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Shell construction: In-mold shell construction which fuses the polycarbonate outer shell with the helmets impact absorbing foam liner for extra durability without excess weight.
In-Form Fit: Normally found only in Giro's top models, this headband adjustment allows you to dial in a comfortable fit and allows you to adjust for a headliner.
Liner: Uses a comfortable EPS liner for a comfortable fit.
Chin strap: Adjustable and padded with snap clip.
Earpads: The earpads are not removable and do not accept Giro's Tune-ups for audio. What do you expect at this price?
Ventilation: 8 passive vents allow great ventilation so you don't sweat and can be comfortable.
Goggle vent: The front vent directs the forward airflow down into the goggle to help with fog free vision.
Goggle notch: Built into the shell to keep the goggle strap in place along with a durable, easy to use rear goggle clip.
Safety: The Bevel helmet conforms to all ASTM F2040 and CE prEN1077 approved standards. Giro didn't cut any corners here.
Rated 4 out of
Comfortable and DurableI have this and a marker helmet as well. This helmet is better for downhill than the marker, as the marker is clunkier and makes me feel a bit like a tank-operator. The Giro is lighter, just as warm, and the lip of the helmet is a bit lower which makes a better goggle rest. Not a huge fan of the audio compatibility in this helmet. Some specs say it can, others say it can't. Truth is, it can. But I'd just get some cheap wireless headphones, they'll serve you better than having the speakers in the ear pads. Other than that its a solid helmet, readily adjustable.