Giro Phase Helmet
The Giro Phase Bike Helmet features tons of venting to keep your melon cool during those mid-summer rides that you regret letting yourself get talked into. It's kind of nice to drop those spandex-clad über-climber bike-shop buddies that talked you into coming, though. It looks like they could have saved the $300 that they spent on their helmets for a helmet like yours that actually vents.
- Acu-Dial fit system for a custom fit
- 27 oversized vents keep the air flowing
- Snap-fit 2 visor keeps sun and debris from getting into your eyes
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Nice, comfortable and light helmet.
February 3, 2011
Aight, this is my first real mountain bike helmet, but I'm going to review it. I have a gigantic head, like I wear a size 7 5/8 hat, but this helmet fits me perfectly. I also was astonished by how light it is. It literally weighs less than a newspaper. And it just looks awesome. It's a great helmet, if your hesitant, don't be. It's fully worth it.
great fit and good look
July 26, 2009
tried on a number of lids at local store. most made my head look like a muffin top. retention cinch in back holds lid in place during bumps and drops where you do not want to have it cover your eyes. glad i bought it.
Dig the Giro Phase Helmet
July 20, 2009
I have a big awkward head. This is one of the few helmets I found that is adjustable and makes my odd noggin' just about bulletproof when riding. I chose this helmet over a few others because of the great coverage in the back of the head. It does weigh a little more than similarly priced helmets in this category, but a few extra grams of helmet for more coverage is a small price to pay when you fly over the handle bars.