Giro Crue MIPS Helmet - Kids'

Giro Crue MIPS Helmet - Kids'
Giro Crue MIPS Helmet - Kids'
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Crue MIPS Helmet - Kids' by Giro
The Giro Kids' Crue MIPS Helmet protects up-and-coming rippers from nasty spills on the mountain with its hardshell construction paired with MIPS technology. Upgraded over traditional helmets, MIPS uses an elastomeric liner that mimics a slip plane, allowing the helmet to independently rotate around your child's head for reduced trauma in a crash. This technology is especially important, as most crashes don't happen straight-on, instead occurring at an oblique angle. Not only is the Crue highly protective, but just as important for picky kids, it sports a stylish look and low-profile fit on the mountain. This means they'll actually want to wear it, instead of ditching it at home or leaving it in the car. Removable ear pads seal in extra warmth, also accommodating aftermarket audio from Outdoor Tech for jamming on the mountain. The Auto Loc 2 fit system provides a fine-tuned fit, so it's not sliding around at high speeds. Other key features include a removable goggle clip, Super Cool Vents, and seamless compatibility with Giro Kids' Goggles.

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SKU: GIR00D5
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