Giro Battle Helmet - Men's: If your first move in Summit County is to A-51, look no further. Built with a bulletproof shield, the Battle Helmet is ready for anything the park can offer. Constructed in a clean, low-profile package that features the new Giro Auto Loc 2 fit system. The Auto Loc 2 provides exceptional comfort and fit without the added bulk.
Hardshell Construction, 8 Super Cool vents
Compatible with all after market TuneUps systems
Giro Battle Helmet – Men’s: It’s every park rat’s dream—a bulletproof shield ready for anything the rail yard throws out in a stealthy, low-profile package. The Battle features our new Auto Loc 2 fit system for exceptional comfort and fit without the bulk.
3 Auto Loc 2 sizes.
Compatible with all after market.
8 Super Cool vents.
Compliance: ASTM F2040 / CE EN1077.
S (52 – 55.5cm)
M (55.5 – 59cm)
L (59 – 62.5cm)
Sale and previous season's helmets may not include original packaging.
The helmets are authentic and unused, but with limited storage (in some of our stores) packaging has been discarded.
Conquer the park with the brand new Giro Battle Ski Helmet. The brand new for 2013 Battle is the dream lid for every park rat out there and is made with a bulletproof like hardshell that will handle anything the park throws its way and rest assured is ASTM F2040 and CE EN1077 compliant to ensure your dome stays protected. Eight super cool vents with weatherstrip vent shield allow you to regulate the airflow that enters into the Battle to keep you cool when things start to get heated. Designed with the Autoloc 2 fit system the Giro Battle can be adjusted to give you a secure and comfortable fit all day long. Add in the fact that the Battle is compatible with all after market TuneUps systems so you can jam out to your favorite tunes while flying down the mountain and you can see why the Giro Battle is going to become a favorite of all park rats.
|Certifications:||ASTM F2040 / CE EN1077|
|Custom Fit Adjustment:||Yes|
|Fit System:||SUPER FIT™ ENGINEERING FOR SNOW|
|Shell Construction:||Hard Shell|
|Special Features:||Super Fit Engineered|
|Ventilation:||8 Super Cool vents|
|Year Round Capable:||Yes|
After losing a friend in a snowboard-tree accident, I vowed to ride with a helmet to honor his life and to make sure his tragic passing didn't happen in vain. I picked up the Giro Battle because of it's low profile and low cost, and I couldn't be happier.
This helmet's great. It's my first, but I'm a fan! It took a day to get used to, but now I won't ride without it. I appreciate the peace of mind it affords me. I'm able to push it harder because I'm not constantly worrying about wacking my head on something.
Also, helmets are WARM! I'm much more comfortable with a helmet than just a hat. Another bonus is that when you bail, your goggles, hat and headphones don't eject off your head and get packed with snow.
I have an average size head, my fitted hat size is 7 3/8. I bought a medium first, because I wear a Medium size Giro bike helmet. But it was way too small. The Large fits comfortably, and I can wear my Coal balaclava and Nixon Whip headphones underneath the helmet.
I also tried out the Skullcandy Homebrew headphones with it. They tuck into the helmet's earpads and work well, but blocked so much external noise I couldn't hear my friends talk. So I'm going with the Whips underneath. The helmet is compatible with my Electric goggles.
Hope that helps any potential buyers, this helmet fits great and looks great. If you're like me, the peace of mind that comes with it will up your riding level.
The best part of buying this helmet was going to the retail store in Utah. We had them bring out about 6-8 helmets for my 10 yr. old to try on and this was the winner.
Light, good looking, good features, great value.
I purchased this helmet specifically because it is tuneups compatible, however it is not. It may be compatible with Giro's new SK but not with my wireless Motorola Giro tuneups that I got a few years ago. Even with the interchangeable pads that came with the original kit, I cannot use them on this helmet. The helmet itself is fine for a single impact lid, but look elsewhere if you are looking for tuneups.