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.