Petzl Elios Helmet review by SuperTopo.com
06/16/2010

Petzl Elios Climbing Helmet Extensive Review by SuperTopo.com for Rock Climbing and Mountaineering

Online PR News – 16-June-2010 – – MILL VALLEY, CA--SuperTopo.com, one of the most popular climbing web sites in the world, revealed test results of the Petzl Elios helmet for rock climbing and mountaineering. The SuperTopo.com staff rated the Petzl Elios after extensive field testing in Yosemite, Colorado, and Utah. The Camalot C4 also underwent extensive side by side tests with other cams to evaluate key performance metrics such as ease of use, comfor,and ventilation.

According to gear tester Chris McNamara, "This gets our Best Buy award because it scores second highest yet costs $35 less than the top-scoring Meteor III. Get the Elios if you want a durable helmet that is relatively light weight and can do anything. The Elios works great for alpine and big wall climbing, but is also great for free climbing. It is one of the most common helmets you'll see climber's wearing in Yosemite."

About SuperTopo.com: SuperTopo offers the most detailed and exhaustive side-by-side comparison climbing gear review in the industry. Each product is evaluated on a common set of metrics, tested both hands-on and in a lab setting, and then field tested exhaustively on Yosemite's Big Walls, The Alaska Range, Cascades and other serious climbing areas around the world.

SuperTopo.com is the premier destination site for active, influential, and outdoor-oriented rock climbers in the United States. Offering detailed information on the most popular climbing routes in the United States’ most popular climbing areas, SuperTopo.com serves as one of the critical sites to visit when planning an outdoor climbing trip. SuperTopo.com also features the United States most-active climbing discussion forum, by and for experienced outdoor rock climbers. With topics ranging from how-to-aid climb to bolting ethics, route beta, and general fireside chit-chat, the SuperTopo Climber’s Forum is regularly frequented by many of the most well known and famous rock climbers in America.