Giro Edit Helmet

Priced: $144.00 - $299.95 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Giro Edit Helmet -

What's great about this Giro Edit Helmet is it goes way beyond just protecting your head if you take a spill. There are a ton of features to keep you head warm and comfortable while also providing you with a place to mount a GoPro camera and listen to music. The Super Fit Engineering and ROC LOC 5 Fit System allows you to dial in a fit that is customized just for you so that you're always comfortable. The Thermostat Control is a way for you to dictate how much air you want flowing through the helmet. Maybe it's cold out and you don't want any? Maybe you're sweating up a storm and you want that stale, sweaty air removed? Thermostat Control gives you that option. The X-Static Padding works wonders as an anti-bacterial padding which reduces odor and makes for a much friendlier-smelling helmet. Stack Vents are a cool way to help keep your goggles fog free by removing the warm air but without chilling down the exposed space on your head between the top of the goggles and the bottom of the helmet. With plenty of technology and features, the Giro Edit Helmet really has it all to keep you comfortable, protected and the ability to shoot some of your finest moves to show off later.

Fabric:

  • Quilted satin interior adds a luxurious look and feel
  • In-mold carbon fiber microshell construction with rich leather fuses exterior with impact-absorbing foam liner, for low-profile and lightweight strength

Fit:

  • ROC LOC 5 Fit System
  • 3 In Form sizes features an easy, ergo-friendly, superquick dial adjustability for a custom fit that also tunes vertically
  • Super Fit-engineered sizes provide precise, anatomical head-hugging

Ventilation:

  • Six Wind Tunnel vents with adjustable Intake Port Vent system let the fresh air cool you off as needed; Stack ventilation prevents goggle fog

Features:

  • Helmet case included for easy storage or carry
  • Compatible with all after-market TuneUps systems, so you can rock out while you rip
  • X-Static
  • Thermostat Control
  • Trip Clip Helmet Carry System
  • GoPro Mount
USOutdoor.com
Not only does the Giro Edit Helmet offer massive amounts of comfort and protection at a minimal weight, but it also comes equipped with a built in mount for your POV camera. So grab your GoPro and team it up with the Edit to capture all your shred time fun, and don’t worry about having to also get one of those stick-on mounts. This brain bucket also rocks some supreme ventilation that you control so your melon never overheats or gets too chilly. Stay safe while you go all out to get the perfect shot with the Giro Edit Helmet.

Christy Sports

Giro Edit Helmet - Men's:  Meet the lightest full-featured snow helmet Giro has ever made!  It features a sleek and stealthy integrated GoPro compatible camera mount that allows you to easily attach and remove your POV camera without a trace. The Edit’s clean low-profile design delivers a sophisticated style and performance that integrates seamlessly with Giro goggles.

FEATURES:
Ultra Lightweight 375g; GoPro® Compatible Camera Mount Integration; In-Mold Construction; Roc Loc 5 Fit System; 10 Super Cool™ Vents with Thermostat™ Control; Stack Ventilation; X-Static® Anti-Bacterial Padding; Trip Clip Helmet Carry System

COMPATIBILITY:
Compatible with all aftermarket Giro audio systems


Berg's Ski Shop
The Giro Edit Helmet is the lightest helmet Giro has ever made. Special feature: Go-Pro mount which allows for easy application and removal of you POV camera. The Edit Helmet is a sleek low profile design that seamlessly integrates with your favorite goggle.
Evo
The Giro Edit Helmet offers supreme comfort and weighs in at a mere 375 grams. What makes it even better? The integrated GoPro® mount that allows you to easily affix and remove your POV camera without having to use one of those valuable GoPro® stick-on mounts. With adjustable ventilation to keep your dome cool, the low-profile Edit helmet will keep you safe while sticking your neck out to get the perfect shot.

Snowshack.com

The Giro Edition snow helmet is designed for the refined rider. Detailed with rich leather and sleek carbon fiber, the Giro Edition snow helmet delivers upscale style. Clean lines and an updated intake-port vent system give you performance. Giro's unsurpassed fit keeps you comfortable, so you can enjoy long days on the mountain.


Backcountry.com

Sleek carbon fiber, rich leather, quilted satin, and a sophisticated, adjustable ventilation system that cools you down and prevents goggle-fog: it's always a first-class ride with the high-performance Giro Edition Helmet. With its in-mold construction and Super Fit engineering, this is a bomber brain bucket, but with the kind of classy comfort that's right at home in a B-Star bird.

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Audio:Audio Compatible
Audio Compatible:Compatible with all aftermarket Giro audio systems
Brim/Visor:Yes
Category:Half Shell
Certifications:ASTM F2040-11 / CE EN1077
Construction:In-Mold Construction
Custom Fit Adjustment:Yes
Fit System:Roc Loc 5
In Form Sizes:S (52-55.5cm), M (55.5 – 59cm), L (59 – 62.5cm)
Lining:X-Static® Anti-Bacterial Padding
Model #:7022919
Product code:2033704
Race:No
Shell Construction:In Mold
Special Features:Super Fit Engineered
Ventilation:Stack Ventilation
Warranty:Lifetime
Weight:375 G
Year Round Capable:No
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Great Helmet

Great Helmet.... Don't even know you have one on.... For those who use GoPro cameras, the built in mounting bracket is great. Don't have to worry about the camera falling off because of the adhesive strip coming loose...
Nebraska Skier.... at Skis.com on 02/02/2014