Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Pulse
Manufacturer CAMP
Page By OJ Loenneker
Page Type Oct 31, 2009 / Oct 31, 2009
Object ID 6556
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Product Description

CAMP created the Pulse Ski and Climbing Helmet for serious ski trips that involve technical pitches on the ascent followed by steep, must-not-fall runs. Rated as both a ski and a climbing helmet, the Pulse gets the job done for several pitches of steep water ice as well as a tight couloir descent. Ski mountaineers no longer have to pick between a helmet for going up or one for going down thanks to CAMP.


Add vent plugs and insulated earflaps with the Pulse Winter Kit (not included).




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OJ Loenneker - Nov 18, 2009 12:40 am - Voted 5/5

there is a ski helmet on the market that has headlamp clips!

Without the winter kit, it is a little hot for summer climbing, but it is right at home in winter especially for ski mountaineering activities.

OJ Loenneker - Dec 6, 2011 3:02 am - Voted 5/5

OK, well...
I have used this helmet for two years now, and well. It kind of sucks. The winter kit ear flaps have the worst attachment system known to man. The damn things fall off if you look at them wrong. It's really weak velcro like substance that really does not grip very well.

The adjustment for head size sucks too. It loosens up on it own for unknown reasons. I dunno If I am just hard on stuff, but I would think for a $100 helmet it should have better features that hold up better.

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