Bern has a custom-integrated light that provides up to 10 hours of visibility and is water resistant. The protection of the MIPs. The Hudson MIPS is certified to NTA8776 safety standards and has a low-friction layer. There is a universal lock. U-lock is compatible with the vents at the back of the helmet, which are reinforced for extra security. Light weight and strength are available. The lightweight, in-mold construction weighs less than a pound, and 13 strategically placed vents provide optimal airflow. Simply twist the dial on the back of the helmet for a snug, secure fit.
👤I recently commuted on a scooter to work and wanted a helmet that looked adult. This is in line with both criteria. The red light has a strobe and flash mode, and is bright. It is also portable and can be charged through micro-usb. There is a The helmet has an impact system. Good to know that if I fall, I will be able to keep up with what I know. The thin plastic lining in the helmet that shifts on impact allows the helmet to absorb more force than a traditional helmet. The impact energy can be transferred into your brain, which is not good. Very important. I was surprised that the visor kept the sun out of my eyes during my morning commute. The visor is positioned to keep my eyes out of the sun, because the helmet sits above my eyebrows. The visor is also replaceable and they have a separate strap that you can use to soak up sweat. There is a The helmet has a friendly harness system with a twist knob. You need to get the correct helmet size to get the perfect fit, but you can tighten the knob to get it. No fiddling with a bunch of straps and trying to get it right. You will feel the occipital knob on the back of your head and know it is where you want it to be. There is a It's well worth the money for an easy to use and very safe helmet with many great safety features.
👤I have had this helmet for a year and have not had a complaint. It looks good, easy to fit, and I liked the visor and light. I know for a fact that the helmet did the job when I took a spill. When I rode through the park, I came off the edge of the pavement, and the drop off was deeper than I anticipated, and I lost control and wrecked. They say "everything happened so fast" but I remember hitting my helmet hard on the pavement and hearing the helmet hit the pavement. I had a lot of injuries on my arm and leg. I'm pretty sure that things would have been worse without the helmet. I will buy this helmet again.
👤The light on the back should be changed so that it doesn't fall off every 10 seconds. I couldn't find it again after the last time it fell off. I just bought a Thousand "Chapter MIPS helmet" that was $30 cheaper, yet better quality, and no issues with the backlight, because there is a stupid looking opening in the back. I don't like that I bought this.
Market-leading performance and protection. Giro has a helmet test lab. The MIPS Brain Protection System is integrated with the Roc Loc Sport Fit System for an added measure of protection in certain impacts. Universal fit structuring: Straight out of the box, get the right fit. There are 18 vents. Light weight and resilience are important. Excess weight is eliminated and the tough outer shell is permanently fused to the interior liner.
👤The visor is not replaceable even though it is designed to snap on and off easily. This is my first experience with giro and it has left a bad taste in my mouth. Good companies typically can replace all of the parts on their products. From now on, I will probably avoid giro.
👤I bought a Giro helmet for my kid less than six months ago and it is going into the trash because of a cheap component that broke during adjustment. The knob came loose when it was turned to tighten. There was no sound of something breaking. I thought it might have been disconnected from something, but it's broken. How can a child be protected if it snaps? I expected this helmet to last several years until I outgrew it, so steer clear of it.
👤My daughter outgrew her little kid helmet so I ordered this helmet. The purple color has a black GIRO logo on it. We tried it on and it fit. She took off. She pointed out that it was supposed to be pink. She's sad about it, but the product seems to function well, so we've kept it, even though she's already worn it several times. It makes me wonder if this is the correct product I paid for and not a fake or a previous model. Someone would love to explain to us why we got the wrong helmet.
👤The helmet is perfect for active kids. My 4 year old daughter was upgraded from the Scamp when she got her first bike. She wore the scamp well on her balance bikes. It fits like a mountain bike helmet, with full coverage around the base of her head. The base of the head is not covered by normal helmets. The size is correct. There is a The bright green color of the visor makes it easier to see cars and it keeps the sun off her eyes. It works like a safety vest without the risk of the other kids making fun of her. It was a parent trick. The straps are fully adjusted. I think this will fit her until she is at least 10 years old. We will be worth the price, we cannot recommend this enough.
👤Where is the description for this helmet that came up under searching for adult helmets?
👤This is a great investment for anyone looking for a helmet that won't kill their budget and functions well. I wear it for mountain biking. I'm still learning to improve my skills and that leads to some pretty special crashes at times so I'm always worried about safety. I don't have any concerns about this helmet. I tested the helmet's breathability by standing in front of a fan and it blew at me. The air flow is amazing. I don't think I'll get overheated while I ride. It's so lightweight that I don't notice it at all, except for the view of the visor at the top of my peripheral vision. The universal youth helmets fit me better than the adult women's sizes because I am an adult with a small head. I used the chart to measure my size. The helmet's purple color is almost more blue than its purple counterpart. I would have been on cloud nine with it if it was the same color as the lining pads and the buckles. I have no regrets with my purchase. I had to return a helmet I received because of a defect in the packaging. The replacement was in perfect working order and the exchange was fast. There is a The lightweight budget friendly is a good thing. Easy to adjust. It wasn't what I expected.
Light weight: In-molding construction. Market-leading protection. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. It's called MIPS. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. COMFORT: The Roc Loc Sport MIPS Fit System can be used to adjust position and tension. There are 22 vents. Universal fit structuring: Straight out of the box, get the right fit.
👤I needed a better helmet since my old one wasn't right for me. Consumer Reports has an article about how to adjust your helmet. The helmet was easy to adjust for and had the latest technology. I feel better riding with a helmet.
👤A very nice helmet. It is a good fit for a small woman's head. It has lots of air flow.
👤The helmet fit very snug on my head. The dial used to tighten the helmet wouldn't turn all the way after three months. My last Giro helmet lasted me 9 years before this happened. It is not safe anymore.
👤The helmet has good air flow. I would recommend this to anyone who is new to bike riding.
👤A helmet for a road biker. A friend gave me instructions on the fit of the helmet. The only complaint I have is that one strap runs against my ear. Overall very happy with the purchase and would recommend it to others.
👤The helmet is very strong and looks great. It is light and comfortable. It's strong enough to make sure my head isn't broken.
👤It's comfortable, lightweight and has good strength.
👤A great helmet. The economic option is available. The visor should clip on better.
👤Bonito color, medida justa. Gracias!
Market-leading protection. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. It's called MIPS. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. Universal fit structuring: Straight out of the box, get the right fit. VENTILATION: There are 24 vents.
👤I'm sure the helmet would come off my head if I fell because the side strap is sewn to its length and there is so much slack. The chin strap and the back knob are the only adjustments I can make. It was useless.
👤The helmets are comfortable and the last one protected me in an accident. I've been wearing helmets since the 70s. There was only one choice back then. I'm happy that there are more choices. Giro helmets are my choice. I fell hard on my left side after I lost control on a crossing in May. The helmet was cracked. The ER doctor was impressed when I showed him it. I bought a new helmet the next day. A Giro is of course.
👤I wear a 7 1/2 inch hat. I bought the largest shell they offer and adjusted the helmet all the way out, but it was on top of my head. If you have a large noggin, look elsewhere, I gave the helmet to my eight year old son.
👤This is the worst Giro helmet I have ever owned. There is a Giro has been a well known brand and has never let me down. My first adult helmet was a Giro and I liked it. Every other version of the system has been implemented. This helmet has taken three steps back and had an old version of the Roc Loc that was not as flexible as the previous version. The minimum that has been added is the one they added. It looks unfinished on the top. There is a Since my first Giro helmet, I have been loyal. For the past 12 years, I have bought helmets every season. The lowest price Giro helmets have been obtained by me. There is no comparison between high-end and low-end. I have warned before that the Giro helmets in this price range are the worst I have ever seen. The AGILIS is worth an extra$40.
👤I gave this helmet to a friend to replace his damaged Giro helmet. The straps on this helmet are softer and more flexible than on the previous helmet, and it is very comfortable against my face, unlike the previous helmet, which had to dig into the edge of my ears. The styrofoam protective layer is molded directly into the shell, and the single-knob size adjustment on the helmet is the best mechanism I have found on any helmet. If you need to wear a winter cap under it on a cold morning, it's very easy to change it once the air temperature warms up, but you need to remove it later when the air temperature is still cold. It has a light weight and durable shell that will not fail. I have never had a helmet crash tested, but this helmet appears to be as good as any helmet I have ever used to protect my skull in a crash.
The shell is made of polycarbonate. There are 20 vents. Vapor Fit is a fit adjustment.
👤I like this helmet a lot. I was between the Giro helmet and this one for quite a while. I bought this one because of the olive green color. The material quality is not like a top-tier helmet and it's very cheap. It's good enough and comfortable. The helmets suspension in 'L' fits great with room to spare, and I wear a 7-3/4 size hat. The straps were not designed well. They feel a bit awkward around my ears. I've tried adjusting them every way I can, but the straps are a bit far back for my large head size. You get a great looking helmet for under $100. I won't upgrade unless I crash on my noggin soon.
👤Color and lightweight. It pulls my hair. I have long hair and it gets tangled up with different plastic pets. There is a problem. I don't like the shade of white on the visor and helmet shell. There is a It doesn't fit in my head. It was my size according to their chart, and it wasn't to pop up/off no matter how much I tightened it. It doesn't go all the way onto my head. I would like to return it. I am out of time now. I would have liked to go with the Giro.
👤The helmet didn't fit. After 2 weeks, I haven't received a refund. It was bought on Prime with free shipping and returns.
👤I bought a new bike. I want to ride to work more. I got new padding for my helmet. A man that works for me rides his bike to and from work. I was told that I should replace my helmet every 5 years. It makes sense. I thought I would try something different. I have had two Giro helmets before this one, and the last one has been with me for 11 years. I'm going to keep it. Not knowing anything about new helmets and seeing a lot of choices made me pick this one. One name. I knew Smith was a little pricey, but I would give it a try. I don't need a helmet that is crazy expensive and I know you get what you pay for in the cheap ones. If they say it's safer then it's an added measure of feeling good knowing I won't get hurt in a crash. I bought a mountain bike after I grew up without a helmet. Anything is better than nothing to me. The 11 year old Giro that I have is inside and still looks good. I know the material could be brittle but it is better than nothing. I like the color black. I put some red reflective stickers around it to make it look better. The padding is good. The click of the wheel gives you a chance to adjust the fit. When it's cold in the morning, I wear a cap that I have to adjust out of my body, then during lunch or the ride home in the afternoon it's easy to adjust back. It is easy to adjust the chin. The visor is easy to remove. I usually took the visor off because my Giro visor didn't stay on very well. I've left it in place so far and it's okay. There is a It's a great helmet so far. I've never had a major crash with my helmets and this would be the third helmet I've owned in 17 years. I've been riding to work for the last three weeks. I replaced the pads on the Giro and this one seems to be just as comfortable. The only difference is the adjustment to tighten it to your head. I bought a medium and it fit perfectly. Most of the Giro helmets were universal in size. If you're serious about safety then you should spend an extra few dollars on a good helmet. Anything is better than nothing. I didn't have a helmet when I was a child. I was involved in many wrecks. This is more expensive than the Giro's I was looking at, but you can get a better fit with more specific sizes. This is as light as my old Giro. The cheap helmets I saw had a light in the back of them which meant they had a battery which would make them heavier. I like this helmet. We will see how long it lasts. The manual says to replace after three years. They need to make money as well. Happy hunting.
Bell pioneered a process called fusion in-molded polycarbonate shell that bonds the helmet's outer shell to the foam liner. The Multi-directional Impact Protection System is a leading slip-plane technology inside the helmet that is designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts. The dial feel and function of ERGO FIT has been improved, and it is more sleek and less bulky. No-twist triangle guillotines help keep straps flat and properly positioned. The universal adult is 53-60 cm.
👤It's lightweight and comfortable. There was no serious injury. I had a crash on my gps. 28mph. I hit the ground head first and didn't feel anything. I think it did its job. I would buy again.
👤It's a nice looking helmet. The Giro Fixture is almost off white, but the medium grey is a medium grey. It works well on both the lock system and chin strap. I looked at the inside of it as I wore it, because something upfront was making my foreheadirritating. There is no padding behind or above the ear or along the backside, only padding along the front and part of the side. The padding is very thin, unlike the Giro Fixture. The padding is not attached to the inside of the shell, it loops under two plastic loops, just off the center of the helmet. Those plastic loops on my forehead irritate me. I tried to cushion the area with extra padding from another helmet, but it created a pressure spot because of the extra padding in the two areas. If Bell had spent an additional 50 cents on padding, it would have been a great helmet. I can't get over the irritation on the forehead. It is being shipped back. It would be better if I gave it a 3.5 star rating.
👤It fits me on the small side. I don't like it as much as the new Giro because it's nicer. I have a large head. It's my least favorite helmet. I keep it to have a spare for friends as I have a tandem and my older helmets are not very good.
👤It was taken on a crash and rolled down a hill. I was saved from puncture wounds by this helmet. I feel like the MIPS helped prevent further injury.
👤The chin strap was too short.
👤It was purchased because it is an economical helmet. The Bell decals on the left of the helmet are not the traditional Bell logo, and I removed them. It looks small, but it fits. The paddings are very thin. It is heavy. I regret buying it. I waste money.
👤I use this helmet for long rides on my bike. Giro helmets are the main competitor in the $50-60 price range, and the nicely adjusted straps make for a perfect custom fit, which is why I prefer Bell helmets. There is a The model's visor is a bit short and narrow, which is to say that I like a long wide visor for when I'm riding into the late afternoon sun. One solution may be to loosen up the straps a bit so I can tip the helmet forward under those conditions, but a loose or skewed helmet isn't ideal.
Market-leading safety. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. It's called MIPS. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. COMFORT: The Roc Loc fit system can be used to adjust vertical position and tension. VENTILATION: There are wind tunnel vents with internal channels. Light weight: In-moIding construction.
👤The Agilis is the best helmet I have ever owned. I've worn it in hot weather for three centuries. I found it very comfortable with no side to side or forward/back movement on my head. I've had helmets that wouldn't fit to one side, but this one does. The straps are notobtrusive and lie flat under my ears. The wind noise from the straps is reduced. There is plenty of air on the sides and top. My helmet mirror is easy to fit on. The price point for a light helmet is double or triple its cost. I bought a helmet that looked fine. There is a I can get used to it, but the dial is small. The quick release on the chin strap is small, but I can get used to it. A. I initially bought a medium one, but it was too small. If you're near the point of a size change, I recommend getting the larger. There is a The large size is right for me. I was able to return it for free and get my money back. I would recommend it to a friend.
👤This helmet deserves a five star review. The fit is ten times more comfortable than my Specialized. I have no issues with air flow and there is enough clearance to hit my sunglasses from the front. It was an awesome purchase.
👤The straps were too short and the helmet fit fine. I could not get it to close. I am not a big guy. Had to return it and was disappointed. The seller accepted the return but didn't credit me for the initial shipping. I will not be buying from this seller again.
👤It feels snug to my head. There is a After wearing it for several hours and taking a spill, I don't have a single complaint. The helmet kept me safe. There is a It's recommended to anyone who has a cheap helmet.
👤I have a hard time finding helmets that fit my melon and that don't look like giant mushrooms. The helmet looks great on me. I didn't have to adjust the straps. The locking retention ring works well. You can slip your sunglasses in the vent when you don't need them and they stay there without poking you in the head, which is a hidden gem for me. The cost is pretty light. A great deal in my book. There are lots of vents for me as well.
Market-leading protection. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. It's called MIPS. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. COMFORT: The fit system can be used to adjust vertical position and tension. The USCPSC Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets for Persons Age 1 and Older (Extended Head Protection) is the basis for certification. There are 8 vents. Drugging: In-molding construction.
👤The helmet we received did not have a label on the back of it that said "MIPS", but it did have bright yellow tags on it. The box said "Scamp" but not "Scamp MIPS". We returned it and ordered the same helmet from another store, which had all of the right labels. If you're looking for an MIPS helmet, be sure to be sure that what you receive is actually an MIPS helmet.
👤The size S fits my 2 year old and is not too big. I have ordered the non-MIPS version of the helmet twice. You should check to see if you received the one you ordered.
👤I liked the system of head protection so I bought this helmet for my daughter. The way the system is on the helmet causes hair to get stuck in it every time she puts it on. My daughter screamed in pain as the helmet ripped out her hair and stuck to her. I have an adult version of this helmet that is finished nicely and seems to have solved the problem. They skimped on the kids version. I had to return this because my 5 year old couldn't take this helmet off by herself. It was a real bummer.
👤There are small plastic pieces inside the helmet that will cause long hair to get stuck in them and lead to your child's hair being pulled out.
👤The Giro Mips Scamp helmet is not the same as the one we used before. The helmet we received was 45-50 cm, whereas the website states that the giro scamp is 47-54 cm. Double check what year you are buying, this is 2020. Light weight and right size for 4.5 year olds. The Little Nutty helmet was too large and bulky for use, and it couldn't be tightened to stop sliding, so we tried another helmet. I am not sure how other young children wear the Little Nutty because of the hair catching in the tightening mechanism alone, I have twin girls with lots of hair. Maybe we had a bad year. Both helmets had problems, but we bought the same one. Seemed quality was okay. The Giro Mips Scamp is 4.5yo with 50 cm head circumference.
👤The helmet fits my son perfectly with room to grow, with many different ways to adjust the fit. It has a snug fit that stays in place while he rides his bicycle. I like how the helmet fits in the back, it doesn't slip and slide like other helmets I've seen preschoolers wear. I would recommend this and purchase again. The brand of helmet was more expensive than other brands, but it was important to our family. The extra protection is worth it's minimal cost.
Market-leading protection. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. INTEGRATED. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. VENTILATION: There are 18 wind tunnel vents. Drugging: The construction is in-molding. Universal fit structuring: Straight out of the box, get the right fit.
👤I would like to thank Giro for the amazing product that saved my life. I took a mountain bike ride with two of my friends. Bug Springs is a famous mountain bike trail in Tucson. The trail is very technical. I was thrown over my handlebars by a bad line at the beginning of the ride. I saw that I was about to land on a rock as I fell. I tucked my neck in and hoped for the best. After landing, I yelled to my partners, "I'm ok", as they ran towards me. I stood up to show they were not hurt. I took off my helmet and saw that my visor and sunglasses had been broken. I was not hurt worse and my riding partners were amazed. I looked at the Giro Fixture helmet and saw that the hard shell had been smashed in and the core had cracked. I looked at the rock I landed on and thought I could have died without this helmet. I was able to finish the ride after I reassembled my gear. We only talked about the crash and the Giro helmet that saved me for the rest of the day. Giro helmet has gained a life long customer from me and two other riders. The Giro Fixture helmet is an outstanding construction and I was able to walk away with scratches on my hand and face.
👤I have been looking for a good helmet for a while. This one is amazing. I have a big head. That's my size for hats. This helmet isn't like a lot of helmets that have a bowl on the crown of your head. The helmet fits your head nicely. It makes us look normal. It's lightweight, breathes well, and looks good.
👤The fit and style is great but the design flaw is the lack of net in the vent to keep bees out. McGiver put screen netting in the front vents. I don't know how many times I have bees caught in my vent. A serious injury would have occurred if it wasn't for the net. I am bugged about this. I would probably choose a helmet with this included. My $30 helmet has this...
👤I had a Giro feature that saved me in a crash. I bought the Fixture because it seemed like the same as the Feature. I've ridden with it about 10 times and the visor has fallen off 3 times. My head was pulled back by a branch that got stuck in a vent hole. I rode with the feature for 6 years and it was nothing like that. I wish the visor was longer. The helmet is comfortable.
Market-leading protection. Giro has a category-leading helmet test lab. It's called MIPS. The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System can be used in a crash. Universal fit structuring: Straight out of the box, get the right fit. There are 18 vents. Drugging: The construction is in-molding.
👤You want to know if this helmet makes you look like a mushroom. Let me tell you that it does not. There is a This helmet feels natural on my head compared to many other helmets I have tried. The price and tech that is included are unbeatable.
👤There were no yellow helmets in the US in 1998. I buy a specialized one and spray paint it. It's a good thing. If you ride in a black helmet, there is something amiss in your head, especially at night when ninjas are loose on bikes. The helmet is over 300 grams. This helmet fits me better than my noggin, which is at 62 cm some times of the year. I don't care if I wear it on my mtn. I also ride my road bike. There is one strip length adjustment and one adjustment control for head size. This helmet design seems to have been killed by Giro. I can't tell why, it's not a bad casque.
👤I wanted to give this helmet 5 stars, but the size is off. I chose the helmet size based on my head measurement. The helmet was too big despite my attempts to adjust it. The chin strap rested very close to the neck, making it difficult to breathe when I tilted my chin down. The Y straps are not adjusted. If they were, I would have adjusted them so the chin strap would rest in a more comfortable position. There is a The construction seems sturdy. The visor is removed. It took me a few tries to get the visor on again after I took it off. This seems to be a great product for most people. It is a cool looking helmet, but it is not a good fit for me.
👤I like this helmet. It is comfortable and stylish and has the best of modern helmet tech. When you don't want the visor, the helmet should come with an extra piece of foam padding. The visor will hurt your forehead if you take it out. I ordered generic padding which works fine but seems like something they could include for an extra 25 cents.
👤It was fun trying to find a helmet that fit my head, I have a huge melon of a head. The first helmet I ordered from Amazon looked like a yarmulke on my melon. It fits well, it has a visor, and it has a different style. It doesn't look ridiculous when I wear it.
It's for riders ages 14 and up. A custom fit is possible with theadjustable dial fit. The snap on visor protects eyes from the sun. The 26 crucial air vents provide maximum ventilation, keeping heads cool on hot summer rides, Upper and lower PC micro shell coverage delivers improved protection and durability. The U.S.CPSC has a safety standard for bicycle helmets.
👤I decided to buy a bike to help me lose weight and get healthier after not riding a bike for nearly 30 years. My kids told me that I need a helmet, so I looked at many helmets that were cheaper and more expensive, and decided to give this one a try. I'm very happy I did. It fits my large head well and it's airy which keeps my head cool. It feels very comfortable. The construction and padding seem to be solid, and the dial seems to fit perfectly, as if it will stay in place in a crash. The colors match my Mongoose Dolomite, I am very happy with this purchase so far. My wife said that I'm pretty cute in my helmet.
👤We ordered two Schwinn helmets for our kids, the "Intercept" and the "Thrasher" model. We love the "dial fit" adjustment on both helmets. When our daughter wears her helmet, the inner "fit ring" of this model keeps coming loose. She doesn't stay secure on her head. Problem! The Intercept model has a design flaw according to some of the other user reviews. The dial fit adjustment piece and front padding are secured within the helmet shell by six small tabs. That's all. We compared this to the two adult helmets we own with a "dial fit" design. The plastic "fit ring" is used in all of the models and has anchor tabs on it. It doesn't come out. The fit adjustment piece is not used in those helmets, but only for the padding pieces. The manufacturer has been contacted by me with my concerns. I expect them to fix the problem with a new helmet because they were very nice. Saving yourself the hassle is what I recommend if you're shopping for a helmet. Schwinn is great, just choose a different model. We received a replacement unit after we sent the details and photos to the manufacturer. They sent me the same thing. There was no help there. I'm returning the helmet and getting something else. We can't recommend this helmet.
👤My daughter was upset that the plastic headliner on her helmet was not held in place. I found that the straps were not fed through the headliners and that the rear of the headliners were not holding the straps in place. It is not safe to use without being attached. I was able to redo one side of the helmet where the strap ends come together, but I can't fix the other because the continuous strap is between the outer shell and the styrofoam. This is not fixable without cutting the continuous strap and getting the necessary strap attachment from the supply store. I will try to exchange the Schwinn product for something else, but I am really disappointed with the quality.
👤This helmet is larger than I expected, but it's my first bike helmet, so what do I know? There is a It's small for my pinhead. I usually wear a size 6-7 to 7 hat, but I have decided to wear a smaller size, and with a baseball cap underneath it seems to fit as I imagine it should. I prefer to wear a hat under my head to keep the sun out of my hair, even though I have less hair than a full head. There is a The nylon straps and plastic buckle on the chin strap are not comfortable and can get into my chin and jaw. I'll fix that. (MacGruber!) There is a I have a tiny, tiny head and the chin strap is too long, so I have to either put it in the helmet above my ear or use a double strap. Tucking it into the ear straps is very uncomfortable, and having it slap my face is another option, but I have people for that. I don't know how it will perform, but I will find out soon enough. I'll wear it a lot around the house, but I'll use it occasionally on a bike. I get concussions from banging my head against the wall when Trump is on the phone. There is an update. It's best that I get a helmet that fits and is comfortable without an engineering intervention, because it's in the interest of safety. I will have to avoid the news until I find a better fit.
Bicycle helmet mips products from Bern. In this article about bicycle helmet mips you can see why people choose the product. Giro and Smith are also good brands to look for when you are finding bicycle helmet mips.
Bern, Giro and Smith are some of the best brands that chosen by people for bicycle helmet mips. Find the detail in this article.