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Popular with search-and-rescue crews for its rugged design and 250-lumen LED, the Black Diamond Storm is one of the best headlamps you can have when the weather turns. The housing is completely sealed from both dust and water, with a secure latch closure for extra protection while hiking, climbing, biking, skiing, and more. The PowerTap technology allows for quick transitions between the full-strength and dimmed settings, and the two night-vision modes activate without cycling through the white mode—so you won’t have to worry about waking your neighbor. The red LED comes in handy for campers and photographers looking for nearby illumination that won’t affect distant vision, while the green LED has a longer run time and is often used by hunters.