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Easton
$25.99 $20.79 at eSportsonline

Compact shape with cool graphics Self adjusting True Fit design Features 19 vents to keep you cool and hi-impact reflectors for ad...ded visibility Includes base guard, tapless technology, visor and pinch guard to ensure no-pin Read More

Giro
$54.99 $27.49 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: Fit to rip the Slingshot Ski Helmet by Giro has the best performance technologies for your child. The In-Mold cons...truction has a tough polycarbonate outer shell with the helmet's impact-absorbing foam liner to give the protection your... Read More

POC
$249.99 $149.99 at UtahSkis.com

The Receptor Backcountry MIPS is based on the Receptor + shell and core, and has double shells, a multi-impact EPP liner and an Ar...amid Penetration Barrier. The award-winning helmet is equipped with the patented MIPS system to reduce the rotational... Read More

POC
Bern
$99.99 $54.99 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: The Berkeley comes set up for winter use with a cold-weather liner equipped with the Crank Fit micro-adjustable fi...t system, as well as a goggle clip at the rear. Vents at the front, top, and back increase the breathability of the... Read More

Giro
$74.99 $37.49 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: Sleek and skate inspired comes the brand new Giro Vault Kids Helmet. The hard shell construction combines with an ...EPS foam liner to keep your childs head protected should any spills occur and parents have peace of mind knowing this... Read More

Giro
$54.99 $27.49 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: Fit to rip the Slingshot Ski Helmet by Giro has the best performance technologies for your child. The In-Mold cons...truction has a tough polycarbonate outer shell with the helmet's impact-absorbing foam liner to give the protection your... Read More

Bern
$119.99 $65.99 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: The EPS/Thin Shell model is a certified helmet for both bike and snow. This model uses a thin ABS shell lined with... EPS Foam to create a burly lightweight lid. A certified helmet is designed to crack and absorb a gnarly impact, much like... Read More

Bern
$99.99 $54.99 at UtahSkis.com

Season 2014-15: The EPS/Thin Shell model is a certified helmet for both bike and snow. This model uses a thin ABS shell lined with... EPS Foam to create a burly lightweight lid. A certified helmet is designed to crack and absorb a gnarly impact, much like... Read More

Alimed
$206.08 at BettyMills.com

Lightweight, shock-absorbing foamFully ventilatedEasy-to-cleanComfortable fit

Kask
$299.95 at Backcountry.com

The Kask Protone uses In-Mold Construction. This means that the polycarbonate shell is bonded to an EPS foam body. This is then se...cured over a frame, which allows the shell to absorb impact while keeping the structural integrity of the helmet. The... Read More

Six Six One
$39.95 at Backcountry.com

Avoid a split melon by strapping the Six Six One Dirt Lid Plus Helmet on before you head out to session your secret dirt jumps. Th...e Dirt Lid Plus rocks the same brain-saving ABS hard shell and EPS impact foam as Six Six One's classic Dirt Lid, so you... Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This... Read More

Louis Garneau
$169.95 $127.46 at Backcountry.com

Louis Garneau has come up with the perfect solution for those of us who really want the X-Lite Helmet, but found the standard aest...hetic offerings to be sorely devoid of sparkle. The Women's X-Lite Cycling Helmet brings you all the safety features... Read More

Troy Lee Designs
$449.95 at Backcountry.com

When we're cleaning DH lines during gravity sprints, the last thing on our minds is the very real danger that we're putting our mi...nds themselves in. Troy Lee Designs hasn't forgotten, though, and it puts our untroubled minds even more at ease with the... Read More

POC
$289.95 $240.00 at Backcountry.com

All spring we've been watching the likes of Martin and Hesjedal turn cranks in anger below a special Cannondale-Garmin version of ...the POC Octal Raceday Team Edition Helmet. Seeing as to how the distinctive white foam was only available in the orange or... Read More

POC
Limar
$249.00 at Backcountry.com

The Limar UltraLight MTB Helmet provides all the protection you'll need for epic trail adventures in a super lightweight package. ...At a claimed weight of only 200g for a size medium, you'll barely know it's on your head once you clip in and get rolling.... Read More

Limar
$69.99 at Backcountry.com

Hit the trail with the Limar 675 Bike Helmet and rest assured that this dome topper brings along all the protection you need for y...our XC adventures. Whether you're testing out some new-to-you singletrack through the woods or riding across town to meet... Read More

Limar
$49.99 at Backcountry.com

Protect your little munchkin's head with the Limar 515 Bike Helmet for Kids and Youth. With bright patterns and contrasting colors..., this helmet adds a big dose of fun to keep your kid excited about wearing it. Rest assured though, Limar didn't skimp on... Read More

Limar
$99.99 at Backcountry.com

The Limar 777 Road Bike Helmet provides oodles of protection and style for any road riding adventure. Clocking in at a claimed lig...htweight of just 225g for a size medium, this helmet won't feel like a burden as you take off down the road. Limar uses... Read More

Limar
$84.99 at Backcountry.com

The Limar 720 Bike Helmet provides all the protection you need for a daily commute or trip to the bike park, with a modern skate-i...nspired style to set you apart from the Lycra crowd. Limar uses monoshell in-mold construction with Superlight technology... Read More

Limar
$229.00 at Backcountry.com

The Limar UltraLight Road Bike Helmet provides all the protection you'd expect from a high-end road helmet in a super lightweight ...package. At a claimed featherweight of 175g for a size medium, you'll barely notice the Ultralight once you clip in. Limar... Read More

Limar
$89.99 at Backcountry.com

Fly down the trail with confidence in the Limar X-MTB Helmet. It'll give you all the protection you need to sweep through technica...l singletrack, roll through meadows, or noodle to the local pub to share stories and recount close calls after an epic... Read More

Giro
$39.95 at Backcountry

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 Rascal Helmet. The feature your child will probably like most about the Rascal is its pinch-free fit of the strap, but our favorite feature is easily the built-in series of LED tail lights. The added visibility in low-light conditions may be the difference between avoiding a tumble and relying on the helmet's impact diffusion. In the event of a crash, Giro built the Rascal using the same In-Mold technology found in its adult helmets. In-Mold fuses the helmet's polycarbonate shell with an impact-absorbing body of EPS foam for more structural integrity and better protection. The Rascal also incorporates an internal bug net, so your child's early bike ride memories won't be associated with a trapped and vengeful bee in the safety bonnet. Read More

Giro
$89.95 at Backcountry

Helmets are perhaps the kings of diminishing returns -- after all, every bicycle helmet sold in the US is subject to the same test...ing, and requires the same certification. What's left after that is ventilation, fit, and, of course, style. Giro's Savant has all three in spades, at a price that doesn't require an immediate grams per dollar calculation. The Savant is secured with Giro's Roc Loc 5, and features 25 Wind Tunnel vents to keep air moving into, through, and out of the helmet. Read More

Giro
$79.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton is the jeans-and-a-t-shirt of bike helmets -it'll fit in just about anywhere. Whether you're commuting to work, ge...tting rad on the weekends, or riding the path with your kids, the Sutton's just the ticket. It uses 8 vents to move air over your head, and has a soft sun/rain visor for versatility (and a little style). Read More

Giro
$99.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton MIPS helmet features low-profile skate styling and eight vents to keep your dome cool in the heat of summer. The S...utton has the styling that urban freeriders and dirt jumpers have come to love, but, unlike its low-tech competitors, it features serious high-tech brain protection. Though the Sutton looks like a traditional skate helmet, it is a bit different. It has an expanded polystyrene liner like POC's other road and mountain helmets and uses an in-molded polycarbonate shell to add toughness and abrasion resistance without adding significant weight. The limited number of vents (it has eight) lends strength, so it is a great helmet even if your urban riding is geared more toward seeking out the best wall rides and stair gaps on your way to the dirt jumps just outside of town. For all-mountain riders, the Sutton works great for all-day adventures, because it's lighter than a standard ABS-shelled helmet of this style. It's designed to be used with Giro's line of goggles, so they'll always fit great in dusty conditions. Other smart features include a removable soft visor, an integrated light clip at the back to make you more visible in traffic, and a reinforced vent port that allows you to lock the helmet to your bike. The MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) structure integrates easily into the Sutton's bones without altering its look. MIPS is essentially the separation of the EPS foam shell from the retention system (the part that grabs your head) via a semi-floating suspension system, so that when the shell absorbs an impact, or two, or four, in a crash, it doesn't transfer that energy directly into the skull. Instead, forces are isolated, saving your head and neck from undo impacts. Developed in Scandinavia more than 10 years ago, the MIPS system has been continually revised and applied to an ever-growing number of helmets in different sports, and it's been credited with saving countless noggins from more serious injury. Read More

Giro
$99.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton MIPS helmet features low-profile skate styling and eight vents to keep your dome cool in the heat of summer. The S...utton has the styling that urban freeriders and dirt jumpers have come to love, but, unlike its low-tech competitors, it features serious high-tech brain protection. Though the Sutton looks like a traditional skate helmet, it is a bit different. It has an expanded polystyrene liner like POC's other road and mountain helmets and uses an in-molded polycarbonate shell to add toughness and abrasion resistance without adding significant weight. The limited number of vents (it has eight) lends strength, so it is a great helmet even if your urban riding is geared more toward seeking out the best wall rides and stair gaps on your way to the dirt jumps just outside of town. For all-mountain riders, the Sutton works great for all-day adventures, because it's lighter than a standard ABS-shelled helmet of this style. It's designed to be used with Giro's line of goggles, so they'll always fit great in dusty conditions. Other smart features include a removable soft visor, an integrated light clip at the back to make you more visible in traffic, and a reinforced vent port that allows you to lock the helmet to your bike. The MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) structure integrates easily into the Sutton's bones without altering its look. MIPS is essentially the separation of the EPS foam shell from the retention system (the part that grabs your head) via a semi-floating suspension system, so that when the shell absorbs an impact, or two, or four, in a crash, it doesn't transfer that energy directly into the skull. Instead, forces are isolated, saving your head and neck from undo impacts. Developed in Scandinavia more than 10 years ago, the MIPS system has been continually revised and applied to an ever-growing number of helmets in different sports, and it's been credited with saving countless noggins from more serious injury. Read More

Giro
$274.95 at Backcountry

When Giro looked to up its aero game, it didn't just paste new stickers onto its Advantage helmet. It looked at the data and redes...igned it to create the Giro Selector. This helmet is now a standard in the professional peloton and should be a part of your aero kit as well. Giro used wind tunnel testing to sculpt a shape that works with your position on the bike to lessen the drag coefficient. On the front end, you'll notice the eye shield. Not only does this minimize tear-inducing wind in your eyes, it also smooths the leading surface so that the air moves over it faster. An added benefit is that the shield also acts to block out excess wind noise. Two vents help direct the air through the helmet and out the back vents to cool your head. For those who prefer sunglasses, however, the shield is removable. On the other end, the tail of the Selector helmet is closed on the underside and comes in two lengths, 10mm and 45mm. Each is designed to work with your body position and the choice depends on how low your shoulders and arms are. The helmet should sit low and close to your back when you are in an aero position. To secure the Selector, Giro uses the Roc Loc TT system. Different from the older Roc Loc 5 system, the TT uses a spring leaf system to apply even tension to the front and back of your head in order to secure the helmet. The body of the helmet is an EPS-injected molded liner with the Giro SL Roll Cage system and a polycarbonate shell. Read More

Giro
$89.95 at Backcountry

Helmets are perhaps the kings of diminishing returns -- after all, every bicycle helmet sold in the US is subject to the same test...ing, and requires the same certification. What's left after that is ventilation, fit, and, of course, style. Giro's Savant has all three in spades, at a price that doesn't require an immediate grams per dollar calculation. The Savant is secured with Giro's Roc Loc 5, and features 25 Wind Tunnel vents to keep air moving into, through, and out of the helmet. Read More

Giro
$74.95 at Backcountry

We're seeing helmets, particularly mountain biking helmets, get a lot longer in the rear over the past few years, and Giro's Featu...re Helmet is no exception. And, while we're inclined to talk about Barry Melrose's hair now, it can only be considered a good thing to have your everyday helmet cover more of your head as you're cruising through the trees. All that extra protection isn't going to do much good if you can't wait to take it off. To that end, Giro included 12 humongous vents to move air in, through, and out of the helmet so your head stays cool, even on low-speed climbs. Additionally, the helmet can be made to fit just right via the In Form one-handed fit adjustment system, which uses a dial at the back to get the tension just right. Read More

Giro
$79.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton is the jeans-and-a-t-shirt of bike helmets -it'll fit in just about anywhere. Whether you're commuting to work, ge...tting rad on the weekends, or riding the path with your kids, the Sutton's just the ticket. It uses 8 vents to move air over your head, and has a soft sun/rain visor for versatility (and a little style). Read More

Giro
$89.95 at Backcountry

Helmets are perhaps the kings of diminishing returns -- after all, every bicycle helmet sold in the US is subject to the same test...ing, and requires the same certification. What's left after that is ventilation, fit, and, of course, style. Giro's Savant has all three in spades, at a price that doesn't require an immediate grams per dollar calculation. The Savant is secured with Giro's Roc Loc 5, and features 25 Wind Tunnel vents to keep air moving into, through, and out of the helmet. Read More

Giro
$39.95 at Backcountry

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 Rascal Helmet. The feature your child will probably like most about the Rascal is its pinch-free fit of the strap, but our favorite feature is easily the built-in series of LED tail lights. The added visibility in low-light conditions may be the difference between avoiding a tumble and relying on the helmet's impact diffusion. In the event of a crash, Giro built the Rascal using the same In-Mold technology found in its adult helmets. In-Mold fuses the helmet's polycarbonate shell with an impact-absorbing body of EPS foam for more structural integrity and better protection. The Rascal also incorporates an internal bug net, so your child's early bike ride memories won't be associated with a trapped and vengeful bee in the safety bonnet. Read More

Giro
$89.95 at Backcountry

Helmets are perhaps the kings of diminishing returns -- after all, every bicycle helmet sold in the US is subject to the same test...ing, and requires the same certification. What's left after that is ventilation, fit, and, of course, style. Giro's Savant has all three in spades, at a price that doesn't require an immediate grams per dollar calculation. The Savant is secured with Giro's Roc Loc 5, and features 25 Wind Tunnel vents to keep air moving into, through, and out of the helmet. Read More

Giro
$109.95 at Backcountry

You've probably seen the MIPS name everywhere -it's certainly taken bike helmets by storm, but what is it? MIPS is a technology th...at does its best to protect your brain by mimicking what the brain does to protect itself. Namely, MIPS aims to mimic the cerebrospinal fluid that allows the skull and the brain to move independently. This synthetic buffer, as applied in the Giro Sonnet Helmet seen here, allows the shell and the EPS foam to move independently in the event of a tangential force. It essentially redirects the impact in such a manner that it should do a better job in preventing catastrophic brain injuries. Outside of the MIPS tech, the Sonnet is everything you'd expect from Giro -light, breathable, well-fitting, and incredibly comfortable. Read More

Giro
$94.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Feature MIPS Mountain Bike Helmet merges enhanced impact protection with low-profile, trail-savvy style. The big story wi...th this helmet is its MIPS or Multi Impact Protection System. Originally developed by Scandinavian neurosurgeons, the MIPS system places a low-friction layer in the helmet to reduce concussion-causing rotational acceleration of the brain resulting from impacts. Ultimately, this means you'll be better equipped to come out unscathed from serious spills when you're pushing your limits on the trail. Giro's In-Mold construction mates a polycarbonate shell with an EPS liner, allowing Giro's designers the opportunity to place better ventilation within the helmet, as evidenced by its 12 vents with internal channeling. Its adjustable moto-style visor keeps the sun from obscuring your vision when you're riding through open areas on bright days. Additionally, you'll find Giro's In-Form fit system for a dialed fit with the simple twist of a dial. Read More

Giro
$149.95 at Backcountry

If you're a multi-bike rider, you're probably familiar with how light, breathable, and comfortable road helmets can be, and have p...robably wished your mountain helmets could compete. Maybe you've even taken to wearing road helmets off-road, and deflecting the inevitable comments about spandex, shaved legs, and Lance. Well, the Giro Fathom can't do anything about your riding partners' senses of humor, but since it's an Atmos with a visor, you'll be just a bit more incognito. It gets the same, thermoformed Roll Cage SL, the Roc Loc 5 adjustment Giro helmets are famous for, and 26 vents to keep you cool, even on long, exposed, hot climbs. Read More

Giro
$64.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Saga Helmet is a more affordable chapter in the arcing story of modern, ultra-aerodynamic cycling helmets. So much scienc...e is focusing on aerodynamics these days, it's no wonder that the humble helmet -- responsible for surprisingly large amounts of drag on your bike -- has been thoroughly revised over the last few seasons to become more slippery. The results speak for themselves -- witness their popularity in the pro peloton, and the success of Giro's top-of-the-line Synthe aero helmet. Of course, we can't all afford the seriously fancy stuff, so Giro made fancy stuff that's more affordable for the Average Jane, and here we have the Giro Saga Helmet. We can tell you off the bat that the Saga isn't quite as light, as breathable, or as slippery in the wind as the Synthe, but it's darn close. It utilizes many of the same technologies in both materials and manufacturing, as well. It's made with Giro's In-Mold construction, a technique that firmly unifies the helmet's EPS foam liner to a polycarbonate shell, as opposed to simply adhering the two together, creating a lighter, stronger structure that's ultimately safer. The helmet follows Giro's Streamlined Design language, allowing slick style to permeate the functional aerodynamic shape that dictates the helmet's efficiency. Finally, the Roc Loc 5 retention system dials in the proper fit to your head, comfortably and easily, while still being up to 40% lighter than competing systems. Read More

Giro
$94.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Feature MIPS Mountain Bike Helmet merges enhanced impact protection with low-profile, trail-savvy style. The big story wi...th this helmet is its MIPS or Multi Impact Protection System. Originally developed by Scandinavian neurosurgeons, the MIPS system places a low-friction layer in the helmet to reduce concussion-causing rotational acceleration of the brain resulting from impacts. Ultimately, this means you'll be better equipped to come out unscathed from serious spills when you're pushing your limits on the trail. Giro's In-Mold construction mates a polycarbonate shell with an EPS liner, allowing Giro's designers the opportunity to place better ventilation within the helmet, as evidenced by its 12 vents with internal channeling. Its adjustable moto-style visor keeps the sun from obscuring your vision when you're riding through open areas on bright days. Additionally, you'll find Giro's In-Form fit system for a dialed fit with the simple twist of a dial. Read More

Giro
$149.95 at Backcountry

If you're a multi-bike rider, you're probably familiar with how light, breathable, and comfortable road helmets can be, and have p...robably wished your mountain helmets could compete. Maybe you've even taken to wearing road helmets off-road, and deflecting the inevitable comments about spandex, shaved legs, and Lance. Well, the Giro Fathom can't do anything about your riding partners' senses of humor, but since it's an Atmos with a visor, you'll be just a bit more incognito. It gets the same, thermoformed Roll Cage SL, the Roc Loc 5 adjustment Giro helmets are famous for, and 26 vents to keep you cool, even on long, exposed, hot climbs. Read More

Giro
$149.95 at Backcountry

If you're a multi-bike rider, you're probably familiar with how light, breathable, and comfortable road helmets can be, and have p...robably wished your mountain helmets could compete. Maybe you've even taken to wearing road helmets off-road, and deflecting the inevitable comments about spandex, shaved legs, and Lance. Well, the Giro Fathom can't do anything about your riding partners' senses of humor, but since it's an Atmos with a visor, you'll be just a bit more incognito. It gets the same, thermoformed Roll Cage SL, the Roc Loc 5 adjustment Giro helmets are famous for, and 26 vents to keep you cool, even on long, exposed, hot climbs. Read More

Giro
$274.95 at Backcountry

When Giro looked to up its aero game, it didn't just paste new stickers onto its Advantage helmet. It looked at the data and redes...igned it to create the Giro Selector. This helmet is now a standard in the professional peloton and should be a part of your aero kit as well. Giro used wind tunnel testing to sculpt a shape that works with your position on the bike to lessen the drag coefficient. On the front end, you'll notice the eye shield. Not only does this minimize tear-inducing wind in your eyes, it also smooths the leading surface so that the air moves over it faster. An added benefit is that the shield also acts to block out excess wind noise. Two vents help direct the air through the helmet and out the back vents to cool your head. For those who prefer sunglasses, however, the shield is removable. On the other end, the tail of the Selector helmet is closed on the underside and comes in two lengths, 10mm and 45mm. Each is designed to work with your body position and the choice depends on how low your shoulders and arms are. The helmet should sit low and close to your back when you are in an aero position. To secure the Selector, Giro uses the Roc Loc TT system. Different from the older Roc Loc 5 system, the TT uses a spring leaf system to apply even tension to the front and back of your head in order to secure the helmet. The body of the helmet is an EPS-injected molded liner with the Giro SL Roll Cage system and a polycarbonate shell. Read More

Giro
$39.95 at Backcountry

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 Rascal Helmet. The feature your child will probably like most about the Rascal is its pinch-free fit of the strap, but our favorite feature is easily the built-in series of LED tail lights. The added visibility in low-light conditions may be the difference between avoiding a tumble and relying on the helmet's impact diffusion. In the event of a crash, Giro built the Rascal using the same In-Mold technology found in its adult helmets. In-Mold fuses the helmet's polycarbonate shell with an impact-absorbing body of EPS foam for more structural integrity and better protection. The Rascal also incorporates an internal bug net, so your child's early bike ride memories won't be associated with a trapped and vengeful bee in the safety bonnet. Read More

Giro
$149.95 at Backcountry

If you're a multi-bike rider, you're probably familiar with how light, breathable, and comfortable road helmets can be, and have p...robably wished your mountain helmets could compete. Maybe you've even taken to wearing road helmets off-road, and deflecting the inevitable comments about spandex, shaved legs, and Lance. Well, the Giro Fathom can't do anything about your riding partners' senses of humor, but since it's an Atmos with a visor, you'll be just a bit more incognito. It gets the same, thermoformed Roll Cage SL, the Roc Loc 5 adjustment Giro helmets are famous for, and 26 vents to keep you cool, even on long, exposed, hot climbs. Read More

Giro
$274.95 at Backcountry

When Giro looked to up its aero game, it didn't just paste new stickers onto its Advantage helmet. It looked at the data and redes...igned it to create the Giro Selector. This helmet is now a standard in the professional peloton and should be a part of your aero kit as well. Giro used wind tunnel testing to sculpt a shape that works with your position on the bike to lessen the drag coefficient. On the front end, you'll notice the eye shield. Not only does this minimize tear-inducing wind in your eyes, it also smooths the leading surface so that the air moves over it faster. An added benefit is that the shield also acts to block out excess wind noise. Two vents help direct the air through the helmet and out the back vents to cool your head. For those who prefer sunglasses, however, the shield is removable. On the other end, the tail of the Selector helmet is closed on the underside and comes in two lengths, 10mm and 45mm. Each is designed to work with your body position and the choice depends on how low your shoulders and arms are. The helmet should sit low and close to your back when you are in an aero position. To secure the Selector, Giro uses the Roc Loc TT system. Different from the older Roc Loc 5 system, the TT uses a spring leaf system to apply even tension to the front and back of your head in order to secure the helmet. The body of the helmet is an EPS-injected molded liner with the Giro SL Roll Cage system and a polycarbonate shell. Read More

Giro
$79.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Sutton is the jeans-and-a-t-shirt of bike helmets -it'll fit in just about anywhere. Whether you're commuting to work, ge...tting rad on the weekends, or riding the path with your kids, the Sutton's just the ticket. It uses 8 vents to move air over your head, and has a soft sun/rain visor for versatility (and a little style). Read More

Giro
$74.95 at Backcountry

We're seeing helmets, particularly mountain biking helmets, get a lot longer in the rear over the past few years, and Giro's Featu...re Helmet is no exception. And, while we're inclined to talk about Barry Melrose's hair now, it can only be considered a good thing to have your everyday helmet cover more of your head as you're cruising through the trees. All that extra protection isn't going to do much good if you can't wait to take it off. To that end, Giro included 12 humongous vents to move air in, through, and out of the helmet so your head stays cool, even on low-speed climbs. Additionally, the helmet can be made to fit just right via the In Form one-handed fit adjustment system, which uses a dial at the back to get the tension just right. Read More

Giro
$94.95 at Backcountry

The Giro Feature MIPS Mountain Bike Helmet merges enhanced impact protection with low-profile, trail-savvy style. The big story wi...th this helmet is its MIPS or Multi Impact Protection System. Originally developed by Scandinavian neurosurgeons, the MIPS system places a low-friction layer in the helmet to reduce concussion-causing rotational acceleration of the brain resulting from impacts. Ultimately, this means you'll be better equipped to come out unscathed from serious spills when you're pushing your limits on the trail. Giro's In-Mold construction mates a polycarbonate shell with an EPS liner, allowing Giro's designers the opportunity to place better ventilation within the helmet, as evidenced by its 12 vents with internal channeling. Its adjustable moto-style visor keeps the sun from obscuring your vision when you're riding through open areas on bright days. Additionally, you'll find Giro's In-Form fit system for a dialed fit with the simple twist of a dial. Read More

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