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Giro Revolver Snowboard Helmet

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Description: Giro Revolver Snowboard Helmet

The Giro Revolver Snowboard Helmet is an ideal snowboarding helmet, with features like built in space for your goggles, and a hard durable shell. The goggle channel even has a vent system which helps keep your goggles fog free when your snowboarding. And with the protection of a strong helmet, you usually have to give up some of the style. Thankfully with the Giro Revolver Snowboard Helmet, you won''t need to. Its grey, simplistic design is cool and stylish.

Key Features of the Giro Revolver Snowboard Helmet:
  • 3 Fit Kit sizes
  • Compatible with all after market TuneUps systems except Wireless
  • Hardshell construction
  • Interior subliner
  • Interior goggle channel
  • 6 Super Cool vents with mesh covers
  • Stack Vent
  • CE EN1077

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  • "Good helmet"

    , jackson, NJ
    Pros: Great fit, Comfortable, Good audio Cons:

    Feels great (if you get the right size). When you take a tumble and hit your head your not gonna feel like u just have a bowl on. Good audio doesnt muffle much. Overall glad I spent the dough you will be too.

  • "good helmet"

    , KY
    Pros: looks cool, protects your head, Cons: not enough vents,

    this is a good helmet. it does what a helmet is supposed to do which is to protect your head. it could use a few more vents though for those spring runs. other than that it was a great helmet

  • "Love my helmet"

    , SAN DIEGO, CA
    Pros: fits well, vents, easy to adjust Cons: None,

    I had some issues finding a helmet to fit my head, seems that my head was either too big for a small or swimming in a medium. This one was a perfect fit, it doesn't fall over my eyes, and has a removable pad for ventilation during spring riding.

  • "Great Helmet "

    , west linn, OR
    Pros: Comfy, Can attach speakers, Cons:

    I bought this helmet about two weeks ago, and i really enjoy it so far. Its very comfy, and has already saved my head a couple of times off of jumps. I really like the lip it has on the front because it keeps the snow out of top of my goggles.

  • "good helmet"

    , Allston, MA
    Pros: different, safe, warm, Cons: too big, won't fit any goggles,

    great looking helmet, they also sell audio pads for this helmet. looks weird when you have goggles on.

  • "safety first!"

    , PLEASANT HILL, CA
    Pros: warm, safe, Cons:

    The only problem with this is that it doesn't really look or fit well with my Anon Hawkeye goggles but it did look and fit well with my old smiths. Get this helmet!

  • "awesome helmet"

    , Flemington, NJ
    Pros: comfortable, padding removes for goggle strap to go inside, headphone inserts Cons:

    got this helmet last year at a demo day and it definitely saved me from a knockout head shot. the helmet is comfortable and has great inserts for speakers for great sound and has a removable pad for your goggle strap to fit inside helmet.

  • "feels good"

    , Quakertown, PA
    Pros: fits good, removable padding, spot for speakers in ear pieces Cons:

    Bought this last year and it was very comfortable. I bought the skull candy heads phones that fit in the ear piece for $20 and work good. also it has pretty good ventilation for spring skiing if you take the pads out.

  • "Giro revolver"

    , YORKTOWN, VA
    Pros: Great fitting , many adjustments , Cons: none so far,

    I got this helmet at a good price and it has worked great as I've put about 40 days on mine and it still has no problems. I like how it has many different foam inserts to get a snug fit whether you are wearing a balclava or beanie or nothing under it on warmer spring days. Just the right amount of brim .Solid purchase , I recommend this. Find it on sale like I did!

  • "Customizable Fit Nazi Killer"

    , Lees Summit, MO
    Pros: Low Price Point, Great Goggle/Helmet Interfacing, Removable Padding Cons:

    I bought this helmet at the beginning of the '10 season and it's done it's job on more than one occasion this past season. The brim takes fashion from an older military helmet with I find amusing considering my friends call me the Nazi Killer in it- whatever! ha! In all actuality the brim interfaces well with all my googles (Smith Knowledge/Phenom's, Dragon Rogue's) except with POC Iris's. This best feature I found with this helmet is the removable and interchangeable foam padding, it allowed me to customize the fit and allowed me to downsize by removing the foam and wear a beanie instead. The Smith Holt has the same ability but coarse velcro is attached to the helmet instead of the removable padding so your beanie gets entangled every time you take it off.

  • "Great Helmet"

    , FORT MILL, SC
    Pros: Light weight, Adjustable, Cons: More vents would be a plus,

    I got this helmet for my birthday a few months back and have been riding with it ever since. It fits well, is light weight, and keeps your head warm. I haven't fallen on my head yet, so I can't give a crash test rating. But it does feel sturdy and gives me confidence to do stupid things without fear of breaking my skull.

  • "Best Helmet For Price"

    , LANDING, NJ
    Pros: Sick Design, Headphones fit under helmet, Very Reliable and Durable Cons: Helmet fits bigger,

    I got this helmet as a gift and it was worth it. It is probably one of the more cheaper helmets out there and it is completely underpriced. The quality and durability of this helmet is worth way more than its price. The design on my helmet which is not shown here is sick. It is probably one of the top helmets out there. It has extra padding for the inside.

  • "Nice!"

    , SUNNYVALE, CA
    Pros: Pretty comfy, cool looking, good for stickers, Cons: the padding on the chinstrap can get uncomfortable, Ears can get cold,

    This is a nice helmet, and relatively cheap. There is removable padding so you could use it as a skate helmet if you wanted. Its pretty comfortable, but you might want to bring some other warmth like a beanie for your head on cold days. My von zipper goggles fit okay on these, i should have tried it before I bought the helmet. Saved me from a concussion.

  • "Giro Revolver"

    , COLDEN, NY
    Pros: Useful inserts, Great quality, Sleek & clean design Cons: Limited vents,

    I really love this helmet. I have used it around 20 times and have not experienced any major scratches or crackes. The design is great; I like the brim. The ear bud pockets are very convenient and do not block the sound at all really. They are a bit useless to me however because most of the time I took them so that I could wear my goggles inside of my helmet. The foam inserts that come with this helmet would be very useful on certain occasions but I have never actually used them. I highly recommend the Giro Revolver!

  • "Great helmet. Great Audio"

    , Denver, CO
    Pros: Matte Black, Clean look (not covered in vents), You can hear through the audio pads Cons: A bit bulky, Not a lot of vents for warm days,

    This is a great, affordable helmet. Love the brim, and the matte black. I bought the audio inserts from SkullCandy and love em! Some other audio helmets that I have tried (from K2 for example) muffle the sound like you had a pair of studio cans on, and you can't hear anything around you, even without any music paying... Which doesn't feel very safe to me, not to mention making your friends shout so you can hear them on the lift. With the audio on this helmet, if you keep the audio low, you can listen to music and have a natural conversation, and with the external controls you can crank it up on your way down without having to take off your gloves or unzip.

  • "Great Helmet"

    , Stonington, CT
    Pros: Very Comfortable, Keeps Head Warm, Good Audio Cons: Bulky, Not Enough Vents,

    This is a great helmet i just got it a few weeks ago and it is comfortable and keeps my head warm on those really cold days. It also has a thing on the chin strap to make it more comfortable. Also when i bought the audio inserts they worked great the audio was clear but it wasn't noise cancelling so i could here things around me. Also i like the brim on the front it helps keep the googles from fogging. The only things that i dislike are that on a warmer day there aren't enough vents and sometimes it gets to warm and also its a little bulky but other then that its a great helmet i would recomend it.

  • "Keeps your noggin safe"

    , newcastle, WA
    Pros: Changeable foam pieces, comfort, Cons: vents,

    Helmet has changeable liner in 3 sizes to get a better fit. Comes with chin strap that has a soft cover piece. Comes with vent on top to channel airflow to prevent fogging of goggles. Wish is had more vents, just a few. Style does make my head look big, but I rather be safe than sorry. I have no problems wearing this all day long on the mountain. Comes with strap holder on outside, or you can wear your goggles on the inside of the helmet. You can also remove the ear covers (which fits headphones) if you don't want ear coverage.

  • "2011 Revolver"

    , Woodslee, ON
    Pros: Warm lining, Protects head, Audio compatable Cons: Big,

    I bought this hoping to get a low profile but still functional helmet. While the functionality is fine, I wouldnt call it low profile. My goggles fit over it as does my hood, but it is still noticeably large. But when all is said and done it serves its main purpose

  • "The Best Helmet"

    , Pasadena, SA
    Pros: Light, Comfortable, Sexy Cons:

    At first I didn't want a helmet, but various people convinced me to get one. - for warmth, comfort and convenience. despite this I am still very fussy to what helmet I like. This helmet convinced me otherwise. It has a subtle visor to keep the pow off the top of my goggles, its very light, and fits so well, its like im not wearing a helmet at all. I got a limited edition with skullcandy one, which has a sic graphic, and the audio is soo good also.

  • "Pull the trigger on the Revolver"

    , New York, NY
    Pros: Clean Look, Low Profile, Light Cons: None,

    My brother in law rocks this helmet and he loves it. I have tried it out and it is the lightest, least noticeable helmet I have experienced yet. No gaps with my goggles, great profile, and a nice clean matter look. I'm probably going to pick one up at the end of the season. Get it!


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