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Helmets Giro Foray - 1093786 by Giro

Item description: This Other Giro product is by Giro - Protections Helmets Giro Foray. SLEEK AND STYLISH. The Foray drafts off the bold design language of our premium Synthe helmet, and offers many of our best features including durable In-Mold Construction and the Roc Loc 5 fit system with two-way fit adjustment. The slim design is very light, offers impressive ventilation and is available in three Super Fit sizes so that you can get a helmet that looks, fits and feels like it was made for you. Features:- Streamlined Design - Plush interior - In-mold polycarbonate shell with EPS Liner - Roc Loc 5 - 21 Vents Technology:- ROC LOC 5: After more than two-years of development, Giro introduces Roc Loc 5. This groundbreaking fit system provides an entirely unique user experience with an unmatched level of comfort, stability, adjustability and weight savings. With Roc Loc 5, you can easily dial-in both fit tension and adjust vertical position with a single hand. Just twist the dial for a tighter feel on rough terrain, then back it off a notch an... Learn More

Manufacturer: Giro

Keywords: Cycling

Category: Giro

$58.45

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