Giro Range MIPS Helmet

Giro Range MIPS Helmet
$249.95
Range MIPS Helmet by Giro
Price subject to change | SKU: GIR00CV

Giro Range MIPS Helmet

Precisely wrapping your head with its two-piece articulating shell, the Giro Range MIPS Helmet is the lowest profile helmet ever created by Giro. Conform Fit technology goes beyond other helmet's adjustable liners with its semi-flexible hardshell, controlled via an adjustable dial. Ultimately, this innovative design results in a streamlined fit without the bulky, bobble-head feel of traditional helmets. The Range MIPS seamlessly integrates with Giro Goggles, courtesy of its subtle brim that eliminates unsightly gaps. Looking beyond the superb fit of the helmet, MIPS technology protects your head from damaging rotational impacts. Standing for Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, MIPS helmets feature an elastomeric attachment system along the Low Friction Liner, which creates a slip plane in the event of an angled impact. This slip plane mimics the brain's natural protection of cerebrospinal fluid, allowing the foam liner to rotate independently around your head, subsequently reducing rotational forces to the brain. Adjusting airflow with the flick of a sliding button, Thermostat Control gives you customized ventilation for warm spring days and blustery snowstorms alike. The Stack Vent sits over the top of your goggles, preventing condensation build-up during sweaty uphill slogs and socked-in storm days. Giro integrated a GoPro mount along the upper brim for a better point of view, also eliminating the need for a stick-on mount. Other key features include X-Static fibers along the liner for lasting freshness, a Fidlock magnetic buckle for use with gloves, and audio-compatible ear pads with Outdoor Tech speakers (not included).

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