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Giro Range Snow Helmet

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Description: Giro Range Snow Helmet

Giro set the industry standard more than a decade ago with their groundbreaking In Form Fit System, and now they're changing the game once again with The Range Helmet. The revolutionary new helmet design utilizes a 2-piece shell and truly integrated fit system to create an adaptive fit helmet with Conform Fit Technology that literally forms to every rider's head shape by expanding and contracting with the turn of a dial. The Range's durable yet semi-flexible construction wraps around the head to provide the lowest-profile fit they've ever created and unsurpassed custom fit and comfort. Premium performance and functional features like MIPS Technology, Adjustable Venting, an integrated GoPro® camera mount, and Fidlock® Magnetic buckle closure complete this cutting edge design.

Key Features of Giro Range Snow Helmet:
  • MIPS - Multi-Directional Impact
  • Protection System
  • Articulating Hard Shell construction
  • Low-profile design
  • Conform Fit Technology
  • Fit System: In Form 2 Fit System
  • Ventilation: Thermostat Control Adjustable Venting
  • Ventilation: Super Cool Vents
  • Ventilation: Stack Ventilation
  • GoPro compatible camera mount integration
  • Fidlock magnetic buckle closure
  • X-Static anti-bacterial padding
  • Compatible with all aftermarket Giro audio systems
  • Seamless Compatibility with all Giro goggles
  • Compliance: ASTM 2040-11/CE EN1077
  • Sizes: S (52-55.5cm), M (55.5-59cm), L (59-62.5cm)

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Is this a multi-impact helmet?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hello-

Thank you for your question. It is not. The reason for that is there is no multi-impact test for helmets.