If you plan to go big in the park or the pipe, you'll need some safety for your head. Giro has you covered with the Disciple S MIPS and it's engineered to provide you with lightweight protection giving you the confidence to stick your tricks. The full-face design offers remarkable coverage and It fits really well, letting you focus on your lines. Another great feature is the MIPS technology. While all Giro helmets are designed to reduce as much energy as possible, meeting and often exceeding stringent safety standards, MIPS-equipped helmets also reduce rotational forces. Many experts agree that this technology can reduce the amount of rotational force that may be transferred to rider's brain in certain impacts. If trouble does strike, the pads are removable in case of an emergency. Vinyl nitrile padding in the chinbar contributes to impact management in this critical ara. This is a soft and flexible material and unlike expanded polystyrene (EPS) foams which have diminished performance from successive impacts, VN can rebound to consistently absorb impact energy over more than a single impact. A breakaway P. O. V. camera mount is present to capture the footy so you and the rest of the world can relive the thrill of victory or agony of defeat. The tool-free bolt-on visor helps your vision on those blue-bird days on the mountain.
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