer to check out the lightest helmet that sits on its own head. If you buy a cheaper helmet, then you will definitely sell it at some point because you want a lighter one.
The product exceeded my expectations. Light, and airy. I made it a construction helmet, i.e. I put a visor, and hearing protection. The weight of the previous helmet dropped to 250g and is even comfortable to hold on. If buildings are once forced to wear a helmet, then why couldn’t it be light-fitting, and SAFE.
As a reminder to Kari H and other designers, the standard EN 12492 for this and other similar climbing helmets does not meet the requirements for hard work helmets in any working group.