Giro Shiv-2 Helmet

Priced: $35.98 - $99.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Giro Shiv-2 Helmet
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Campsaver.com $35.98
62% off
Regularly: $89.95
Evo $51.90
45% off
Regularly: $94.97
Skis.com (2013)
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$59.91
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Regularly: $100.00
Snowboards.net $59.91
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Berg's Ski Shop $85.00
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Giro Shiv-2 Helmet -

The Giro Shiv 2 taps into the clean, utilitarian shape of skate buckets from years ago, but brings some stealthy tech to the table. In Mold construction keeps it super light and very cool and Giro's interior subliner lets you run your goggle inside your lid. Plus the Shiv 2 boasts an all new updated fit with a removable padding system. Throw in the fact that it is compatible with all after market TuneUps systems so you can jam to your favorite tunes while flying down the mountain. The 8 Super Cool Vents with Weatherstrip vent shields allow you to regulate the amount of air that flows into the helmet. No more losing sleep as the Shiv 2 is CE EN 1077 compliant which ensures your dome will be protected as long as you are wearing the Shiv 2 from Giro.

Fabric:

  • In-mold polycarbonate microshell construction fuses exterior with impact-absorbing foam liner, for balanced, low-profile, and lightweight strength

Fit:

  • Fit Kit

Ventilation:

  • 8 Super Cool vents let the fresh air cool you off; Weatherstrip Vent Shield seals them off on superchilly days

Features:

  • Compatible with all after market TuneUps Systems
Backcountry.com

Cool, clean looks, super fit, and essential protection. The Giro Shiv 2 Helmet is no-nonsense for those wanting to protect their heads, but with style and versatility for your snow-shredding pleasure. In-mold construction is superlight and strong, and vents keep you cool. Make them think you're all about function while flashing them all-hill hotness.


Campsaver.com

The Giro Shiv taps into the clean, utilitarian shape of classic skate style helmets–but brings serious tech to the table. The In-Mold Construction keeps it ultra light, while the removable neckroll and beanie-compatible interior Subliner lets you run your setup any way you like.


Evo
The Giro Shiv 2 Helmet sticks it in the ribs of old-school skate buckets with a host of technical improvements that make it lighter, cooler and safer. This thing looks like your old hard shell street lid but it's made with In-Mold construction for lightness and features 8 big Super Cool™ vents with Weatherstrip™ shields.

Berg's Ski Shop
The Shiv taps into the clean, utilitarian shape of skate buckets from years ago, but brings some stealthy tech to the table. In Mold construction keeps it super light and our interior subliner lets you run your goggles inside our lid. The Shiv is the choice for almost our entire snow team.
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Audio:Audio Compatible
Brim/Visor:No
Category:Half Shell
Certifications:CE EN 1077
Custom Fit Adjustment:Yes
Helmet Features:Goggle Compatible, Vents
Material:Polycarbonate Shell
Model #:2033803
Race:No
Shell Construction:In Mold
Special Features:Super Fit Engineered
Ventilation:Adjustable
Warranty:Lifetime
Weight:1 lb 15 oz / 885 g
Year Round Capable:No
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Giro Shiv-2 Helmet Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Good lookin Lid

No adjustment for growing teen . Fits this year...Next year???
CCteleDAD at Skis.com on 12/12/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Lookin Good

Not for a growing teen. Fits and is comfortable this year...NEXT?year not so shure??
teleskidad at Skis.com on 12/12/2013