Giro Fade MIPS Helmet - Women's

Giro Fade MIPS Helmet - Women's
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Fade MIPS Helmet - Women's by Giro
Price subject to change | SKU: GIR00D0

Giro Fade MIPS Helmet - Women's

Offering streamlined protection for adventurous skiing and riding, the Giro Women's Fade MIPS Helmet features In-Mold construction for a lightweight, low-profile fit. Allowing for hours of skiing and riding comfort, Giro's In Form system securely wraps your head with its micro-adjustable dial. This adjustment system gives the Fade MIPS Helmet a truly custom fit, allowing you to focus on the terrain ahead, instead of fixating on an ill-fitting helmet. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, or MIPS, lessens the impact of angled crashes when you're skiing and riding. It does this by placing a low-friction, elastomeric liner onto the EPS impact-absorbing foam. This allows the helmet's liner to rotate independently around your head in the event of an oblique impact, subsequently reducing the rotational forces that lead to serious head trauma on the slopes. The tech doesn't stop there. Giro loaded the Fade MIPS with many of its best features, allowing you to ski and ride in total comfort and convenience. Seamless integration with Giro Goggles eliminates unsightly gaps while Stack Ventilation eliminates annoying goggle condensation on stormy days. Another cool feature, it's fully compatible with Outdoor Tech's speaker systems (sold separately), allowing you to jam out without messing with ear buds or pesky wires.

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