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A helmet is the most important piece of safety gear that you can give your little cyclist or scooter-rider. Choose a helmet that fits snugly but is not tight; it should not move more than an inch in any direction nor pull off. Give your child a helmet with a wide, comfortable chinstrap and choose one in a lighter color so that motorists can spot him easily.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
$24.99 at Amazon

Donnie here. I'm the brains of this outfit, so I invent gadgets, weapons and awesome vehicles to keep me and my brothers safe. Thi...s awesome bike helmet is designed for radical protection and design perfection.. just the way I like em. The only thing I can't figure out is how to get our best friend April to notice me - maybe with my cool bike helmet she will. Read More

Giro
$30.00 $15.16 at Sierra Trading Post

Get your young one off to a safe start on two wheels with the Giro Rodeo bike helmet, featuring Universal Fit sizing and the easy-...to-use AcuDial fit system. Available Colors: MOUNTAIN BLACK/TITANIUM SKULLS, PINK PRINCESS, TURQUOISE/MAGENTA/FLOWER SKETCH, BLUE PAINTERS, BLACK/TI SKULLS, MATTE BLUE, PINK. Sizes: O/S. Read More

Bell
$40.00 $15.96 at Sierra Trading Post

Belland#39;s Buzz Slipstream bike helmet makes bike safety easy, with comfortable, lightweight In-Mold construction that features ...an ErgoDial fit system with one-handed adjustment and easy-adjust straps with PinchGuard buckles. Available Colors: BLACK/PINK. Sizes: O/S. Read More

Giro
$40.00 $24.95 at Sierra Trading Post

While the little rascals are out riding bikes, you can rest easy that theyand#39;re safe in Giroand#39;s Rascal bike helmet. The c...olorful design features a self-adjusting OneStep Fit that adjusts to fit perfectly as soon as itand#39;s on. Available Colors: ORANGE CONSTRUCTON, MATTE BLACK/YELLOW LIVESTRONG FLAMES, WHITE/ORANGE/EL ZOO, BLACK/ANO/GREEN DUNK, ORANGE/CHARCOAL BLOCKADE, BLACK/HOT PINK FAB FLOWERS, BRIGHT GREEN, MATTE BLUE, PINK, PINK UNICORNS. Sizes: O/S, S/M, M/L. Read More

Catlike
$49.99 at Backcountry.com

When it comes to finding gear for the young ones, it often becomes a disappointing experience. Thankfully, though, Catlike take it...s Kids' products just as seriously as its professional equipment. In fact, the Kitten has the same wheel retention system... Read More

Giro
$39.95 at Backcountry.com

Although they're no doubt already positioning themselves as the next Euro-caliber talent, chances are good that your child's brain... will have more of an impact on his or her future then their leg strength. Protect that developing noodle with Giro's... Read More

Louis Garneau
$29.95 at Backcountry.com

Face the facts. Your little sprout is gonna take some tumbles learning to ride that shiny new bike. Give them all the protection y...ou can with the Louis Garneau Kids' Baby Boomer Helmet, elbow pads, knee pads, and maybe a strategically placed sofa... Read More

Louis Garneau
$17.99 at SwimOutlet.com

Kids will love the comfortable, fun design of this Louis Garneau Flow Cycling Helmet. Spiderlock Neo stabilizes helmet with quick,... easy adjustment. Keylock divider is a cam locking device that accurately adjusts strap length. Airdry Fusion padding is comfortable and washable. Reflector decals for added visibility. Certifications: CPSC-ASTM-CEN. Weight: 8.1oz (230g). Vents: 11. Recommended for 5-10 year olds. Read More

Louis Garneau
$27.95 at SwimOutlet.com

Feel confident knowing your child is safe with the Drift Cycling Helmet. In-mold construction. Ringlock: Frame ring that ensures t...he helmet's integrity in the event of an impact. Spiderlock Solo: Permanent helmet stabilizing system. Its inclination is fixed and has a headband that completely surrounds the head. It can be easily tightened as well. Sealed AirDry padding: Washable, sealed adjustment padding for enhanced durability and ergonomic design for ultimate comfort. Reflector decals. VX-0 visor adapts to the design of the helmet. Read More

Razor
$44.99 at Walmart

The Razor Black Cherry Youth Full-Face Helmet provides complete coverage to offer your child the ultimate safety. It includes 17 v...ents that help keep your little one cool on those heated rides. The black full-face helmet also contains extra pads for a... Read More

Bern
$49.99 at Amazon.com

Get all the little dudes shredding in safety with the comfortable Bandito Summer Boys helmet from Bern. The original visor shape o...f the Watts model for younger riders. Features an ABS hard shell and EPS hard foam liner. EPS hard foam meets ASTM F 2040 and EN 1077B standards for snow and ski, CPSC and EN 1078 standards for bike and skate. All Season interchangeable liner system allows you to customize your helmet with up to six different configurations. Additional liners not included . Bern's trademark Sink Fit design creates a low-profile style that combines with a deep surround fit and feel. Adjustable snap buckle chin strap for a custom fit. Imported. Measurements: ; Circumference: 23 1 2 in ; Brim: 1 in ; Product measurements were taken using size SM/MD (51.5-54.5 CM Circumference). Please note that measurements may vary by size. Read More

Bult
$110.95 at The-House.com

Helmet cams are rad, but it sucks showing up to the skatepark looking like an alien with it sitting awkwardly on top of your head.... The Bult Benny Helmet is here to make that problem a thing of the past. It features an integrated camera in the front of the helmet so you don't have to worry looking weird or having the camera go crashing onto the ground when you take a minor spill. A 120-degree wide angle lens captures all the action so you can stay safe and get the shot at the same time. It records at 1280x720 HD to give you a crisp image, and the built-in micro SD card records up to 60 minutes of action. Record control buttons are on the side on the helmet so it's easy to start and stop. Read More

Smith
$219.95 $164.96 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Bern
$59.95 at Backcountry.com

You're liable to be covered in dirt and blood all summer, and snow and frostbite from December to April, so you might as well get ...a lid like the Bern Lenox EPS Women's Helmet, which goes from biking to boarding without a peep of dissent. It'll also keep your brain in one piece the whole time, with an ABS Thin Shell and EPS foam liner that stand up to everything from trees to rocks and frozen park landings, and is compatible with knit winter liners that'll keep your noggin warm when it's so cold that the mercury's trying to run away and hide. Mad just for the ladies, it has a women's-specific shell and Bern's classic low-profile Sink Fit. There are seven vents to keep your medulla oblongata from overheating, and a saucy curved brim and feminine details so you can always feel and look like a girl, even if you rip as hard as all the boys. Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Smith
$219.95 $164.96 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Smith
$219.95 $164.96 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

POC
$89.95 at Backcountry.com

Just like the standard Crane, the POCito Crane Kids' Helmet provides extensive coverage and POC's progressive core construction. T...his award-winning helmet design combines a lower-density inner with a higher-density outer layer. The result is ample cushioning for minor dingers common to youthful antics, yet in the event of a more forceful impact, a higher level of resistance is provided. This design allows the POCito Crane to easily pass stringent CPSC standards. For comfort, wicking pads are soft against the skin, and ample ventilation ensures your little one keeps a cool head. The POC POCito Crane Helmet - Kids' is available in Pocito Orange and comes in two sizes: X-Small/Small and Medium/Large. Read More

POC
Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

POC
$89.95 at Backcountry.com

Just like the standard Crane, the POCito Crane Kids' Helmet provides extensive coverage and POC's progressive core construction. T...his award-winning helmet design combines a lower-density inner with a higher-density outer layer. The result is ample cushioning for minor dingers common to youthful antics, yet in the event of a more forceful impact, a higher level of resistance is provided. This design allows the POCito Crane to easily pass stringent CPSC standards. For comfort, wicking pads are soft against the skin, and ample ventilation ensures your little one keeps a cool head. The POC POCito Crane Helmet - Kids' is available in Pocito Orange and comes in two sizes: X-Small/Small and Medium/Large. Read More

POC
Bern
$59.95 at Backcountry.com

You're liable to be covered in dirt and blood all summer, and snow and frostbite from December to April, so you might as well get ...a lid like the Bern Lenox EPS Women's Helmet, which goes from biking to boarding without a peep of dissent. It'll also keep your brain in one piece the whole time, with an ABS Thin Shell and EPS foam liner that stand up to everything from trees to rocks and frozen park landings, and is compatible with knit winter liners that'll keep your noggin warm when it's so cold that the mercury's trying to run away and hide. Mad just for the ladies, it has a women's-specific shell and Bern's classic low-profile Sink Fit. There are seven vents to keep your medulla oblongata from overheating, and a saucy curved brim and feminine details so you can always feel and look like a girl, even if you rip as hard as all the boys. Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Giro
$164.95 at Backcountry.com

For over a decade, the Giro Advantage 2 has proven to be the pinnacle of aerodynamic performance, with a rich history of wins at t...he pro level. Giro relies on wind tunnel data to improve even the smallest of details to shave seconds off your times. Though the smooth, teardrop design of the helmet is what gives you the biggest advantage, the superb fit and ventilation are what continue to make it a top choice year after year. The latest iteration of Advantage 2 helmet uses the same Super Fit Engineering that Giro has created using 'human scale factor' data they have collected over the past 20 years. In short, the three sizes of the Advantage 2. combined with the Roc Loc 5 retention system, make it look and feel like it was custom made for your head. Custom fit might sound like a pretty big campaign promise, but Giro's development of their Roc Loc 5 Fit System has made it possible to make those micro adjustments. With the Roc Loc system, you can tune the fit tension as well as the fore and aft tilt of the helmet with one hand. Though other helmet manufacturers have similar adjustability systems, none of them can compete with the Roc Loc system in terms of weight: it's almost 40% lighter than comparable systems. In a helmet style not typically known for being light, this is a significant reduction. Remember those days in the early 2000s when the UCI made it so that aero helmets had to have the same EPS safety foam as the regular road helmets? For those of you who never missed a Lance Chronicle, you'll remember the Giro designers going through all sorts of hell to get an aero helmet ready that would be acceptable to both the UCI and Lance. The Advantage 2 is the love child of that relationship. Through the use of In-Mold construction, the durable but light outer shell is permanently fused to the impact absorbing EPS foam liner. This process enhances the effectiveness of both parts. In fact, the fusion process actually reinforces those formerly vulnerable spots around... Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Bell & Howell
$74.95 at Backcountry.com

Weighing in at 950 grams, the Sanction is Bell's fully-ventilated, low-profile helmet specifically designed with the younger rider... in mind. Its sizing skews smaller than both its predecessor (the Bellistic) and the more robust Full-9 and Drop models. Though we originally envisioned the Sanction for youths, we see quite a few adults who want more coverage than an open-face trail lid choosing this helmet. If it fits you, we're OK with that. But our rule-of-thumb is if you're taking a chairlift, go with a Full-9 or Drop..if you're pedaling--say Super-D, BMX or Enduro--the Sanction should serve you well. Read More

Bell Sports
$16.99 at Kohl's

Your smallest passenger will love the design of this Bell Sports helmet. PRODUCT FEATURES 7 air vents keep extra cool Hi-impact re...flector provide visibility Pinch guard ensures no-pinch buckling Extended rear coverage adds extra protection PRODUCT DETAILS For ages 3 years & up Fits head sizes 47-52cm Model numbers: Gray kaleidoscope: 7049670 Streaming hearts: 7049669 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Bell Sports
$16.99 at Kohl's

Your smallest passenger will love the design of this Bell Sports helmet. PRODUCT FEATURES 7 air vents keep extra cool Hi-impact re...flector provide visibility Pinch guard ensures no-pinch buckling Extended rear coverage adds extra protection PRODUCT DETAILS For ages 3 years & up Fits head sizes 47-52cm Model numbers: Gray kaleidoscope: 7049670 Streaming hearts: 7049669 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Bell Sports
$16.99 at Kohl's

The bright design will help make sure that your child is visible and safe. PRODUCT FEATURES 7 air vents keep extra cool Half-Nelso...n fit system adds extra comfort Pinch guard ensures no-pinch buckling Extended rear coverage adds extra protection PRODUCT DETAILS For ages 3 years & up Fits head sizes 50-52cm Model numbers: Blue: 7049675 Pink: 7049676 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Bell Sports
$24.99 at Kohl's

She can cruise safely in style with this girls' Disney Fairies helmet by Bell Sports. In multi. Disney PRODUCT FEATURES True Fit d...esign for easy adjustment High impact reflectors for visibility Energy-absorbing EPS construction Extended rear coverage 7 vents keep head cool PinchGuard buckle prevents pinched skin Tinker Bell & Disney Fairies design PRODUCT DETAILS Ages 3 years & up Fits head sizes 48 - 52 cm. Model no. 1009168 Promotional offers available online at Kohls.com may vary from those offered in Kohl's stores. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Bell & Howell
$74.95 at Backcountry.com

Weighing in at 950 grams, the Sanction is Bell's fully-ventilated, low-profile helmet specifically designed with the younger rider... in mind. Its sizing skews smaller than both its predecessor (the Bellistic) and the more robust Full-9 and Drop models. Though we originally envisioned the Sanction for youths, we see quite a few adults who want more coverage than an open-face trail lid choosing this helmet. If it fits you, we're OK with that. But our rule-of-thumb is if you're taking a chairlift, go with a Full-9 or Drop..if you're pedaling--say Super-D, BMX or Enduro--the Sanction should serve you well. Read More

Bult
$109.95 $98.95 at Backcountry.com

Helmet cams are rad, but it sucks showing up to the skatepark looking like an alien with it sitting awkwardly on top of your head.... The Bult Benny Helmet is here to make that problem a thing of the past. It features an integrated camera in the front of the helmet so you don't have to worry looking weird or having the camera go crashing onto the ground when you take a minor spill. A 120-degree wide angle lens captures all the action so you can stay safe and get the shot at the same time. It records at 1280x720 HD to give you a crisp image, and the built-in micro SD card records up to 60 minutes of action. Record control buttons are on the side on the helmet so it's easy to start and stop. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

Smith Optics has become an icon for its killer shades, not to mention its lineup snow helmets and goggles. But the boys in Sun Val...ley spend most of the year riding mountain bikes on the region's countless miles of velvety-smooth singletrack, and they wanted to keep their domes comfortable and protected during the warmer months as well. That's why Smith pooled its extensive knowledge of all things helmet related to create the Forefront helmet. At 285g, it's feather light, but don't think for a minute that it sacrifices anything in the way of protection. It's plainly obvious that this ain't Smith's first rodeo, even if it is the Idaho brand's first bike helmet.Smith has been able to accomplish this blend of minimal weight and maximum protection through the use of its patented Aerocore technology. This construction employs Koroyd material, which looks a lot like the bundles of straws you may have used in science class to protect eggs when you dropped them off a roof. It's not much of a coincidence, as this honeycomb construction yields a claimed 30% reduction in forces transmitted to your noggin, as compared to the industry standard EPS foam. It's particularly useful for building helmets, because it requires a minimal amount of material, so there's no unnecessary weight. It also has the desirable effect of maximizing air-flow, keeping you cool when you're working hard. The padding is minimal, to keep air flowing freely. Speaking of which, the visor has two height settings, neither of which interfere with the ventilation. Three shell sizes accommodate the vast majority of head shapes, with fine tuning handled by Smith's VaporFit retention system. It utilizes a click-wheel adjuster that's borrowed from the snow helmet division, so you know it's solid. Also coming from the snow program is AirEvac ventilation system, which channels hot air out of the tops of your glasses, reducing fogging. It's particularly useful if you choose to run goggles, although we claim no res... Read More

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