Giro Neo MIPS Helmet

Giro Neo MIPS Helmet
Giro Neo MIPS Helmet
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Neo MIPS Helmet by Giro
The newest addition to Giro's lineup, the Neo MIPS, brings in extra protection with unique styling that stands out in a sea of solid-colored helmets. Its built with protection in mind, so it can take the brunt of impacts to shield your noggin from mishaps.

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SKU: GIR00M7
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