Goggle and Glasses Compatibility
I didn’t have any problems with wearing sunglasses, and they fit just fine, though some pairs with long arms might have minor interface issues with the retention system. When using goggles, I found that my Ryders hit the corners of the helmet just below the visor, and this caused some fitting issues. This might not be the case with all goggles, so it might just be a brand specific problem?
Extras, Weight and Value
At 352 grams, it’s decently light for an All Mountain helmet, and I never really noticed the weight on my head. The $75 price is very competitive, and the well-made Giro product and In-Form retention system make for a value-oriented package.
The Giro Feature provides an excellent wrap around design with deep rear coverage, which offers great stability and security. The helmet is comfortable, decently padded and their In-Form retention system offers lots of adjustability for any head size or shape. The 12 vents provide decent air movement for an All Mountain helmet, though still not on par with a open port design of a cross country helmet. The $75 price point, deep wrap around head coverage and functional retention system, make for an exceptional value.
- Price: $75.00
- Measured Weight: 352 grams (size large); 327 grams (size med)
- Number of Vents: 12
- Visor: Adjustable
- Retention System: In-Form System
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