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Though the cool air ushered through its 19 vents and internal air channels may suggest otherwise, Giro's Ash Helmet isn't designed for racers. Or rather, it isn't designed only for racers. A cursory glance at its profile tells us that the Ash closely resembles either a more ventilated Air Attack helmet or a less spiky Aeon helmet. Scott Allen of Giro Advanced Concepts corroborates this opinion, noting that he basically took the Aeon's design and straightened every line, flattened every curve and wisp, and reduced its Byzantine landscape to the simplest form. So while it's fit for riding for training and competition, the elegantly understated Ash is also unassuming enough to avoid drawing extra attention while waiting at a stoplight on your morning commute. It achieves what seems impossible in cycling these days: a design that's both simple and smart. Like its flashier siblings, the Ash's body consists of an EPS foam layer melded with a polycarbonate shell via Giro's In-Mold construction method. This produces a stronger helmet, an attribute further boosted by the internal reinforcement of Giro's nylon roll cage. The combined effect is a helmet that diffuses impact without shattering, keeping as much material as possible between your head and potential harm. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system governs the Ash's fit, keeping things tailored but comfortable for an unrestrictive fit that won't bounce around uselessly in your time of need. The Ash's penchant for comfort extends to the new Ultrasuede lining and chin pad and a removable visor for shade from the sun or shelter from the rain.
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The Atmos II Cycling Helmet by Giro provides legendary performance, style and comfort. It utilizes Giro's own Thermoformed SL Roll Cage reinforcement, a breakthrough in helmet architecture that allows greater ventilation without compromising a helmet's integrity. The compact shape offers matchless style, and features the sure feel of a Roc Loc 5 system that cradles your head comfortably and securely. It's no wonder the Atmos II continues to be a favorite with road, XC and cyclocross riders worldwide. The Thermoformed SL Roll Cage is an ultra light polycarbonate skeleton fused into a helmet's impact-absorbing foam liner; visible on the bridges between vents, this layer of armor acts like a second shell, enhancing structural support, impact dispersion and penetration resistance while allowing Giro to carve the biggest vents possible without compromising the helmet's strength or integrity Features In-Mold construction which is a process that permanently fuses a light-yet-durable outer shell with the helmet's impact-absorbing EPS foam liner, enhancing the strength of both parts; this fusion process reinforces areas around vents and ribs, creating a one-piece exoskeleton that allows the helmet to be lighter, more durable, and better ventilated than helmets with shells that are fastened or adhered to the liner The Roc Loc 5 system provides comfort, stability, adjustability and weight savings; in addition to enhancing the fit and comfort of helmets, the Roc Loc 5 allows you to easily custom tune the fit tension and the fore-aft tilt of the helmet in seconds using a single hand, and it's lighter than comparable systems too, making it the ultimate in skull-hugging luxury Giro's proprietary Wind Tunnel Ventilation System combines 26 vents in the shell with exhaust channels within the belly of the helmet leading to the rear, providing optimal ventilation Weight: 6.7 oz/190 g Sizes: S) 20-21.75/51-55 cm; M) 21.75-23.25/55-59 cm; L) 23.25-24.75/59-63 cm
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Though the cool air ushered through its 19 vents and internal air channels may suggest otherwise, Giro's Ash Helmet isn't designed for racers. Or rather, it isn't designed only for racers. A cursory glance at its profile tells us that the Ash closely resembles either a more ventilated Air Attack helmet or a less spiky Aeon helmet. Scott Allen of Giro Advanced Concepts corroborates this opinion, noting that he basically took the Aeon's design and straightened every line, flattened every curve and wisp, and reduced its Byzantine landscape to the simplest form. So while it's fit for riding for training and competition, the elegantly understated Ash is also unassuming enough to avoid drawing extra attention while waiting at a stoplight on your morning commute. It achieves what seems impossible in cycling these days: a design that's both simple and smart. Like its flashier siblings, the Ash's body consists of an EPS foam layer melded with a polycarbonate shell via Giro's In-Mold construction method. This produces a stronger helmet, an attribute further boosted by the internal reinforcement of Giro's nylon roll cage. The combined effect is a helmet that diffuses impact without shattering, keeping as much material as possible between your head and potential harm. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system governs the Ash's fit, keeping things tailored but comfortable for an unrestrictive fit that won't bounce around uselessly in your time of need. The Ash's penchant for comfort extends to the new Ultrasuede lining and chin pad and a removable visor for shade from the sun or shelter from the rain.
$175 Go to
Backcountry.com
Though the cool air ushered through its 19 vents and internal air channels may suggest otherwise, Giro's Ash Helmet isn't designed for racers. Or rather, it isn't designed only for racers. A cursory glance at its profile tells us that the Ash closely resembles either a more ventilated Air Attack helmet or a less spiky Aeon helmet. Scott Allen of Giro Advanced Concepts corroborates this opinion, noting that he basically took the Aeon's design and straightened every line, flattened every curve and wisp, and reduced its Byzantine landscape to the simplest form. So while it's fit for riding for training and competition, the elegantly understated Ash is also unassuming enough to avoid drawing extra attention while waiting at a stoplight on your morning commute. It achieves what seems impossible in cycling these days: a design that's both simple and smart. Like its flashier siblings, the Ash's body consists of an EPS foam layer melded with a polycarbonate shell via Giro's In-Mold construction method. This produces a stronger helmet, an attribute further boosted by the internal reinforcement of Giro's nylon roll cage. The combined effect is a helmet that diffuses impact without shattering, keeping as much material as possible between your head and potential harm. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system governs the Ash's fit, keeping things tailored but comfortable for an unrestrictive fit that won't bounce around uselessly in your time of need. The Ash's penchant for comfort extends to the new Ultrasuede lining and chin pad and a removable visor for shade from the sun or shelter from the rain.
$175 Go to
Backcountry.com
The Atmos II Cycling Helmet by Giro provides legendary performance, style and comfort. It utilizes Giro's own Thermoformed SL Roll Cage reinforcement, a breakthrough in helmet architecture that allows greater ventilation without compromising a helmet's integrity. The compact shape offers matchless style, and features the sure feel of a Roc Loc 5 system that cradles your head comfortably and securely. It's no wonder the Atmos II continues to be a favorite with road, XC and cyclocross riders worldwide. The Thermoformed SL Roll Cage is an ultra light polycarbonate skeleton fused into a helmet's impact-absorbing foam liner; visible on the bridges between vents, this layer of armor acts like a second shell, enhancing structural support, impact dispersion and penetration resistance while allowing Giro to carve the biggest vents possible without compromising the helmet's strength or integrity Features In-Mold construction which is a process that permanently fuses a light-yet-durable outer shell with the helmet's impact-absorbing EPS foam liner, enhancing the strength of both parts; this fusion process reinforces areas around vents and ribs, creating a one-piece exoskeleton that allows the helmet to be lighter, more durable, and better ventilated than helmets with shells that are fastened or adhered to the liner The Roc Loc 5 system provides comfort, stability, adjustability and weight savings; in addition to enhancing the fit and comfort of helmets, the Roc Loc 5 allows you to easily custom tune the fit tension and the fore-aft tilt of the helmet in seconds using a single hand, and it's lighter than comparable systems too, making it the ultimate in skull-hugging luxury Giro's proprietary Wind Tunnel Ventilation System combines 26 vents in the shell with exhaust channels within the belly of the helmet leading to the rear, providing optimal ventilation Weight: 6.7 oz/190 g Sizes: S) 20-21.75/51-55 cm; M) 21.75-23.25/55-59 cm; L) 23.25-24.75/59-63 cm
$126 Go to
Campmor
Though the cool air ushered through its 19 vents and internal air channels may suggest otherwise, Giro's Ash Helmet isn't designed for racers. Or rather, it isn't designed only for racers. A cursory glance at its profile tells us that the Ash closely resembles either a more ventilated Air Attack helmet or a less spiky Aeon helmet. Scott Allen of Giro Advanced Concepts corroborates this opinion, noting that he basically took the Aeon's design and straightened every line, flattened every curve and wisp, and reduced its Byzantine landscape to the simplest form. So while it's fit for riding for training and competition, the elegantly understated Ash is also unassuming enough to avoid drawing extra attention while waiting at a stoplight on your morning commute. It achieves what seems impossible in cycling these days: a design that's both simple and smart. Like its flashier siblings, the Ash's body consists of an EPS foam layer melded with a polycarbonate shell via Giro's In-Mold construction method. This produces a stronger helmet, an attribute further boosted by the internal reinforcement of Giro's nylon roll cage. The combined effect is a helmet that diffuses impact without shattering, keeping as much material as possible between your head and potential harm. Giro's Roc Loc Air fit system governs the Ash's fit, keeping things tailored but comfortable for an unrestrictive fit that won't bounce around uselessly in your time of need. The Ash's penchant for comfort extends to the new Ultrasuede lining and chin pad and a removable visor for shade from the sun or shelter from the rain.
$175 Go to
Backcountry.com