Giro Savant MIPS Helmet

Giro Savant MIPS Helmet
Giro Savant MIPS Helmet
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Savant MIPS Helmet by Giro
There is no guarantee you'll never crash. But wearing a helmet designed with the utmost attention to detail is a way to fight back against impacts. And speaking of fighting, the Giro Savant was developed using head impact studies from boxing to inform its design. A collaboration between Giro and MIPS, the Savant is designed to work with your body's natural defense system. The protective layers of your head are able to move laterally to absorb and diffuse impact. In a similar manner, the shell of the Savant doesn't just absorb impact energy, it is able to slide and redirect the force across a larger area. It works much like the sliding action of tectonic plates. The Savant uses Giro's In-mold construction, which fuses a layer of polycarbonate to the EPS foam body, keeping the helmet light on your head. Twenty-five vents and internal air channels allow airflow throughout the helmet to keep your head cool. To secure the Savant to your head, Giro uses the Roc Loc 5 with a ratcheting dial and both fore and aft adjustability

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SKU: GIR007G
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