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With the MIPS rotational system, flexible vinyl nitrile padding and ample vents, the Giro Disciple MIPS bike helmet offers exceptional protection and comfort for downhill, freeride and enduro riders.

  • Features

    • Fiberglass shell with plush interior padding and vented brow ports keep you comfortable and focused on the trail ahead during challenging rides
    • Rotational motion can cause brain injuries; with MIPS, a low-friction layer slides 10 to 15 mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
    • Soft, flexible vinyl nitrile padding at the jawline adds exceptional impact management in a critical area; padding can rebound to absorb more than 1 impact
    • Integrated, breakaway POV camera mount (camera not included) is stealthy, secure and easy to operate, so you can quickly deploy your POV camera to film your ride
    • Built-in speaker pockets (speakers not included) let you dial in the soundtrack for your ride
    • 14 vents allow excellent airflow
    • Includes a tool-free bolt-on visor
    • Complies with the U.S. CPSC safety standard for bicycle helmets for persons age 5 or older; CE EN 1078

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    To find your size, position a tape measure just above your ears and about 1 in. above your eyebrows. Keep the tape level to measure the circumference around the largest part of your head and then find the corresponding size in the Technical specs info.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking

    Helmet Style

    Full-face

    Helmet Construction

    Hybrid

    Shell Material

    Fiberglass

    Head Circumference

    S: 20-21.7 inches

    M: 21.7-23.2 inches

    L: 23.2-24.8 inches

    Vents

    14

    Visor/Brim

    Yes

    Weight

    2 lbs. 14 oz.

    Gender

    Unisex

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